A terminal emulation protocol that supports remote console connections with various network devices
A protocol created by IBM that makes it easier for mainframes to connect to remote offices
A protocol responsible for transporting electronic mail on TCP/IP networks and the Internet
A protocol that controls the rate at which data is sent to another computer
A protocol that exchanges network management information between a network device and a management console
A protocol that conducts a test of the path through which a packet travels from source to destination
PDU #1 is a frame.
PDU #2 is an application layer PDU
PDU #3 is a segment.
PDU #4 is a transport layer PDU.
The order in which these PDUs are created during the encapsulation process is 3, 4, 1, 2.
The order in which these PDUs are created during the encapsulation process is 2, 1, 4, 3.
Data transport reliability
Best path determination
Establishing, maintaining, and terminating virtual circuits
Encapsulation of packets in a data frame with source and destination MAC addresses
Best-effort datagram delivery
Improper placement of enterprise level servers
Addition of hosts to a physical segment
Replacement of hubs with workgroup switches
Increasing use of bandwidth intensive network applications
Creation of new collision domains without first adding network hosts
Migration to full-duplex Ethernet within the LAN
Spanning Tree Protocol
Time to Live
Split Horizon Protocol
Routing Information Protocol
One broadcast domain
Three broadcast domains
Three collision domains
Five broadcast domains
Nine collision domains
Ten collision domains
FA 0/1 on SW_1 needs to be assigned to VLAN 20.
FA 0/1 on SW_2 needs to be assigned to VLAN 20
VTP is not working properly between SW_1 and SW_2.
Interfaces FA0/1 on SW_1 and SW_2 need to be configured as trunk ports.
Interfaces FA0/3 on both switches need to be configured as access ports.
The management VLAN is VLAN 99.
The only VLAN that can be applied to switch ports is VLAN 99.
The only VLANs that can be applied to switch ports are VLANs 1 and 99.
The switch will only be able to forward frames for hosts on the 10.99.0.0 network.
The Spanning Tree Protocol has been disabled on one switch.
The Spanning Tree Protocol has been disabled on both switches.
The IEEE 802.1Q trunking port has a speed mismatch on one of the switches.
The SwA port is configured as a trunk port and the SwB port is configured as an access port.
The SwA port has IEEE 802.1Q trunking enabled and the SwB port has ISL trunking enabled.
Because there is a cabling problem on VLAN 99
Because VLAN 99 is not a valid management VLAN
Because VLAN 1 is up and there can only be one management VLAN on the switch
Because VLAN 99 needs to be entered as a VLAN under an interface before it can become an active interface
Because the VLAN 99 has not been manually entered into the VLAN database with the vlan 99 command
RT_1(config)# trunk encapsulation dot1q
RT_1(config-subif)# encapsulation dot1q 10
RT_1(config-subif)# encapsulation negotiate
RT_1(config-subif)# encapsulation 802.1q
RT_1(config)# vlan encapsulation dot1q
SW_1 FastEthernet interface 0/24 is not a trunk port.
The RT_1 FastEthernet 0/1.10 is not configured for VLANs.
The FastEthernet port 0/1 on SW_1 is configured for VLAN 20.
The management VLAN does not have an IP address assigned to the same VLAN.
The IP address of computer A is incorrect.
All hosts are in one collision domain
All hosts are in one broadcast domain.
A router is required for communication between VLANs.
The hosts are in separate broadcast domains.
The management VLAN has not been assigned an IP address.
SW1 will become the root bridge.
SW2 will become the root bridge.
SW2 will get a port blocked.
SW4 will get a port blocked.
SW3 will become the root bridge.
SW4 will become the root bridge.
Prevents Layer 2 loops
Prevents routing loops on a router
Creates smaller collision domains
Creates smaller broadcast domains
Allows Cisco devices to exchange routing table updates
Ports are manually configured to be in the forwarding state.
Ports listen and learn before going into the forwarding state.
Ports must be blocked before they can be placed in the disabled state.
It takes 15 seconds for a port to go from blocking to forwarding.
A useable host address
A broadcast address
A network address
A multicast address
A public address