Only the management VLAN
All VLANs except the extended range VLANs
All VLANs except 1 and 1002-1005
Lowest bridge ID
Highest revision number
Lowest numeric IP address
Highest numeric MAC address
The PC is set to full duplex. The switch port fails to autonegotiate the duplex setting and defaults to half duplex, which causes a duplex mismatch.
The switch traffic is exceeding available frame buffers. The result is that frames are being dropped.
The PC and the default gateway have different bandwidth Ethernet ports.
The default gateway is not on the same switch that the PC is.
It propagates VLAN configurations to other switches.
It restricts broadcast packets to a single VLAN.
It segments a network into multiple broadcast domains.
It prevents loops in a switched network with redundant paths.
Discard the frame
Forward the frame out port 2
Forward the frame out port 3
Forward the frame out all ports
Forward the frame out all ports except port 3
Add station 00-00-3D-1F-11-05 to port 2 in the forwarding table
Only computer 4
Computer 3 and RTR-A
Computer 4 and RTR-A
Computer 1, computer 2, computer 4, and RTR-A
Computer 1, computer 2, computer 3, computer 4, and RTR-A
All of the computers and the router
Configure the trunk port in a desirable mode on SW2.
Include VLAN 20 in the list of allowed VLANs on the trunk link on SW2.
Configure VLAN 1 to be the native VLAN for both networks on SW1 and SW2.
Remove VLAN 20 from the allowed VLANs on the trunk link on SW2, an action that will enable all VLANs on the trunk link.
VLAN 30 will be added to S1, S2, and S3, but not to S4.
VLAN 30 will be pruned from the VLAN database of S3.
VLAN 30 will be added to the VLAN database of S3 but will not be propagated to S4, S2 or S1.
VLAN 30 will not be added to the VLAN database of S3 and an error message will be displayed.
Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the router is routing traffic between VLANs.
Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, because port Fa0/3 has been manually assigned to VLAN 30.
Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the switch provides dynamic VLAN assignment for the port.
Host A maintains connectivity to all members of VLAN 10, because it is connected to the same physical network.
Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, but because port Fa0/3 was unused, it is now a member of VLAN 1.