ICND Part 2 Vol 1 Module 2
A trunk to connect the switches
A router to connect the switches
A bridge to connect the switches
A VLAN configured between the switches
To allow switches to share a trunk link with nontrunking clients
To allow clients to see the 802.1Q header
To provide inter-VLAN communications over a bridge
To load-balance traffic between parallel links using STP
To provide trunking between Cisco switches and other vendor switches
Allows trunking to provide redundancy
Minimizes redundancy on a switched network
Allows you to run several VLANs over a single trunk
D) minimizes misconfigurations and configuration inconsistencies
Vtp mode trunk on
Vtp mode transparent
Vtp domain switchlab
Vtp domain switchlab transparent
VTP domain parameters
VMPS server configuration parameters
Which ports are configured as trunks
Names of the VLANs and the ports assigned to the VLANs
Show spantree config
On a switch in VTP server mode
On every switch in VTP client mode
On a switch in VTP transparent mode
On every switch, regardless of VTP mode
Show vtp status
Frames with a known destination address
Frames with an unknown destination address
When the network topology changes
When the forward delay timer expires
When an administrator specifies a recalculation
When a new BPDU is not received within the forward delay
by placing all ports in the blocking state
by placing all bridges in the blocking state
by placing some ports in the blocking state
by placing some bridges in the blocking state
Lowest-cost path to the root bridge
Highest-cost path to the root bridge
Lowest-cost path to the closest nonroot bridge
Highest-cost path to the closest nonroot bridge
The port is able to check for BPDUs and populate the MAC table.
The port is able to check for BPDUs, but not yet populate its MAC table.
The port is able to populate its MAC table, but not yet forward user frames.
The port is able to forward user frames, but not yet populate its MAC table.
Bridge with the lowest priority
Bridge with the highest bridge ID
A BPDU is not received within two seconds.
Device does not respond to a handshake message.
The maxage timer has expired without receiving a BPDU.
A device does not respond quickly enough to a handshake request.
Size of the network
Speed of convergence
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