Support for limited growth
Support for critical applications
Support for distributed administrative control
Support for 90 percent reliability
Support for converged network traffic
The installation of only enterprise class equipment throughout the network
The configuration of all access layer devices to share a single gateway
The reduction in the number of redundant devices and connections in the network core
The deployment of distribution later switches in pairs and the division of access layer switch connections between them
Immediately replace a non-functioning module, service or device on a network
Continually purchase backup equipment for the network
Implement STP portfast between the switches on the network
Add alternate physical paths for data to traverse the networks
The use of a collapsed core design
The use of the building switch block approach
The installation of redundant power supplies
The purchase of enterprise equipment that is designed for large traffic volume
PC_3 and AP_2
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S1 and S4
Decreased number of critical points of failure
Increased bandwidth availability
Increased network management options
Multiple physical interfaces can be combined into a single EtherChannel interface.
Redundant paths can be available without causing logical Layer 2 loops.
Network access can be expanded to support both wired and wireless devices.
Faster convergence is available for advanced routing protocols.
Redundant power supplies
Aggregating physical ports into a single logical interface
Providing user authentication and authorization
Protecting data traffic in the event of a failed circuit
Forwarding of IP packets independent of the CPU
They promote infrastructure scalability, operational continuity, and transport flexibility.
They are cloud-managed access switches that enable virtual stacking of switches.
They are campus LAN switches that perform the same functions as Cisco 2960 switches.
They are service provider switches that aggregate traffic at the edge of the network.
To enable virtual stacking of switches to provide cloud-managed access
On a service provider network to promote integrated security, and simplified management
On a data center network to provide expansion and transport flexibility
On a campus LAN network as access layer switches
They do not support an active switched virtual interface (SVI) with IOS versions prior to 15.x.
They are best used as distribution layer switches.
They are modular switches.
New Cisco Catalyst 2960-C switches support PoE pass-through.
Broadcast traffic containment
Power over Ethernet
Speed of convergence
It connects multiple IP networks
It determines the best path to send packets
It controls the flow of data via the use of Layer 2 addresses
It manages the VLAN database
It increases the size of the broadcast domain
A Layer 3 switch
A PoE device
Another fixed configuration router
A modular router
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Show vlan brief
Show vlan summary
It uses a terminal emulation client.
It is used for initial configuration or when a network connection is unavailable.
It is used to monitor and make configuration changes to a network device over a network connection.
It uses a direct connection to a console or AUX port.
A direct connection to the console port
A direct connection to the auxiliary port
At least one network interface that is connected and operational
A terminal emulation client
Telnet, SSH, or HTTP access to the device
The configured routing protocols and the networks that the router is advertising
Interfaces with line (protocol) status and I/O statistics
Interface information, including whether an ACL is enabled on the interface
The routed protocol that is enabled and the protocol status of interfaces
At least one operational network interface on the Cisco device
Terminal emulation client
They provide power to devices such as IP phones and wireless access points through Ethernet ports.
They streamline forwarding of IP packets in a multilayer switch by bypassing the CPU.
They prevent Layer 2 loops by disabling redundant links between switches.
They aggregate multiple physical switch ports into a single logical port.
Allows switches, phones, and wireless access points to receive power over existing Ethernet cables from an upstream switch
Allows a switch to disable redundant Layer 2 paths in the topology to prevent Layer 2 loops
Allows multiple physical switch ports to be aggregated together and act as a single logical link to increase bandwidth on trunk links
Allows a multilayer switch to forward IP packets at a rate close to that of Layer 2 switching by bypassing the CPU