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CCNA Self-Study (ICND Exam): Extending Switched Networks with Virtual LANs

Chapter Description

Steve McQuerry discusses how VLANs operate to provide more effective networks by controlling broadcasts in your network.

Section 1 Quiz

  1. 1 Which of the following are valid Layer 2 (switchport) types?

    1. Static Access Port

    2. Trunk Port

    3. Common Spanning Tree Port

    4. Root Port

    5. Dynamic Access Port

  2. True or False: A Catalyst 2950 cannot act as a VMPS server and it cannot have ports with dynamically assigned VLANs.

  3. VLANs provide which of the following? (Choose all that apply.)

    1. Security

    2. Redundancy

    3. Segmentation

    4. Loop prevention

    5. Collision domains

    6. Flexibility

    7. All of the above

  4. How many bytes of overhead are added to a frame for 802.1Q frame tagging and ISL frame tagging?

    1. 4 bytes ISL & 30 bytes 802.1Q

    2. 8 bytes ISL & 26 bytes 802.1Q

    3. 26 bytes ISL & 4 bytes 802.1Q

    4. 30 bytes ISL & 8 bytes 802.1Q

    5. 30 bytes ISL & 4 bytes 802.1Q

    6. None. The frame tagging is performed in Hardware ASICs.

  5. Which of the following is true for VTP? (Choose the best answers.)

    1. VTP is required for proper VLAN operation.

    2. VTP eases VLAN creation for a switched network.

    3. Changes need to be made to only one VTP server in a domain.

    4. A switch in VTP transparent mode will increment its configuration revision number but will not synchronize with other switches.

    5. VTP will run only across trunk links.

    6. VTP requires a domain name to operate.

    7. The default VTP domain name for all Catalyst switches is Cisco.

    8. VTP is completely safe and will never cause problems in your network.

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