Which would not be one of the characteristics of a typical


Question 1. _____ control(s) which end devices are allowed to communicate on the network.

The access layer

Business goals

Collapsed core

Convergence

Question 2. _____ will determine the design requirements for a network.

Business goals

Personal preference

Location

None of the above

Question 3. Which of the following illustrates properly designed hierarchical networks that achieve near-wire speed among all devices?

Collapsed core

Convergence

The core layer

Performance

Question 4. Startup configuration is stored in ________.

ROM

PRAM

NVRAM

Flash

Question 5. The average amount of data that is actually transmitted as opposed to the rating of the port is _____.

source MAC address

switch fabric

throughput

unicast transmission

Question 6. _____ is a Layer 2 identifier for the frame's originating NIC or interface.

Propagation delay

Source MAC address

Switch fabric

Throughput

Question 7. _____ is a dedicated connection between two hosts.

Half-duplex communication

Latency

Microsegment

Multicast transmission

Question 8. A _____ is a frame that is sent from one host and addressed to one specific destination.

source MAC address

switch fabric

throughput

unicast transmission

Question 9. Extended-range VLANs are identified by a VLAN ID between which of the following ranges?

1,000-9,000

1,006-4,094

1,006-2,094

1,000-4,094

Question 10. A _____ VLAN is a VLAN that is configured to carry only user-generated traffic. These VLANs are sometimes referred to as user VLANs.

data

default

native

none of the above

Question 11. Which VLANs are allowed over the link when a new trunk link is configured on an IOS-based switch?

All defined VLANs are allowed on the trunk by default.

Each VLAN, or VLAN range, that is specified with the switchport mode command

Each VLAN, or VLAN range, that is specified with the vtp domain command

Each VLAN, or VLAN range, that is specified with the VLAN database command

Question 12. Which would not be one of the characteristics of a typical VLAN?

VLANs logically divide a switch into multiple, independent switches at Layer 2.

Trunk links can carry traffic for multiple VLANs.

VLAN implementation significantly increases traffic due to added trunking information.

A VLAN can span multiple switches.

Question 13. Which of the following configures the port to negotiate a trunk?

Switchport mode trunk

Switchport mode dynamic desirable

Switchport nonegotiate

Switchport mode access

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