Question 1. Which of the following best describes the mapping between VLANs and IP subnets in a modern switched network?
One VLAN to many IP subnets
One IP subnet to one VLAN
One IP subnet to many VLANs
Varies with the model of Cisco Catalyst switch
Question 2. Which of following VLAN frame encapsulation types are configurable on a Cisco switch?
None of the above
Question 3. Which of the following depicts a VTP domain?
Switches share VLAN information; the boundary is defined by a Layer 3 device.
It can only create, delete, and modify local VLANs.
It advertises VLAN configuration information and can create, delete, and modify VLANs.
It restricts broadcast traffic to those trunks that must be used to reach the destination devices.
Question 4. A _____ stores VLAN information only in RAM.
Question 5. Which VTP mode should a Cisco switch be set to if this switch is to add or delete VLANs to a management domain?
Question 6. Which of the following is the closest to the root bridge?
Spanning Tree Protocol
Question 7. What is the time spent in the listening and learning states called?
Question 8. The time between each BPDU sent on a port is called which of the following?
Question 9. A term for when the port is administratively shut down is _____.
Question 10. In the _____ state, the MAC address table is built but does forward user data frames.
Question 11. Which contains a priority value and the MAC address?
Bridge protocol data unit
Question 12. VLAN is a logical group of ports, usually belonging to _____ to control the size of the broadcast domain.
a single IP subnet
multiple IP subnets
either a single IP subnet or to multiple IP subnets
none of the above
Question 13. Which command is used to determine whether inter-VLAN communication is functioning?
Question 14. Inter-VLAN routing _____ additional subnet broadcast addresses.
does not require
none of the above
Question 15. How many physical interfaces are required to perform inter-VLAN routing with traditional inter-VLAN routing?
One port per VLAN
Two ports per VLAN
Four ports per VLAN
No physical interface per VLAN.