CCNA 3 --- 50-75

CCNA 3 --- 50-75

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51. Refer to the exhibit. What would happen if the network administrator moved the network cable of Host A from interface Fa0/1 to Fa0/3 on switch SW1?

Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the router is routing
traffic between VLANs.
Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, because port Fa0/3 has
been manually assigned to VLAN 30.
Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the switch provides
dynamic VLAN assignment for the port.
Host A maintains connectivity to all members of VLAN 10, because it is connected to the same physical network.
Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, but because port Fa0/3 was unused, it is now a member of VLAN 1

Refer to the exhibit. R1 is configured for traditional inter-VLAN routing. R1 can ping computer 3 but cannot ping computer 1. What is a possible cause for this failure?

S1 port Fa0/11 is in the wrong VLAN.
R1 does not have an active routing protocol.
The IP address of computer 1 is in the wrong logical network.
Router interface Fa0/0 has the wrong trunk encapsulation type configured.

53. Refer to the exhibit. What will allow a host on VLAN 40 on switch X to communicate with a host in VLAN 40 on switch Y?


54. Why is it important that the network administrator consider the spanning-tree network diameter when choosing the root bridge?

The network diameter limitation is 9.
BPDUs may be discarded because of expiring timers.
The cabling distance between the switches is 100 meters.
The network diameter must be set to the number of meters of the cable between the root bridge and its farthest connected switch.

55. In which mode is a VTP switch operating if it has been configured to only forward VTP advertisements?