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CCNA 3 - Module 4

1. Refer to the exhibit. The switches in the exhibit are connected with trunks within
the same VTP management domain. Each switch is labeled with its VTP mode. A
new VLAN is added to witch!. This VLAN does not show u" on the other switches.
#hat is the reason for this$
% VLANs cannot be created on trans"arent mode switches.
% Trans"arent mode switches do not forward VTP ad&ertisements.
% VLANs created on trans"arent mode switches are not included in VTP
% er&er mode switches neither listen to nor forward VTP messages from
trans"arent mode switches.
'. #hich two statements are true about the im"lementation of VTP$ ()hoose two.*
% witches must be connected &ia trunks.
% The VTP domain name is case sensiti&e.
% Trans"arent mode switches cannot be configured with new VLANs.
% The VTP "assword is mandator+ and case sensiti&e.
% witches that use VTP must ha&e the same switch name.
!. #hich two statements describe VTP trans"arent mode o"eration$ ()hoose two.*
% Trans"arent mode switches can create VLAN management information.
% Trans"arent mode switches can add VLANs of local significance onl+.
% Trans"arent mode switches "ass an+ VLAN management information that the+
recei&e to other switches.
% Trans"arent mode switches can ado"t VLAN management changes that are
recei&ed from other switches.
% Trans"arent mode switches originate u"dates about the status of their VLAN
and inform other switches about that status.
,. #hich three VTP "arameters must be identical on all switches to "artici"ate in
the same VTP domain$ ()hoose three.*
% re&ision number
% domain name
% "runing
% mode
% domain "assword
% &ersion number
-. #hat causes a VTP configured switch to issue a summar+ ad&ertisement$
% A fi&e%minute u"date timer has ela"sed.
% A "ort on the switch has been shutdown.
% The switch is changed to the trans"arent mode.
% A new host has been attached to a switch in the management domain.
.. Refer to the exhibit. witches #1 and #' are interconnected &ia a trunk link
but failed to exchange VLAN information. The network administrator issued the
show &t" status command to troubleshoot the "roblem. /n the basis of the
"ro&ided command out"ut0 what could be done to correct the "roblem$
% witch #' must be configured as a VTP client.
% The switches must be interconnected &ia an access link.
% The switches must be configured with the same VTP domain name.
% 1oth switches must be configured with the same VTP re&ision number.
2. Refer to the exhibit. #hich two facts can be confirmed b+ this out"ut$ ()hoose
% 3f this switch is added to an established network0 the other VTP%enabled switches
in the same VTP domain will consider their own VLAN information to be more
recent than the VLAN information ad&ertised b+ this switch.
% This switch shows no configuration re&ision errors.
% This switch has established two%wa+ communication with the neighboring
% This switch is configured to ad&ertise its VLAN configuration to other VTP%
enabled switches in the same VTP domain.
% This switch is configured to allows the network manager to maximi4e bandwidth
b+ restricting traffic to s"ecific network de&ices.
5. Refer to the exhibit. witch 1 is in VTP ser&er mode. witches ' and ! are in
client mode. An administrator accidentall+ disconnects the cable from 6781 on '.
#hat will the effect be on '$
% ' will automaticall+ transition to VTP trans"arent mode.
% ' will remo&e all VLANs from the VLAN database until the cable is reconnected.
% ' will retain the VLANs as of the latest known re&ision0 but will lose the VLANs if
it is reloaded.
% ' will automaticall+ send a VTP re9uest ad&ertisement to 12'.12.::.11 when the
cable is reconnected.
:. Refer to the exhibit. #hat information can be learned from the out"ut "ro&ided$
% 3t &erifies the configured VTP "assword.
% 3t &erifies the VTP domain is configured to use VTP &ersion '.
% 3t &erifies VTP ad&ertisements are being exchanged.
% 3t &erifies the VTP domain name is V1.
17. ;ow are VTP messages sent between switches in a domain$
% La+er ' broadcast
% La+er ' multicast
% La+er ' unicast
% La+er ! broadcast
% La+er ! multicast
% La+er ! unicast
11. #hat statement describes the default "ro"agation of VLANs on a trunked link$
% onl+ VLAN 1
% all VLANs
% no VLANs
% the nati&e VLAN
1'. #hich two statements are true about VTP "runing$ ()hoose two.*
% Pruning is enabled b+ default.
% Pruning can onl+ be configured on VTP ser&ers.
% Pruning must be configured on all VTP ser&ers in the domain.
% VLANs on VTP client%mode switches will not be "runed.
% Pruning will "re&ent unnecessar+ flooding of broadcasts across trunks.
1!. #hat does a client mode switch in a VTP management domain do when it
recei&es a summar+ ad&ertisement with a re&ision number higher than its current
re&ision number$
% 3t sus"ends forwarding until a subset ad&ertisement u"date arri&es.
% 3t issues an ad&ertisement re9uest for new VLAN information.
% 3t increments the re&ision number and forwards it to other switches.
% 3t deletes the VLANs not included in the summar+ ad&ertisement.
% 3t issues summar+ ad&ertisements to ad&ise other switches of status changes.
1,. Refer to the exhibit. All switches in the network "artici"ate in the same VTP
domain. #hat ha""ens when the new switch #' with a default configuration and
re&ision number of 7 is inserted in the existing VTP domain Lab<Network$
% The switch o"erates as a VTP client.
% The switch o"erates in VTP trans"arent mode.
% The switch o"erates as a VTP ser&er and deletes the existing VLAN configuration
in the domain.
% The switch o"erates as a VTP ser&er0 but does not im"act the existing VLAN
configuration in the domain.
% The switch o"erates as a VTP ser&er in the default VTP domain and does not
affect the configuration in the existing VTP domain.
1-. #hat are two features of VTP client mode o"eration$ ()hoose two.*
% unable to add VLANs
% can add VLANs of local significance
% forward broadcasts out all "orts with no res"ect to VLAN information
% can onl+ "ass VLAN management information without ado"ting changes
% can forward VLAN information to other switches in the same VTP domain
1.. Refer to the exhibit. ' was "re&iousl+ used in a lab en&ironment and has been
added to the "roduction network in ser&er mode. The lab and "roduction networks
use the same VTP domain name0 so the network administrator made no
configuration changes to ' before adding it to the "roduction network. The lab
domain has a higher re&ision number. After ' was added to the "roduction
network0 man+ com"uters lost network connecti&it+. #hat will sol&e the "roblem$
% Reset the re&ision number on ' with either the delete VTP command or b+
changing the domain name and then changing it back.
% Re%enter all a""ro"riate VLANs0 exce"t VLAN 10 manuall+ on witch1 so that the+
"ro"agate throughout the network.
% )hange 1 to trans"arent VTP mode to reclaim all VLANs in &lan.dat and change
back to ser&er mode.
% )hange ' to client mode so the VLANs will automaticall+ "ro"agate.
12. A network administrator is re"lacing a failed switch with a switch that was
"re&iousl+ on the network. #hat "recautionar+ ste" should the administrator take
on the re"lacement switch to a&oid incorrect VLAN information from "ro"agating
through the network$
% Enable VTP "runing.
% )hange the VTP domain name.
% )hange the VTP mode to client.
% )hange all the interfaces on the switch to access "orts.
15. Refer to the exhibit. witch1 is not "artici"ating in the VTP management
"rocess with the other switches that are shown in the exhibit. #hat are two
"ossible ex"lanations for this$ ()hoose two.*
% witch1 is in client mode.
% witch' is in ser&er mode.
% witch' is in trans"arent mode.
% witch1 is in a different management domain.
% witch1 has end de&ices that are connected to the "orts.
% witch1 is using VTP &ersion 10 and witch' is using VTP &ersion '.
1:. Refer to the exhibit. All switches in the VTP domain are new. witch #1 is
configured as a VTP ser&er0 switches #' and #, are configured as VTP clients0
and switch #! is configured in VTP trans"arent mode. #hich switch or switches
recei&e VTP u"dates and s+nchroni4e their VLAN configuration based on those
% All switches recei&e u"dates and s+nchroni4e VLAN information.
% /nl+ switch #' recei&es u"dates and s+nchroni4es VLAN information.
% /nl+ switches #! and #, recei&e u"dates and s+nchroni4e VLAN information.
% #! and #, recei&e u"dates0 but onl+ switch #, s+nchroni4es VLAN
'7. #hich statement is true when VTP is configured on a switched network that
incor"orates VLANs$
% VTP is onl+ com"atible with the 57'.1= standard.
% VTP adds to the com"lexit+ of managing a switched network.
% VTP allows a switch to be configured to belong to more than one VTP domain.
% VTP d+namicall+ communicates VLAN changes to all switches in the same VTP