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CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition Chapter 13 Solutions

Chapter 13 Solutions
Review Questions
1. The IEEE standard !".1# reco$$ends which t%pe o& '(AN identi&ication $ethod)
a. Fra$e &iltering
*. Fra$e tagging
c. Fra$e seg$enting
d. Fra$e se#uencing
2. What are the five STP port states? (Choose four).
a. Learning
b. Listener
c. Disabled
d. Forwarding
e. Listening
f. Forwarder
g. Blocking
3. B defau!t i"p!e"entin# a swit$hed networ% in$reases the nu"ber of $o!!ision do"ains.
Whi$h swit$hin# te$hno!o# a!!ows for a de$rease in the si&e of broad$ast do"ains?
a. Spannin#'Tree Proto$o!
b. Fi!terin# and forwardin#
c. irtual L!"s
d. (TP Prunin#
). The Spannin#'Tree Proto$o! was deve!oped to?
a. To prevent brid#es fro" forwardin# infor"ation out of ports that the infor"ation was re$eived.
b. To prevent routin# !oops in a routed internetwor%.
c. #o avoid loops in a bridged network with redundant paths.
d. To assist in the dep!etion of *P addresses.
+. ,hich o& the &ollowing are reasons that a *ridge port would *e placed in the
&orwarding state) -Choose all that appl%..
a. The port is on the root *ridge.
*. The port is connected to $ultiple *ridges.
c. The port is the root port.
d. The port is not working.
+. What are the three (TP "odes a swit$h $an be in?
a. Server, $!ient, virtua!.
b. Server, host, transparent.
$. Sever, host, vo!ati!e.
d. Server$ client$ transparent.
-. Whi$h state"ents are true about (TP prunin#? (Choose a!! that app!).
a. *t is enab!ed b defau!t.
b. %t is disabled b& de'ault.
c. %t is used to allow two Spanning(trees to work si)ultaneousl& on the sa)e seg)ent o'
c. %t increases available bandwidth.
$. *t in$reases the a"ount of need!ess traffi$ on a networ%.
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.. For a (L/0 to span two or "ore swit$hes, what "ust be $onfi#ured?
a. / swit$h1s dup!e2 feature.
b. / (TP "ana#e"ent do"ain.
$. / (P3S "ust be insta!!ed.
d. ! trunk connection.
4. /fter enterin# the interfa$e $onfi#uration "ode for a port on a 2456 swit$h, whi$h $o""and
wou!d assi#n the port to (L/0 76?
a. vlan-membership static 10
b. Switchport access vlan 10
$. vlan static 10
d. vlan 10 static-membership
1!. ,hich o& the &ollowing allows %ou to reorgani/e *roadcast do$ains no $atter what
the ph%sical con&iguration dictates)
a. 0outer
*. '(AN
c. 1ridge
d. Switch
11. I& %ou attach a hu* with &i2e stations into a switch port that is con&igured &or '(ANs,
how $an% di&&erent '(ANs will the de2ices on the hu*s *e in)
a. Fi2e
*. Three
c. Two
d. 3ne
1". ,hich o& the &ollowing are ad2antages o& '(ANs) -Choose all that appl%..
a. '(ANs $ake relocating de2ices easier.
*. Separate '(ANs do not re#uire routers.
c. '(ANs increase e&&ecti2e *andwidth utili/ation.
d. '(ANs restructure *roadcast do$ains.
13. ,hich o& the &ollowing is a *ene&it that routers pro2ide on the '(AN to increase
a. 4i2iding *roadcast do$ains
*. 4i2iding collision do$ains
c. Allowing &or the creation o& access lists
d. 1ridging the I5 to I56 la%er 3 protocol gap
17. ,hich o& the &ollowing are 'T5 $odes o& operation) -Choose all that appl%..
a. Client
*. Ser2er
c. Transparent
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d. Blocking
1+. ,hich co$$and would delete the '(AN data*ase on a switch)
a. delete 2lan.dat
*. delete &lash82lan.dat
c. erase &lash82lan.dat
d. erase 2lan.dat
19. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to create a 'T5 do$ain na$ed 6:;43<)
a. 'T5 6:;43< 4o$ain
*. 4o$ain 'T5 6:;43<
c. 'T5 4o$ain 6:;43<
d. Domain XYZDOM VTP
1=. ,hich state$ent is true a*out 5ortFast)
a. 5ortFast is used when %ou need to dela% the a$ount o& ti$e it takes &or a port to in the
&orwarding state.
*. 5ortFast is a2aila*le on Cisco routers onl%.
c. 5ortFast pre2ents a port &ro$ entering the &orwarding state.
d. PortFast allows a switch port to move to the orwarding state !"icker.
1. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to create '(AN " and na$e it Accounting'(AN)
a. Switch-con&ig>2lan.?'lan " na$e Accounting'lan
*. Switch-2lan.?'lan " na$e Accounting'lan
c. Switch-con&ig.?'lan " na$e Accounting'lan
d. #witch$vlan%con&g'(Vlan ) name *cco"ntingVlan
1@. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to add ports to '(ANs)
a. Switchport $ode access
*. Switchport access $ode
c. Access $ode switchport
d. Mode switchport access
"!. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to speci&% a range o& ports to add to a '(AN)
a. Inter&acerange
*. 0ange inter&ace
c. Inter&ace>range
d. +nterace range
"1. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to gi2e a description to a port on a switch)
a. Na$e
*. In&or$ation
c. 4escription
d. ,amed port
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"". ,hich co$$and allows %ou to see the spanning tree con&iguration &or '(AN 3 onl%)
a. Switch-con&ig.?show spanning>tree
*. Swithch?show spanning>tree 2lan 3
c. Switch-con&ig.?show spanning>tree 2lan 3
d. #witch(show spanning tree vlan -
"3. ,hich '(AN is the de&ault '(AN &or a switch)
a. '(AN A
*. '(AN 1
c. '(AN 1!
d. V.*, /00
"7. ,hich co$$and allows %ou to create a 'T5 do$ain na$ed 6:;43<)
a. 3"=9
*. 3"=9@
c. 1@"
d. 1023
"+. ,hich co$$and would allow %ou to $ake a switch the root *ridge &or all '(ANs
con&igured on the switch)
a. Spanning>tree 2lan " priorit% 7!@9
*. Spanning>tree priorit% 7!@9
c. Spanning>tree priorit% 1@"
d. #panning%tree priorit4 /
Case *ro+ects
Case *ro+ect 1
3oe is ri#ht. The swit$hes $an be used to $reate (L/0s, whi$h $an separate the depart"ents b
$reatin# broad$ast do"ains between the". 8p#radin# a L/0 doesn9t ne$essari! "ean buin#
routers. :outers shou!d be pur$hased to inter$onne$t L/0s not to enhan$e L/0 perfor"an$e.
*"p!e"entin# (L/0s on the swit$hes wi!! enhan$e L/0 perfor"an$e and se$urit.
Case *ro+ect ,
The Cis$o 7466 swit$h $an be $onfi#ured via "enus, the $o""and !ine, or throu#h a web
interfa$e usin# the visua! swit$h "ana#er. The defau!t settin#s on the swit$h are as fo!!ows;
-no ip address
-cdp enabled
-stp enabled
-fragment-free switchingmode
-100BaseT ports set at autonegotiate
-10BaseT ports set at half duplex
The 7466 does support (L/0 swit$hin#. 7665 (L/0s are supported< however, if STP is used,
on! +) (L/0s are supported.
Case *ro+ect 3
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=ou $an use Spanning Tree portfast. The $o""and to set this is spanning-tree
portfast and shou!d be entered at the inferfa$e $onfi#uration "ode.