Thursday, January 30, 2014

Here are your CCNP SWITCH Flash Card Practice Exam Questions for Thursday, January 30!

Hi Bulldogs!

Hope those of you on the East Coast are staying warm!  (And everywhere else, too!  Brrrr!)

Right now, let's tackle a new CCNP SWITCH practice exam!  Today's practice exam is in Flash Card format -- no choices given!  Let's get to it!

1.    You'd like to prevent a Cisco switch port from transmitting Dynamic Trunking Protocol frames.  What command will make this happen?

2.    What Etherchannel negotiation protocol is Cisco-proprietary, and runs in either dynamic or auto mode?

3.   As it relates to trunking, what's the main purpose of the IEEE 802.3ac protocol?

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And now... the answers!

1. This one's a little tricky, since the command doesn't specifically mention DTP, and here it is -- switchport nonegotiate.

SW1(config)#int fast 0/1
SW1(config-if)#switchport ?
  access         Set access mode characteristics of the interface
  host           Set port host
  mode           Set trunking mode of the interface
  native         Set trunking native characteristics when interface is in
                 trunking mode
  nonegotiate    Device will not engage in negotiation protocol on this interface

2.  PaGP is the Cisco-proprietary Etherchannel negotiating protocol. You run it in either dynamic or auto mode.

3.  The IEEE 802.3ac standard allows the maximum frame length to be extended to 1522 bytes, which means the dot1q 4-byte header doesn't cause transmission issues.

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