Wednesday, July 02, 2014

It's July 2, 2014, and time for a new CCNP SWITCH and TSHOOT Flash Card practice exam!

I'll add a Video Practice Exam to this post later today!

Let's get started!

1.   What specific Cisco switch feature requires the use of a "VMPS"?

2.  By default, the maximum number of secure MAC addresses allowed per port once port security has been enabled.

3.  You've configured Cisco port security to allow two secure MAC addresses per port, but you only manually configure one secure address.  Describe specifically how the other secure MAC address is determined -- or not determined.

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The answers to today's questions:

1.   A VMPS is a VLAN Membership Policy Server, and you'll need that to run dynamic VLANs on your Cisco switches.   (You don't need one for static VLANs.)

2.   By default, a Cisco switch port enabled with port security is allowed one secure MAC address.

3.    If there's a difference between a port's number of allowed secure MAC addresses and the number of manually configured addresses, the port will consider the next dynamically learned MAC addresses to be secure until the overall limit is reached.

Sounds complicated, but it's not.  Let's say you had a port configured for 3 secure MAC addresses, and you only configured one secure MAC address statically.  That port will consider the next two dynamically learned addresses on that port as secure.

Thanks for taking today's practice exam!  I'll see you on YouTube and Udemy!

Chris B.

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