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1.     What typically happens when a switch receives a broadcast frame on one of its ports? (Lab 3.1.2.7)

 

2.     What command deletes the VLAN file stored in the switches? (Lab 3.1.2.7)

 

3.     True or False? VLAN names are case-sensitive. (Lab 3.2.1.7)

 

4.     Which IOS command can be used to display the VLAN name, status, and associated ports on a switch? (Lab 3.2.1.7)

 

5.     Based on the given host requirements, which subnet masks would you use for each individual subnet? (Lab 9.2.1.5)

 

6.     What IOS command can be used to display the currently access control lists currently active? (Lab 9.1.1.6)

 

7.     Which IOS command would you use to remove an existing ACL? (Lab 9.1.1.6)

 

8.     What happens to traffic that is not specifically addresses by an ACL rule? (Lab 9.2.1.10)

 

9.     What command is required to enable port security on fast ethernet interfaces? (Lab 2.2.4.9)

 

10.  What command syntax would you use in order to disable unused ports? (Lab 2.2.4.9)

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Name: 1. What typically happens when a switch receives a broadcast frame on one of its ports? (Lab 3.1.2.7) The switch sends the packet out of all open ports in the broadcast domain other than the port it was received through. 2. What command deletes the VLAN file stored in the switches? (Lab 3.1.2.7) Delete flash: vlan.dat 3. True or Fals...
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