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How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How does STP provide a loop-free network?

    • By placing all ports in the blocking state

    • By placing all bridges in the blocking state

    • By placing some ports in the blocking state

    • By placing some bridges in the blocking state


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How does STP provide a loop-free network?

    • By placing all ports in the blocking state

    • By placing all bridges in the blocking state

    • By placing some ports in the blocking state

    • By placing some bridges in the blocking state


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What elements will exist in a converged network with one spanning tree? (Choose two.)

    • one root bridge per network

    • all non-designated ports forwarding

    • one root port per non-root bridge

    • multiple designated ports per segment

    • one designated port per network


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What elements will exist in a converged network with one spanning tree? (Choose two.)

    • one root bridge per network

    • all non-designated ports forwarding

    • one root port per non-root bridge

    • multiple designated ports per segment

    • one designated port per network


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • Which port role specifies a forwarding port that is elected for every switched LAN segment when using Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol?

    • Root

    • Backup

    • Alternate

    • Designated


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • Which port role specifies a forwarding port that is elected for every switched LAN segment when using Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol?

    • Root

    • Backup

    • Alternate

    • Designated


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • In which STP state does a port record MAC addresses but not forward user data?

    • blocking

    • learning

    • disabling

    • listening

    • forwarding


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • In which STP state does a port record MAC addresses but not forward user data?

    • blocking

    • learning

    • disabling

    • listening

    • forwarding


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How is the information contained in BPDUs used by switches? (Choose two.)

    • to prevent loops by sharing bridging tables between connected switches

    • to set the duplex mode of a redundant link

    • to determine the shortest path to the root bridge

    • to determine which ports will forward frames as part of the spanning tree

    • to activate looped paths throughout the network


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How is the information contained in BPDUs used by switches? (Choose two.)

    • to prevent loops by sharing bridging tables between connected switches

    • to set the duplex mode of a redundant link

    • to determine the shortest path to the root bridge

    • to determine which ports will forward frames as part of the spanning tree

    • to activate looped paths throughout the network


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • In what state can a port populate its MAC address table but not forward user frames?

    • Learning state

    • Blocking state

    • Listening state

    • Forwarding state


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • In what state can a port populate its MAC address table but not forward user frames?

    • Learning state

    • Blocking state

    • Listening state

    • Forwarding state


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What is Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol equivalent state to the Spanning Tree Protocol blocking state?

    • Blocking

    • Dropping

    • Discarding

    • Forwarding


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What is Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol equivalent state to the Spanning Tree Protocol blocking state?

    • Blocking

    • Dropping

    • Discarding

    • Forwarding


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What happens when there is a topology change on a network that utilizes STP ? (Choose two.)

    • User traffic is disrupted until recalculation is complete.

    • The switch recomputes the Spanning Tree topology after the network converges.

    • All ports are placed in learning state until convergence has occurred.

    • A delay of up to 50 seconds is incurred for convergence of the new Spanning Tree topology.

    • User data is forwarded while BPDUs are exchanged to recompute the topology


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What happens when there is a topology change on a network that utilizes STP ? (Choose two.)

    • User traffic is disrupted until recalculation is complete.

    • The switch recomputes the Spanning Tree topology after the network converges.

    • All ports are placed in learning state until convergence has occurred.

    • A delay of up to 50 seconds is incurred for convergence of the new Spanning Tree topology.

    • User data is forwarded while BPDUs are exchanged to recompute the topology


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • Which of the following describe the BIDs used in a spanning tree topology? (Choose two.)

    • They are sent out by the root bridge only after the inferior BPDUs are sent.

    • They consist of a bridge priority and MAC address.

    • Only the root bridge will send out a BID.

    • They are used by the switches in a spanning tree topology to elect the root bridge.

    • The switch with the fastest processor will have the lowest BID.


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • Which of the following describe the BIDs used in a spanning tree topology? (Choose two.)

    • They are sent out by the root bridge only after the inferior BPDUs are sent.

    • They consist of a bridge priority and MAC address.

    • Only the root bridge will send out a BID.

    • They are used by the switches in a spanning tree topology to elect the root bridge.

    • The switch with the fastest processor will have the lowest BID.


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • On the root bridge, all ports are _______?

    • Root ports

    • Blocked ports

    • Designated ports

    • Non-designated ports


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • On the root bridge, all ports are _______?

    • Root ports

    • Blocked ports

    • Designated ports

    • Non-designated ports


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What link types have been defined for Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol? (Choose three.)

    • shared

    • end-to-end

    • edge-type

    • boundary-type

    • point-to-many

    • point-to-point


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What link types have been defined for Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol? (Choose three.)

    • shared

    • end-to-end

    • edge-type

    • boundary-type

    • point-to-many

    • point-to-point


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How much time does it take for a switch port to go from the blocking state to the forwarding state?

    • 2 seconds

    • 15 seconds

    • 20 seconds

    • 50 seconds


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • How much time does it take for a switch port to go from the blocking state to the forwarding state?

    • 2 seconds

    • 15 seconds

    • 20 seconds

    • 50 seconds


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What features of the Spanning-Tree Protocol contribute to the time it takes for a switched network to converge after a topology change occurs? (Choose three.)

    • the max-age timer

    • the listening forward delay

    • the spanning-tree hold down timer

    • the learning forward delay

    • the spanning-tree path cost

    • the blocking delay


How does stp provide a loop free network by placing all ports in the blocking state

  • What features of the Spanning-Tree Protocol contribute to the time it takes for a switched network to converge after a topology change occurs? (Choose three.)

    • the max-age timer

    • the listening forward delay

    • the spanning-tree hold down timer

    • the learning forward delay

    • the spanning-tree path cost

    • the blocking delay


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