Hi, I'll be happy to help with these
can you upload them in a document form?
I do not how ..I only have an hr to answer
sorry..do no how
ok - let me see if I can get them into an easy form
ok.. I did it. how do I get it to you?
if you go to wikisend.com
and attach the file
it will give you a link I can use to download it
cannot access that site from my work computer
ok no problem
can you just confirm questions 1 to 5 for me?
have done several of the others already
have finished but can't make out the first 5 questions
(TCO 2) Select the application protocol typically not used by end users; instead, the network management software and actual networking devices use it to allow a network engineer to monitor and troubleshoot network problems. (Points : 5) SMTP SNMP STP MANAGE
(TCO 1) _____ allow(s) you to segment the traffic on a switch into separate subnetworks. (Points : 5) Quality of Service (QoS) Redundancy Scalability VLANs
(TCO 1) _____ will determine the design requirements for a network. (Points : 5) Business goals Personal preference Location None of the above
(TCO 1) Which of the following illustrates properly designed hierarchical networks that achieve near-wire speed among all devices? (Points : 5) Collapsed core Convergence The core layer Performance
ok - that is the first 4 questions
what is number 5?
have answered rest
These are the answers so far
not able to open
(TCO 2) Startup configuration is stored in ________. (Points : 5) ROM PRAM NVRAM Flash
Ok, I'll list the question and the answer here
1 - SNMP
let me know if this method will work
2 - VLAN
3 - Business Goals
4 - Performance
5 - NVRAM
6 - Multicast
7 - CSMA/CD
8 - NIC Delay
9 - Unicast
10 - Project Teams
11 - Switch(config)# XXXXX access mode trunk
12 - All of the above
13 - VLAN implementation significantly increases traffic due to added trunking information.
14 - Switchport nonegotiate
thank you. do you have time for a few more?
(TCO 4) Which of the following depicts a VTP domain? (Points : 5) Switches share VLAN information; the boundary is defined by a Layer 3 device. It can only create, delete, and modify local VLANs. It advertises VLAN configuration information and can create, delete, and modify VLANs. It restricts broadcast traffic to those trunks that must be used to reach the destination devices.
(TCO 5) Ports in a blocking state are known as which of the following? (Points : 5) Nondesignated ports PortFast Root bridge Root ports
STP port; path cost STP port; not the path cost path cost; not the STP port none of the above
Which of the following depicts a VTP domain? = Switches share VLAN information; the boundary is defined by a Layer 3 device.
Ports in a blocking state are known as which of the following? = Nondesignated ports
STP port; path cost
Let me know if you got those ok