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VTP Questions 4

November 23rd, 2019 in SWITCH 300-115 Go to comments

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Note: VTPv2 introduces support for Token Ring VLANs already

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9


 Although a switch in VTP transparent mode does not update its VLAN database with the VTP information it receives but it still passes it to other switches.

Question 10

Question 11

  1. Star42
    January 5th, 2019

    Q2 correct:
    VTP 3
    “…The third area of major improvement is support for databases other than VLAN (for example, MST)…”

  2. ugurdy
    February 3rd, 2019

    Q1 is not correct. There is only one vlan.dat file on the switch and voice vlan in it. And also “B” could be correct, but it is not a MUST.

    B and D should be the correct answers.

  3. ugurdy
    February 3rd, 2019

    Please disregard the comment above. Wrong section.

  4. MrTadge
    April 19th, 2019

    Question 11

    Which VTP mode must you configure on a VTP domain so that the switch with the highest VTP configuration revision number in the domain propagates VLAN information to the other switches?
    A. server mode
    B. transparent mode
    C. off mode
    D. client mode

    A is the best choice here but it is still not correct, client mode will also propagate if it has the highest revision number.

    Perhaps in the exam it actually asks about VTP v3 and the options include ‘Primary Server’. In this case it would be the correct answer.

  5. Mosh
    June 9th, 2019

    @Jokey Joe, what composite question? Can you share it?

  6. Rick
    November 24th, 2019

    @certprepare, Q1 Answer A should be “up to VLAN range 4094”

  7. Eugene
    February 9th, 2020


    Manual VLAN pruning not only reduces unnecessary forwarding of broadcast traffic, it actually stops all traffic for specified VLANs from passing the trunk port.
    On the other hand manual removing of unnecessary VLANs (not only extended, but extended as well) from the trunk is good practice for protecting from VLAN hopping attack.

    Any ideas guys?

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