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ICND2 – Trunking Questions

October 30th, 2017 in ICND2 200-105 Go to comments

Question 1

Explanation

We can’t confirm answer B is totally correct but all other answers are wrong so B is the best choice.

+ We only have 1 LAN interface on Main_Campus router with 4 subinterfaces -> answer A is not correct (although it is a bit unclear).
+ The “protocol” column of interface Serial0/1 is up so its Layer 2 is operating correctly -> answer C is not correct.
+ This router has only 1 FastEthernet interface -> answer D is not correct.
+ The “status” column of Fa0/0 is currently “up” so it is operating -> answer E is not correct.

Question 2

Explanation

Fa0/1 of Switch11 is configured as an access link of VLAN1 so only frames in VLAN1 can communicate through the two switches. But from the output above we see there is no interface belongs to VLAN1 on Switch12 -> no hosts can communicate between the two switches.

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Explanation

We can’t confirm answer B is totally correct but all other answers are wrong so B is the best choice.

+ We only have 1 LAN interface on Main_Campus router with 4 subinterfaces -> answer A is not correct (although it is a bit unclear).
+ The “protocol” column of interface Serial0/1 is up so its Layer 2 is operating correctly -> answer C is not correct.
+ This router has only 1 FastEthernet interface -> answer D is not correct.
+ The “status” column of Fa0/0 is currently “up” so it is operating -> answer E is not correct.

Question 6

Explanation

Fa0/1 of Switch11 is configured as an access link of VLAN1 so only frames in VLAN1 can communicate through the two switches. But from the output above we see there is no interface belongs to VLAN1 on Switch12 -> no hosts can communicate between the two switches.

Question 7

Comments (7) Comments
  1. Sebi
    July 14th, 2017

    Congrats Jerry, one question. What do you mean by IT Libraries. Can you send me the dumps?
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    I am planning on taking ICND 2 on Tuesday 25th
    Thanks

    Sebastian

  2. where can i get the questions
    August 18th, 2017

    where can i get the questions

  3. Lackadaisical_Cisco
    August 30th, 2017

    @where can i get the questions you have to register premium membership

  4. Natops
    September 17th, 2017

    Question 4 – it says the answer is B C E. C – switchport trunk allowed vlan 20. Why is that command needed? I thought once you configure a trunk port (answer B and E) – that the trunk port automatically trunked all configured VLANS on that switch. So why is the allowed vlan 20 command needed? So if the switch had VLAN 45, VLAN 67, VLAN 72, etc….. they would all automatically trunk.

  5. DP
    September 28th, 2017

    Hi, there is no such thing as a trunk on a router interface.

    Correct answer for Question 1 is A. Interface = subinterface, they are virtually the same.

  6. CCNA Test Taker
    November 2nd, 2017

    DP:

    Regarding Q. 1, the link between the switch and the router has to be a trunk for different Vlans to communicate through the subinterfaces on the single LAN interface. EACH subinterface should have the command “encapsulation dot1q vlan #”.

    I believe the switch interface should have these two commands:
    Switchport mode trunk
    Switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

  7. A
    December 3rd, 2017

    Congratulations and Thank You Hung.