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Hi,

I'm currently studying for ccnp/BCMSN and i'm taking a look at one of
the braindumps.
A specific question goes like this:

A fasteth port on switch X is configured as a trunk. What is true?

a) a trunk link only supports the native vlan for a given port
b) a trunk link uses 802.10 to identify vlan's
c) a trunk link connects multiple devices on a single subnet to a
switch port
d) the native vlan of the trunk link is the vlan to which the port will
belong if that links becomes non-trunk

I was thinking "d", but according to the dump, the correct answer is
"c" ?!
Can someone confirm this?

Thanks guys!
Kris


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I also think it's D.. Not sure, though..

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Stay away from the dumps, you don't learn anything. Best answer in my
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http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/537/6.html



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That page was over 10 years old.  802.10 was the basis for ISL.  That was
replaced by 802.1Q.

BernieM



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guys,

802.10 is the FDDI standard, so it's not the correct answer


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But i think the other answers does`nt make sense....
b) is the answer i guess.
(i teached me by myself with switching stuff today)

by



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kris.vandevijver@gmail.com wrote:
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Hello: I would select "C" as the answer.
 Here is why, it is true that a trunk link supports a native vlan on a
trunk so that it can also speak "non-802.1q" to native packets and
route them through the VLAN. BUT: it does not "only" support native
Vlan traffic, it also--because it is a trunk 802.1q traffic--it
supports two kinds of traffic--not only one.
Second, I don't know what 802.10--that was dot "10", right, is????
Third: asnswer "D" is nonsense. you would  have to remove the interface
from the VLAN to make non-vlan and then it wouldn't carry non-vlan
traffic over the native vlan interface--You CAN"T do BOTH.


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