Cisco VLAN Configuration and Trunking Quiz

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What is the length of the IEEE 802.1Q header in bytes?

What is the function of the User Priority field in the 802.1Q VLAN Tag?

What is the purpose of the native VLAN in 802.1Q trunking?

How does a VoIP phone handle Voice VLAN tagging?

What does DTP stand for?

What are the DTP configuration options?

What is the default DTP configuration dependent on?

What is the purpose of VLANs?

What is a trunk in the context of networking?

What is the purpose of a separate voice VLAN?

What does IEEE 802.1q tagging provision for?

What protocol manages trunk negotiations?

Which command can be used to verify VLAN information?

What is the range of VLANs considered normal?

What command can be used to change VLAN port membership?

What is the maximum number of VLANs supported by Catalyst switches 2960 and 3650?

How can VLAN trunks be configured?

What does CoS stand for in the context of layer 2?

What are the options for the switchport mode command?

What is the range of extended VLANs?

How can trunk configuration be verified?

What caution is advised before deleting a VLAN?

Can phones tag frames from the PC?

How can VLANs in a Multi-Switched Environment be verified?

Summary

Cisco VLAN Configuration and Trunking

  • CoS stands for QoS for layer 2
  • Phones may or may not tag frames from the PC
  • VLANs in a Multi-Switched Environment can be verified using the show interfaces and switchport command
  • Catalyst switches 2960 and 3650 support over 4000 VLANs
  • VLANs 1-1005 are in the normal range, while VLANs 1006-4095 are in the extended range
  • The show vlan command can be used to verify VLAN information
  • VLAN port membership can be changed using various commands, and verified using show vlan brief or show interface commands
  • VLANs can be deleted with the no vlan command, but caution is advised before deleting a VLAN
  • VLAN trunks carry traffic for all VLANs and can be configured using specific commands
  • Trunk configuration can vary based on the specific VLANs and subnets associated with each VLAN
  • Trunk configuration can be verified using the show interface switchport command
  • The switchport mode command has different options including access, dynamic auto, dynamic desirable, and trunk

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Test your knowledge of Cisco VLAN configuration and trunking with this quiz. Learn about CoS, VLAN range, trunk configuration, and more.

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