SWITCH 2.0: Trunking Using DTP, Dot1Q, & ISL
Cisco SWITCH 2.0
2 Videos | 1h 1m 49s
- Includes Assessment
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Explore dynamic and manual trunking using the DTP, dot1q, and ISL protocols, as you prepare for the 300-115: Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks 2.0 certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify the L2 feature used to span VLANs across switchesidentify the steps used to trunk unconditionally in a given scenarioidentify the syntax used to verify 802.1Q encapsulationrecognize the characteristics of dynamic trunking protocol modesspecify the syntax use to form a dynamic trunk between switches in a given scenario
identify the syntax used to configure untagged frames in a given scenariorecognize characteristics of trunking encapsulation protocolsrecognize the meaning of a missing dot1q tag in a given scenariospecify the characteristics of ISL trunking encapsulationspecify the syntax used to prevent double tagging attacks in a given scenario
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