What is the reason for this issue?

A technician inserts an SFP+transceiver into an N3024F 1 Gbps port on the front panel. The transceiver does NOT work. What is the reason for this issue? A. SFP+transceivers are incompatible with SFP slots on an N3024F front panel. B. The port is disabled by default and must be enabled on the switch prior to […]

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What is causing the issue?

Refer to the output: A technician creates a new fiber connection to the switch. The transceivers and cable are plugged in at both ends. The connection is in a link down state. What is causing the issue? A. The cable is inverted. B. The local transceiver is not sending power. C. Autonegotiation is failing. D. […]

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What are two possible reasons for this issue?

Two N3024F switches are directly connected using 10GBASE-SR transceivers and 10 foot fiber patch cables. The ports on both sides are NOT linking. What are two possible reasons for this issue? (Choose two.) A. The fiber connectors are inverted. B. The transceivers are on SFP ports. C. The fiber length is too short. D. The […]

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What is the most likely cause for the issue on the port-channel?

A Dell Networking N3024 has a link aggregation configured as shown: interface Gi1/0/1 channel-group 1 mode active exit ! interface Gi1/0/2 channel-group 1 mode active exit ! interface port-channel 1 switchport access vlan 10 exit After connecting all cables, the port-channel does NOT work as expected. As part of the troubleshooting process, the technician examines […]

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Root bridge Switch A is connected to Switch

Root bridge Switch A is connected to Switch B. They are connected using the same corresponding interfaces Gi1/01 and Gi1/0/2 on both sides. Which interface becomes a root port? A. Switch A Gi1/0/1 B. Switch A Gi1/0/2 C. Switch B Gi1/0/1 D. Switch B Gi1/0/2 Show Answer

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