A network administrator is troubleshooting slow performance in a Layer 2 switched network. Upon examining the IP header, the administrator notices that the TTL value is not decreasing. Why is the TTL value not decreasing?

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A network administrator is troubleshooting slow performance in a Layer 2 switched network. Upon examining the IP header, the administrator notices that the TTL value is not decreasing. Why is the TTL value not decreasing?

  • This is the normal behavior for a Layer 2 network.
  • The MAC address table is corrupt.
  • The VLAN database is full.
  • The outbound interface is set for half duplex.

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