A network technician is attempting to add an older workstation to a Cisco switched LAN. The technician has manually configured the workstation to full-duplex mode in order to enhance the network performance of the workstation. However, when the device is attached to the network, performance degrades and excess collision are detected. What is the cause of this problem?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA Discovery v4A network technician is attempting to add an older workstation to a Cisco switched LAN. The technician has manually configured the workstation to full-duplex mode in order to enhance the network performance of the workstation. However, when the device is attached to the network, performance degrades and excess collision are detected. What is the cause of this problem?

A network technician is attempting to add an older workstation to a Cisco switched LAN. The technician has manually configured the workstation to full-duplex mode in order to enhance the network performance of the workstation. However, when the device is attached to the network, performance degrades and excess collision are detected. What is the cause of this problem?

  • The host is configured in a different subnet from the subnet of the switch.
  • There is a duplex mismatch between the workstation and switch port.
  • The switch port is running at a different speed from the speed of the workstation NIC.
  • The host has been configured with a default gateway that is different from that of the switch.

Exam with this question: CCNA Discovery 2: DsmbISP Chapter 5 Exam

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