A network technician notes that ports Fa0/9 through Fa0/12 on a switch have been assigned to VLAN 40. VLAN 40, however, was improperly named and the technician deletes it. What happens to the ports that were assigned to VLAN 40?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4A network technician notes that ports Fa0/9 through Fa0/12 on a switch have been assigned to VLAN 40. VLAN 40, however, was improperly named and the technician deletes it. What happens to the ports that were assigned to VLAN 40?

A network technician notes that ports Fa0/9 through Fa0/12 on a switch have been assigned to VLAN 40. VLAN 40, however, was improperly named and the technician deletes it. What happens to the ports that were assigned to VLAN 40?

  • All ports will automatically become members of VLAN 1.
  • The ports will automatically become members of the native VLAN.
  • All VLAN 40 member ports will be unable to communicate with any other stations.
  • All ports will remain assigned to VLAN 40 because it cannot be deleted if any ports are currently assigned to it.

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