An administrator who is troubleshooting connectivity issues on a switch notices that a switch port configured for port security is in the err-disabled state. After verifying the cause of the violation, how should the administrator re-enable the port without disrupting network operation?
- Reboot the switch.
- Issue the no switchport port-security violation shutdown command on the interface.
- Issue the no switchport port-security command, then re-enable port security.
- Issue the shutdown command followed by the no shutdown command on the interface.
Explanation: To re-enable the port, use the shutdown interface configuration mode command (Figure 3). Then, use the no shutdown interface configuration command to make the port operational.
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