An organization needs to provide temporary voice and data services to a new small lab building. They plan to install an access switch in the new lab and connect it using a 100Mb/s FastEthernet trunk link. The network administrator is concerned about the capability of the link to meet quality requirements of the proposed voice and data services. The administrator plans to manage the datalink layer traffic to and from the lab so that trunk usage is optimized. What could the administrator apply to the trunk to help achieve this?
- Disable Spanning Tree Protocol to provide maximum bandwidth for the voice and data traffic.
- Configure the switches to run Per VLAN Spanning Tree for the voice and data VLANs only.
- Configure the lab switch to use the same voice and data VLAN as the rest of the campus LAN.
- Configure the trunk ports on the trunk link to the lab to allow only the voice and data VLANs.
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