Company policy restricts VLAN 10 to be allowed only on SW1 and SW2. All other VLANs can be on all three switches. An administrator has noticed that VLAN 10 has propagated to SW3. Which configuration corrects the issue?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNPCompany policy restricts VLAN 10 to be allowed only on SW1 and SW2. All other VLANs can be on all three switches. An administrator has noticed that VLAN 10 has propagated to SW3. Which configuration corrects the issue?
Company policy restricts VLAN 10 to be allowed only on SW1 and SW2. All other VLANs can be on all three switches. An administrator has noticed that VLAN 10 has propagated to SW3. Which configuration corrects the issue? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 1 month ago
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Company policy restricts VLAN 10 to be allowed only on SW1 and SW2. All other VLANs can be on all three switches. An administrator has noticed that VLAN 10 has propagated to SW3. Which configuration corrects the issue?

Company policy restricts VLAN 10 to be allowed only on SW1 and SW2. All other VLANs can be on all three switches. An administrator has noticed that VLAN 10 has propagated to SW3. Which configuration corrects the issue? 2

A.
SW2(config)#interface gi1/2
SW2(config)#switchport trunk allowed vlan 10

B.
SW1(config)#interface gi1/1
SW1(config)#switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-9,11-4094

C.
SW2(config)#interface gi1/2
SW2(config)#switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-9,11-4094

D.
SW2(config)#interface gi1/1
SW2(config)#switchport trunk allowed vlan 10

  • A. Option A
  • B. Option B
  • C. Option C
  • D. Option D

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