Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has segmented the network into two VLANs and configured Router1 for inter-VLAN routing. A test of the network, however, shows that hosts on each VLAN can only access local resources and not resources on the other VLAN. What is the most likely cause of this problem?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has segmented the network into two VLANs and configured Router1 for inter-VLAN routing. A test of the network, however, shows that hosts on each VLAN can only access local resources and not resources on the other VLAN. What is the most likely cause of this problem?

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has segmented the network into two VLANs and configured Router1 for inter-VLAN routing. A test of the network, however, shows that hosts on each VLAN can only access local resources and not resources on the other VLAN. What is the most likely cause of this problem?

  • Switch port Fa0/1 is not trunking.
  • Router interface Fa0/0 is possibly down.
  • No routing protocol is configured on Router1.
  • One of the router subinterfaces is possibly down.

Exam with this question: CCNA Exploration 3: ESwitching Final Exam


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