Refer to the exhibit. A network has already been configured with VTP, using DLS1 as the VTP server for the VTP domain Cisco. What will happen when the DLS2 switch is connected to the DLS1 switch via a trunk link?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4Refer to the exhibit. A network has already been configured with VTP, using DLS1 as the VTP server for the VTP domain Cisco. What will happen when the DLS2 switch is connected to the DLS1 switch via a trunk link?

Refer to the exhibit. A network has already been configured with VTP, using DLS1 as the VTP server for the VTP domain Cisco. What will happen when the DLS2 switch is connected to the DLS1 switch via a trunk link?

  • Because the VTP domain is not configured on DLS2, nothing will happen.
  • Because DLS2 is in client mode, it will be updated with the VLANs that are configured on DLS1.
  • The MD5 digest on DLS2 does not match the one on DLS1, so an error message will be logged to the console.
  • Because DLS2 has a higher revision number than DLS1 has, the VLAN information on DLS1 will be overwritten by the information on DLS2.

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