Refer to the exhibit. STP is enabled on all switches in the network. The port on switch A that connects to switch B is half duplex. The port on switch B that connects to switch A is full duplex. What are three problems that this scenario could create? (Choose three.)

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNPRefer to the exhibit. STP is enabled on all switches in the network. The port on switch A that connects to switch B is half duplex. The port on switch B that connects to switch A is full duplex. What are three problems that this scenario could create? (Choose three.)
Refer to the exhibit. STP is enabled on all switches in the network. The port on switch A that connects to switch B is half duplex. The port on switch B that connects to switch A is full duplex. What are three problems that this scenario could create? (Choose three.) 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 2 months ago

Refer to the exhibit. STP is enabled on all switches in the network. The port on switch A that connects to switch B is half duplex. The port on switch B that connects to switch A is full duplex. What are three problems that this scenario could create? (Choose three.)

Refer to the exhibit. STP is enabled on all switches in the network. The port on switch A that connects to switch B is half duplex. The port on switch B that connects to switch A is full duplex. What are three problems that this scenario could create? (Choose three.) 2

  • Switch B may unblock its port to switch C, thereby creating a loop.*
  • Switch A is performing carrier sense and collision detection, and switch B is not.*
  • Autonegotiation results in both switch A and switch B failing to perform carrier sense.
  • Spanning tree will keep re-calculating, thereby consuming all the CPU normally used for traffic.
  • BPDUs may not successfully negotiate port states on the link between switch A and switch B.*
  • Switch B will become the root switch.

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