Refer to the exhibit. Switch SW2 was tested in a lab environment and then inserted into a production network without reloading its configuration. After the trunk link between SW1 and SW2 was brought up, all users lost connectivity to the network. What could be the source of the problem?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4Refer to the exhibit. Switch SW2 was tested in a lab environment and then inserted into a production network without reloading its configuration. After the trunk link between SW1 and SW2 was brought up, all users lost connectivity to the network. What could be the source of the problem?

Refer to the exhibit. Switch SW2 was tested in a lab environment and then inserted into a production network without reloading its configuration. After the trunk link between SW1 and SW2 was brought up, all users lost connectivity to the network. What could be the source of the problem?

  • All the VLANs were pruned from the trunk port between SW1 and SW2.
  • SW1 and SW2 cannot be both set as VTP servers in the same VTP domain.
  • VTP configuration revision number of SW2 was higher than the configuration revision number of SW1.
  • The additional VLANs from SW2 created more VLANs than the VLAN database of SW1 could contain.

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