Refer to the exhibit. The Layer 2 switching design that is shown has been implemented in a campus environment that is using Spanning Tree Protocol. All inter-switch links that are shown are trunks. Whenever an inter-switch link fails, the network takes nearly a minute to completely converge. How can the convergence time be reduced?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 3 v4Refer to the exhibit. The Layer 2 switching design that is shown has been implemented in a campus environment that is using Spanning Tree Protocol. All inter-switch links that are shown are trunks. Whenever an inter-switch link fails, the network takes nearly a minute to completely converge. How can the convergence time be reduced?

Refer to the exhibit. The Layer 2 switching design that is shown has been implemented in a campus environment that is using Spanning Tree Protocol. All inter-switch links that are shown are trunks. Whenever an inter-switch link fails, the network takes nearly a minute to completely converge. How can the convergence time be reduced?

  • Increase the capacity of the distribution and core trunk links to 10 Gb/s.
  • Add a trunk link that directly connects D1 and D2.
  • Use Layer 3 switching on the core switch.
  • Implement Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol.

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


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