- It supports subinterfaces.
- It is associated with a single VLAN.
- It runs STP to prevent loops.
- It is assigned an IP address.
Explanation: Routed ports on a Cisco switch behave similarly to those on a router. They are configured with an IP address and forward Layer 3 packets. Unlike Layer 2 switch interfaces, routed ports do not support STP, nor do they support subinterfaces as routers do.
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