What type of MAC address is aged automatically by the switch?
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Explanation: To switch frames between LAN ports efficiently, the switch maintains an address table. When the switch receives a frame, it associates the media access control (MAC) address of the sending network device with the LAN port on Which it was received.
The switch dynamically builds the address table by using the MAC source address of the frames received. When the switch receives a frame for a MAC destination address not listed in its address table, it floods the frame to all LAN ports of the same VLAN except the port that received the frame. When the destination station replies, the switch adds its relevant MAC source address and port ID to the address table. The switch then forwards subsequent frames to a single LAN port without flooding all LAN ports.
When the switch dynamically builds the MAC address table, it also specifies the time before an entry ages out and is discarded from the MAC address table. The default is 300 seconds.
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