Which switching method drops frames that fail the FCS check?
- store-and-forward switching
- borderless switching
- ingress port buffering
- cut-through switching
Explanation: The FCS check is used with store-and-forward switching to drop any frame with a FCS that does not match the FCS calculation that is made by a switch. Cut-through switching does not perform any error checking. Borderless switching is a network architecture, not a switching method. Ingress port buffering is used with store-and-forward switching to support different Ethernet speeds, but it is not a switching method