Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise Chapter 3

CCNA Discovery 3 Chapter 3 V4.0 Answers

DRSEnt Chapter 3 – CCNA Discovery: Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise (Version 4.0)

1. Which statement describes a difference between STP and RSTP?

RSTP is proprietary while STP is defined by IEEE.

RSTP defines four port states while STP defines five port states.

When a topology changes, RSTP reconfigures the spanning tree in less than 1 second.

STP is more commonly used in large switched enterprise networks that require faster recovery.


2. In an enterprise network, why would voice traffic typically require a dedicated VLAN?

It guarantees end-to-end delivery for voice traffic.

It guarantees higher bandwidth for voice traffic.

It separates voice traffic from data traffic so data traffic does not impact voice traffic.

It provides backup support for voice traffic because voice traffic is more critical than data traffic.