In a Cisco CatOS switch, what is the recommended practice when configuring switch-to-switch intercommunications to carry multiple VLANs for Dynamic Trunk Protocol?
auto to auto_negotiate
disable Dynamic Trunk Protocol when operating in the distribution layer
auto to auto_no_negotiate
desirable to desirable_no_negotiate
on to on_negotiate
desirable to desirable_negotiate
Access Layer Best Practices
When designing the building access layer, you must consider the number of users or ports required to size up the LAN switch. Connectivity speed for each host should also be considered. Hosts might be connected using various technologies such as Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, or port channels. The planned VLANs enter into the design.
Performance in the access layer is also important. Redundancy and QoS features should be considered. The following are recommended best practices for the building access layer:
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