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If you want to disable STP on a port connected to a server, which command would you use?

A. disable spanning-tree

B. spanning-tree off

C. spanning-tree security

D. spanning-tree portfast

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

If you have a server or other devices connected into your switch that you're totally sure won't create a switching loop if STP is disabled, you can use something called portfast on these ports. Using it means the port won't spend the usual 50 seconds to come up while STP is converging.

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Which of the following statement is true?

A. A switch creates a single collision domain and a single broadcast domain. A router creates a single collision domain.

B. A switch creates separate collision domains but one broadcast domain. A router provides a separate broadcast domain.

C. A switch creates a single collision domain and separate broadcast domains. A router provides a separate broadcast domain as well.

D. A switch creates separate collision domains and separate broadcast domains. A router provides separate collision domains.