Which statement describes a spanning-tree network that has converged?
A. All switch and bridge ports are in the forwarding state.
B. All switch and bridge ports are assigned as either root or designated ports.
C. All switch and bridge ports are in either the forwarding or blocking state.
D. All switch and bridge ports are either blocking or looping.
Answer: Option C
Solution(By Examveda Team)Convergence occurs when all ports on bridges and switches have transitioned to either the forwarding or blocking states. No data is forwarded until convergence is complete. Before data can be forwarded again, all devices must be updated.
A. Discard it and send an error message back to the originating host
B. Flood the network with the frame
C. Add the source address and port to the MAC address table and forward the frame out the destination port
D. Add the destination to the MAC address table and then forward the frame
A. The port is experiencing errors.
B. The port is shut down.
C. The port is in STP blocking mode.
D. Nothing; this is normal.
A. To provide a mechanism for network monitoring in switched environments
B. To prevent routing loops in networks with redundant paths
C. To prevent switching loops in networks with redundant switched paths
D. To manage the VLAN database across multiple switches
E. To create collision domains