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Interface slot number question

Studying for ICNDI exam and came across this question:
There is a rogue switch connected to CORE 1. You know that the switch runs a vendor—neutral link layer discovery protocol.
To which port is the rogue switch connected?
Fa1/0/2
Fa1/0/1
Fa2/0/2
Fa2/0/1

It says the answer is Fa2/01. But, why is that?

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Re: Interface slot number question

Hi @TheFox ,

 

For that laboratory question, the show lldp neighbors command should indicate the correct slot.

 

Regards

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Advocate

Re: Interface slot number question

Hi @TheFox ,

 

That question is part of a laboratory within the test.

What is sought is that you know that CDP is a proprietary Cisco protocol, so the show cdp neighbors command will not work in another vendor.

In a neutral-vendor you must occupy the show lldp neighbors command.

By executing that command in the laboratory, you can verify the connected interface.

 

Regards

Beginner

Re: Interface slot number question

@luis_cordova  

That doesn't make much sense in relation to the question I asked. I totally understand CDP and LLDP aspects you just mentioned. But, what about the slot number in the question I listed? It seems to allude that it is different for LLDP. I have searched the internet, my study material, everything... and haven't found anything that talks about it.

Advocate

Re: Interface slot number question

Hi @TheFox ,

 

Within the certification exams comes some laboratories, with a topology already configured.

Within those laboratories, there are questions associated with the laboratory, so the correct answer to the question is found when executing the correct command in that laboratory.

Therefore, the question does not make much sense outside the context of that laboratory.

I am sure that if you are clear about the CDP and LLDP protocols, you will do very well in your certification exam.

 

Regards

Beginner

Re: Interface slot number question


@luis_cordova wrote:

Hi @TheFox ,

 

Within the certification exams comes some laboratories, with a topology already configured.

Within those laboratories, there are questions associated with the laboratory, so the correct answer to the question is found when executing the correct command in that laboratory.

Therefore, the question does not make much sense outside the context of that laboratory.

I am sure that if you are clear about the CDP and LLDP protocols, you will do very well in your certification exam.

 

Regards


@luis_cordova 
Still confused. The output from the connected device when given the show archive command is this:

CORE2# show archive

  The maximum archive configurations allowed is 14.

  The next archive file will be named tftp:l/10.10.10.199/CORE2-(timestamp>-S

   Archive # Name

      1 tftp://10.10.10.199/ CORE2-Aug-21-ll-ll-ll.344-0

      2 tftp://10.10.10.199/COREZ—Aug—21-11—11-11.813-4 <- Most Recent

 

There is no port information in that result...

Other show commands I have entered do not work in the lab question. Maybe I am not inputting the correct one? 

Advocate

Re: Interface slot number question

Hi @TheFox ,

 

This is the way to find the correct answer in your other post.

 

Regards 

 

Remember to mark the correct answers as solved, because that helps other users with similar doubts.

Beginner

Re: Interface slot number question

@luis_cordova 

 

You already said that... what show command do I need to use? 

Advocate

Re: Interface slot number question

Hi @TheFox ,

 

For that laboratory question, the show lldp neighbors command should indicate the correct slot.

 

Regards

Beginner

Re: Interface slot number question

Ok got it. Thanks!
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Re: Interface slot number question


without topology or some other output, it is hard to find rogue server comes from
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