I am doing practice questions to make sure what i have learnt is enough for my ccnp switch exam, and i may be wrong in this one.
But from what i learnt on UDLD, that if you leave it on normal mode, and one of the fibre links breaks lets say, then it does not bring down the link or err-disable it, unless you put in aggressive mode. And in one of the questions it mentions: "In which UDLD mode does a link remain up, even when a unidirectional link failure is detected?
A. aggressive B. enable C. reset D. normal Answer: A" I was about to smack the crap out of my laptop thinking that this practice questions is trying to give me wrong info when i found out i was wrong thinking its D, or am i missing something on UDLD when its on aggressive mode? Please advise
I am still confused lol, just wanted to get confirmation from someone if my understanding is correct or not, but i still do not understand why i have to pick the wrong answer for this, as that just ruins my whole understanding of UDLD, is there something that i am not catching on here :) ... hmmm
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