|1:||Compare ISL to 802.1Q.|
|A1:||Answer: When a frame goes out an
trunk, it gets encapsulated by tagging it with a 26-byte
header and another 4-byte
trailer. Therefore, it is possible for an Ethernet frame to be 1518 + 30 = 1548 bytes.
trunks can carry not only Ethernet traffic, but also Token Ring and FDDI, due to the
Unlike the Cisco proprietary ISL, IEEE 802.1Q offers multivendor VLAN multiplexing support. As shown in Figure 7-5, ISL is more of an encapsulation (external tagging), whereas 802.1Q is an internal frame tagging method of VLAN identification.
|2:||Can you change the management VLAN?|
|A2:||Answer: Yes, you can change the management VLAN. However, some switches ...|