Which of the following statements is true of this scenario?

Last Updated on July 31, 2021 by Admin

Examine the diagram below, which contains all devices currently connected to Switch0.

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200-201 Part 01 Q03 001

Which of the following statements is true of this scenario?

  • PC0 can communicate with PC1
  • is we change the VLAN of Fa0/15 to VLAN 2, PC0 will be able to connect with PC1
  • if we change the IP address of PC1 to 192.168.6.4, it will be able to connect with PC0
  • if we change the VLAN of Fa0/2 to VLAN 3 and change the IP address of PC1 to 192.168.6.5, PC1 will be able to connect with PC0
Explanation:
Currently the interfaces to which the two PCs are connected in different VLANs and the PCs have IP addresses in different IP subnets. that is the normal configuration when creating VLANs. The reason they cannot currently connect is because there is NO router in the scenario to route traffic between the VLANs. Therefore, if we place both interfaces in the same VLAN and place both PCs in the same IP subnet, no router will be required to route traffic and the devices can communicate.

PC0 cannot communicate with PC1 in this scenario. Currently the interfaces to which the two PCs are connected in different VLANs, and the PCs have IP addresses in different IP subnets. That is the normal configuration when creating VLANs.

If we change the IP address of PC1 to 192.168.6.4, it will still not be able to connect with PC0 because they will still be in different VLANs. They must be in both the same VLAN and the same IP subnet to communicate in the absence of a router to route between VLANs.

If we change the VLAN of Fa0/15 to VLAN 2, PC0 will till not be to connect with PC1 because they will still be in different IP subnets. They must be in both the same VLAN and the same IP subnet to communicate in the absence of a router to route between VLANs.

Objective: Network Concepts
Sub-Objective: Describe the relationship between VLANs and data visibility