Which two statements about data VLANs on access ports are true? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
Access ports are used to connect end devices, such as computers or servers, to the network. VLANs can be used to logically segment the network and isolate traffic. When a switch port is configured as an access port, it can be assigned to only one VLAN.
A data VLAN is a VLAN that carries user-generated traffic, such as web browsing, file transfers, and email. Here are the two statements about data VLANs on access ports that are true:
Two or more VLANs can be configured on the interface. This statement is false. An access port can only be assigned to a single VLAN. If you want to carry traffic from multiple VLANs on an access port, you need to use a technique called VLAN tagging or trunking.
They can be configured as host ports. This statement is true. An access port can be configured as a host port. This means that the switch port is connected to an end device, such as a computer or printer, and the device is not capable of understanding VLAN tags. The switch port will automatically assign untagged frames to the configured VLAN.
Option C is incorrect because it states that only one VLAN can be configured on the interface, which is correct. Option D is also incorrect because access ports are not configured as trunk ports. Option E is incorrect because 802.1Q encapsulation is only used on trunk ports to carry multiple VLANs over a single physical link.