Which command can you enter to determine whether a switch is operating in trunking mode?
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The "show interface switchport" command displays the current operational mode of the switchport. It also shows whether the switchport is configured as an access port or a trunk port.
To determine whether a switch is operating in trunking mode, you can use this command on a specific interface. For example, to determine whether interface GigabitEthernet1/0/1 is operating in trunking mode, you would use the following command:
If the switchport is operating in trunking mode, the output of the command will include information about the allowed VLANs and the native VLAN. If the switchport is not operating in trunking mode, the output will indicate that it is an access port.
The other commands listed as possible answers are not directly related to trunking mode.
"show ip interface brief" displays a brief summary of the IP addresses assigned to the switch interfaces.
"show vlan" displays information about the VLANs configured on the switch, including the VLAN names and VLAN IDs.
"show interfaces" displays detailed information about the status and configuration of all switch interfaces.
While these commands may provide useful information for troubleshooting or configuration purposes, they do not directly indicate whether the switch is operating in trunking mode.