Question 236 of 240
You are working on a deployment that uses two Cisco APs as wireless bridges.
One of the bridges is configured as a root bridge and the second bridge is configured as a nonroot bridge.
Client A associates to the root bridge and client B associates to the nonroot bridge.
Which two statements about this scenario is true? (Choose two.)
For two bridges to communicate with each other, one of the bridges should be in rootmode and the other bridge must be in non-rootmode.
The default setting of a bridge isroot.
Therefore, two bridges that are in rootmode cannot talk to each other.