Which two statements about VTP are true? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
Virtual LAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) is a Cisco proprietary protocol used to distribute VLAN configuration information across a switched network. Here are the explanations for the two true statements about VTP:
A. All switches must be configured with the same VTP domain name This statement is true because VTP uses the domain name to identify and synchronize VLAN information between switches. All switches within a VTP domain must use the same domain name. If switches have different VTP domain names, they will not exchange VLAN information.
C. All switches must be configured with a unique VTP domain name This statement is also true because it is essential to ensure that switches with different VTP domain names do not exchange VLAN information. When configuring VTP, it is important to assign a unique VTP domain name to each VTP domain.
B. All switches must be configured to perform trunk negotiation This statement is false because VTP can operate on access ports as well as trunk ports. However, it is recommended to configure VTP on trunk ports as VTP messages are not propagated on access ports.
D. The VTP server must have the highest revision number in the domain This statement is partially true. The VTP server maintains a revision number for the VLAN configuration database, and all switches in the VTP domain must have the same revision number. However, the VTP server with the highest revision number is not a requirement.
E. All switches must use the same VTP version This statement is true because different VTP versions are not compatible with each other. All switches within a VTP domain must use the same version of VTP to exchange VLAN information. If there is a mismatch in VTP version, VLAN information exchange will not occur.