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what would be a Backup plan for the VLAN
You need to backup VLAN.DAT file as well as the switch configuration file.
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which protocol is better Ethernet or Token Ring and why would they use them
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how a VLAN could be implemented so that bandwidth is not consumed.
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how a VLAN could be implemented so that bandwidth is not consumed.
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