Which two statements are true about port groups and VLANs defined on a vNetwork Standard Switch (Choose Two) ?

Which two statements are true about port groups and VLANs defined on a vNetwork Standard Switch (Choose Two) ?

A.
Only one VLAN can be specified in a port group

B.
Multiple VLANs can be specified in a port group

C.
The same VLAN cannot be specified in multiple port groups

D.
Multiple port groups can specify the same VLAN

Explanation:
Mastering Vmware vSphere, page 162.
A port group can be associated with only one VLAN at a time. [A above] The screen shot below shows two port groups with the same VLAN. [D above]

 

3 Comments on “Which two statements are true about port groups and VLANs defined on a vNetwork Standard Switch (Choose Two) ?

  1. Read A says:

    Hi Seenagape ;
    I didn’t get , how the same VLAN can’t be specified in multiport group
    and the multiport group can specified the same VLAN.
    i feel the process her is the same but one it said not ,ad the other said it is OK.
    Could you explain please.

    Thanks

  2. anitha says:

    A is correct and for C& D

    C.
    The same VLAN cannot be specified in multiple port groups – this is incorrect because we can use the same vlan on multiple port groups

    D.
    Multiple port groups can specify the same VLAN – correct because we can use the same vlan on multiple port groups

  3. xenon says:

    “VLANs are handled by configuring different port groups within a vSwitch. A port group can be associated to only 1 VLAN at a time, but multiple port groups can be associated with a single VLAN.”

    Correct answer A,D


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