60 hours 39 minutes

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VLAN This unit covers Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) which allow us to segment a large network. The broadcasts go to the same VLAN and are composed of two major port types: - Access Ports: allow us to connect devices in one particular VLAN to a switch - Trunk Ports: allows us to connect different switches to multiple VLANS VLANS filter with different criteria depending on how they're configured: - Physical Port - MAC Addresses - Sub netting IP Addresses VLANs are very useful in that they help to segment large networks, cut down on traffic on make networks a bit more secure.

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Anthony Harris
Systems Analyst and Administrator at SAIC