Marcel Felix, you will join me in this fight...
The VLAN quiz asks, which of the following are true about VTP. I disagreed on these:
A. Required for proper VLAN operation.
(I say no, since tain't REQUIRED, just darn handy). Answer guide says YES.
C. Changes need to be made only to a server in the network.
(I say yes, since the VTP server propagates and the clients listen. Answer guide says NO.)
F. VTP requires a domain name to operate.
(I say yes, answer guide says NO).
Though I'm pretty certain that the answer guide probably just wasn't proofread, since Cisco Press's policy is to never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever proofread a single line of text before sending it off to the printer's, and since they also require that each of their textbooks contain a minimum of two errors per page, I still worry if I'm going to run into **** like this on the exam.
"Gotcha! We didn't say 'VTP server,' all we said was 'server'. Coulda been an HP Integrity server for all you know! Ten points off..."
VTP - _required_ for proper ops, or not?
Domain name required for VTP, or not?
(I ask because it now occurs to me that maybe the answer key was right and that the text itself wasn't proofread.)