Which statement describes the behavior of a switch when the MAC address table is full?

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Which statement describes the behavior of a switch when the MAC address table is full?

  • It treats frames as unknown unicast and floods all incoming frames to all ports on the switch.
  • It treats frames as unknown unicast and floods all incoming frames to all ports within the local VLAN.
  • It treats frames as unknown unicast and floods all incoming frames to all ports within the collision domain.
  • It treats frames as unknown unicast and floods all incoming frames to all ports across multiple switches.
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

    When the MAC address table is full, the switch treats the frame as an unknown unicast and begins to flood all incoming traffic to all ports only within the local VLAN.

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