Which two network design features require Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) to ensure correct network operation? (Choose two.)

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Which two network design features require Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) to ensure correct network operation? (Choose two.)

  • static default routes
  • implementing VLANs to contain broadcasts
  • redundant links between Layer 2 switches
  • link-state dynamic routing that provides redundant routes
  • removing single points of failure with multiple Layer 2 switches
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    Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is required to ensure correct network operation when designing a network with multiple interconnected Layer 2 switches or using redundant links to eliminate single points of failure between Layer 2 switches. Routing is a Layer 3 function and does not relate to STP. VLANs do reduce the number of broadcast domains but relate to Layer 3 subnets, not STP.

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