The following is partial of vlan table on a switch:
1----default----active----fa0/1, fa0/2, fa0/6, fa0/7, fa0/8, fa0/10, fa0/11, fa0/12
Please study the exhibit carefully. The switch that generated this output has 12
ports. Why are some of the ports missing from VLAN1?
A. The missing ports are in VLAN 86.
B. The missing ports are administratively disabled.
C. The missing ports are not participating in spanning tree.
D. The missing ports are configured as trunk ports.
E. The missing ports have a status problem such as a speed or duplex mismatch.
The show vlan command displays the VLAN information and ports in all VLANs. This
command displays only the ports in access mode. The missing ports must be configured as trunks.
I tried on Netsim, and saw the trunk port still in VLAN1. Is that true, trunk port will not shown in any other VLAN, or depends on the setup?