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up menu choose the Macros Toolbar. The Macros Toolbar is shown in Figure 30-1. The Tools | Macros commands can be used to record a macro, but it s easier to use the Macros Toolbar.
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Figure 2-19 Example of a headend ground/bond system
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Figure 5-16 Photos on the left become layers on the right.
Cisco s proprietary trunking protocol is used on trunk connections to form trunks dynamically. DTP is used to form and verify a trunk connection dynamically between two Cisco switches. DTP supports five trunking modes, shown in Table 13-4. If the trunk mode is set to on or trunk for an interface, this causes the interface to generate DTP messages on the interface and to tag frames on the interface, based on the trunk type (802.1Q on the 2960s). When set to on, the trunk interface always assumes the connection is a trunk, even if the remote end does not support trunking. Some of Cisco s switches use the term trunk instead of on, like the 2960s. If the trunk mode is set to desirable, the interface will generate DTP messages on the interface, but it will make the assumption that the other side is not trunk-capable and will wait for a DTP reply message from the remote side. In this state, the interface starts as an access-link connection. If the remote side sends a DTP message, and this message indicates that trunking is compatible between the two switches, a trunk will be formed and the switch will start tagging frames on the interface. If the other side does not support trunking, the interface will remain as an access-link connection. If the trunk mode is set to auto, the interface passively listens for DTP messages from the remote side and leaves the interface as an access-link connection. If the interface receives a DTP message, and the message matches trunking capabilities of the interface, then the interface will change from an access-link connection to a
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