Free CompTIA Network+ N10-009 Practice Question

A network administrator notices that a switch port, which connects to a server, is no longer active and upon checking, finds that the port has been put into an 'error disabled' state. What is the MOST likely cause for this state?

  • The DHCP server has run out of IP addresses to assign to clients.

  • The switch experienced a temperature anomaly exceeding operational thresholds.

  • There was an incorrect cable type used between the server and the switch.

  • The port security settings have been violated, such as exceeding the maximum number of allowed MAC addresses.

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CompTIA Network+ N10-009 / 
Network Troubleshooting
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