1.1.f PortFast

Task 1
Shut down all ports on SW1 and SW2. Configure an industry-standard trunk between the two switches using port F0/19. Only the F0/19 interface should be in no shutdown state.

Task 2
Configure the appropriate switch to implement the following policies:
Configure the F0/0 interface of R1 for VLAN 100.
The F0/0 interface of R1 should immediately transition into the forwarding state, bypassing the spanning tree listening and learning states.
Test this configuration to ensure the correct feature is enabled.
You should use an interface configuration command to accomplish this task.

Task 3
Enable the F0/1 interfaces of R1–R6 and configure SW2 such that all ports, except the trunk port(s), bypass the spanning tree listening and learning states. Do not use an interface configuration mode command on SW2 to accomplish this task.

Task 4
Configure VLANs 100 and 200 on SW2. Configure SW2’s F0/5 as a trunk and only allow VLANs 100 and 200 to traverse through this trunk.
R5’s F0/1 interface should be configured to provide inter-VLAN routing using 100.1.1.100/24 and 200.1.1.100/24 as the gateway for the hosts in VLANs 100 and 200, respectively. This configuration should not modify the PortFast feature implemented in the previous task.

Task 5
Disable spanning tree PortFast on the F0/1 interface of SW2. Do not remove the spanning-tree PortFast default command to accomplish this task.