CCNA Routing and Switching
2 Broadcast Domain and 5 Collision Domain :
Broadcast Domain : As R1 has two ports so 2 broadcast domains because router has per-port broadcast domain.
Collision Domain : As routers and switches has per-port collision domain. so there are total 5 collision .
See Diagram : Collision Domain with Blue Color and Broadcast Domain with Red Color
D is the right answer.
Router : has Per-port broadcast domain & per-port collision domain.
Switch : has Single broadcast domain (by def) & per-port collision domain.
So, There are 2 broadcast domains & 5 Collision domains.
I think the Answer is B
Routers Provides A separate Broadcast Domain for each interface.
Switch Creates separate collision domains with a single broadcast , therefore it's 2 broadcast and 3 collisions as i see the diagram
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