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CCNA Security Chapter 9 Exam v2 Posted on December 11, 2015 by ccna7 CCNA Security Chapter 9 Exam Answer v2 Refer to the exhibit. An administrator creates three zones (A, B, and C) in an ASA that filters traffic. Traffic originating from Zone A going to Zone C is denied, and traffic originating from Zone B going to Zone C is denied. What is a possible scenario for Zones A, B, and C? 1. Search Find Us on Facebook Categories CCNA 1 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 1 v5.1 Introduction to Networks CCNA 1 v5.1 Online Assessement CCNA 2 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 2 V5.03 Routing and Switching Essentials CCNA 3 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 3 v5.03 Scaling Networks CCNA 4 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) We are trying to update every second to help you passed the exam. Home ITE (IT Essentials) CCNA1 CCNA2 CCNA3 CCNA4 CCNA Security CCNA PT Lab 2016 Be the first of your friends to like this CCNA Courseware Microsoft Linux Essentials Introduction to Linux I Introduction to Linux II About AdChoices CCNA Security Chapter 9 Exam v2 - CCNA Exam 2016 https://ccna7.com/ccna-security-exam-answer-v2/ccna-security-chapter... 1 of 12 12/3/2016 5:27 PM
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CCNA Security Chapter 9 Exam Answer v2 001 A – DMZ, B – Inside, C – Outside A – Inside, B – DMZ, C – Outside A – Outside, B – Inside, C – DMZ A – DMZ, B – Outside, C – Inside What is one of the drawbacks to using transparent mode operation on an ASA device? no support for IP addressing no support for management no support for using an ASA as a Layer 2 switch no support for QoS 2. What is a characteristic of ASA security levels? An ACL needs to be configured to explicitly permit traffic from an interface with a lower security level to an interface with a higher security level. Each operational interface must have a name and be assigned a security level from 0 to 200. The lower the security level on an interface, the more trusted the interface. Inbound traffic is identified as the traffic moving from an interface with a higher security level to an interface with a lower security level. 3. Refer to the exhibit. Two types of VLAN interfaces were configured on an ASA 5505 with a Base license. The administrator wants to configure 4. CCNA 4 v5.03 Connecting Networks CCNA Lab Exam CCNA Routing and Switching Courseware CCNA Security Exam Answer v1.2 (100%) CCNA Security Exam Answer v2 Cisco Learning ITE – IT Essentials v6.0 ITE v5.02 Exam 2015 100% Linux Essentials (LPI-010) LPIC-1 101 LPIC-1 102 Microsoft Learning Window Tip Home | CCNA Exam ITE (IT Essentials) CCNA1 CCNA2 CCNA3 CCNA4 Kid Trax Dodge Viper SRT 12V Ride On $279.00 CCNA Security Chapter 9 Exam v2 - CCNA Exam 2016 https://ccna7.com/ccna-security-exam-answer-v2/ccna-security-chapter... 2 of 12 12/3/2016 5:27 PM
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a third VLAN interface with limited functionality. Which action should be taken by the administrator to configure the third interface?
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