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HP0-J27 HP Advanced SAN Architecture
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QUESTION: 61 Which characteristics are common to iSCSI and parallel SCSI? (Select two.) A. Block level access to storage B. Requirement for protocol-specific HBAs C. Restricted to a maximum of 16 devices D. Copper cables restriction E. Initiator-target communication scheme Answer: A, E QUESTION: 62 What is the difference between a level 3 and level 4 High Availability fabric design? A. Multiple HBAs per server connected to different switches B. Multiple ISLs in a skinny tree switch configuration C. Multiple HBAs per server connected to different fabrics D. Multiple ISLs between physically separate data centers Answer: C QUESTION: 63 HP supported fabric virtualization solutions use the N-port ID Virtualization (NPIV) protocol. Which benefits does this protocol provide? (Select two.) A. Up to 32 ports can be on the back-end of a single NPIV enabled switch.
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