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Question: 63 You work for a university that is migrating to GCP. These are the cloud requirements: – On-premises connectivity with 10 Gbps – Lowest latency access to the cloud – Centralized Networking Administration Team New departments are asking for on-premises connectivity to their projects. You want to deploy the most cost-efficient interconnect solution for connecting the campus to Google Cloud. What should you do? A. Use Shared VPC, and deploy the VLAN attachments and Interconnect in the host project. B. Use Shared VPC, and deploy the VLAN attachments in the service projects. Connect the VLAN attachment to the Shared VPC’s host project. C. Use standalone projects, and deploy the VLAN attachments in the individual projects. Connect the VLAN attachment to the standalone projects’ Interconnects. D. Use standalone projects and deploy the VLAN attachments and Interconnects in each of the individual projects. Answer: A Question: 64 You are using a third-party next-generation firewall to inspect traffic. You created a custom route of 0.0.0.0/0 to route egress traffic to the firewall. You want to allow your VPC instances without public IP addresses to access the BigQuery and Cloud Pub/Sub APIs, without sending the traffic through the firewall. Which two actions should you take? (Choose two.) A. Turn on Private Google Access at the subnet level. B. Turn on Private Google Access at the VPC level. C. Turn on Private Services Access at the VPC level. D. Create a set of custom static routes to send traffic to the external IP addresses of Google APIs and services via the default internet gateway. E. Create a set of custom static routes to send traffic to the internal IP addresses of Google APIs and services via the default internet gateway.
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