A Virtual System in Bridge Mode B Management Virtual System Interface C

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A. Virtual System in Bridge Mode B. Management Virtual System Interface C. External Virtual Router 24
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D. Internal Virtual Router E. Virtual System with VLAN interfaces Answer: A QUESTION: 69 What is the required to prevent loops in Virtual Systems in a Cluster XL environment? A. MPLS B. VRRP C. BPDU D. STP E. OSPF Answer: D QUESTION: 70 Security Policies enforced by Virtual Systems are applied to ___________ connected to the Virtual IP Stack. A. Warp Interfaces B. Warp and Virtual Interfaces C. All Interfaces D. Virtual Interfaces E. Physical Interfaces Answer: C QUESTION: 71 The External Virtual Router is associated with a dedicated interface. It is considered to be which type of interface? A. Physical B. Virtual C. Symbolic 25
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D. Synchronization E. Warp Answer: A QUESTION: 72 Which of the following MDS types allows you to create and manage a VSX Gateway? A. MDS Manager station B. MDS SmartCenter for VSX C. MDS Container station D. MDS VSX Integrator E. MDS MLM Answer: C QUESTION: 73 Which of the following can function as a Management Server for a VSX Gateway? A. Security Management Portal B. Check Point Integrity C. Provider-1 NGX; Multi-Log Monitor D. VPN-1/Firewall-1 Small Office E. SmartCenter Server Answer: B, E QUESTION: 74 When configuring Virtual Switch leading to the internet, which of the following items is required when creating a virtual switch object?
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