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Reference: page 8 QUESTION 52 An administrator has enabled vSphere Distributed Switch Health Check. The hosts connected to that Distributed Switch all display an alert: vSphere Distributed Switch MTU supported status The administrator has all of the VMkernel ports MTU sizes set to 1600. Which action will remedy this problem? A. Configure the Distributed Switch to MTU 9100. B. Disconnect and reconnect the physical network cable. C. Configure the physical switch to MTU 1600. D. Disable the Distributed Switch MTU. Correct Answer: C - VCE Exam Simulator - Download A+ VCE (latest) free Open VCE Exams - VCE to PDF Converter - PDF Online
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Section: (none) Explanation Explanation/Reference: Explanation: You can increase the MTU size up to 9000 bytes. Therefore, a MTU of 9100 is not supported. The MTU configured in the VDS must match the physical switch configured MTU. Reference: - 48394D997F2A.html QUESTION 53 An administrator sees the following error in the log files: Which two events could be the source of the error message? (Choose two.) A. vCenter Server failure B. VXLAN failure C. Disk array failure D. Network failure E. ESXi host failure Correct Answer: CD Section: (none) Explanation Explanation/Reference: Explanation: To determine why the heartbeat, I/O operations never complete: Note the date/time when the lost access to volume message was reported and check the ESXi host logs for related information. Verify that there are no connectivity issues between the ESXi host and the storage device. Reference: - VCE Exam Simulator - Download A+ VCE (latest) free Open VCE Exams - VCE to PDF Converter - PDF Online
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QUESTION 54 Which Host Profile Subprofile configuration is used to configure firewall settings for ESXi hosts? A. Advanced Configuration Settings B. General System Settings C. Security D. Networking Correct Answer: C Section: (none) Explanation Explanation/Reference: Explanation: 1. On the first screen you can set a name and description for the profile. On the second screen, you’ll see a number of ESXi settings grouped under 5 generic sections or sub-profiles these being General, Advanced, Networking, Security and Storage. The firewall settings live under Security as shown in Figure 6. I only want to change firewall settings so I deselect any other checkbox save for the Firewall configuration bit. Pressing Finish commits the changes. QUESTION 55 An administrator is attempting to access an ESXi host via the DCUI but is unable to do so.
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