Answer D QUESTION 45 When using Cookie Persistence on a synchronized redundant

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Answer: D QUESTION: 45 When using Cookie Persistence on a synchronized redundant pair of BIG-IPs, what configurations are necessary to ensure that persistence is not lost if a failover occurs? A. Cookie Persistence will not be maintained if failover occurs. B. Other than enabling Cookie Persistence, nothing needs to be done. C. Within the Pool's persistence properties, Mirroring must be selected. D. Select Cookie Persistence Mirroring under Advanced Properties/Cookie Persistence. Answer: B QUESTION: 46 What is the purpose of MAC masquerading? A. to trigger a BIG-IP failover when the network is unreachable B. to allow nodes to use just one default gateway address C. to minimize connectivity loss due to ARP cache refresh delays after a failover occurs D. to allow two BIG-IPs to be used in Active/Active mode Answer: C QUESTION: 47 Where is Persistence Mirroring configured? 16
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A. It is configured as a property of the Pool. B. It is not configured. It is a default feature. C. It is configured as a property of the Virtual Server. D. It is configured as a property of the Node. Answer: A QUESTION: 48 When Simple Persistence is configured and Persistence Mirroring is enabled, how
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