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In which VMware NSX use case would VXLAN NOT be required?
A. L2 Bridging physical to virtual
B. NSX micro-segmentation
C. Active/Active Datacenter
D. Distributed Logical Routing
Which is required to support unicast mode in NSX?
A. Hardware VTEP
B. Distributed Logical Router
C. NSX Controller
D. NSX Edge
What needs to be deployed before configuring the identify Firewall?
A. Guest Introspection
B. Data Security
C. Network hit inspection
D. LDAP Integration
Which would best describe a workload in Compute Cluster 1 attached to a logical switch port group?
A. Within Compute Cluster 1, Layer 2 would function, but Layer 3 would fail.
B. Within Compute Cluster 1, Layer 2 would fail, and Layer 3 would fail.
C. Within ComputeCluster 1, Layer 2 would fail, but Layer 3 would function.
D. Within Compute Cluster 1, Layer 2 would function, and Layer 3 would function.
When creating a new security policy how is the default weight determined?
A. The default weight is equal to the highest defined weight plus 1000.
B. The default weight is incremented by 100, starting at 0.
C. The default weight is equal to the highest defined weight minus 1000
D. The default weight is equal to the highest defined weight
Which two statements are true regarding L2 Bridges and Distributed Logical Routers? (Choose two )
A. Each L2 bridge instance can only map to a single VLAN
B. There can only be one instance of an L2 bridge on a DLR
C. There can be multiple instances of an L2 bridge on a DLR
D. Each L2 bridge instance can map to multiple VLANs.
An NSX administrator is validating the setup for a new NSX implementation and inputs this command:
A. It helps verify that VXLAN segments are functional and the transport network supports the proper MTU size for NSX.
B. It helps verify that the source virtual machine is configured with the proper MTU size for NSX.
C. It helps verify that the NSX Controller is communicating with the destination VTEP.
D. It helps verify that the NSX Logical Switch is routing packets to the destination host.