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2017 Jan 101 practice exam

Q121. Without creating a user-defined region, what is the most specific group a topology recordcan identify? 

A. city 

B. country 

C. continent 

D. state/province 

E. region of country 

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Q122. How is persistence configured? 

A. Persistence is an option within each pool's definition. 

B. Persistence is a profile type; an appropriate profile is created and associated with virtual server. 

C. Persistence is a global setting; once enabled, load-balancing choices are superceded by the persistencemethod that is specified. 

D. Persistence is an option for each pool member. When a pool is defined, each member's definition includesthe option for persistence. 

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Q123. When using the setup utility to configure a redundant pair, you are asked to provide a "Failover Peer IP". 

Which address is this? 

A. an address of the other system in its management network 

B. an address of the other system in a redundant pair configuration 

C. an address on the current system used to listen for fail-over messages from the partner BIG-IP 

D. an address on the current system used to initiate mirroring and network fail-over heartbeat messages 

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Q124. Monitors can be assigned to which three resources? (Choose three.) 

A. NATs 

B. pools 

C. iRules 

D. nodes 

E. SNATs 

F. pool members 

G. virtual servers 

Answer: B,D,F 


Q125. A virtual server is listening at 10.10.1.100:any and has the following iRule associated with it: whenCLIENT_ACCEPTED { if {[TCP::local_port] equals 80 } { pool pool1 } elseif{[TCP::local_port] equals 443 }{ pool pool2 } If a user connects to 10.10.1.100 and port 22,which pool will receive the request? 

A. pool1. 

B. pool2. 

C. None. The request will be dropped. 

D. Unknown. The pool cannot be determined from the information provided. 

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Q126. Which statement about Generic Host Servers is true? 

A. GTM Systems can initiate a big3d agent on Generic Host Servers. 

B. GTM Systems cannot provide path metrics for Virtual Servers managed by a Generic Host Server. 

C. GTM Systems can monitor a Generic Host Server and can cause a Generic Host Serverto act as a Statistics Collection Server. 

D. GTM Systems can monitor a Generic Host Server but cannot cause a Generic HostServer to act as a Statistics Collection Server. 

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Q127. What is a characteristic of iQuery? 

A. It uses SSH. 

B. It uses SSL. 

C. It uses SCP. 

D. It uses HTTPS. 

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Q128. Which statement is true concerning a functional iRule? 

A. iRules use a proprietary syntax language. 

B. iRules must contain at least one event declaration. 

C. iRules must contain at least one conditional statement. 

D. iRules must contain at least one pool assignment statement. 

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Q129. When initially configuring the BIG-IP system using the config utility, which two parameters canbe set?(Choose two.) 

A. the netmask of the SCCP 

B. the IP address of the SCCP 

C. the port lockdown settings for the SCCP 

D. the netmask of the host via the management port 

E. the IP address of the host via the management port 

F. the port lockdown settings for the host via the management port 

Answer: D,E 


Q130. What is the difference between primary and secondary DNS servers? 

A. Only primary servers can issue authoritative responses. 

B. Primary servers host the original copy of the zone database file. 

C. Primary servers resolve names more efficiently than secondary servers. 

D. Secondary servers act as back-ups and will respond only if the primary fails. 

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