VCAN610 | What is determined when an NSX Administrator creates…

Question: 40

What is determined when an NSX Administrator creates a Segment ID Pool?

A. The range of VXLAN Network Identifiers (VNIs) that can be assigned to Logical Switches.
B. The total number of Logical Switches that can be deployed in a single Compute Cluster.
C. The range of VLAN segments that can be assigned to Transport Zones.
D. The total number of addresses that can be used to assign VTEP IP addresses to ESXi hosts during host preparation.

Answer: A

VCAN610 | Which two statements describe the network…

Question: 15

Which two statements describe the network connectivity provided by a vSphere Standard Switch (vSS)? (Choose two.)

A. A vSS provides a direct and logical connection between a virtual machine NIC and a physical NIC.
B. A vSS provides a direct and logical connection between two vSphere Distributed Switches.
C. A vSS connects the vNIC of a virtual machine to the physical network based on the bandwidth of the VM’s configured network adapter.
D. A vSS connects the vNIC of a virtual machine to the physical network and is not restricted to a specific bandwidth allocation based on the VM’s configured network adapter.

Answer: A, D

VCAN610 | Which two actions take place when an active NSX…

Question: 12

Which two actions take place when an active NSX Edge instance fails? (Choose two.)

A. Once the original NSX Edge instance is recovered, it preempts the other NSX Edge instance and takes over the active role.
B. The standby NSX Edge instance becomes the active instance and requests routing updates from the routing neighbors.
C. Once the original NSX Edge instance is recovered, the NSX Manager attempts to place it on a different host from the other NSX Edge instance.
D. The standby NSX Edge instance becomes the active instance and retains any routing neighbor adjacencies.

Answer: C, D

VCAN610|A colleague has been trying to configure….

Question: 9

A colleague has been trying to configure NIC teaming on an ESXi host and has asked for your assistance as he has been unable to locate the vSphere NIC teaming drivers from the NIC vendor. Which statement explains why your colleague cannot locate the drivers?

A. NIC teaming on virtual standard switches does not require any additional drivers.
B. The NIC teaming divers for supported network adapters are available from the vSphere software download site.
C. NIC teaming does not require special drivers on the hosts but it does require the installation of a vCenter Server Plugin.
D. NIC teaming is an advanced feature that is only available on virtual distributed switches.

Answer: A

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