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This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series CCSE Revision Questions 156-315.77

CCSE Revision Questions 156-315.77 – Part 3

QUESTION 61

Type the command and syntax that you would use to view the virtual cluster interfaces of a ClusterXL environment.

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] cphaprob -a if [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 62

Type the command and syntax to view critical devices on a cluster member in a ClusterXL environment.

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] cphaprob -ia list [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 63

Type the command and syntax to configure the Cluster Control Protocol (CCP) to use Broadcast.

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] cphaconf set_ccp broadcast [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 64

Fill in the blank. In New Mode HA, the internal cluster IP VIP address is 10.4.8.3. The internal interfaces on two members are 10.4.8.1 and 10.4.8.2 Internal host 10.4.8.108 pings 10.4.8.3, and receives replies.

Review the ARP table from the internal Windows host 10.4.8.108. According to the output, which member is the standby machine?

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] 10.4.8.1 [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 65

Fill in the blank. In New Mode HA, the internal cluster IP VIP address is 10.4.8.3. An internal host 10.4.8.108 successfully pings its Cluster and receives replies. Review the ARP table from the internal Windows host 10.4.8.108. Based on this information, what is the active cluster member’s IP address?

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] 10.4.8.2 [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 66

Fill in the blank. In Load Sharing Unicast mode, the internal cluster IP address is 10.4.8.3. The internal interfaces on two members are 10.4.8.1 and 10.4.8.2. Internal host 10.4.8.108 Pings 10.4.8.3, and receives replies. The following is the ARP table from the internal Windows host 10.4.8.108. Review the exhibit and type the IP address of the member serving as the pivot machine in the space below.

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] 10.4.8.2

C:>arp
Interface 10.4.8.108 on interface 0x4

Internet Add Physical Address Type
10.4.8.1 00-b0-d0-b7-b5-d5 dynamic
10.4.8.2 00-01-03-34-e3-9d dynamic
10.4.8.3 00-01-03-34-e3-9d dynamic
[/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 67

To stop acceleration on a GAiA Security Gateway, enter command:

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] fwaccel off [/su_spoiler]

QUESTION 68

To bind a NIC to a single processor when using CoreXL on GAiA, you would use the command

[su_spoiler title=”Answer:” style=”default”] sim affinity [/su_spoiler]

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