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CheckPoint Exam 156-836 Topic 3 Question 12 Discussion

Actual exam question for CheckPoint's 156-836 exam
Question #: 12
Topic #: 3
[All 156-836 Questions]

What is the difference between Dual-Site and Dual-Room?

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Suggested Answer: A

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* [Maestro Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)]

* Maestro Dual Site configuration with a direct connection through L2 switches

* Dual Site Single Maestro Hyperscale Orchestrator Cluster (Dual Site Single MHO Redundancy)


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1 days ago
I believe Dual-Room is a kind of Dual-Site deployment within the same building.
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4 days ago
I think the difference is that Dual-Room is Active / Standby and Dual-Site is Active / Active.
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5 days ago
I'm pretty sure Dual-Room and Dual-Site are totally different things. B seems like the right answer to me.
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