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Fortinet Exam NSE4_FGT-7.2 Topic 1 Question 26 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE4_FGT-7.2 exam
Question #: 26
Topic #: 1
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What is the primary FortiGate election process when the HA override setting is disabled?

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Suggested Answer: C

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Stefania
12 days ago
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Stephaine
15 days ago
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Pamella
19 days ago
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Martina
21 days ago
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Stefania
27 days ago
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Ashlyn
2 months ago
That's what I was thinking too! The system uptime definitely takes precedence over the HA uptime when the override setting is disabled.
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Helaine
1 months ago
Thanks for clarifying how the election process works!
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Lilli
1 months ago
I will keep that in mind for future reference.
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Gayla
1 months ago
Definitely, knowing the priority order can help troubleshoot issues more effectively.
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Leonor
1 months ago
It's important to understand the election process for HA failover.
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Annamaria
1 months ago
I always make sure to check the system uptime before anything else.
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Val
1 months ago
Agreed, system uptime is indeed prioritized over HA uptime in that scenario.
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Georgene
1 months ago
B
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Lashandra
2 months ago
Ugh, I hate these vendor-specific questions too. Why can't they just ask about standard networking protocols and concepts? I feel like I'm memorizing the manual instead of actually learning anything useful. *rolls eyes*
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Hassie
2 months ago
Hmm, let me think this through. I'm pretty sure it's option B - connected monitored ports, priority, system uptime, and then serial number.
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Avery
2 months ago
Yeah, I agree. It's important to know the nuances of the HA election process, especially when dealing with different settings like HA override.
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Marshall
2 months ago
I'm going with option A. It just seems the most logical to me, with the connected monitored ports being the primary factor, followed by priority, HA uptime, and then serial number. But who knows, the vendors love to throw curveballs in these exams.
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Graham
2 months ago
Hold on, are we sure the question is asking about the election process when the HA override is disabled? Maybe it's actually about the process when the HA override is enabled. That would change the answer, right? *scratches head*
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Kris
2 months ago
This question is pretty tricky. The HA override setting can really throw a wrench in the election process if you're not familiar with it.
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Afton
2 months ago
I hate these kind of questions that are so specific to a particular vendor's technology. Why can't they just ask about general networking concepts instead of making us memorize the details of some obscure HA algorithm? *grumbles*
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Andree
2 days ago
I agree, B) seems to make the most sense based on the options given.
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Malcom
13 days ago
I think the answer is B) Connected monitored ports > Priority > System uptime > FortiGate serial number.
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Omer
16 days ago
I know, these questions can be so frustrating sometimes.
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Fallon
2 months ago
Hmm, this is a tricky one. I think option C might be the right answer, as the HA uptime would be a more important factor than the system uptime when the HA override is disabled. But I'm not 100% sure, so I'll have to think about it some more.
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Sabine
2 months ago
I'm not too familiar with the FortiGate HA setup, but this question seems to be asking about the election process when the HA override setting is disabled. My guess would be option B, as it makes sense that the connected monitored ports, priority, and system uptime would be the deciding factors in that scenario.
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