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Fortinet Exam NSE4_FGT-7.2 Topic 5 Question 27 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE4_FGT-7.2 exam
Question #: 27
Topic #: 5
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How can you disable RPF checking?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Louann
22 hours ago
I actually think the answer is C. Unsetting fail-alert-interfaces seems like the right approach.
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Leandro
23 days ago
But A makes more sense because it's at the system level settings.
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Micaela
28 days ago
I disagree, I believe the answer is B.
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Leandro
29 days ago
I think the answer is A.
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Lizbeth
1 months ago
D) Disable fail-detect on the interface level settings.
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Huey
1 months ago
C) Unset fail-alert-interfaces on the interface level settings.
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Lyda
1 months ago
B) Disable src-check on the interface level settings.
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Novella
1 months ago
A) Disable strict-src-check under system settings.
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Dottie
1 months ago
How can you disable RPF checking?
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Margo
1 months ago
C) Unset fail-alert-interfaces on the interface level settings.
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Ruthann
1 months ago
B) Disable src-check on the interface level settings
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Nobuko
1 months ago
A) Disable strict-src-check under system settings.
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