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Fortinet Exam NSE6_FAC-6.4 Topic 5 Question 20 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE6_FAC-6.4 exam
Question #: 20
Topic #: 5
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You are the administrator of a global enterprise with three FortiAuthenticator devices. You would like to deploy them to provide active-passive HA at headquarters, with geographically distributed load balancing.

What would the role settings be?

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Suggested Answer: B

To deploy three FortiAuthenticator devices to provide active-passive HA at headquarters, with geographically distributed load balancing, the role settings would be:

One standalone primary, which acts as the master device for HA and load balancing

One cluster member, which acts as the backup device for HA and load balancing

One load balancer, which acts as a remote device that forwards authentication requests to the primary or cluster member device


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Jani
14 days ago
I see your point, User 3. Having a standalone primary can simplify management, but having two cluster members offers more resilience against failures.
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Scot
19 days ago
But wouldn't it be better to have one standalone primary, one cluster member, and one load balancer? That way we have a clear primary device.
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Delisa
28 days ago
I agree, having two cluster members ensures redundancy in case one fails, and the load balancer can distribute traffic efficiently.
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Delpha
29 days ago
I think the role settings should be two cluster members and one load balancer. That way we can ensure high availability and load balancing.
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Kaitlyn
1 months ago
I agree with you. Having two cluster members for redundancy is important.
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Amber
1 months ago
Option D seems to be the most effective for achieving active-passive HA and load balancing.
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Brandon
1 months ago
Definitely, the setup should prioritize both redundancy and load balancing.
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Casie
1 months ago
Having a backup load balancer in case of failure is a good measure.
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Desire
1 months ago
It's important to ensure that the load is balanced across the cluster members.
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Lavera
1 months ago
Agreed, having redundancy with two cluster members is crucial for high availability.
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Miss
1 months ago
I think having the load balancer for distributing the traffic is a smart choice.
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Annice
1 months ago
Option D) Two cluster members and one load balancer sounds like a good setup.
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Gabriele
1 months ago
I think the role settings should be two cluster members and one load balancer.
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