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Fortinet Exam NSE7_EFW-7.0 Topic 2 Question 29 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_EFW-7.0 exam
Question #: 29
Topic #: 2
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Refer to the exhibit, which shows a session entry. Which statement about this session is true?

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Gary
12 days ago
I am not sure, it could also be an ICMP session.
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Ronny
19 days ago
I agree with Emma, it looks like an established TCP session.
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Joye
29 days ago
I think the correct answer is D.
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Diane
2 months ago
Ooh, I love a good challenge. This is where all those late nights studying are going to pay off. *cracks knuckles*
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Clay
6 days ago
I disagree, I believe it is option D) It is a TCP session in the established state, from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.5.1.
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Melita
21 days ago
I think it is option A) It is an ICMP session from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.5.1.
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Phung
2 months ago
Whew, that was a tough one. I'm glad we all worked together to figure it out. High-five, team!
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Roosevelt
1 months ago
High-five, team!
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Leonor
1 months ago
Great job everyone! We nailed it!
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Kendra
1 months ago
Actually, I think you're right about it being D). Nice work team!
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Dalene
1 months ago
Hmm, I still think it's A) It is an ICMP session from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.5.1.
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Tomas
1 months ago
I'm pretty sure it's D) It is a TCP session in the established state, from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.5.1.
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Krystina
1 months ago
No way, I think it's C) It is an ICMP session from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.1.1.
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Terry
1 months ago
A) It is an ICMP session from 10.1.10.10 to 10.200.5.1.
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Caprice
2 months ago
Option B seems to be the correct answer. The session is in the close_wait state, and the source and destination IPs match the exhibit.
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Luz
2 months ago
Woah, wait a minute. Is that a trick question? I feel like I'm missing something here. Time to really think this through.
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Denae
2 months ago
Option A is wrong because it says the session is ICMP, but the exhibit clearly shows a TCP session.
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Roxane
2 months ago
I agree with Candidate 3. The session details in the exhibit match option B perfectly. Good catch!
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Rolland
2 months ago
Alright, let's do this. Time to put my networking knowledge to the test. *rubs hands together* I've got this.
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Latrice
2 months ago
Ha, leave it to the exam writers to try and confuse us. Joke's on them, I'm an expert at spotting these kinds of tricks!
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Juan
2 months ago
Oh man, I hate questions like this. Just when you think you know the answer, they throw in some curveball. I'm going to have to read this carefully.
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Justine
2 months ago
Hmm, this question seems pretty straightforward. I'm a bit worried though, the options seem a bit tricky. I'll have to really analyze the session entry details to get this one right.
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