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Fortinet Exam NSE7_EFW-7.2 Topic 4 Question 10 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_EFW-7.2 exam
Question #: 10
Topic #: 4
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Exhibit.

Refer to the exhibit, which contains the partial interface configuration of two FortiGate devices.

Which two conclusions can you draw from this con figuration? (Choose two)

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Suggested Answer: A, B

The Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) configuration in the exhibit indicates that 10.1.5.254 is set as the virtual IP (VRIP), commonly serving as the default gateway for the internal network (A). With vrrp-virtual-mac enabled, both FortiGates would use the same virtual MAC address, ensuring a seamless transition during failover (B). The VRRP domain does not use the physical MAC address (C), and the priority settings indicate that FortiGate-A would be the primary router by default due to its higher priority (D).


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Kathryn
8 days ago
I believe option B is correct because failover often involves transferring the same settings to the new primary device.
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Oren
12 days ago
I'm not so sure about option B. Can someone explain why the new primary device would use the same MAC address?
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Lanie
13 days ago
I agree with you, User1. Option A seems like a logical choice based on the configuration.
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Sherron
27 days ago
I think option A is correct because 10.1.5.254 is a common IP for a default gateway.
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Isaiah
2 months ago
I hear you, man. These questions can be so tricky sometimes. But I think you're right, A and C are the safest bets here. I'm just hoping I don't accidentally select the wrong answer due to test anxiety or something.
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Cortney
2 months ago
Well, I'm leaning towards option B and C. From what I know about VRRP, the primary device should use the same MAC address even after failover. And the VRRP domain would use the physical MAC address of the primary FortiGate.
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Bong
3 days ago
Yes, that's correct. The MAC address should remain the same on failover.
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Marvel
17 days ago
I agree with you, option B and C seem to make sense.
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Marisha
2 months ago
Definitely. I'm feeling fairly confident about options B and C, but I'm still a bit unsure about option D. Maybe we can do a quick review of the VRRP configuration to solidify our understanding.
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Brinda
2 months ago
Hmm, that makes sense. I'm also thinking option D might be correct, since FortiGate B is listed first in the configuration. But I could be wrong about that.
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Walker
2 months ago
Haha, yeah, these certification exams are notorious for trying to throw in a curveball answer like that. I'm going to go with A and C as my final answer. Anything else, and I might as well just start flipping coins.
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Burma
2 months ago
Hmm, that's a good point. I wasn't sure about B either. Maybe it's just trying to trick us with that one. As for D, I don't think that's correct since the configuration shows FortiGate A as the primary.
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Shay
2 months ago
Haha, yeah, it's always a gamble with these certification exams. They love to throw in those tricky little details that can trip you up. But I think we're on the right track with our analysis so far.
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Graciela
2 months ago
You know, I was also thinking A and C, but I'm not too sure about B. Wouldn't the new primary device use a different MAC address on failover? I'm curious to hear what the other candidates think about that.
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Adaline
2 months ago
I agree, A and C sound like the most logical answers based on the information provided. The VRRP configuration suggests that the primary FortiGate is using the physical MAC address, and the network diagram shows 10.1.5.254 as the default gateway.
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Dion
1 months ago
That's correct, the VRRP domain uses the physical MAC address of the primary FortiGate for failover.
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Rory
1 months ago
So, the failover would not use the same MAC address as the old primary device, right?
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Nobuko
1 months ago
I think you're right, A and C are the most likely conclusions from the exhibit.
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My
1 months ago
Yes, it seems like FortiGate A is the primary virtual router based on the configuration.
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Geraldine
1 months ago
C) The VRRP domain uses the physical MAC address of the primary FortiGate
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Norah
1 months ago
A) 10.1.5.254 is the default gateway of the internal network
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Ellsworth
2 months ago
This question seems pretty straightforward, but I'm not sure about the correct answers. I'm leaning towards A and C, but I want to hear what the rest of you think.
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