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Fortinet Exam NSE7_OTS-7.2 Topic 1 Question 1 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_OTS-7.2 exam
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Which two statements are true when you deploy FortiGate as an offline IDS? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: B, C

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Jimmie
2 days ago
I agree with Alishia. D makes sense because FortiGate can detect and block network attacks.
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Gearldine
3 days ago
But doesn't the traffic need to go through FortiGate for it to act as a network sensor?
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Alishia
9 days ago
I believe it's C and D.
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Gearldine
14 days ago
I think A and C are true.
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Lajuana
15 days ago
I agree with User3, option B makes sense for deploying FortiGate as an offline IDS.
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Iola
21 days ago
I believe option B is also true because network traffic needs to go through FortiGate for analysis.
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Frank
28 days ago
I agree with you, FortiGate receives traffic from port mirroring and acts as a network sensor.
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Cassie
29 days ago
I think option A and C are true for deploying FortiGate as an offline IDS.
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Felton
1 months ago
Alright, let's recap. The two true statements are A and C. B is also true, and D is false. Everybody got it?
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Dustin
2 months ago
Hmm, I think A and C are the correct answers. FortiGate receives traffic through port mirroring, and it acts as a network sensor in an offline IDS setup.
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Lorrie
2 months ago
Haha, yeah, option B is a classic trick question. They're trying to catch us out on the difference between inline and offline IDS. Good thing we're all paying attention!
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Daniel
9 days ago
Definitely, option B is a clear indicator of offline IDS.
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Lashandra
17 days ago
Yeah, we need to make sure we understand the difference between inline and offline IDS.
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Thomasena
2 months ago
Ah, I see. That makes sense. So FortiGate is just monitoring the traffic, not actually controlling it. That means option B about the traffic going through FortiGate is false.
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Stephaine
2 months ago
I'm not sure about this question. It seems a bit tricky, with several statements that could be true or false.
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Galen
2 months ago
I think options A and C are the correct answers. FortiGate receives traffic from a mirrored port, so it can act as a network sensor to detect attacks, but it doesn't actually process the live network traffic.
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Terrilyn
1 months ago
C) FortiGate acts as network sensor.
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Lennie
1 months ago
A) FortiGate receives traffic from configured port mirroring.
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Rikki
2 months ago
Hmm, this offline IDS question seems tricky. I'm not too sure about the difference between an inline and an offline deployment. Does anyone here have experience with FortiGate in this scenario?
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