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Fortinet Exam NSE7_SDW-7.0 Topic 2 Question 19 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_SDW-7.0 exam
Question #: 19
Topic #: 2
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What are two common use cases for remote internet access (RIA)? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: B, C

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Carman
2 days ago
I actually think B and D are the common use cases. Providing internet access through the hub and thorough inspection on spokes seem more practical to me.
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Tracie
15 days ago
I agree with Providing direct internet access on spokes and centralizing security inspection on the hub make sense.
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Ben
29 days ago
I think two common use cases for RIA are A and C.
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Daniel
2 months ago
You know, I was just thinking the same thing. I think all four options could be valid use cases, depending on the specific requirements and setup. I don't know, I'm starting to feel like this question is a bit of a trick question. Maybe the exam writers are trying to catch us out.
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Emelda
2 months ago
I'm not so sure about option D, though. Thorough inspection on the spokes? That doesn't really make sense to me.
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Mickie
2 months ago
Hmm, I'm not so sure about that. I think option B, providing internet access through the hub, could also be a valid use case. That way you can have a single point of control and inspection for all internet traffic. And I'm not convinced that thoroughly inspecting on the spokes is completely redundant - it could provide an extra layer of security.
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Carlee
18 days ago
I agree with that. But I also think option C, centralizing security inspection on the hub, is crucial for better security.
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Krystal
20 days ago
I think option A, providing direct internet access on spokes, is important for efficiency.
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Dong
1 months ago
D) Provide thorough inspection on spokes
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Dominga
1 months ago
Hmm, I'm not so sure about that. I think option B, providing internet access through the hub, could also be a valid use case. That way you can have a single point of control and inspection for all internet traffic. And I'm not convinced that thoroughly inspecting on the spokes is completely redundant - it could provide an extra layer of security.
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Lezlie
1 months ago
C) Centralize security inspection on the hub
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Lashaunda
1 months ago
B) Provide internet access through the hub
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Leana
1 months ago
A) Provide direct internet access on spokes
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Herman
2 months ago
Ah, I see. So options B and C would be the common use cases then, right? Providing internet access through the hub and centralizing security inspection.
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Leigha
2 months ago
I agree with Matt on the use cases. Option A and C make the most sense to me. Providing internet access through the hub, as in option B, seems inefficient and could create a bottleneck. And thoroughly inspecting on the spokes, as in option D, would be redundant if you've already got the centralized security inspection on the hub.
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Quentin
2 months ago
Ooh, I think I got it! RIA is when you access the internet through a centralized hub, instead of directly from the spoke locations. That way, you can manage security and access control more easily.
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Matt
2 months ago
Hmm, this is an interesting question. I think the two common use cases for remote internet access (RIA) are A) Provide direct internet access on spokes and C) Centralize security inspection on the hub. Providing direct internet access on the spokes allows users to access the internet without having to go through the hub, which can be more efficient. And centralizing security inspection on the hub ensures that all traffic is thoroughly inspected before reaching the spokes.
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Jillian
2 months ago
Hmm, let me think about this. I'm guessing it has something to do with accessing the internet from a remote location, like a satellite office or a mobile device.
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Annita
2 months ago
Yeah, me neither. I've heard the term before, but I'm not sure how it's different from just regular internet access.
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Billy
2 months ago
I think this question is a bit tricky. I'm not sure if I fully understand the concept of remote internet access (RIA).
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