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Fortinet Exam NSE7_SDW-7.2 Topic 1 Question 2 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_SDW-7.2 exam
Question #: 2
Topic #: 1
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Refer to the exhibit, which shows an SD-WAN zone configuration on the FortiGate GUI.

Based on the exhibit, which statement is true?

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Suggested Answer: B

Based on the exhibit, the 'corporate' zone contains no member (B). In the FortiGate GUI, zones without members do not display any interfaces listed under them, which is the case for the corporate zone in the exhibit. Reference: This conclusion is based on standard Fortinet GUI interpretation and the operational logic of SD-WAN zones as per Fortinet's guidelines and user interface standards.


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Dorothy
4 days ago
I think the answer is A) You can delete the virtual-wan-link zone because it contains no member.
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Lindsey
8 days ago
I also think it's D) because I counted the members in the overlay zone.
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Gladys
15 days ago
I disagree, I believe the answer is D) The overlay zone contains four members.
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Frederick
27 days ago
I think the correct answer is A) You can delete the virtual-wan-link zone because it contains no member.
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Tammara
1 months ago
You got that right! These SD-WAN configurations can be tricky, but we've got to stay sharp. I'm feeling confident about this one now.
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Delsie
2 months ago
I'd go with A. Deleting the virtual-wan-link zone seems like the most straightforward and logical choice since it has no members.
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Elly
2 months ago
Okay, let's take a look at the exhibit first. It shows the SD-WAN zone configuration, so we need to pay attention to the details there.
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Asha
2 months ago
Haha, good one! Alright, I think we're all in agreement then. A is the correct answer. Let's move on to the next question and hope it's not as tricky as this one!
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Telma
1 months ago
Haha, good one! Alright, I think we're all in agreement then. A is the correct answer. Let's move on to the next question and hope it's not as tricky as this one!
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Erick
1 months ago
A) You can delete the virtual-wan-link zone because it contains no member.
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Daniel
2 months ago
Hmm, this is an interesting question. I think it's trying to test our understanding of SD-WAN zone configurations on the FortiGate device. Let's see what the options are and see if we can figure out the right answer.
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Cherilyn
18 days ago
No, you can't move port1 from the underlay zone to the overlay zone.
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Ma
24 days ago
I think the overlay zone contains four members.
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Alba
2 months ago
Yeah, I agree. A is the way to go. It's the cleanest and most obvious answer. Plus, it'll leave more room for me to doodle on the exam paper!
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Evan
2 months ago
Alright, so it seems A, B, and D are true based on the exhibit. Now we just need to decide which one is the best answer.
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