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Fortinet Exam NSE7_SDW-7.2 Topic 1 Question 3 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_SDW-7.2 exam
Question #: 3
Topic #: 1
[All NSE7_SDW-7.2 Questions]

Which type statements about the SD-WAN members are true? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: A, C

SD-WAN members can be manually ordered by changing their sequence number (A), which allows administrators to prioritize the interfaces according to the routing requirements. Also, VLAN interfaces can be used as SD-WAN members (C), providing flexibility in network design and the use of existing VLAN infrastructure within the SD-WAN setup.


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Osvaldo
3 days ago
I think option A is correct because you can define the sequence number of SD-WAN members.
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Vivienne
4 days ago
I'm not sure about C, but I think D is true. An SD-WAN member being able to belong to multiple zones seems logical to me.
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Danica
13 days ago
I agree with B makes sense to me, and I also think C is true because VLAN interfaces can be used as SD-WAN members.
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Mayra
29 days ago
I disagree with A. I believe B is true because virtual wire pair interfaces can be used as SD-WAN members.
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Ula
1 months ago
I think A is true because you can manually define the sequence number of SD-WAN members.
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Rupert
1 months ago
Agreed. This is a good opportunity to solidify our understanding of SD-WAN concepts. Let's make sure we get this one right and then move on to the next question. I'm feeling good about our chances on this exam!
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Annita
2 months ago
Hold on, I'm not sure about an SD-WAN member belonging to two or more zones. That sounds a bit questionable to me. I'd have to double-check the documentation on that one.
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Geraldine
2 months ago
I agree. This is a pretty straightforward question, but it's important to know the details of SD-WAN configuration. I'm pretty confident in my ability to answer this one.
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Hortencia
2 months ago
Haha, good one! But seriously, I think we should try to reason this out logically. Let's go through each option and see if we can find any clues in our knowledge about SD-WAN.
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Ronny
2 months ago
Hmm, this question looks like it's testing our understanding of SD-WAN configuration. I think the key here is to understand the different interface types and how they can be used as SD-WAN members.
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Yuette
2 days ago
B) Interfaces of type virtual wire pair can be used as SD-WAN members.
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Tawny
4 days ago
A) You can manually define the SD-WAN members sequence number.
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Ilda
2 months ago
You know, this question is really making me wish I had a crystal ball to see the right answers. Maybe we should all just start guessing randomly and hope for the best. *laughs*
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Pamella
1 months ago
Alright, let's go with A and C as our final answers.
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Nelida
1 months ago
Maybe, but let's stick with A and C for now.
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Chanel
1 months ago
I'm not entirely sure. Should we also consider option B just to be safe?
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Jeanice
1 months ago
Great, let's go with those then.
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Princess
1 months ago
Yeah, that makes sense. So the correct answers are A and C.
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Jodi
1 months ago
I agree, and I also believe option C is true as interfaces of type VLAN can be used as SD-WAN members.
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Oren
1 months ago
I think option A is true because you can manually define the SD-WAN members sequence number.
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Antonio
2 months ago
Ah, I think I recall something about VLAN interfaces being able to be used as SD-WAN members, so C could be correct as well.
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