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Fortinet Exam NSE7_SDW-7.2 Topic 1 Question 6 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_SDW-7.2 exam
Question #: 6
Topic #: 1
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Which statement is correct about SD-WAN and ADVPN?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Ludivina
11 days ago
So, the correct statement is not A then. What about option D? Do we need to use IKEv2 on IPsec tunnels?
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Derick
15 days ago
I believe that is not the case. SD-WAN can dynamically establish and manage ADVPN shortcuts.
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Diane
16 days ago
But do you think routes for ADVPN shortcuts must be manually configured?
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Anglea
29 days ago
I agree, SD-WAN can indeed steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts over IPsec overlays.
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Catarina
1 months ago
I think the correct statement is B. SD-WAN can steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts.
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Rebbeca
2 months ago
I'm leaning towards D, just because IKEv2 seems to be the latest and greatest for IPsec these days. But I'm not 100% sure about that.
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Lynda
2 months ago
Wait, does SD-WAN monitor the health and performance of ADVPN shortcuts? That's an important detail to know.
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Alise
2 months ago
Haha, I bet the exam writers are trying to trip us up with these technical details. I'm going to go with my gut and say B as well. Sounds the most logical to me.
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Amie
10 days ago
Definitely, SD-WAN steering traffic to ADVPN shortcuts makes sense.
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Laurel
21 days ago
I agree, B sounds like the best choice.
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Ora
2 months ago
Hmm, I think B is the correct answer. SD-WAN can definitely steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts over IPsec overlays. That seems like a key capability of the technology.
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Lavonna
2 months ago
I remember something about manual configuration for ADVPN routes. That's got to be the catch here.
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Erasmo
2 months ago
I'm honestly not sure about this one. SD-WAN and ADVPN seem to be pretty complex topics. I'll have to guess and hope for the best.
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Ciara
2 months ago
Okay, let's break this down. SD-WAN can steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts, right? That's gotta be the key to this question.
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Annamaria
2 months ago
SD-WAN and ADVPN, huh? Sounds like a real brain-teaser. I hope I don't get stumped on this one.
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Maryanne
2 months ago
Hmm, I think I studied this in one of my networking classes. Let me see if I can recall the key points.
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Stephania
1 months ago
B) SD-WAN can steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts, established over IPsec overlays, configured as SD-WAN members.
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Georgene
1 months ago
A) Routes for ADVPN shortcuts must be manually configured.
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Omer
1 months ago
B) SD-WAN can steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts, established over IPsec overlays, configured as SD-WAN members.
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Bobbye
1 months ago
D) You must use IKEv2 on IPsec tunnels.
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Dominga
1 months ago
B) SD-WAN can steer traffic to ADVPN shortcuts, established over IPsec overlays, configured as SD-WAN members.
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Micaela
2 months ago
Wow, this SD-WAN and ADVPN question looks pretty tricky. I'm not too familiar with these technologies, but I'll give it my best shot.
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