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Question No: 61 – (Topic 2)

A network auditing team has observed activity from a virtual machine that may be an organization policy security breach. The vSphere administrator needs to stop network traffic from the virtual machine.

Which step should the administrator take?

  1. Enable Port Blocking on the vSphere Standard Switches in the organization and block the port on which the virtual machine is connected.

  2. Enable Port Blocking on each vSphere Standard Switch portgroup in the organization, then block the port on which the virtual machine is connected.

  3. Enable Port Blocking on each vSphere Distributed Switch portgroup in the organization, then block the port on which the virtual machine is connected.

  4. Enable Port Blocking on the vSphere Distributed Switches in the organization and block the port on which the virtual machine is connected.

Answer: C

Question No: 62 – (Topic 2)

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Why is the network configuration shown in the exhibit impossible?

  1. A single vmnic cannot be shared by two virtual switches.

  2. The MAC address of the Management Network VMkernel port is invalid.

  3. Virtual machines are not allowed to run on the same virtual machine port group as the vCenter Server Virtual Appliance.

  4. Virtual Machine Port Groups and VMkernel Ports are not allowed on the same virtual switch.

Answer: A

Question No: 63 – (Topic 2)

A virtual machine is receiving a large number of network packets, which is affecting the performance of other virtual machines connected to the same virtual network.

What should the vSphere administrator do to resolve the issue?

  1. Migrate the virtual machine to a standard switch that has been configured for ingress traffic shaping

  2. Configure the distributed switch to which the virtual machine is connected for ingress traffic shaping

  3. Migrate the virtual machine to a different port group on the same distributed switch

  4. Enable Network I/O Control on the standard switch to which the virtual machine is connected

Answer: B

Question No: 64 – (Topic 2)

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A vSphere administrator assigns VLAN 3389 to the Production port group on the VCP_DCV_Example vSphere Distributed Switch. After the change, users report a loss of connectivity to their applications. Further analysis provides the following data:

  • The cluster has not had a ESXi host failure.

  • Application functioned normally prior to the change.

  • The loss of connectivity occurred immediately following the change. Which condition would cause this loss of connectivity?

    1. The physical switch ports used by the vmnics have not been configured with 802.1Q.

    2. Maintenance Mode was initiated on one of the hosts in the cluster. Connectivity will resume after the virtual machines are migrated.

    3. All uplinks were removed from the VCP_DCV_Example switch and added to another

      virtual switch.

    4. A load balancing setting on the port group conflicts with the load balancing setting of the switch.

    Answer: A

    Topic 3, Plan and Configure vSphere Storage

    Question No: 65 – (Topic 3)

    Which controller is recommended for high disk I/O workloads?

    1. BusLogic Parallel

    2. LSI Logic Parallel

    3. LSI Logic SAS

    4. VMware Paravirtual

    Answer: D

    Question No: 66 – (Topic 3)

    What is a characteristic of Virtual SAN?

    1. It supports Virtual Machine Storage Policies.

    2. It supports multiple Virtual SAN clusters for each host.

    3. It supports native snapshots and SE Sparse disks.

    4. It supports storage attached through USB, Fibre Channel, or iSCSI.

    Answer: A

    Question No: 67 – (Topic 3)

    Which two statements are true regarding a new vSphere deployment that is using software FCoE boot from SAN? (Choose two.)

    1. Multi-pathing options must be configured by the vmkernel after boot.

    2. The adapter must support iBFT or UEFI.

    3. The adapter must support FBFT or FBPT.

    4. Multi-pathing options must be configured in the Boot ROM.

    Answer: A,C

    Question No: 68 – (Topic 3)

    What should an administrator do to configure multi-pathing using software iSCSI?

    1. Bind the VMkernel ports to the software iSCSI initiator

    2. Configure Zoning between the hosts and SAN switches

    3. Configure NIC teaming on the associated uplinks

    4. Ensure jumbo frames are enabled end-to-end

    Answer: A

    Question No: 69 – (Topic 3)

    A Windows Server 2008 virtual machine with the following configuration receives an Out of Space condition indicator:

  • The virtual machine uses thin provisioned virtual disks.

  • The VMFS5 datastore on which the virtual machine#39;s files reside is on a thin provisioned LUN.

  • 30% of the VMFS datastore content is no longer needed.

  • The storage array supports VASA and VAAI.

    Which action should the vSphere administrator take to resolve the Out of Space problem without requesting additional space on the storage array?

    1. Delete unneeded files on the VMFS datastore and then use vmkfstools to reclaim deleted blocks.

    2. Delete unneeded files on the VMFS datastore, right-click the datastore in vSphere Web Client, and then select the Reclaim Deleted Blocks option.

    3. Delete some files from the guest OS and defrag its file system.

    4. Delete some files from the guest OS and use vmkfstools to reclaim the deleted blocks.

    Answer: A

    Question No: 70 – (Topic 3)

    The current block size of a datastore in VMFS3 is 4MB. An administrator needs to upgrade the datastore to VMFS5 and wants to change it to 1MB block size.

    Which action should the administrator take?

    1. Upgrade the datastore to VMFS 5. Select the 1MB block size option during the upgrade.

    2. Create a new VMFS5 datastore with a 1MB block size. Migrate all virtual machines from the existing datastore to the new datastore, then delete the VMFS3 datastore.

    3. Upgrade the datastore to VMFS5. Use vmkfstools to change the block size on the upgraded datastore.

    4. Create a new VMFS5 datastore with a 1MB block size. Migrate all virtual machines from the existing datastore to the new datastore. Upgrade the virtual machine hardware on the migrated VMs, then delete the VMFS3 datastore.

    Answer: B

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