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Actual exam question from Fortinet's NSE4_FGT-6.4
Question #: 34
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Which two statements are correct about SLA targets? (Choose two.)

  • A. You can configure only two SLA targets per one Performance SLA.
  • B. SLA targets are optional.
  • C. SLA targets are required for SD-WAN rules with a Best Quality strategy.
  • D. SLA targets are used only when referenced by an SD-WAN rule.
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Lionardo
Highly Voted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
B & D is correct.FortiGate_Infrastructure_6.4 page 80 A incorrect - You can configure more that 2 SLA targets C incorrect - SLA targets only required for Lower Cost (SLA) and Maximize Bandwidth (SLA)
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Carol254
Most Recent 1 week, 2 days ago
A. port-VLAN1 is the native VLAN for the port1 physical interface. B. port1-VLAN10 and port2-VLAN10 can be assigned to different VDOMs. C. Broadcast traffic received in port1-VLAN10 will not be forwarded to port2-VLAN10. D. Traffic between port1-VLAN1 and port2-VLAN1 is allowed by default.
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Carol254
1 week, 2 days ago
I think this set of answers make more sence
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MrSaintz
4 weeks, 1 day ago
Selected Answer: BD
Agree with Lionardo, B & D are correct.
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Miguex125
1 month ago
Answers B & D. Not B, because is only required for lower cost (sla) and maximize BW (sla )rules.
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Miguex125
1 month ago
Not C*
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DavidC91
3 months, 2 weeks ago
B & D FortiGate_Infrastructure_6.4 page 80
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KemalM
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Answer B & D Ref: Fortigate Infrastructure 7.0 Study Guide P.81
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forti_Ctes
4 months ago
B & D Correct.
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Pierrot26
4 months, 1 week ago
I think, it is B & C. A : false, because it 's possible to add more than 2 SLA Targets D : false, because it's possible to create a perfomance SLA without SDWAN rule
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jganuza
6 months, 4 weeks ago
B and D is correct!
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Ngeno
7 months, 1 week ago
Yes. B and D correct.
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Ishan_Dis
8 months, 3 weeks ago
B & D are correct
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aads
9 months ago
B and D are correct SLA targets are optional and only used when referenced by an SD-WAN policy
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jmt97
9 months ago
B and D are correct. When configuring Best Quality Strategy you have to select a "Measured SLA" just to analyze the result of the ping or whatever, you don't need to configure an SLA target with thresholds
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darkMmve
9 months, 1 week ago
B & D are correct. See infrastructure study guide, SD-WAN section, page 80
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davidone
9 months, 2 weeks ago
B and C are correct. A is incorrect. In OS 6.4 you can only use one SLA Target per performance SLA. In older OS maybe you can add more. B Correct. You can disable turning it off from the button of the Performance SLA configuration C Correct. D Incorrect. Yo can create a SLA Target but not necessary create a SD-WAN rule.
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ScottXYZ
1 month, 1 week ago
I listened to the training and I say C is incorrect and D is correct.. Yes you can create the SLA targets.. But the answers is NOT talking about creating it is talking about USING BD period!
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Merl
1 month, 1 week ago
The question is not about whether you can create it but about where they can be used.
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FeNadege
9 months, 3 weeks ago
B and C are Correct
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