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Exam 199-01 topic 2 question 68 discussion

Actual exam question from Riverbed's 199-01
Question #: 68
Topic #: 2
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Traffic going from Corp-A-DC-2 towards Corp-B will always use Link-1. Traffic from Corp-B back to Corp-A-DC-1 may traverse Corp-A-DC-1, over the GigaMAN before it reaches Corp-A-DC-2. No TCP connections are initiated from Corp-B to either Corp-A-DC-1 or Corp-A-DC-2. Unfortunately, the customer does not have any money to purchase any additional Steelheads. What are some possible fixes to ensure optimization occurs while Link-1 is operational? (If Link-1 ceases to function, optimization is not possible.) (Select 2)

  • A. Configure a fixed-target rule on the Corp-A-DC-2 Steelhead pointing to the Corp-B Steelhead on port 7800
  • B. On the Corp-B Steelhead, enable "in-path probe direct"
  • C. On the Corp-A-DC-2 Steelhead, enable "in-path probe direct"
  • D. Configure the Corp-A-DC-2 Steelhead to inject a route into the network
  • E. Enable Full Transparency
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Suggested Answer: AC

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Volkano
2 months, 3 weeks ago
in-path probe direct Sets probing with the SteelHead IP address. Syntax [no] in-path probe direct Parameters None Configuration Mode Commands | 433 in-path probe version Usage This command causes the probe responder to make the destination of the probe return a SYN/ACK for the in-path address of the client-side SteelHead. It is useful when you are configuring correct addressing for WAN visibility (transparency) and when you can only redirect LAN to WAN traffic at the client site. For details about WAN visibility, see the SteelHead Deployment Guide. The no command option disables the probe. Example amnesiac (config) # in-path probe direct > from Riverbed®Command-Line Interface Reference Manual
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