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QUESTION 36
Exhibit:
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The exhibit shows a data center that terminates all of the service chains into VRFs on the DC Gateway router. However, the DC Gateway router is reaching the limit of VRFs supported. Each service chain uses around 1.5 Gbps of bandwidth. According to Juniper Networks, what should you recommend to overcome this problem?

A.    Deploy MX104s and terminate each service chain in a different VRF on each MX Series device.
B.    Deploy vMXs and terminate each service chain in a different VRF on each vMX.
C.    Deploy SRX240s and terminate each service chain in a different VRF on each SRX Series device.
D.    Deploy vSRXs and terminate each service chain in a different VRF on each vSRX.

Answer: D

QUESTION 37
What are two characteristics of in-band network management? (Choose two.)

A.    A dedicated management channel is used so disruption in the core network does not affect the ability to manage devices.
B.    In-band network management is less complicated because a dedicated management channel is not used.
C.    A hardware solution, such as terminal server, is used to connect for device management.
D.    A network protocol, such as SSH or VNC, is used to connect for device management.

Answer: BD

QUESTION 38
From a network management perspective, a Virtual Chassis consisting of the five physical switches will appear as how many devices?

A.    0
B.    1
C.    2
D.    5

Answer: B
Explanation:
Juniper Networks Virtual Chassis technology, available on most Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switches and QFX Series Ethernet switches, addresses many data center and campus challenges by allowing multiple interconnected switches to behave, operate, and be managed as a single logical, high-bandwidth device.
https://www.juniper.net/assets/us/en/local/pdf/whitepapers/2000427-en.pdf

QUESTION 39
You are asked to recommend a stateful firewall solution for east-west traffic that will provide the best cost-to-performance ratio in your data center over a three year period. The devices that you recommend must be able to forward up to 4 Gbps of traffic. In this scenario, which device would you recommend?

A.    SRX550
B.    SRX240
C.    vSRX
D.    vMX

Answer: A
Explanation:
http://www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/security/srx-series/srx550/

QUESTION 40
A customer has multiple concerns about the effect that overloading their upstream links will have on their networking devices. In this situation, which two problems will VOQ minimize? (Choose two.)

A.    forward pressure
B.    head-of-line blocking
C.    back pressure
D.    error handling

Answer: BC


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