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1 Exam : EE0-511 Title : F5 BIG-IP V9 Local traffic Management Ver :

2 QUESTION 1 Which three methods can be used for initial access to a BIG-IP system? (Choose three.) A. serial console access B. SHH access to the management port C. SHH access to any of the switch ports D. HTTP access to the management port E. HTTP access to any of the switch ports F. HTTPS access to the management port G. HTTPS access to any of the switch ports Answer: E, F, G QUESTION 2 Which three files/data items are included in a BIG-IP backup file? (Choose three.) A. the BIG-IP license B. the BIG-IP log files C. the BIG-IP host name D. the BIG-IP administrator addresses Answer: A, C, D QUESTION 3 Which two statements are true concerning differences between BIG-IP platforms? (Choose two.) A. The 1500 host more ports than the 3400 B. All F5 switch ports are tri-speed; or 1000 Mbps. C. All BIG-IP platforms use both an ASIC and CPU(s) to process traffic. D. The 1500 and 3400 are in a 1U chassis while the 6400 is in a 2U chassis. E. The 1500,3400 and 6400 have grater SSL capabilities after the initial SSL handshake than the 1000, 2400, and 5100, Answer: A, D QUESTION 4 Which three methods are available for remote authentication of users allowed to administer a BIG-IP system through the Configuration Utility? (Choose three.) A. LDAP B. OCSP C. Radius D. VASCO E. Active Directory

3 Answer: A, C, E QUESTION 5 What is the default IP address on a BIG-IP's management port? A /16 B /24 C /16 D /24 QUESTION 6 Which two can be a part of a pool's definition? (Choose two.) A. rule(s) B. profile(s) C. monitor(s) D. persistence type E. load-balancing method Answer: C, E QUESTION 7 A site has six members in a pool. All of the servers have been designed, built, and configured with the same applications. It is known that each client's interactions vary significantly and can affect the performance of the servers. If traffic should be sent to all members on a regular basis, which load-balancing method is effective if the goal is to maintain a relatively event load across all servers? A. Priority B. Observed C. Round Robin D. Ration Member QUESTION 8 Which statement accurately describes the relation between the two load-balancing modes specified as "member" and "node"? A. There is no difference; the two terms referenced for backward compatibility purposes. B. When the load-balancing choice references "node", priority group activation is unavailable. C. Load-balancing options referencing "nodes" are available only when the pool members are defined for the "any" port. D. When the load-balancing choice references "node', the address' parameters are used to make the

4 load-balancing choice rather than the member's parameters. Answer: D QUESTION 9 A load-balancing virtual server has been associated with a pool with multiple members. Assuming all other settings are left at their defaults, which statement is always true concerning traffic processed by the virtual server? A. The client IP address is unchanged whether the traffic is between the BIG-IP and client or the BIG-IP and server. B. The server IP address is unchanged whether the traffic is between the BIG-IP and client or the BIG-IP and server C. The TCP port used in the client to BIG-Ip connection are the same as the TCP ports in the BIG-IP to server connection D. The IP addresses used in the client to big-ip connection are the IP addresses in the BIG-IP to server connection. Answer: A QUESTION 10 Which two properties can be assigned to a pool? (Choose two.) A. ratio values B. priority values C. health monitors D. connection limits E. load-balancing mode Answer: C, E QUESTION 11 Exhibit:

5 A virtual server is defined per the charts. The last five client connection were to members C,D,A,B,B. Given the conditions shown in the exhibit, if a client with IP address opens a connection to the virtual server, which member will be used for the connection? A :80 B :80 C :80 D :80 E :80 QUESTION 12 Which three statements concerning virtual serves are true? (Choose three.) A. Virtual servers support session persistence. B. Virtual servers can decrypt and re-encrypt SSL packets. C. Virtual servers can decrypt and re-encrypted SSH packets. D. Virtual servers ca translate the virtual server address toa chosen pool members address when processing traffic. Answer: A, B, D QUESTION 13 Which defining a monitor based on the HTTP template, which two options can be specified? (Choose two.) A. Send string B. Server name C. Timeout value

6 D. Pool association E. Pool member association Answer: A, C QUESTION 14 A monitor has been defined using the HTTP monitor template. The send and receive string were customized, but all other settings were left at their defaults. Which resources can the monitor be assigned to? A. any pool B. any node C. any virtual server D. only specific pool members Answer: A QUESTION 15 A site is load-balancing to a pool of web servers. Which statement is true concerning BIG-IP's ability to verify whether the web servers are functioning properly or not? A. Web server monitors can test the content on any page on the server. B. Web server monitors always verify the contents of the index.html page. C. Web server monitors can test whether the server's address I rechable, but cannot test a page's content. D. Web server monitors can test the content of static web pages, but connote query pages that would require the web server to dynamically find content. Answer: A QUESTION 16 A site would like to ensure that a given server's IP address is reachable prior to sending it client traffic. Which monitor template would be the simplest to use? A. TCP B. PING C. ICMP D. HTTP E. SNMP Answer: C QUESTION 17 When configuring a pool member's monitor, which three association options are available? Choose three.) A. Inherit the pool's monitor

7 B. Inherit the node's monitor C. Configure a default monitor D. Assign a monitor to the specific member E. Do not assign any monitor to the specific member Answer: A, D, E QUESTION 18 The current status of a given pool member is unknown? Which condition could explain that state? A. The member has no monitor assigned to it B. The member has a monitor assigned to it and the most recent was successful. C. The member has a monitor assigned to it and the monitor did not succeed during the most recent timeout period. D. The member's node has a monitor assigned to it and the monitor did not succeed during the most recent timeout period. QUESTION 19 You have created a custom profile named TEST2. the parent profile of TEST2 is named TEST1. if additional changes are made to TEST1.,want is the effect on test2? A. All changes to TEST1 are propagated to TEST2. B. Some of the changes to TEST1 may propagate to TEST2 C. Changes to TEST1 cannot affect TEST2 once TEST2 is saved. D. When TEST1 is changed, the administrator is prompted and can choose whether to propagates to TEST2. QUESTION 20 When can a single virtual server be associated with multiple profiles? A. Never. Each virtual server has a maximum of one profile. B. Often. Profiles work on different layers and combining profiles is common. C. Rarely. On combination, using both the TCP and HTTP profile does occur, but it is the exception. D. Unlimited, Profiles can work together in any combination to ensure that traffic types are supported in a given virtual server. QUESTION 21 You need to terminate client SSL traffic at the BIG-IP and re-encrypt it ater using an irule to choose a pool to process the data. Which two are profile types that would normally be associated with such a virtual server? (Choose two.)

8 A. FTP B. UDP C. HTTPS D. ClientSSL E. ServerSSL Answer: D, E QUESTION 22 You need to terminate client SSL traffic at the BIG-IP and also persist client traffic to the same pool based on a BIG-IP supplied cookie. Which four are profiles that would normally be included in the virtual server's definition? (Choose four.) A. TCP B. HTTP C. HTTPS D. ClientSSL E. ServerSSL F. Cookie-based persistence Answer: C, D, E, F QUESTION 23 What is the expected resulted if the source address persistence make is changed from to ? A. There would be no direct changes. B. More clients would match existing persistence records. C. Larger groups of clients would persist to the same pool members. D. A greater number of persistence records would probably be created. Answer: D QUESTION 24 Which cookie persistence method requires the least configuration changes on the web servers to be implemented correctly? A. hash B. insert C. rewrite D. passive QUESTION 25 Exhibit:

9 A virtual server is defined using a source-address based persistence rofile. The last five connections were A,B,C,A,C. Given the conditions shown in the exhibit, if a client with IP address opens a connection to the virtual to the virtual server, which member will be used for the connection? A :80 B :80 C :80 D :80 E :80 Answer: D QUESTION 26 Why is persistence an important feature of a load-balancing product? A. Persistence is only important when load-balancing HTTP applications. B. Client performance is enhanced when clients are to the same server over and over again. C. Some applications behave better when clients return to the same server return to the same server rather than any server in the pool. D. Persistence feature allow clients to bypass security features and therefore decrease client response time. Answer: C QUESTION 27 Which two profile types would be required with a virtual server so that cookle persistence is enabled? (Choose two.) A. TSP

10 B. UDP C. HTTP D. WWW E. Source address persistence Answer: A, C QUESTION 28 Exhibit: A virtual server is defined using a source=address based profile. The last five connections were A,B,C,A,C. Given the condition shown in the exhibit, if a client with IP address opens a connection to the virtual server, which member will be used for the connection? A :80 B :80 C :80 D :80

11 E :80 Answer: D QUESTION 29 Which statement is true concerning SSL termination? A. When the ClientSSL and ServerSSL options are combined, SSL processing is reduced on the servers. B. A virtual server that has both ClientSSL and ServerSSl profiles can still support cookie perersistence. C. Decrypting traffic at the BIG-IP allows the use of irules for traffic management, but increase the server load. D. When any virtual server uses a ClientSSl profile, all SSL traffic sent to the BIG-IP is decrypted before it is forwarded to servers. QUESTION 30 Assume a virtual server is configured with a client-side SSL profile. What the result be if the virtual server's destination port were not 443? A. SSL termination could not be performed if the virtual server's port was not port 443. B. Virtual servers with a ClientSSL profile are always configured with a destination port of 443. C. As long as client traffic was directed to the alternate port, the virtual server would work as intended. D. Since the virtual server is associated with a ClientSSL profile. It will always process traffic sent to port 443. Answer: C QUESTION 31 Which three statements are true about SANTs? (Choose three.) A. SNATs provide bi-directional traffic initiation. B. SNATs support UDP, TCP, and ICMP traffic. C. SNATs provide a many-to-one mapping between IP addresses. D. SNAT addresses can be identical to virtual server IP addresses., C, D QUESTION 32 A BIG-IP has two SNATs, a pool of DNS servers and a virtual server configured to load-balance UDP traffic to the DNS servers. One SNAT's address is ; this SNAT is defined for all addresses. The second SNAT's address is ; this SNAT is defined for three specific addresses, , , and The virtual server' destination is The SNATs and virtual server have default VLAN associations. If a client with IP address initiates a request to the virtual server, what is the source IP address of the packet as it reaches the chosen DNS server?

12 A B C D QUESTION 33 Which two statements are true about NATs? (Choose two.) A. NATs support UDP, TCP, and ICMP traffic. B. NATs provide a one-to-one mapping between IP addresses. C. NATs provide a many-to-one mapping between IP addresses. D. NAT addresses can be identical to virtual server IP addresses. Answer: A, B QUESTION 34 Give the rule below, which two statements are true? (Choose two.) Rule ExampleRule{ When HTTP _REQUEST { If { [ contains "f5"}{ Pool pool1 } else { pool pool2 } } } A. The following request would be sent to pool1 B. The following request would be sent to pool1 C. The following request would be sent to pool2 D. The following request would be sent to pool1 E. The following request would be sent to pool1 D QUESTION 35 Which statement is true concerning irules?

13 A. irules use a proprietary syntax language. B. IRules must contain at least one event declaration. C. IRules must contain at least one conditional statement. D. IRules must contain at least one pool assignment statement. QUESTION 36 Which statement is true concerning irule context? A. The context must be explicitly declared. B. The irule commend determines the context. C. The irule event declaration determines the context. D. The results of the irule's conditional statement determines the context. Answer: C QUESTION 37 Which three are events that can be used to trigger irule data processing? (Choose three.) A. HTTP_REQUESTT B. HTTP_REDIRECT C. CLIENT-ACCEPTED D. SERVER_SELECTED E. SERVER_REJECTED Answer: A, C, D QUESTION 38 Which statement is true concerning communication between a redundant pair of BIG-IP devices? A. Communication between the systems cannot be sffected by port lockdown settings. B. Data for both connection and persistence mirroring are shared through the same TCP connection. C. Regardless of the configuration, some data is communicated between the system at regular at regular intervals. D. Connection mirroring data is shared through the serial fail-over cable unless network fail-over is enabled. QUESTION 39 What is the purpose of floating self-ip addresses? A. to define an address that grant administrative access to either system at any time B. to define an address that allows either system to initiate communication at any time C. to define an address that allows network devices to route traffic via a single Ip address

14 D. to define an address that gives network devices grater flexibility in choosing a path to forward traffic Answer: C QUESTION 40 Which two statements describe difference between the active and standby systems? (Choose two.) A. Monitors are performed only by the active system. B. Fail-over triggers only cause changes on the active system. C. Virtual server addresses are hosted only by the active system. D. Configuration changes can only be made on the active system E. Floating self-ip addresses are hosted only by the active system Answer: C, E QUESTION 41 Which statement is true about the synchronization process, as performed by the Configuration Utility or by typing b Config sync all? A. The process should always be run form the standby system B. The process should always be run from the system with the latest configuration. C. The two /Config/bigip.cong configuration files are synchronized (made identical0 each time the process is run. D. Multiple files, including /Config/bigip_base.conf, are synchronized (made identical0 each time the process is run. Answer: C QUESTION 42 Which statement is true regarding fail-over? A. Hardware fail-over is disabled by default. B. Hardware fail-over can be used I conjunction with network failover. C. If the hardware fail-over cable is disconnected, both BIG-IP devices will always assume the active role. D. By default, hardware fail-over detects voltage across the fail-over cable and monitors traffic across the internal VLAN. QUESTION 43 Assuming there are open connections through an active system's NAT and a fail-over occurs, by default, what happens to the connections? A. All open connections will be lost. B. All open connections will be maintained C. The "Mirror" option must be chosen on the NAT and the setting synchronized prior to the connection

15 establishment. D. Long-live connections such as Telnet and FTP will be maintained while short-lived connections such as HTTP will be lost. E. All open connections are lost, but new connections are initiated by the newly active BIG-IP, resulting in minimal client downtime. QUESTION 44 What is the purpose of MAC masquerading? A. to prevent ARP cache errors B. to minimize ARP entries on routers C. to minimize connection loss due to ARP cache refresh delays D. to allow both BIG-IP devices to always use the same MAC address Answer: C QUESTION 45 Given that VLAN Fail-Safe is enabled on the external VLAN and the network that active BIG-IP's connected to has failed, which statement is always true the results A. The active system will note the failure in the HA table and may reboot. B. The active system will reboot and the standby will go into active mode. C. The active system will fail-over and the standby system will o into active mode D. The active system will restart the traffic management module to eliminate the possibility that BIG-IP is the cause for the network failure. Answer: A QUESTION 46 Assuming that systems are synchronized, which action could take place if the fail-over cable is connected correctly and working properly, but the system cannot communicate over the network due to external network problems? A. if network fail-over is enabled, the standby system will assume the active mode. B. Whether or not network fail-over is enabled, the standby system will stay in standby mode. C. Whether or not network fail-over is enabled, the standby system will assume the active mode. D. if network fail-over is enabled, the standby system will go into active mode but only unit the network recovers. QUESTION 47 Which is connection mirroring configured?

16 A. it is an optional feature of each pool B. it is an optional active within an irule C. it is not configured; it is default behavior D. it is an optional feature of each virtual server. Answer: D QUESTION 48 Assume the bigd daemon fails on the active system. Which three are possible results? (Choose three.) A. the active system will restart the bigd daemon and continue in active mode. B. the active system will restart the tmm daemon and continue in active mode. C. the active system will reboot and the standby system will go into active mode. D. the active system will fail-over and the standby system will go into active mode. E. The active system will continue in active mode but gather member and node state information from the standby system. Answer: A.C.D QUESTION 49 Which tool captures a BIG-IP's configuration and logs? A. askf5 B. qkview C. bigtop D. tcpdump

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