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Question No. 1

In which three cases does the ASA firewall permit inbound HTTP GET requests during normal operations? (Choose three).

Answer: A, B, D

Question No. 2

Which term refer to the electromagnetic interference that can radiate from cables?

Answer: A

Question No. 3

Which two 802.1x features can you enable by running the IOS authentication priority command? (Choose


Answer: D, E

Question No. 4

Which statement about an ASA in transparent mode is true?

Answer: A

Question No. 5

What improvement does EAP-FASTv2 provide over EAP-FAST?

Answer: A

As an enhancement to EAP-FAST, a differentiation was made to have a User PAC and a Machine PAC. After a successful machine-authentication, ISE will issue a Machine-PAC to the client. Then, when processing a user- authentication, ISE will request the Machine-PAC to prove that the machine was successfully authenticated, too. This is the first time in 802.1X history that multiple credentials have been able to be authenticated within a single EAP transaction, and it is known as “EAP Chaining”.

Source: identity-projects.html

Question No. 6

Which two characteristics of an application layer firewall are true? (Choose two)

Answer: A, C

Question No. 7

Which two NAT types allows only objects or groups to reference an IP address? (choose two)

Answer: A, C

Adding Network Objects for Mapped Addresses

For dynamic NAT, you must use an object or group for the mapped addresses. Other NAT types have the option of using inline addresses, or you can create an object or group according to this section.

* Dynamic NAT:

+ You cannot use an inline address; you must configure a network object or group.

+ The object or group cannot contain a subnet; the object must define a range; the group can include hosts and ranges.

+ If a mapped network object contains both ranges and host IP addresses, then the ranges are used for dynamic NAT, and then the host IP addresses are used as a PAT fallback.

* Dynamic PAT (Hide):

+ Instead of using an object, you can optionally configure an inline host address or specify the interface address.

+ If you use an object, the object or group cannot contain a subnet; the object must define a host, or for a PAT pool, a range; the group (for a PAT pool) can include hosts and ranges.

* Static NAT or Static NAT with port translation:

+ Instead of using an object, you can configure an inline address or specify the interface address (for static NAT-with-port-translation).

+ If you use an object, the object or group can contain a host, range, or subnet.

* Identity NAT

+ Instead of using an object, you can configure an inline address.

+ If you use an object, the object must match the real addresses you want to translate.

Source: nat_objects.html#61711

Question No. 8

Which components does HMAC use to determine the authenticity and integrity of a message? (Choose two.)

Answer: B, C

In cryptography, a keyed-hash message authentication code (HMAC) is a specific type of message authentication code (MAC) involving a cryptographic hash function and a secret cryptographic key. It may be used to simultaneously verify both the data integrity and the authentication of a message.


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