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Question No: 31

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There is an existing chassis cluster connected to the corporate network 192.168.1.0/24. You are asked to connect another department to this VLAN. To achieve this, you add a new chassis cluster to the network. After connecting to the network, the cluster experiences traffic problems. You have verified that the addresses and VLAN IDs are configured correctly.

Referring to the exhibit, which configuration would resolve this problem?

  1. user@SRX-3gt; set chassis cluster cluster-id 1 node 0 rebootuser@SRX-4gt; set chassis cluster cluster-id 1 node 1 reboot

  2. user@SRX-3# set chassis cluster redundancy-group 1 node 0 priority 100user@SRX- 3# commit

  3. user@SRX-3# set chassis cluster redundancy-group 1 preemptuser@SRX-3# commit

  4. user@SRX-3gt; set chassis cluster cluster-id 2 node 0 rebootuser@SRX-4gt; set chassis cluster cluster-id 2 node 1 reboot

Answer: D Explanation:

The reth MAC addresses are calculated based on the cluster IDs and two similar cluster IDs in the same network might cause a network impact due to overlapping virtual MAC entries.

Question No: 32

You are asked to troubleshoot a user communication problem. Users connected to the Trust zone cannot communicate with other devices connected to the same zone. These users are able to communicate with other devices in all other zones.

How should you resolve this problem?

  1. You must put each device in a separate subzone to allow internal communication.

  2. You must configure a security policy to allow intrazone communication.

  3. You must enable the allow-internal parameter under the Trust security zone.

  4. You must enable the all parameter for host inbound traffic for the zone.

Answer: B Explanation:

References: http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos12.1脳46/topics/example/security-srx- device-zone-and-policyconfiguring.html

Question No: 33

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Your customer reports that user1 is not able to access the protected resources on a dynamic VPN. To troubleshoot the connection issue between user1 and the protected resources you enable traceoptions.

Referring to the exhibit, which configuration steps are correct?

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  1. Option A

  2. Option B

  3. Option C

  4. Option D

Answer: A

Question No: 34

A customer downloaded and installed the IDP policy template. After copying the recommended templates and creating the needed policy, the customer deleted the templates. After the commit, the templates return.

Which command will prevent the templates from appearing again?

  1. user@srx# deactivate security idp active-policy Recommended

  2. user@srx# delete security idp idp-policy Recommended

  3. user@srx# set security idp security-package automatic

  4. user@srx# deactivate system scripts commit file templates.xsl

Answer: D Explanation:

Delete or deactivate the commit script file. By deleting the commit script file, you avoid the risk of overwriting modifications to the template when you commit the configuration. Run one of the following commands:

user@host# delete system scripts commit file templates.xsl user@host# deactivate system scripts commit file templates.xsl

References: http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos12.1×47/topics/task/configuration/idp- predefined-policytemplate-downloading-and-using-cli.html

Question No: 35

Users begin complaining that they are not able to access resources. You start your troubleshooting by reviewing the security associations.

Which two methods would you use to troubleshoot this problem? (Choose two.)

  1. Use J-Web and select Monitor gt; IPsec VPN gt; Phase II.

  2. Issue the show security ike security-associations command.

  3. Use J-Web and select Monitor gt; IPsec VPN gt; Phase I.

  4. Issue the show command under the [edit security ike traceoptions] hierarchy.

Answer: A,B Explanation:

A. To view information about IKE security associations (SAs) select Monitorgt;IPSec VPNgt;IKE Gateway in the JWeb user interface

Cryptography is used to secure exchanges between peers during the IKE Phase 2 negotiations

B: The show security ike security-associations command displays information about Internet Key Exchange security associations (IKE SAs).

References: http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos12.3×48/topics/task/verification/security- vpn-monitoring.html

http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos12.1×47/topics/reference/command- summary/show-securityike-security-associations.html

Question No: 36

– Exhibit -user@SRX-1gt; show configuration security ike traceoptions { file ike-trace; flag all;

}

policy juniper { proposal-set standard;

pre-shared-key ascii-text quot;$ $ znCO hKMXtuMX – gTz quot;; ## SECRET-DATA

}

gateway juniper { ike-policy juniper; address 192.168.1.11; external-interface fe-0/0/7;

}

user@SRX-1gt; show configuration security ipsec traceoptions { flag all;

}

policy juniper { proposal-set standard;

}

vpn juniper { bind-interface st0.0; ike { gateway juniper;

ipsec-policy juniper;

}

}

user@SRX-1gt; show security ike security-associations

user@SRX-1gt; show security ipsec security-associations Total active tunnels: 0

user@SRX-1gt; show log ike-trace

Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_st_o_all_done: MESSAGE: Phase 1 { 0x3f669946 90eba0c7 – 0x76bdffab f8770040 } / 00000000, version = 1.0, xchg = Identity protect, auth_method = Pre shared keys, Responder, cipher = 3descbc, hash = sha1, prf = hmac-sha1, life = 0 kB / 28800 sec, key l

Jun 13 16:21:33 192.168.1.10:500 (Responder) -gt; 192.168.1.11:500 { 3f669946 90eba0c7

– 76bdffab f8770040 [-1] / 0x00000000 } IP; MESSAGE: Phase 1 version = 1.0, auth_method = Pre shared keys, cipher = 3des-cbc, hash = sha1, prf = hmac-sha1, life = 0 kB / 28800 sec, key

Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_encode_packet: Start, SA = { 0x3f669946 90eba0c7 – 76bdffab f8770040 } / 00000000, nego = -1

Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_send_packet: Start, send SA = { 3f669946 90eba0c7 – 76bdffab f8770040}, nego = -1, dst = 192.168.1.11:500, routing table id = 0

Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_send_notify: Connected, SA = { 3f669946 90eba0c7 – 76bdffab f8770040}, nego = -1 Jun 13 16:21:33 iked_pm_ike_sa_done: local:192.168.1.10, remote:192.168.1.11 IKEv1 Jun 13 16:21:33 iked_pm_id_validate id NOT matched.

Jun 13 16:21:33 P1 SA 3075313 timer expiry. ref cnt 1, timer reason Defer delete timer expired (3), flags 0x331.

Jun 13 16:21:33 iked_pm_ike_sa_delete_notify_done_cB. For p1 sa index 3075313, ref cnt 1, status: Error ok

Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_expire_callback: Start, expire SA = { 3f669946 90eba0c7 – 76bdffab f8770040}, nego = -1 Jun 13 16:21:33 ike_alloc_negotiation: Start, SA = { 3f669946 90eba0c7 – 76bdffab f8770040}

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You are troubleshooting a new IPsec VPN that is not establishing between SRX-1 and a remote end device.

Referring to the exhibit, what is causing the problem?

  1. Pre-shared key mismatch

  2. IKE Phase 1 proposals mismatch

  3. IKE Phase 1 IKE ID mismatch

  4. IKE Phase 2 proxy ID mismatch

Answer: C Explanation:

See line:

Jun 13 16:21:33 iked_pm_id_validate id NOT matched.

Question No: 37

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You are troubleshooting a connectivity issue between a remote branch office and your company headquarters using SRX Series devices.

Referring to the exhibit, which statement is true?

  1. The branch SRX Series device is running low on memory.

  2. An IPsec tunnel is flapping on the branch SRX Series device.

  3. The branch SRX Series device is continuously rebooting.

  4. The branch SRX Series device must be configured with RSTP.

Answer: B Explanation: Phase 2 is flapping. References:

https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=contentamp;id=KB10119amp;actp=search

Question No: 38

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You are troubleshooting a communication problem between a trust zone and an untrust zone in the network, where PC-1 cannot ping PC-2.

Referring to the exhibit, which configuration change on SRX-1 would resolve this problem?

  1. Configure proxy-arp under the [edit security nat] hierarchy.

  2. Add a security policy to allow ICMP traffic from the trust zone to the untrust zone.

  3. Add an address book entry for address 70.1.1.2.

  4. Add a security policy to allow ICMP traffic from the untrust zone to the trust zone.

Answer: A Explanation:

Incorrect:

B: This has already been done by permitting any source, any dest and any app. C: No address book is used in the policy, so no need for an address book entry.

D: Add a security policy to allow ICMP from untrust to trust; this one is not valid, as session is initiated from trust zone.

Question No: 39

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user@hostgt; show configuration security policies from-zone engineering to-zone hr policy new-policy { match {

source-address any; destination-address server1; application hr-data-feed;

}

then { permit;

} }

policy old-policy { match {

source-address pc1; destination-address server1; application any;

}

then { deny; log { session-init;

}

}

}

user@hostgt; show configuration security policies global

user@hostgt; show configuration security address-book | match server1 | display set set security address-book book2 address server1 172.19.55.20/32 set security address-book book3 address server1 172.20.11.18/32

user@hostgt; show configuration security address-book | match pc1 | display set set security address-book book1 address pc1 172.18.21.213/32

user@hostgt; show configuration applications application hr-data-feed { protocol tcp;

destination-port 38888;

}

user@hostgt; run show log flow-traceoptions | no-more Jun 13 15:54:09 host clear-log[2503]: logfile cleared

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:172.18.21.213/38362-

gt;172.19.55.20/38888;17gt; matched filter filter1:

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:packet [40] ipid = 38364, @423e421c

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:– flow_process_pkt: (thd 3): flow_ctxt type 15, common flag 0x0, mbuf 0x423e4000, rtbl_idx = 0

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: flow process pak fast ifl 70 in_ifp ge-0/0/8.0

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: find flow: table 0x49175b08, hash 9077(0xffff), sa 172.18.21.213, da 172.19.55.20, sp 38362, dp 38888, proto 17, tok 10

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: flow_first_create_session

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: flow_first_in_dst_nat: in 0/8.0gt;, out Agt; dst_adr 172.19.55.20, sp 38362, dp 38888

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: chose interface ge-0/0/8.0 as incoming nat if. Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:flow_first_rule_dst_xlate: DST no-xlate:

0.0.0.0(0) to 172.19.55.20 (38888)

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:flow_first_routing: vr_id 0, call flow_route_lookup(): src_ip

172.18.21.213, x_dst_ip 172.19.55.20, in ifp ge-0/0/8.0, out ifp N/A sp 38362, dp 38888,

ip_proto 17, tos 0

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:Doing DESTINATION addr route-lookup Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: routed (x_dst_ip 172.19.55.20) from

engineering (ge-0/0/8.0 in 0) to ge-0/0/10.0, Next-hop: 172.19.55.20

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT:flow_first_policy_search: policy search from zone engineering-gt; zone hr (0x0,0x95da97e8,0x97e8)

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: app 0, timeout 60s, curr ageout 60s Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: Error : get sess plugin info 0x4c390388

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.611915:CID-0:RT: Error : get sess plugin info 0x4c390388 Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.612416:CID-0:RT: packet dropped, denied by policy

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.612416:CID-0:RT: denied by policy old-policy(6), dropping pkt Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.612416:CID-0:RT: packet dropped, policy deny.

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.612416:CID-0:RT: flow didn#39;t create session, code=-1.

Jun 13 15:54:10 15:54:10.612416:CID-0:RT: — flow_process_pkt rc 0x7 (fp rc -1) – Exhibit –

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A user added the new-policy policy to permit traffic. However, they report that the traffic is still not permitted by the device.

Using the information in the exhibit, why is the device denying the traffic?

  1. The traffic does not match the address book entry used in new-policy.

  2. The traffic does not match the application specified in new-policy.

  3. The traffic is being denied by the more specific old-policy prior to the device evaluating new-policy.

  4. The traffic is the first packet in a flow, but is not a SYN.

Answer: B Explanation:

The application is TCP 38888 and the incoming packet is UDP 38888.

Question No: 40

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user@hostgt; show security flow session interface ge-0/0/10.0 Session ID. 29, Policy name: to-infrastructure/4, Timeout: 1250, Valid

Resource information : FTP ALG, 1, 0

In: 10.1.1.213/61892 -gt; 10.2.2.20/21;tcp, If: ge-0/0/8.0, Pkts: 25, Bytes: 1242 Out: 10.2.2.20/21 -gt; 10.1.1.213/61892;tcp, If: ge-0/0/10.0, Pkts: 18, Bytes: 1278

Total sessions: 1

user@hostgt; show interfaces ge-0/0/10 | match zone Security: Zone: infrastructure

user@hostgt; show interfaces ge-0/0/8 | match zone Security: Zone: finance user@hostgt; show configuration security policies from-zone infrastructure to-zone finance

user@hostgt; show log flow-traceoptions

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.059151:CID-0:RT:SPU received an event,type 112, common:3

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.059151:CID-0:RT:Rcv packet with rtbl idx 0, cos 0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.059151:CID-0:RT:SPU processing spu_flushed_pak, flag: 0x2, mbuf:0x423f6100

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060343:CID-0:RT:10.2.2.20/20-gt;10.1.1.213/64313;6gt; matched

filter filter2:

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:packet [64] ipid = 1614, @423fd19c

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:– flow_process_pkt: (thd 3): flow_ctxt type 15, common flag 0x0, mbuf 0x423fcf80, rtbl_idx = 0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: flow process pak fast ifl 71 in_ifp ge-0/0/10.0 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: ge-0/0/10.0:10.2.2.20/20-gt;10.1.1.213/64313,

tcp, flag 2 syn

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: find flow: table 0x49175b08, hash 34391(0xffff), sa 10.2.2.20, da

10.1.1.213, sp 20, dp 64313, proto 6, tok 8

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: no session found, start first path. in_tunnel – 0, from_cp_flag – 0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: flow_first_create_session

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:-jsf : preset sess plugin info for session 31 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: Allocating plugin info block for plugin(21)

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:[JSF] set ext handle 0x46389be8 for plugin 21 on session 31

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:asl_usp_get_l3_out_ifp_out_tunnel ASL IPV4 out_ifp = ge-0/0/8.0 for dst:10.1.1.213 in vr_id:0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT:SPU invalid session id 00000000

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060473:CID-0:RT: jsf drop pak pid 21, jbuf 0x4fcd7038, release hold 0, sess_id 0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: After jsf gate hit. sid 0xfb39, pid 0, cookie 0x1f, jbuf 0x15. rc = 1

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:RM populated xlate info for nsp2:

10.1.1.213/64313gt;10.2.2.20/20out_ifp = ge-0/0/8.0, out_tunnel = 0x0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_in_dst_nat: in 0/10.0gt;, out 0/8.0gt; dst_adr 10.1.1.213, sp 20, dp 64313

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_in_dst_nat: bypassed by RM Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_rule_dst_xlate: bypassed by RM Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_routing: bypassed by RM

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_policy_search: bypassed by RM Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_reverse_mip: bypassed by RM Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_src_xlate: bypassed by RM

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT: flow_first_get_out_ifp: bypassed by RM

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:is_loop_pak: No loop: on ifp: ge-0/0/8.0, addr: 10.1.1.213, rtt_idx:0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:[JSF]Normal interest check. regd plugins 18, enabled impl mask 0x0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 2, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 3, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 5, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060761:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 6, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 7, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 8, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 14, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: jsf_test_plugin_data_evh: 3

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 15, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 21, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 3

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 22, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 25, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 26, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 2

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf int check: plugin id 27, svc_req 0x0, impl mask 0x0. rc 4

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:[JSF]Plugins(0x0, count 0) enabled for session

= 4294967296, impli mask(0x0), post_nat cnt 31 svc req(0x0) Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:[JSF]c2s order list:

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: 21

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:[JSF]s2c order list:

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: 21

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: service lookup identified service 79.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: flow_first_final_check: in 0/10.0gt;, out 0/8.0gt;

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:flow_first_complete_session, pak_ptr: 0x48ae5ba0, nsp:

0x4c38e248, in_tunnel: 0x0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:construct v4 vector for nsp2

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: existing vector list 82-454e5c90.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: Session (id:31) created for first pak 82

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: flow_first_install_session======gt; 0x4c38e248

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: nsp 0x4c38e248, nsp2 0x4c38e2c8

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: make_nsp_ready_no_resolve()

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: route lookup: dest-ip 10.2.2.20 orig ifp ge- 0/0/10.0 output_ifp ge0/0/10.0 orig-zone 8 out-zone 8 vsd 0

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: route to 10.2.2.20

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:Doing jsf sess create notify

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:flow_delete_gate: invoked for gate 0x4c077c24 [id 1000003]

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:gate_start_ageout: ageout started for gate 0x4c077c24 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: jsf sess id ignore. sess 31, pid 21, dir 1, st_buf 0x0.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: jsf sess id ignore. sess 31, pid 21, dir 2, st_buf 0x0.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:All plugins have ignored session :31 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: existing vector list 2-454ecbd0.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT: existing vector list 2-454ecbd0. Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:-jsf create notify: plugin id 21. rc 3

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:flow_do_jsf_notify_session_creation(): natp(0x4c38e248): 0 SHORT_CIRCUITED. 0x00000000.

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:no need update ha

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:Installing c2s NP session wing Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.060975:CID-0:RT:Installing s2c NP session wing

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: flow got session. Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: flow session id 31

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: vector bits 0x2 vector 0x454ecbd0 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: tcp flags 0x2, flag 0x2

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: Got syn, 10.2.2.20(20)-gt;10.1.1.213(64313),

nspflag 0x1021, 0x20 Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT:mbuf 0x423fcf80, exit nh 0xa0010

Jun 13 14:44:01 14:44:01.061475:CID-0:RT: — flow_process_pkt rc 0x0 (fp rc 0) – Exhibit –

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While troubleshooting a device, you see that it is permitting packets for which it appears there is no policy.

Using the information in the exhibit, what is causing this behavior?

  1. It is permitted due to an ALG.

  2. It is permitted due to a stale policy.

  3. It is permitted due to a global policy.

  4. It is permitted due to a default permit policy.

Answer: A

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