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Questions 4

Scenario: A Citrix Administrator manages an environment that has a Citrix ADC high availability (HA) pair running on two MPX appliances. The administrator notices that the state of the secondary Citrix ADC is ‘Unknown’.

What is causing the secondary state to be ‘Unknown’?

Options:

A.

The synchronization on the secondary appliance is disabled.

B.

TCP port 22 is disabled between the primary and secondary ADCs.

C.

The administrator made both Citrix ADCs primary.

D.

The remote procedure call (RPC) nodes are incorrectly configured.

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Questions 5

A Citrix Administrator needs to match the host name ‘www.example.com’ in all HTTP requests.

Which expression, when used, meets this requirement?

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Questions 6

Scenario: A company has three departments with proprietary applications that need to be load balanced on a Citrix ADC. The three department managers would like to use the same IP address to access their individual applications. This would mean configuring three load-balanced vServers, all using the same IP address.

What can the Citrix Administrator configure for this scenario?

Options:

A.

Three SNIPs with the same IP address on a Citrix ADC

B.

Three different Citrix ADCs that use the same IP address

C.

Three different admin partitions that allow use of the same IP address for each load-balanced vServer on a Citrix ADC

D.

Three different load-balanced vServers with three different IP addresses on a Citrix ADC

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Questions 7

Scenario: A Citrix Administrator configured a load-balancing vServer. The URL for this vServer is vpn.citrix.com. The backend server has the host name configured as server1.citrix.com.

The administrator needs to implement the policy to change the host name from vpn.citrix.com to server1.citrix.com, and vice versa.

Which does the administrator need to configure to meet this requirement?

Options:

A.

set transform action “host change” –priority 10 –reqUrlFrom “https://vpn.citrix.com/*” –reqUrlInto “https://

server1.citrix.com/*” –resUrlFrom “https://server1.citrix.com/*” –resUrlInto “https://vpn.citrix.com/*”

B.

set transform action “host change” –priority 10 –reqUrlFrom “https://server1.citrix.com/*” –reqUrlInto “https://

vpn.citrix.com/*” –resUrlFrom “https://server1.citrix.com/*” –resUrlInto “https://vpn.citrix.com/*”

C.

set transform action “host change” –priority 10 –reqUrlFrom “https://server1.citrix.com/*” –reqUrlInto “https://

vpn.citrix.com/*” –resUrlFrom “https://vpn.citrix.com/*” –resUrlInto “https://server1.citrix.com/*”

D.

set transform action “host change” –priority 10 –reqUrlFrom “https://vpn.citrix.com/*” –reqUrlInto “https://

server1.citrix.com/*” –resUrlFrom “https://vpn.citrix.com/*” –resUrlInto “https://server1.citrix.com/*”

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Questions 8

To protect an environment against Hash DoS attacks, which two configurations can a Citrix Administrator use to block all post requests that are larger than 10,000 bytes? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”)&&

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add rewrite policy drop_rewrite expr_hashdos_prevention DROP

> bind rewrite global drop_rewrite 100 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

B.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”)&&

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add responder policy pol_resp_hashdos_prevention expr_hashdos_prevention DROP NOOP

> bind responder global pol_resp_hashdos_prevention 70 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

C.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”) ||

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add responder policy pol_resp_hashdos_prevention expr_hashdos_prevention DROP NOOP

> bind responder global pol_resp_hashdos_prevention 70 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

D.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”) ||

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add rewrite policy drop_rewrite expr_hashdos_prevention DROP

> bind rewrite global drop_rewrite 70 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

E.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”) ||

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add responder policy pol_resp_hashdos_prevention expr_hashdos_prevention DROP NOOP

> bind responder global pol_resp_hashdos_prevention 100 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

F.

> add policy expression expr_hashdos_prevention “http.REQ.METHOD.EQ(\”POST\”) ||

http.REQ.CONTENT_LENGTH.GT(10000)”

> add rewrite policy drop_rewrite expr_hashdos_prevention DROP

> bind rewrite global drop_rewrite 100 END –type REQ_OVERRIDE

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Questions 9

set gslb vServer-GSLB-1-MIR ENABLED

What will the Citrix ADC appliance send when the above command is executed?

Options:

A.

The Remote GSLB service as the first record in the response and adds the remaining active services as additional records

B.

The Local GSLB service as the first record in the response and adds the remaining active services as additional records

C.

Only the best GSLB service in the response

D.

The best global server load balancing (GSLB) service as the first record in the response, and the remaining active services as additional records

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Exam Code: 1Y0-241
Exam Name: Deploy and Manage Citrix ADC with Traffic Management
Last Update: Dec 1, 2021
Questions: 64
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