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Juniper JN0-696 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

Free JN0-696 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
Click the Exhibit button.
-- Exhibit --
{primary:node0}
user@host> show configuration chassis | display inheritance
cluster {
redundancy-group 1 {
node 0 priority 200;
node 1 priority 100;
interface-monitor {
ge-0/0/12 weight 255;
ge-5/0/12 weight 255;
}
}
}
-- Exhibit --
A customer reports that their SRX failover is not working as expected. They expected node1 to become the primary node for the control plane when interface ge-0/0/12 failed. However, when ge-0/0/12 failed, node0 remained the primary node. They send you the output shown in the exhibit.
What is causing this problem?
A. The interface-monitor configuration should be applied to redundancy-group 0.
B. The redundancy-group configuration should include the preempt parameter.
C. The weight parameter applied to ge-5/0/12 is too high.
D. The weight parameter applied to ge-0/0/12 is too low.
Answer: A

Q: 2
In preparation for future expansion, a user decides to configure a stand-alone SRX Series device for chassis-clustering mode. The user enters the command set chassis cluster cluster-id 0 node 0 reboot on the device. After the device reboots, the user sees this output:
user@host> show chassis cluster status error: Chassis cluster is not enabled.
user@host>
The device does not enter chassis-clustering mode.
What is the problem?
A. An SRX Series device will not enter chassis-clustering mode unless the fxp0 and fxp1 interfaces are defined in the configuration.
B. An SRX Series device will only enter chassis-clustering mode when it finds a peer that is also configured for chassis-clustering mode.
C. Cluster ID 0 is not valid for a chassis cluster.
D. Node ID 0 is not valid for a chassis cluster.
Answer: C

Q: 3
You recently configured the antivirus feature profile on your Junos device. The security policy is sending traffic for antivirus scanning. However, the traffic is being blocked and you repeatedly receive the system log message that the scan engine is not ready. You must not allow the traffic to be dropped when the scan engine is not ready.
Which action will resolve this problem?
A. Configure antivirus trickling to prevent the scan engine from timing out.
B. Configure an antivirus file scanning extension list to reduce the number of files for scanning.
C. Configure an antivirus fallback option to permit the traffic when the scan engine is not ready.
D. Configure an antivirus content size limit to minimize the scanning of large files.
Answer: C


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