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Question 1

A customer has a newly-deployed AHV cluster with nodes that have 2.x 10 GBE and 2.x interface. The customer wants to use all available network interfaces to provide connectivity to the VMs.

Which option should the administrator use to achieve this while remaining consistent with Nutanix recommendations?



Question 2

How should an administrator enable secure access to Volumes using a password?



Answer : B

https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/details/?targetId=Web-Console-Guide-Prism-v50:wc-block-services-enabling-t.html

Provision storage on the Nutanix cluster by creating a volume group. Create a client whitelist to enable access to the volume group by using the IP addresses or client initiator IQNs in a whitelist (as part of the volume group configuration). Create a secret for the volume group if you are using CHAP authentication.


Question 3

What requires iSCSI initiator configuration in the guest OS to use Volumes?



Answer : B

The only option that requires iSCSI initiator configuration in the guest OS to use Volumes is Microsoft Windows Failover Cluster.Volumes is an enterprise-class, software-defined block storage solution that exposes storage resources directly to virtualized guest operating systems or physical hosts using the iSCSI protocol7. To use Volumes, customers need to configure iSCSI initiators on their hosts or guest OSes. However, some applications or services can use native storage adapters instead of iSCSI initiators when running on AHV VMs. These include:

SQL Server Always On Availability Group: This is a high availability and disaster recovery solution for SQL Server databases that uses Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) and Availability Groups (AGs) as its core components. When running on AHV VMs, SQL Server Always On Availability Group can use native storage adapters instead of iSCSI initiators.

Oracle RAC: This is a clustered database system that provides high availability and scalability for Oracle databases. When running on AHV VMs, Oracle RAC can use native storage adapters instead of iSCSI initiators.

Exchange DAG: This is a group of up to 16 mailbox servers that hosts a set of databases and provides automatic database-level recovery from failures that affect individual servers or databases. When running on AHV VMs, Exchange DAG can use native storage adapters instead of iSCSI initiators.


Question 4

An administrator initially performed a cluster Foundation using a flat switch without any VLAN configuration. After the Foundation, the administrator moved the dual 25Gb data ports and single 1Gb IPMI port to the actual switches with the below network configurations:

. All VLANs are tagged

. VLAN 1000 for CVM\Hypervisor traffic

* VLAN 1001 for User VM traffic

. VLAN 100 for IPMI traffic

After moving the IPMI network links, the administrator can no longer ping the IPMI IPs.

Which two changes does the administrator need to make? (Choose two.)



Answer : A, C

The issue described pertains to the inability to ping the IPMI IPs after moving the IPMI network links to the actual switches with specific VLAN configurations. The two changes that the administrator needs to make are:

A . SSH to AHV and set the VLAN ID using IPMI Tool: Since all VLANs are tagged in the new network configuration, the IPMI network interface needs to be aware of the VLAN it's supposed to communicate on. This can be achieved by setting the VLAN ID using the IPMI Tool on the AHV.

C . SSH to AHV and change the IP address using IPMI tool: If the IPMI IP addresses were initially set in a different subnet that is not routable in the new network configuration, the administrator would need to change the IPMI IP addresses to match the new network configuration. This can be done by SSHing to the AHV and using the IPMI Tool to change the IP address.


Question 5

After deploying a cluster, time is not synchronizing properly.

What task needs to be performed?



Answer : B

The task that needs to be performed when time is not synchronizing properly after deploying a cluster is NTP configuration. In the Nutanix Multicloud Infrastructure (NCP-MCI) 6.5, Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the system time across all the nodes in a cluster. If the time is not synchronizing properly, it indicates that there might be an issue with the NTP configuration. Therefore, checking and correcting the NTP configuration would be the appropriate action to resolve this issue. The other options like DNS configuration, HA configuration, and SMTP configuration are not directly related to time synchronization in a cluster.


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