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Nortel VPN Router Rls.7.0 Advanced
Configuration And Mgmt
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) has been configured to run as master on a
physical interface of a VPN Router. Three additional interfaces, each in a separate interface
group, have been associated with this master VRRP interface. Assume one of the three
additional interface has gone down. How will the VPN Router react?
A. It will force a VRRP fail-over.
B. It will reroute traffic to the associated VRRP master interface.
C. It will reroute traffic to one of the two remaining additional interface groups.
D. No action necessary, since two additional interfaces are available to the master.
A customer needs to provide fail-over support capability on their statically routed branch
office tunnels and would like to configure the VPN Routers with redundant static routes.
Which step can be used to configure static tunnels for fail-over?
A. Create a single static tunnel.
B. Give subsequent static routes a lower cost.
C. Configure static tunnel fail-over using keep-alive and/or idle time out.
D. Give the primary static route a higher cost.
A customer would like their remote users to be able to establish a VPN tunnel with an
alternate VPN Router, if the primary VPN Router fails. What would need to be configured
to ensure Fail-over protection?
A. Demand Services
B. Firewall and DHCP settings on the remote PC
C. Only LDAP group parameters
D. VPN Router user tunnel for IPSec fail-over service
In a VPN Router network, a technician has enabled the Fail-over feature so that all remote
users working offsite using the Nortel VPN Client will attempt to connect to one or more
alternate VPN Router devices if the primary VPN Ro