CheckPoint 156-836 Check Point Certified Maestro Expert - R81.X CCME Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

What type of cluster can a Security Group can be compared to?



Answer : A


Question 2

What is the maximum number of Appliances within the same Security Group?



Answer : C


Question 3

What is the purpose of interface bonding?



Answer : D


Question 4

There are two 10Gbps dual-port NICs and one 40Gbps NIC installed on a 23800 Appliance in slots 1, 2 and 3 accordingly. Which interfaces should be connected to Orchestrator 1 for downlinks' intra-

orchestrator redundancy when using two Orchestrators?



Answer : D


Question 5

What kinds of transceivers are supported on Orchestrator MHO-170?



Answer : C


Question 6

There are two 10Gbps dual-port NIC installed on a 6800 appliance. Which interfaces should be connected to Orchestrator 1 for downlinks' intra-orchestrator redundancy when using two Orchestrators?



Answer : B

The correct interfaces to connect to Orchestrator 1 for downlinks' intra-orchestrator redundancy when using two Orchestrators are Port 1 in Slot 1 and Port 1 in Slot 2. This is because each slot represents a different NIC, and each port represents a different physical link. By connecting two ports from different slots, the appliance can have redundant connections to the same orchestrator, and avoid a single point of failure in case of a NIC or link failure.

Reference

* Check Point 156-835 Certification Flashcards | Quizlet1

* Maestro Expert (CCME) Course - Check Point Software, page 182

* Maestro Technical Training, Module 2: Maestro Security Groups and the Single Management Object, slide 163


Question 7

Possibilities for a failure in a single SGM of a Security Group include.



Answer : C

One of the possible causes of a failure in a single SGM of a Security Group is that an administrator imported a hotfix into the CPUSE repository of a single SGM, instead of using the orchestrator to distribute the hotfix to all the SGMs in the Security Group. This can create a mismatch in the software versions and configurations of the SGMs, and lead to unexpected behavior and errors.

Reference

* Maestro Expert (CCME) Course - Check Point Software, page 251

* sk172923: The /var/log/messages file does not save Maestro Gaia Clish commands2

* sk180418: Security Gateway Member (SGM) is stuck after it is added to a Security Group with image auto cloning enabled on the Single Management Object (SMO)


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