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When an administrator attempts to manage FortiGate from an IP address that is not a trusted host, what happens?
A. FortiGate will still subject that person’s traffic to firewall policies; it will not bypass them.
B. FortiGate will drop the packets and not respond.
C. FortiGate responds with a block message, indicating that it will not allow that person to log in.
D. FortiGate responds only if the administrator uses a secure protocol. Otherwise, it does not respond
A backup file begins with this line:
#config-version=FGVM64-5.02-FW-build589-140613:opmode=0:vdom=0:user=admin #conf_file_ver=3881503152630288414 #buildno=0589 #global_vdom=1 Can you restore it to a FortiWiFi 60D?
B. Yes, but only if you replace the “#conf_file_ver” line so that it contains the serial number of that specific FortiWiFi 60D.
C. Yes, but only if it is running the same version of FortiOS, or a newer compatible version.
Examine this log entry.
What does the log indicate? (Choose three.)
date=2013-12-04 time=09:30:18 logid=0100032001 type=event subtype=system level=information vd=”root” user=”admin” ui=http(192.168.1.112) action=login status=success reason=none profile=”super_admin” msg=”Administrator admin logged in successfully from http(192.168.1.112)”
A. In the GUI, the log entry was located under “Log & Report > Event Log > User”.
B. In the GUI, the log entry was located under “Log & Report > Event Log > System”.
C. In the GUI, the log entry was located under “Log & Report > Traffic Log > Local Traffic”.
D. The connection was encrypted.
E. The connection was unencrypted.
F. The IP of the FortiGate interface that “admin” connected to was 192.168.1.112.
G. The IP of the computer that “admin” connected from was 192.168.1.112.
Where are most of the security events logged?
A. Security log
B. Forward Traffic log
C. Event log
D. Alert log
E. Alert Monitoring Console
What determines whether a log message is generated or not?
A. Firewall policy setting
B. Log Settings in the GUI
C. ‘config log’ command in the CLI
Which of the following are considered log types? (Choose three.)
A. Forward log
B. Traffic log
D. Event log
E. Security log
What attributes are always included in a log header? (Choose three.)
What log type would indicate whether a VPN is going up or down?
A. Event log
B. Security log
C. Forward log
Which correctly define “Section View” and “Global View” for firewall policies? (Choose two.)
A. Section View lists firewall policies primarily by their interface pairs.
B. Section View lists firewall policies primarily by their sequence number.
C. Global View lists firewall policies primarily by their interface pairs.
D. Global View lists firewall policies primarily by their policy sequence number.
E. The ‘any’ interface may be used with Section View.
What protocol cannot be used with the active authentication type?
When configuring LDAP on the FortiGate as a remote database for users, what is not a part of the configuration?
A. The name of the attribute that identifies each user (Common Name Identifier).
B. The user account or group element names (user DN).
C. The server secret to allow for remote queries (Primary server secret).
D. The credentials for an LDAP administrator (password).
In “diag debug flow” output, you see the message “Allowed by Policy-1: SNAT”. Which is true?
A. The packet matched the topmost policy in the list of firewall policies.
B. The packet matched the firewall policy whose policy ID is 1.
C. The packet matched a firewall policy, which allows the packet and skips UTM checks
D. The policy allowed the packet and applied session NAT.
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