CNS-225: Deploy and Manage Citrix ADC 13.x with Traffic Management Quiz Questions and Answers

A Citrix Administrator is configuring a Citrix ADC high availability (HA) pair and needs to ensure that one Citrix ADC is UP and primary at all times to ensure the business websites are always available. What does the administrator need to do to ensure that the Citrix ADCs still handle web traffic in the event that both nodes become unavailable or fail a health check?

Answer :
  • Configure HA Fail-safe mode on each Citrix ADC independently.

A Citrix Administrator has configured a Citrix ADC active-passive high availability (HA) pair. When the HA pair fails over, customers are unable to access the hosted websites. After some troubleshooting, the administrator found that the upstream router was NOT updating its ARP table. What can the administrator configure to resolve this issue?

Answer :
  • Virtual MAC

Which two options should a Citrix Administrator consider when adding a secondary device in a high availability (HA) pair? (Choose two.)

Answer :
  • Configure the HA status of the Primary Node as STAYPRIMAR
  • The nsroot password should be the same on both nodes.

A Citrix Administrator wants to configure independent and isolated access on a single appliance for three different departments to allow them to manage and isolate their own applications. How can the administrator isolate department-level administration?

Answer :
  • Configure admin partitions that use dedicated VLANs

A Citrix Administrator needs to match the host name ‘www.example.com’ in all HTTP requests. Which expression, when used, meets this requirement?

Answer :
  • HTTP.REQ.HOSTNAME.EQ(“www.example.com”)

A Citrix Administrator is troubleshooting a Citrix ADC issue. The administrator goes to the command line and from the Shell, tails the ns.log to view the log in real time to find the issue. After a few minutes, the administrator noticed that the logs stopped scrolling and the issue was missed. How can troubleshooting continue using the ns.log?

Answer :
  • The ns.log has reached its 100 KB limit. Press ‘CTRL+C’ to stop it from running and issue the command “tail-f ns.log” to resume.

A Citrix Administrator would like to configure the network in a way that will allow the traffic requests coming from the client to pass through the Citrix ADC, but the responses from the back-end resources will be sent directly to the client bypassing the Citrix ADC. Which feature can the administrator use for this configuration?

Answer :
  • Direct Server Return (DSR)

Which scenario will cause automatic high availability (HA) synchronization to fail?

Answer :
  • Different build versions

A user is attempting to access a web server which is load balanced by the Citrix ADC using HTTPS. The user received the following message: SSL/TLS error: You have not chosen to trust “Certificate Authority” the issuer of the server’s security certificate. What can a Citrix Administrator do to prevent users from viewing this message?

Answer :
  • Ensure that the intermediate Certificate is linked to the Server Certificate.

Citrix Administrator is configuring SNMP management on the Citrix ADC to receive alerts when something fails. The administrator was confident that the Manager, Alarms and SNMP Traps were configured correctly. The following week, there was a Citrix ADC-related outage and the administrator did NOT get any alerts. What could be the reason for the SNMP alert failure?

Answer :
  • The Community Name was NOT configured on the Citrix ADC SNMP Trap Destination settings.