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Exam Code:JN0-230
Exam Name:Security, Associate (JNCIA-SEC)
Certification Provider:Juniper
Free Question Number:35
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moc   - Jan 21, 2021

No.# I think the correct answer is A...

moc   - Jan 21, 2021

No.# I think the correct answer is C...

Josef   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# Carrect is C,D because switche have Firewall filters also, but screens and UTM are only on security devices.

Josef   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# Correct is B and C.
A functional zone is used for special purposes, like management interfaces. Currently, only the management (MGT) zone is supported. Management zones have the following properties:
Management zones host management interfaces.
Traffic entering management zones does not match policies; therefore, traffic cannot transit out of any other interface if it was received in the management interface.
Management zones can only be used for dedicated management interfaces.

Josef   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# Correct is C

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# the correct answer is A

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is B

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is A

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is D

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# the correct answers are : C,D

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answers are : C and D

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is :A

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answers are : C,D

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is B,C

moha   - Jul 08, 2020

No.# The correct answer is : C

moha   - Jul 07, 2020

No.# The correct Answer is : A

moha   - Jul 07, 2020

No.# correct answer : A,C

moha   - Jul 07, 2020

No.# The correct answer is : B,C
Explanation: "https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/topic-map/security-zone-configuration.html"

Moha   - Jul 07, 2020

No.# The correct answer: C

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answer is A

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answer is C

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answers are B and C
"Destination NAT rules specify two layers of match conditions:
Traffic direction—Allows you to specify from interface, from zone, or from routing-instance.
Packet information—Can be source IP addresses, destination IP address or subnet, destination port numbers or port ranges, protocols, or applications.

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# the correct answer is D.
"The Web filtering lets you to manage Internet usage by preventing access to inappropriate Web content. There are four types of Web filtering solutions:
Redirect Web filtering—The redirect Web filtering solution intercepts HTTP and HTTPS requests and sends them to an external URL filtering server, provided by Websense, to determine whether to block the requests.
Redirect Web filtering does not require a license.
Local Web filtering—The local Web filtering solution intercepts every HTTP request and the HTTPS request in a TCP connection. In this case, the decision making is done on the device after it looks up a URL to determine if it is in the whitelist or blacklist based on its user-defined category.
Local Web filtering does not require a license or a remote category server.
Enhanced Web filtering—The enhanced Web filtering solution intercepts the HTTP and the HTTPS requests and sends the HTTP URL or the HTTPS source IP to the Websense ThreatSeeker Cloud (TSC). The TSC categorizes the URL into one of the 151 or more categories that are predefined and also provides site reputation information. The TSC further returns the URL category and the site reputation information to the device. The device determines if it can permit or block the request based on the information provided by the TSC. Starting in Junos OS Release 17.4R1, Websense redirect support IPv6 traffic.

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# the correct answers are A and D.
"static NAT rules take precedence over destination NAT rules and reverse mapping of static NAT rules take precedence over source NAT rules."

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answer is B
"Address book entries can include any combination of IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, DNS names, wildcard addresses, and address range. You define addresses and address sets in an address book and then use them when configuring different features, such as security policies and NAT."

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answers are A and B
"Using a global policy is a convenient shortcut when there are many security zones. Traffic is classified by matching its source address, destination address, and the application that the traffic carries in its protocol header."

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# I think the correct answer is D
"global policies do not reference specific source and destination zones. Global policies reference the predefined address “any” or user-defined addresses that can span multiple security zones. Global policies give you the flexibility of performing actions on traffic without any zone restrictions. For example, you can create a global policy so that every host in every zone can access the company website, for example, www.juniper.net. Using a global policy is a convenient shortcut when there are many security zones. Traffic is classified by matching its source address, destination address, and the application that the traffic carries in its protocol header."

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answers are B and E

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# The correct answer is D

moha   - Jun 25, 2020

No.# I think to correct answers are A and C

SageDaReaper   - Jun 16, 2020

No.# Answer is A

Kailash Nailwal   - May 28, 2020

No.# Which two actions are performed on an incoming packet matching an existing session? (Choose two.)
A. Security policy evolution
B. Zone processing
C. Screens processing
D. Service ALG processing

Correct Answer should be C, D.

Kailash   - May 28, 2020

No.# What is the correct order of processing when configuring NAT rules and security policies?
A. Policy lookup > source NAT > static NAT > destination NAT
B. Static NAT > destination NAT> policy lookup > source NAT
C. Source NAT > static NAT > destination NAT > policy lookup
D. Destination NAT > policy lookup > source NAT > static NAT

Answer seems B for this question. Please correct

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