ECMS Practice Question - April 23rd

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SandroNardi
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ECMS Practice Question - April 23rd

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ECMS practice question

 

Which of the following MX types of routes has the highest priority?

 

  1. Non-Meraki VPN Peers
  2. Client VPN
  3. AutoVPN Routes
  4. Static Routes

 

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DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

Hey Friends!

 

Lucky Sandro is off on annual leave today, so I will provide the answer. 

 

This week the answer was ...

 

B.) Client VPN

 

 

Each type of route configured on the MX has a specific priority in comparison with other types of routes. The priority is as follows:

 

  1. Directly Connected
  2. Client VPN
  3. Static Routes
  4. AutoVPN Routes
  5. Non-Meraki VPN Peers
  6. BGP learned Routes
  7. NAT*

*If no routes are defined, then the traffic is NATed and sent out an active Internet interface. This only occurs while the MX is configured in Routed mode

 

All information can be found here: https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/Networks_and_Routing/MX_Routing_Behavior

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AB_LaDigue67
Getting noticed

 

Spoiler
B-elieve its Client VPN then Static Routes then Auto VPN Routes then Non-Meraki VPN  Peers
UCcert
Kind of a big deal

B > D > C > A

 

Useful reference doc

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/Networks_and_Routing/MX_Routing_Behavior

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Inderdeep
Kind of a big deal

B) Client VPN

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com ( Awarded by Cisco IT Blogs award 2020)
kYutobi
Kind of a big deal

🐝

Inderdeep
Kind of a big deal

@kYutobi : only Bee or Bumble Bee 😂

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com ( Awarded by Cisco IT Blogs award 2020)
kYutobi
Kind of a big deal

@Inderdeep BOTH!!! 😂

briangallagher
Conversationalist

I'll go with B, D, C then A

 

1. Directly Connected

2. Client VPN

3. Static

4. AutoVPN

5. Non Meraki VPN 

6. BGP

7. NAT

Lol, just re-read the question and I put the priority  order down 😂😂

defo read the questions carefully in the exam - it can cost you! 

DavidLowe
Meraki Employee

Hey Friends!

 

Lucky Sandro is off on annual leave today, so I will provide the answer. 

 

This week the answer was ...

 

B.) Client VPN

 

 

Each type of route configured on the MX has a specific priority in comparison with other types of routes. The priority is as follows:

 

  1. Directly Connected
  2. Client VPN
  3. Static Routes
  4. AutoVPN Routes
  5. Non-Meraki VPN Peers
  6. BGP learned Routes
  7. NAT*

*If no routes are defined, then the traffic is NATed and sent out an active Internet interface. This only occurs while the MX is configured in Routed mode

 

All information can be found here: https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/Networks_and_Routing/MX_Routing_Behavior

B thankful its B)ank Holiday UK Weekend!!!!!

Inderdeep
Kind of a big deal

@DavidLowe Thanks, we all get that right 🙂 

Regards
Inderdeep Singh
www.thenetworkdna.com ( Awarded by Cisco IT Blogs award 2020)

Maybe only us B rexit Bods

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