Which two statements about the multiple context mode running Version 9.x are true? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E. F. G.
Multiple context mode is a feature in Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) firewalls that allows a single physical appliance to be partitioned into multiple virtual devices. Each virtual device acts as an independent firewall with its own security policies, interfaces, and configurations.
The following are the two true statements about the multiple context mode running Version 9.x:
C. Remote access VPN is supported: Remote access VPN allows clients to connect securely to a private network over the internet. In multiple context mode, each context can support remote access VPNs independently, providing VPN connectivity to different groups of users. With version 9.x, remote access VPN is supported in multiple context mode.
E. OSPFv3 is supported: Open Shortest Path First version 3 (OSPFv3) is a routing protocol used for IPv6 networks. In multiple context mode, each context can run its own instance of OSPFv3, allowing for separate routing tables and policies. With version 9.x, OSPFv3 is supported in multiple context mode.
A. RIP is not supported: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a distance vector routing protocol used for IPv4 networks. With multiple context mode, each context can run its own instance of RIP, but with Version 9.x, RIP is not supported.
B. An interface cannot be shared by multiple contexts: In multiple context mode, each context has its own set of interfaces, and these interfaces are not shared by other contexts. An interface assigned to one context cannot be used by another context. This ensures separation of traffic and configurations between different contexts.
D. Only the admin and context configuration files are supported: Multiple context mode requires separate configurations for each context. With version 9.x, only the admin and context configuration files are supported, meaning that there is no support for the system configuration files.
F. Multicast feature is supported: Multicast is a routing protocol used for transmitting data to multiple recipients simultaneously. With version 9.x, multicast feature is not supported in multiple context mode.
G. Site-To-Site VPN feature is supported: Site-to-site VPN is a VPN connection between two or more networks. With multiple context mode, each context can support its own site-to-site VPN connections. With version 9.x, site-to-site VPN feature is supported in multiple context mode.