Under which two policies is ACI allowed to configure management protocols such as SNMP and SYSLOG? (Choose two.)
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The correct answers for this question are A. Visibility & Troubleshooting and B. Fabric.
In Cisco ACI (Application Centric Infrastructure), the management protocols such as SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) and Syslog can be configured under certain policies. The two policies that allow the configuration of management protocols in ACI are:
Visibility & Troubleshooting Policy: The Visibility & Troubleshooting Policy is responsible for monitoring, analyzing, and troubleshooting the fabric. This policy is used to configure the management protocols such as SNMP and Syslog, which are used to collect data for monitoring and troubleshooting purposes. SNMP is used to monitor network devices, while Syslog is used to collect system log messages. By configuring these protocols under this policy, the fabric administrators can monitor and troubleshoot the fabric effectively.
Fabric Policy: The Fabric Policy is responsible for configuring the fabric-wide settings such as addressing, MTU, and LLDP. This policy can also be used to configure the management protocols such as SNMP and Syslog. By configuring these protocols under this policy, the fabric administrators can manage the fabric-wide settings and ensure that the fabric is functioning properly.
The other options, Trunk, VMM Domain, and Tenant BE, are not the correct policies for configuring the management protocols such as SNMP and Syslog in ACI.
Therefore, the correct answers for this question are A. Visibility & Troubleshooting and B. Fabric.