Which two components are attributes of an ACI MIT managed object? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
In the context of Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Managed Object Model, the following two components are attributes of an ACI MIT managed object:
RN (Relative Name): It is a unique identifier for the managed object within its parent scope. RN is appended to the DN to form a complete path that identifies the managed object in the ACI fabric. For example, if a managed object's DN is uni/tn-TestTenant/ap-TestApp/epg-Web, its RN is "epg-Web". The RN can be used to reference the managed object in configuration and policy operations.
DN (Distinguished Name): It is a hierarchical identifier that uniquely identifies the managed object in the ACI fabric. The DN contains a sequence of relative names (RN) separated by slashes (/), starting from the root of the ACI object tree. For example, the DN for the same managed object mentioned above is "uni/tn-TestTenant/ap-TestApp/epg-Web". The DN identifies the absolute path of the managed object within the ACI fabric and is used in configuration and policy operations.
The other options listed in the question are not attributes of an ACI MIT managed object: