On which two features does ITD depend? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E. F.
ITD stands for Intelligent Traffic Director and it is a feature that is used for load balancing and traffic redirection in data centers. ITD provides a high-performance, scalable, and flexible solution for load balancing and traffic steering, and it can be used with any type of traffic, including TCP, UDP, and non-IP traffic.
The two features on which ITD depends are:
PBR (Policy-Based Routing): ITD uses PBR to redirect traffic based on a policy. The policy can be based on various criteria, such as source/destination IP address, protocol type, port number, or any combination of these. PBR allows ITD to steer traffic to the appropriate servers or devices based on the defined policy.
IP SLA (IP Service Level Agreement): ITD uses IP SLA to monitor the health of the servers or devices. IP SLA sends probes to the servers or devices to check their availability and responsiveness. If a server or device fails to respond to the probes, ITD will remove it from the pool of available servers or devices, and redirect traffic to the remaining healthy servers or devices.
Therefore, the correct answers are B. PBR and E. IP SLA. The other options, such as A. BFD, C. WCCP, D. Netflow, and F. interface-vlan BD, are not directly related to ITD.