Which command is used to replicate HTTP connections from the Active to the Standby Cisco ASA appliance in failover?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
The correct answer to the question is option C, "failover replication http."
In a Cisco ASA failover configuration, the primary Active ASA continuously replicates its connection and configuration state to the secondary Standby ASA to ensure continuity of service in the event of a failure. HTTP connections can also be replicated to the Standby ASA, allowing for uninterrupted web browsing and other HTTP-based services.
To enable HTTP replication, the "failover replication http" command is used. This command ensures that HTTP connections are continuously replicated to the Standby ASA, even during failover.
Option A, "monitor-interface http," is not a valid command for HTTP replication in failover.
Option B, "failover link fover replicate http," is not a valid command for HTTP replication in failover. The "failover link" command is used to configure the failover communication link between the primary and secondary ASAs.
Option D, "interface fover replicate http standby," is not a valid command for HTTP replication in failover.
Option E, "No command is needed, as this is the default behavior," is incorrect. While some failover configurations may have HTTP replication enabled by default, it is not the default behavior in all configurations.