vAsA Route Peering Configuration | CCIE Data Center Exam 400-151

vAsA Route Peering Configuration


While doing service insertion with vAsA with route peering, which two parts must be configured? (Choose two.)



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A. B. C. D.


When configuring service insertion with vAsA (virtual Application Service Appliance) with route peering, there are two parts that must be configured:

  1. The chassis must be specified when the L4-L7 device is created: When a virtual appliance is created, the system needs to know on which chassis the virtual appliance will run. This is important because the chassis will need to have enough resources available to support the virtual appliance. The chassis also needs to be able to communicate with the virtual appliance. Therefore, when creating the L4-L7 device, it is important to specify the chassis on which it will run.

  2. The route peering profile must be specified when the L4-L7 Service Graph template is created: The route peering profile is used to configure how the L4-L7 device communicates with the network. It defines the type of peering protocol, such as BGP or OSPF, and specifies the parameters for the peering session. When creating the L4-L7 Service Graph template, it is important to specify the route peering profile that will be used by the virtual appliance to communicate with the network.

Therefore, the correct options are A and D. The path for interfaces is not related to the service insertion with vAsA with route peering, and the VM name is not required to be specified when creating the L4-L7 device.