Which is true when you omit the
interface-specific keyword and apply a
filter with a counter to multiple interfaces on a single Trio
Each filter independently counts the traffic on their respective interfaces
This is not supported;
interface-specific is required to apply
the same filter more than once
A single counter will sum the traffic from all interfaces
Both individual filter counters and a single aggregate counter is provided
How do you apply a physical interface policer?
With a policer that is marked as a
Directly to the IFD using the
By evoking the policer through one or more filters that use
statement, applied to their respective IFFs on each IFL that is
configured on the IFD
Both A and B
Both A and C
Which is true regarding a Layer 2 policer?
You cannot evoke via a firewall filter
The policer counts frame overhead, to include the FCS
You can apply at IFL level only, not under a protocol
family, using a
statement, and the policer affects all traffic for all families on
The policer can be color aware only when applied at egress
All of the above
A filter is applied to the main instance lo0.0 and a VRF is defined without its own lo0.n IFL. Which is true?
Traffic from the instance to the local control plane is filtered by the lo0.0 filter
Traffic from the instance to remote VRF destinations is filtered by the lo0.0 filter
Traffic from the instance ...