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Which security mechanism should be used?

A company has an FC SAN environment. The company’s network administrator wants to ensure that a
particular switch port cannot function as an EPort and cannot be used to create an interswitch link. Which
security mechanism should be used?

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A.
Persistent port disable

B.
Virtual SAN

C.
Port type locking

D.
Port binding

Explanation:

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One Comment on “Which security mechanism should be used?

  1. pete EMC says:

    Answer C is correct IMO. From the student Guide:
    “The port security controls such as port locking and port-type
    locking complement fabric binding by helping to prevent unauthorized access to a switch. Port
    locking persistently (even after a switch reboot) prohibits an unused switch port from being used.
    Port-type locking can be used to restrict how a specific switch port is used, such as preventing it
    from being initialized as an inter-switch link.”




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