What are two requirements of the network infrastructure to the access layer? (Choose two )
IPv4 connectivity among ESXi hosts provided by a spine-leaf network design.
IPv4 connectivity among ESXi hosts.
Increased MTU if the virtual machines are using the default MTU size of 1500.
A Redundant, Layer 3, Top-of-Rack network design to provide high availability to ESX hosts.
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I think B&C.
Me too. I think B&C is correct answer.
Based on following contents on Page 101, we can hint for it.
5.1 Topology Independent Design with NSX
The NSX enables a multicast free, controller based VXLAN overlay network. Its
extreme flexibility enables it to work with:
• Any type of physical topology – PoD, routed, or spine-leaf
• Any vendor physical switch
• Any install base with any topology – L2, L3, or a converged topology
• Any fabric where proprietary controls or interaction does not requires
The only two strict requirements for NSX from the physical network are IP
connectivity and jumbo MTU support.
Well, the question states Access Layer.. This will only be present if there are other layers like in a spine/leaf design so i guess that even if it runs on any design, the question is designed to trick us. I would go for AC even if BC would be just as right