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Which are two uses of the NSX DLR protocol address?

Which are two uses of the NSX DLR protocol address? (Choose two.)

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A.
When configuring BGP the protocol address is used to forward traffic to peers.

B.
When configuring BGP the protocol address is used by the protocol to form adjacencies with peers.

C.
When configuring OSPF the protocol address is used to forward traffic to peers.

D.
When configuring OSPF the protocol address is used by the protocol to form adjacencies with peers.

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6 Comments on “Which are two uses of the NSX DLR protocol address?

    1. NSXFun says:

      B & D
      https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-NSX-for-vSphere/6.2/com.vmware.nsx.install.doc/GUID-6E985577-3629-42FE-AC22-C4B56EFA8C9B.html

      Enable OSPF.

      Click Edit at the top right corner of the window and click Enable OSPF
      In Forwarding Address, type an IP address that is to be used by the router datapath module in the hosts to forward datapath packets.
      In Protocol Address, type a unique IP address within the same subnet as the Forwarding Address. The protocol address is used by the protocol to form adjacencies with the peers.

      Protocol Address not Forwarding Address




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  1. seph9 says:

    Correct are:
    -When configuring BGP the protocol address is used by the protocol to form adjacencies with peers.
    -When configuring OSPF the protocol address is used by the protocol to form adjacencies with peers.




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