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[100% off] HP0-J26 Designing Implementing HP SAN Solution Practice Exam


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Course Instructor: Top Hatrix Hub

Language: English


Sample Questions

Q) As you can prevent oversubscription in a multi-switch Fiber Channel SAN fabric?

a) Limiting the type of traffic using the connection Inter switch Link.

b) Use shorter distance cables.

c) Use more connections Inter switch connection between switches.

d) Use fiber optic cable LC-LC high quality.

Q) What is the maximum cable length allowed for an ISL operation 8Gb / s between two units of HP StorageWorks B-Series Switch?

a) 500 meters with any single-mode fiber optic cable

b) 380 meters with multimode optical fiber cable OM2

c) 150 meters with any multimode fiber optic cable

d) 50 meters with multimode optical fiber cable OM2

Q) You are configuring advanced enterprise zoning in a SAN fabric using 5.2x firmware. What is the maximum size of the zoning database? a) 96 KB

b) 256 KB

c) 1 MB

d) 5 MB

Q) It is designing a SAN fabric core-edge using 8 / 20q Fiber Channel switch. What is the maximum number of ISL, which can be used on each switch?

a) 16

b) 8

c) 6

d) 4

Q) When you must implement the division into areas of tissue? (Select two.)

a) when you want to limit the maximum number of node ports in a fabric, according to what is supported by the storage system

b) when it implemented inter-carrier channel switch connection between core switches

c) when you want to isolate known interaction problems in a heterogeneous environment SAN

d) when you want to improve SAN performance when the application runs slowly

d) when you have the HP OpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX operating systems connected to the same storage subsystem

Who this course is for:

  • Those who want to get knowledge on Certification & Check your Skill Test while attend this Practice Test

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