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Question 1)
You must create a VM that has an IPv6 address. How do you do it?

  • Create a dual-stack subnet, and create the VM with an IPv6 address.
  • Create a single-stack subnet, and create the VM with an IPv6 address.
  • Create a dual-stack network, and create the VM with an IPv6 address.
  • Create a single-stack network, and create the VM with an IPv6 address.

Question 2)
To set up hybrid deployments for DNS resolution, which type of DNS policy should you use?

  • Routing policy
  • Response policy
  • Traffic policy
  • Server policy

Question 3)
You want two VM instances in different VPC networks to communicate over internal IP addresses. Which feature lets you configure this capability?

  • Bring your own IP address to each VM.
  • Cloud DNS to direct traffic between the VMs.
  • Configure a custom static route between the VMs.
  • Set up two network interfaces on each VM.

 

Module Quiz Answers

Question 1)
Which IAM role contains permissions to create, modify, and delete networking resources, except for firewall rules and SSL certificates?

  • Network Viewer
  • Security Admin
  • Network Admin

Question 2)
Which type of IAM member belongs to an application or virtual machine instead of an individual end user?

  • Google Account
  • Service Account
  • Cloud Identity domain
  • Google Group

Question 3)
What are the three options for the target parameter of a firewall rule that defines the instances to which the firewall rule is intended to apply?

  • Specified target tags
  • All instances in the network
  • Specified service accounts
  • Specified IP ranges

 

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Question 1)
Sort the following steps for provisioning Shared VPC in Google Cloud:

1: A Shared VPC Admin enables shared VPC for the host project.
2: An Organization Admin nominates a Shared VPC Admin.
3: A Shared VPC Admin delegates access to some or all subnets of a shared VPC network by granting the Network User role.
4: A Network User creates resources in their Service Project.

  • 2->3->1->4
  • 4->1->3->2
  • 4->3->1->2
  • 2->1->3->4

Question 2)
Which of the following statements about VPC Network Peering is correct?

  • Subnet IP ranges can overlap across peered VPC networks.
  • Transitive peering is not supported.
  • Peered VPC networks do not remain administratively separate.
  • Both sides of a peering association are set up in one single step.

Question 3)
Which of the following approaches to multi-project networking uses a centralized network administration model?

  • Cloud VPN
  • Cloud VPN and Shared VPC.
  • Shared VPC
  • VPC Network Peering

 

Module Quiz Answers

Question 1)
When you use the internal IP address of the forwarding rule to specify an internal TCP/UDP load balancer next hop, the load balancer can only be:

  • In the same subnet as the next hop route.
  • In the same VPC network as the next hop route or in a peered VPC network.
  • In the same VPC network as the next hop route.
  • In the same subnet as the next hop route or a shared VPC network.

Question 2)
Where would you configure traffic management for a load balancer?

  • In the URL map
  • In the load balancer frontend
  • In the load balancer backend
  • In the load descriptor

Question 3)
CDN Interconnect provides:

  • A Cloud Interconnect connection between two or more Cloud CDN caches.
  • A Direct Interconnect connection between CDN providers and edge locations in the Google network.
  • A Direct Interconnect connection between CDN providers and your Cloud CDN cache.
  • A Direct Interconnect connection between CDN providers.

Question 4)
You can use hybrid load balancing to connect these environments:

  • Google Cloud, AWS, and on-premises
  • Google Cloud, other public clouds, and on-premises
  • Google Cloud and on-premises
  • Google Cloud and AWS