Scenario: The primary content switching vServer has gone down. To troubleshoot, a Citrix Administrator has issued the following command:
> show csvserver CSV
CSV (10.1.100.100:443) -- HTTPS Type: CONTENT
Last state change was at Mon Jun 29 15:20:43 2020
Time since last state change: 1 day, 06:47:58 610
Client Idle Timeout: 180 sec
Down state flush: ENABLED
Disable Primary vServer On Down: DISABLED
Appflow logging: ENABLED
Port Rewrite: DISABLED
State Update: DISABLED
Default: Content Precedence: URL
vServer IP and Port insertion: OFF
Persistence: NONE redirect: http://www.site1.com/mysite1/maintenance
Listen Policy: NONE
Traffic Domain: 0
Based on this output, where will the subsequent request be redirected?
Scenario: A Citrix Administrator manages an environment that has three SSL websites, all serving the same content.
The administrator would like to consolidate the websites into a single, load-balanced SSL vServer.
What can the administrator bind to use a single SSL vServer?
Scenario: A Citrix Administrator suspects an attack on a load-balancing vServer (IP address 192.168.100.25).
The administrator needs to restrict access to this vServer for 10 minutes.
Which Access Control List (ACL) will accomplish this?
To protect an environment against Hash DoS attacks, which two configurations can a Citrix Administrator use to block all post requests that are larger than 10,000 bytes? (Choose two.)
Scenario: A Citrix Administrator configured SNMP to send traps to an external SNMP system. When reviewing the messages, the administrator notices several entity UP and entity DOWN messages.
To what are these messages related?