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Exam Code: S10–110
Exam Name: Storage Networking Foundations Exam
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NO.1 What would be placed in a Fibre Channel zone?
A. MAC address
B. IQN of an initiator
C. |p address
D. World Wide Port Name (WWPN)
Answer: B

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NO.2 What are two scenarios where using disk replication is a valid risk mitigation strategy? (Choose
A. a primary storage array non-recoverable hardware failure
B. system instability due to a bad OS update
C. an extended power failure at the primary site
D. information destruction due to a security breach
Answer: A,C

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NO.3 You want to improve disk space usage efficiency while maintaining high availability. In this
scenario, which solution satisfies this requirement?
D. RAID 10
Answer: D

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NO.4 Which feature would be used for SAN traffic isolation?
A. multi-pathing
B. volume management
C. failover
D. zoning
Answer: D

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