Refer to the exhibit. An administrator creates three zones (A, B, and C) in an ASA that filters traffic. Traffic originating from Zone A going to Zone C is denied, and traffic originating from Zone B going to Zone C is denied. What is a possible scenario for Zones A, B, and C?

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Refer to the exhibit. An administrator creates three zones (A, B, and C) in an ASA that filters traffic. Traffic originating from Zone A going to Zone C is denied, and traffic originating from Zone B going to Zone C is denied. What is a possible scenario for Zones A, B, and C?

Network Security (Version 1) - Network Security 1.0 Practice Final Answers 02

Network Security (Version 1) – Network Security 1.0 Practice Final Answers 02

  • A – DMZ, B – Inside, C – Outside
  • A – Inside, B – DMZ, C – Outside
  • A – DMZ, B – Outside, C – Inside
  • A – Outside, B – Inside, C – DMZ
    Answers Explanation & Hints:

    ASA protects Network/Zone C (Inside) from unauthorized access by users on a Network/Zone B (Outside). It also denies traffic from Network/Zone A (DMZ) to access the Network/Zone C (Inside).

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