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TypeNumber of exam questionsExam nameExam code
Free15Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower (SNCF)300-710
Question 1:

What is the result of enabling Cisco FTD clustering?

A. For the dynamic routing feature, if the master unit fails, the newly elected master unit maintains all existing connections.

B. Integrated Routing and Bridging are supported on the master unit.

C. Site-to-site VPN functionality is limited to the master unit, and all VPN connections are dropped if the master unit fails.

D. All Firepower appliances can support Cisco FTD clustering.


Correct Answer: C

“Remote access VPN is not supported with clustering. VPN functionality is limited to the control unit and does not take advantage of the cluster’s high availability capabilities.

If the control unit fails, all existing VPN connections are lost, and VPN users will see a disruption in service. When a new control unit is elected, you must re-establish the VPN connections.


Question 2:


Which two conditions are necessary for high availability to function between two Cisco FTD devices? (Choose two.)

A. The units must be the same version

B. Both devices can be part of a different group that must be in the same domain when configured within the FMC.

C. The units must be different models if they are part of the same series.

D. The units must be configured only for firewall-routed mode.

E. The units must be the same model.


Correct Answer: AE


Question 3:


On the advanced tab under inline set properties, which allows interfaces to emulate a passive interface?

A. transparent inline mode

B. TAP mode

C. strict TCP enforcement

D. propagate link state


Correct Answer: B

Click Advanced to set the following optional parameters:

CORRECT ANSWER (B) Tap Mode — Set to inline tap mode.

INCORRECT ANSWER Propagate Link State:

Link state propagation automatically brings down the second interface in the inline interface pair when one of the interfaces in an inline set goes down. When the downed interface comes back up, the second interface automatically comes

back up, also. In other words, if the link state of one interface changes, the device senses the change and updates the link state of the other interface to match it. Note that devices require up to 4 seconds to propagate link state changes. Link

state propagation is especially useful in resilient network environments where routers are configured to reroute traffic automatically around network devices that are in a failure state.


Question 4:


What are the minimum requirements to deploy a managed device inline?

A. inline interfaces, security zones, MTU, and mode

B. passive interface, MTU, and mode

C. inline interfaces, MTU, and mode

D. passive interface, security zone, MTU, and mode


Correct Answer: C

“minimum requirements” The answer is C: Inline interface, MTU and Mode Security zone is optional


Question 5:


What is the difference between an inline and an inline tap on Cisco Firepower?

A. Inline tap mode can send a copy of the traffic to another device.

B. Inline tap mode does full packet capture.

C. Inline mode cannot do SSL decryption.

D. Inline mode can drop malicious traffic.


Correct Answer: D


Copies the data to the SNORT Engine to be checked but then dropped while the actual data flow continues uninterrupted. Therefore, INLINE TAP does not send traffic to another device.

The Data is copied but not captured. You still would need to enable packet capture to capture packets (AKA Save PCAP).


Both inline and Inline Tap modes do not support SSL Decryption-resign… Although I’m a bit conflicted by this…

Truth is that Inline Mode can DROP malicious traffic but remember that Inline TAP mode CANNOT. Again this is because tap mode sends a copy of the data to be inspected but not the actual data.

Question 6:


With Cisco Firepower Threat Defense software, which interface mode must be configured to passively receive traffic that passes through the appliance?

A. inline set

B. passive

C. routed

D. inline tap


Correct Answer: B

In passive mode, only a copy of the traffic will be sent to FTD from a network device for traffic inspection, and original traffic never passes through it.

I think the answer should be “inline TAP,” in FTD interface configuration, we configure the mode as “none,” and in the inline pair section in the advanced tab, check the “Tap Mode:” option.

In FMC online help section:

In the Mode drop-down list, choose one of the following:

None-Choose this setting for regular firewall interfaces and inline sets. The mode will automatically be changed to Routed, Switched, or Inline based on further configuration.


Question 7:


Which two deployment types support high availability? (Choose two.)

A. transparent

B. routed

C. clustered

D. intra-chassis multi-instance

E. virtual appliance in public cloud


Correct Answer: AB



Question 8:


Which protocol establishes network redundancy in a switched Firepower device deployment?






Correct Answer: A


Question 9:


Which interface type allows packets to be dropped?

A. passive

B. inline




Correct Answer: B


Question 10:


Which Cisco Firepower Threat Defense, which two interface settings are required when configuring a routed interface? (Choose two.)

A. Redundant Interface

B. EtherChannel

C. Speed

D. Media Type

E. Duplex


Correct Answer: CE

Question 11:


Which two dynamic routing protocols are supported in Firepower Threat Defense without using FlexConfig? (Choose two.)



C. static routing




Correct Answer: BE

“static routing” is wrong, OSPF and BGP are the right choices, both can be configured with Smart CLI without FlexConfig Reference:

Question 12:


Which policy rule is included in the deployment of a local DMZ during the initial deployment of a Cisco NGFW through the Cisco FMC GUI?

A. a default DMZ policy for which only a user can change the IP addresses.

B. deny ip any

C. no policy rule is included

D. permit ip any


Correct Answer: C

There is no DMZ setup during the initial deployment of a CISCO NGFW using the FMC GUI… You would have to specify an interface designated to receive DMZ traffic, associate it to a security zone designated to DMZ traffic and lastly configure a policy to act on the DMZ traffic…

However, when creating a NEW access control policy you have to choose from one of the 3 default actions: Block all traffic Intrusion Prevention Network Discovery

So Technical C would be correct because there is no DMZ deployment during initial setup but if you were to set up a DMZ after initial setup you would most likely block all traffic by default and change it after to allow all traffic… Because it\’s a DMZ…

Question 13:


What are two application layer preprocessors? (Choose two.)







Correct Answer: BC


Question 14:


Which two OSPF routing features are configured in Cisco FMC and propagated to Cisco FTD? (Choose two.)

A. OSPFv2 with IPv6 capabilities

B. virtual links

C. SHA authentication to OSPF packets

D. area boundary router type 1 LSA filtering

E. MD5 authentication to OSPF packets


Correct Answer: BE

The Firepower Threat Defense device supports the following OSPF features:

Intra-area, inter-area, and external (Type I and Type II) routes.

Virtual links.

LSA flooding.

Authentication to OSPF packets (both password and MD5 authentication).

Configuring the Firepower Threat Defense device as a designated router or a designated backup router. The Firepower Threat Defense device also can be set up as an ABR.

Stub areas and not-so-stubby areas.

Area boundary router Type 3 LSA filtering.


Question 15:


When creating a report template, how can the results be limited to show only the activity of a specific subnet?

A. Create a custom search in Firepower Management Center and select it in each section of the report.

B. Add an Input Parameter in the Advanced Settings of the report, and set the type to Network/IP.

C. Add a Table View section to the report with the Search field defined as the network in CIDR format.

D. Select IP Address as the X-Axis in each section of the report.


Correct Answer: B



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