The VCP5-DCV Exam is a core component of the VCP-DCV certification. The certification requires a passing score on the exam and successful completion of a required VMware authorized course. The passing score for this VCP550D exam is 300, using a scaled scoring method. The scale is from 100-500.
The VCP5-DCV certification is a requirement for several certification tracks, including the VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Administration, the VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Design and the VMware Certified Design Expert 5 – Data Center Virtualization.
Share vmware certification VCP550D exam questions below.
A vSphere administrator enables and configures a Software iSCSI Initiator, and configures an iSCSI vmkernel portgroup with Port Binding. The SAN administrator creates a few LUNs on an iSCSI server. However, when the vSphere administrator adds the IP address of the iSCSI server in the Dynamic Discovery list, no iSCSI targets are detected. What condition would result in this behavior?
A. The iSCSI vmkernel portgroup and the iSCSI server are on different subnets.
B. The iSCSI server IP address should be entered in the Static Discovery instead of Dynamic Discovery list.
C. The network card bound to the iSCSI portgroup is 1Gbps Ethernet instead of 10Gbps.
D. A Software iSCSI Initiator cannot use Port Binding in conjunction with Dynamic Discovery.