While evaluating conversation data you notice there is no eflow data from AMON. You log into the controller and confirm there is user activity in the dashboard. Would this be a correct statement about this situation?

An IntroSpect installation has been up for a day. While validating the log sources, you see an Aruba Firewall log source configured on a Packet Processor that has shown up on the interface in the analyzer. While evaluating conversation data you notice there is no eflow data from AMON. You log into the controller...

You are planning to configure ClearPass to send endpoint context to IntroSpect. You need to create a checklist of functions that must be enabled in ClearPass to support this. Is this an option that is required? (Time Source Now as part of the authorization in the service.)

You are planning to configure ClearPass to send endpoint context to IntroSpect. You need to create a checklist of functions that must be enabled in ClearPass to support this. Is this an option that is required? (Time Source Now as part of the authorization in the service.)A . YesB . No View Answer Answer:...

During a discovery at a large company, the customer asks if they can run IntroSpect on a segment of the network and only monitor a small group of users and servers as a trial. As their IT staff becomes familiar with the analytics, they want to expand the installation to the entire enterprise. Would this be a valid option for the customer? (The customer can deploy the analyzer at the first site and use whitelist/blacklist functions to contain the scope of the analytics to the smaller site.)

During a discovery at a large company, the customer asks if they can run IntroSpect on a segment of the network and only monitor a small group of users and servers as a trial. As their IT staff becomes familiar with the analytics, they want to expand the installation to the entire enterprise. Would...

While looking at the conversation page you notice some strange network behavior, such as DNS requests coming inbound from external DNS servers. Could this be the reason why? (One of your Packet Processors may be over subscribed and is dropping packets.)

While looking at the conversation page you notice some strange network behavior, such as DNS requests coming inbound from external DNS servers. Could this be the reason why? (One of your Packet Processors may be over subscribed and is dropping packets.)A . YesB . No View Answer Answer: B Explanation: https://community.hpe.com/t5/Comware-Based/Meaning-of-FFP-in-packet-drop/tdp/ 6071115#.XIH4nOdR2kw...

In a meeting with a customer that runs a fully automated manufacturing facility that is connected to the business and corporate offices, the operations manager asks why they need IntroSpect to monitor the manufacturing network. Is this a reason they should monitor the manufacturing network security? (Because the controllers and sensors do not store customer data or corporate intellectual property, even if the automation network was to be breached it would not expose anything valuable.)

In a meeting with a customer that runs a fully automated manufacturing facility that is connected to the business and corporate offices, the operations manager asks why they need IntroSpect to monitor the manufacturing network. Is this a reason they should monitor the manufacturing network security? (Because the controllers and sensors do not store...