You have a virtual network named VNET1 that contains the subnets shown in the following table: You have Azure virtual machines that have the network configurations shown in the following table: For NSG1, you create the inbound security rule shown in the following table: For NSG2, you create the inbound security rule shown in the following table: For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. Hot Area:
Correct Answer: Box 1: No – The NSG2 on the NIC of VM1 blocks the request that passes through NSG1 which is attached on the subnet. There is no priority bypass between NSGs. Traffic is filtered independently between NSGs.
Box 2: Yes – No rule explicitly blocks communication from VM1. The default rules, which allow communication, are thus applied.
Box 3: Yes – No rule explicitly blocks communication between VM2 and VM3 which are both on Subnet2. The default rules, which allow communication, are thus applied.
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