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What is the default maximum number of MFA devices in use per AWS account (at the root account level)?
Question 1 Explanation:
MFA devices in use by a user 1 http://docs.aws.amazon.com/IAM/latest/UserGuide/reference_iam-limits.html
Select the incorrect statement :
A. In Amazon EC2, the private IP addresses only returned to Amazon EC2 when the instance is stopped or terminated
B. In Amazon VPC, an instance retains its private IP addresses when the instance is stopped.
C. In Amazon VPC, an instance does NOT retain its private IP addresses when the instance is stopped.
D. In Amazon EC2, the private IP address is associated exclusively with the instance for its lifetime
Question 2 Explanation:
IPv4 address remains associated with the network interface when the instance is stopped and restarted, and is released when the instance is terminated.
Select the correct statement:
A. You don’t need not specify the resource identifier while stopping a resource
B. You can terminate, stop, or delete a resource based solely on its tags
C. You can’t terminate, stop, or delete a resource based solely on its tags
D. You don’t need to specify the resource identifier while terminating a resource
Question 3 Explanation:
You can’t terminate, stop, or delete a resource based solely on its tags; you must specify the resource identifier. You can’t terminate, stop, or delete a resource based solely on its tags; you must specify the resource identifier. For example, to delete snapshots that you tagged with a tag key called DeleteMe, you must use the DeleteSnapshots action with the resource identifiers of the snapshots, such as snap-1234567890abcdef0. You can tag public or shared resources, but the tags you assign are available only to your AWS account and not to the other accounts sharing the resource. Source: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/Using_Tags.html#tag-restrictions
Is it possible to access your EBS snapshots?
A. Yes, through the Amazon S3 APIs.
B. Yes, through the Amazon EC2 APIs.
C. No, EBS snapshots cannot be accessed; they can only be used to create a new EBS volume.
D. EBS doesn’t provide snapshots.
Question 4 Explanation:
https://aws.amazon.com/ebs/faqs/?nc1=h_ls Q: Will I be able to access my snapshots using the regular Amazon S3 API? No, snapshots are only available through the Amazon EC2 API. Users with access to your snapshots can create their own EBS volumes from your snapshot. Source: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/EBSSnapshots.html Not sure what “access” means in this one. Imho it could be C. You can perform snapshot *administration* via the api, but you can only access the files within the snapshot by first creating a new volume. “access” in this context is ambiguous.
Select the correct set of options. These are the initial settings for the default security group:
A. Allow no inbound traffic, Allow all outbound traffic and Allow instances associated with this security group to talk to each other
B. Allow all inbound traffic, Allow no outbound traffic and Allow instances associated with this security group to talk to each other
C. Allow no inbound traffic, Allow all outbound traffic and Does NOT allow instances associated with this security group to talk to each other
D. Allow all inbound traffic, Allow all outbound traffic and Does NOT allow instances associated with this security group to talk to each other
Question 5 Explanation:
http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonVPC/latest/UserGuide/VPC_SecurityGroups.html#DefaultSecurityGroup http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/using-network-security.html#default-security-group A default security group is named default, and it has an ID assigned by AWS. The following are the default rules for each default security group: Allows all inbound traffic from other instances associated with the default security group (the security group specifies itself as a source security group in its inbound rules) Allows all outbound traffic from the instance.
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