UDP load balancing
an upgrade .gz file placed on your FTP server
an upgrade .tar file placed on your SCP server
an upgrade .pac file placed on your TFTP or SCP server
an upgrade CD provided by your Juniper Networks representative
TCP health check
Layer 7 health check
request HTTP default page
when you enable Unified Failover
when you create an ActiveN group
when you synchronize the sticky table
when you require synchronization of the 3G Cache objects
It compresses all images.
It protects servers from DDoS attacks.
It protects servers from SynFlood attacks.
It loads all content from web servers to flash.
SSL is enabled for the WebUI by default.
You must address the WebUI using HTTPS://.
You must change the WebUI port when enabling SSL.
The demokey and democert are applied to the WebUI by default.
The clientip setting does not apply to clusters, it only pertains to a Forwarder.
When set to clientip it uses the client's IP address to bind the client to a particular target server.
When set to clientip it allows a DX sticky cookie to be sent to and stored by the client based on the IP address.
When set to clientip it ensures that all subsequent requests are directed to the same client that made the initial request.
FTP or SCP
FTP or TFTP
TFTP or SCP
TFTP or SMTP
adding a VLAN
adding a cluster
running a tcpdump
adding a target server
单选题 How do you disable a server from Juniper DX Cluster without terminating active client requests? （）
Delete the server.
Soft pause the target server.
Hard pause the target server.
Create a new Cluster without the server.