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Each vNIC is communicating with one disjoint Layer 2 network. After validating the above, the customer is still having issues with network connectivity. What is the issue? A.    Overlapping VLANs are allowed in a disjoint Layer 2 network.B.    The vNIC configuration is incorrect and must communicate with two or more disjoint layer 2 networks.C.    The fabric interconnect must be in end-host mode for a disjoint Layer 2 network.D.    Asymmetrical configuration for high availability needs to be configured. Answer: C QUESTION 7 300-180 Dumps,300-180 Exam Questions,300-180 New Questions,300-180 VCE,300-180 PDFA customer is configuring a network control policy in a Cisco UCS domain. The network control policy configures the network control settings for the Cisco UCS domain, including which three of these? (Choose three.) 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