A network administrator has deployed object groups in order to make ACLs easier to implement and understand. Which two objects would be part of a service object group? (Choose two.)
- top-level protocol
- ICMP type
- IP address
Explanation: A network object group is a group that contains hostnames, IP address, subnets, or ranges of IP addresses. A service object group is a group that contains top-level protocols, source and destination protocol ports, or ICMP types.
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