Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is reviewing an Apache access log message. What is the status of the access request by the client?
- The request was unsuccessful because of server errors.
- The request was fulfilled successfully.
- The request was redirected to another web server.
- The request was unsuccessful because of client errors.
Explanation: The sixth field of the Apache access log message is the three-digital numeric status code. Codes that begin with a 2 represent success. Codes that begin with a 3 represent redirection. Codes that begin with a 4 represent client errors. Codes that begin with a 5 represent server errors.
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