What is the function of a control-plane node in a Cisco SD-Access solution?
- A. to run a mapping system that manages endpoint to network device relationships
- B. to implement policies and communicate with networks outside the fabric
- C. to connect external Layer 3 networks to the SD Access fabric.
- D. to connect APs and wireless endpoints to the SD-Access fabric
Explanation: Control-Plane Nodes – Map System that manages Endpoint to Device relationships Fabric Border Nodes – A Fabric device (e.g. Core) that connects External L3 network(s) to the SDA Fabric Fabric Edge Nodes – A Fabric device (e.g. Access or Distribution) that connects Wired Endpoints to the SDA Fabric Fabric Wireless Controller – A Fabric device (WLC) that connects APs and Wireless Endpoints to the SDA Fabric
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