Which two methods are used by a single-root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) enabled switch to switch traffic between VNFs? (Choose two.)
- through a DMVPN
- through a VXLAN
- through an external switch
- through the pNIC
- through a vSwitch
Explanation: An SR-IOV-enabled pNIC supports two different modes for switching traffic between VNFs:
- Virtual Ethernet Bridge (VEB): Traffic between VNFs attached to the same pNIC is hardware switched directly by the pNIC.
- Virtual Ethernet Port Aggregator (VEPA): Traffic between VNFs attached to the same pNIC is switched by an external switch.
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