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Which three traffic types are available services options when configuring a vmkernel port? (Choose three.)

A.
Provisioning Traffic

B.
Virtual Volumes Traffic

C.
vSphere Replication NFC Traffic

D.
Virtual SAN Traffic

E.
FCoE Traffic

Explanation:
You can enable services for the default TCP/IP stack on the host. Select from the available services:

vMotion traffic. Enables the VMkernel adapter to advertise itself to another host as the network connection where vMotion traffic is sent. The migration with vMotion
to the selected host is not possible if the vMotion service is not enabled for any VMkernel adapter on the default TCP/IP stack, or if no adapters are using the
vMotion TCP/IP stack.
Provisioning traffic. Handles the data transferred for virtual machine cold migration, cloning, and snapshot creation.

Fault Tolerance traffic. Enables Fault Tolerance logging on the host. You can use only one VMkernel adapter for FT traffic per host.
Management traffic. Enables the management traffic for the host and vCenter Server. Typically, hosts have such a VMkernel adapter created when the ESXi
software was installed. You can create another VMkernel adapter for management traffic on the host to provide redundancy.
vSphere Replication traffic.Handles the outgoing replication data that is sent from the sourceESXi host to the vSphere Replication server.
vSphere Replication NFC traffic. Handles the incoming replication data on the target replication site.
Virtual SAN. Enables the Virtual SAN traffic on the host. Every host that is part from a Virtual SAN cluster must have such a VMkernel adapter.
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