Which statement about the communication between interfaces on the same security level is true?

Which statement about the communication between interfaces on the same security level is true?If you have “same-security-traffic permit inter-interface” configured and have 2 interfaces with same “security-level” value and you have “access-list” configured on both interfaces then the ACLs will handle the decision of what traffic is allowed and what is not.Reference: https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11852506/asa-91-code-enable-traffic-between-interfaces-same-security-levels

Question:

Which statement about the communication between interfaces on the same security level is true?

Options:

Interfaces on the same security level require additional configuration to permit inter-interface communication.

Configuring interfaces on the same security level can cause asymmetric routing.

All traffic is allowed by default between interfaces on the same security level.

You can configure only one interface on an individual security level.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Interfaces on the same security level require additional configuration to permit inter-interface communication.

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