Which two actions would allow the new Virtual SAN cluster to coexist with the older cluster?

An administrator is creating a new Virtual SAN cluster on a Layer 2 network. There is an existing Virtual SAN cluster on the same Layer 2 network.Which two actions would allow the new Virtual SAN cluster to coexist with the older cluster? (Choose two.)To configure virtual san cluster to coexist with older cluster, you need to change the default multicast address on the netw virtual san cluster and change the default unicast address on the new virtual san cluster.Reference: https://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-55/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.vmware.vsphere.storage.doc%2FGUID-5656EA30-F7C7-494CA356E1471942625A. html

Question:

Which two actions would allow the new Virtual SAN cluster to coexist with the older cluster?

Options:

Change the default Multicast Address on the new Virtual SAN cluster.

Change the default Unicast Address on the new Virtual SAN Cluster.

Create a separate VLAN for each cluster.

Create an ARP Alias for the Virtual SAN VMkernel Network Adapter.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Change the default Multicast Address on the new Virtual SAN cluster.
Create a separate VLAN for each cluster.

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