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You configure the nodes to use the port rule shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

You need to configure the NLB cluster to meet the following requirements:
HTTPS connections must be directed to Server1 if Server1 is available.
HTTP connections must be load balanced between the two nodes.
Which three actions should you perform? {Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.

A. From the host properties of Server2, set the Handling priority of the existing port rule to 2.

B. Create a port rule for TCP port 80. Set the Filtering mode to Multiple host and set the Affinity to None.

C. Create an additional port rule for TCP port 443. Set the Filtering mode to Multiple host and set the Affinity to Single.

D. From the host properties of Server1, set the Handling priority of the existing port rule to 2.

E. From the host properties of Server2, set the Priority (Unique host ID) value to 1.

F. From the host properties of Server1, set the Handling priority of the existing port rule to 1.

Explanation:
Multiple hosts. This parameter specifies that multiple hosts in the cluster handle network traffic for the associated port rule. This filtering mode provides scaled
performance in addition to fault tolerance by distributing the network load among multiple hosts. You can specify that the load be equally distributed among the
hosts or that each host handle a specified load weight.
Note: Handling priority: When Single host filtering mode is being used, this parameter specifies the local host’s priority for handling the networking traffic for the
associated port rule. The host with the highest handling priority (lowest numerical value) for this rule among the current members of the cluster will handle all of the
traffic for this rule. The allowed values range from 1, the highest priority, to the maximum number of hosts allowed (32). This value must be unique for all hosts in
the cluster.
Reference: Network Load Balancing parameters.

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