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Exam Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices (CIVND)
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Question 1

You issue the xStatus Camera command on a Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set and receive the following output:
  

  
Which of the following statements are true? (Choose two.)

  • A: The SX20 has the best possible camera installed.
  • B: The camera is pointed up.
  • C: The camera is pointed to the right.
  • D: The image can be flipped horizontally.
  • E: The camera is not configured to auto focus.

Correct Answer: AC

The Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set has the best possible camera installed, and the camera is pointed to the right. The xStatus Camera command can be used to display status information about a camera. The same information can be obtained from the web interface by navigating to Configuration > System Status > Camera. 
The SX20 can be configured with a 2.5x, 4x, or 12x camera. The model number indicates what kind of camera is installed. 
The Position Pan value indicates whether the camera is pointed to the left or to the right. If the value is negative, the camera is pointed to the left; if the value is positive, the camera is pointed to the right. 
The Position Tilt value indicates whether the camera is pointed upward or downward. If the value is negative, the camera is tilted downward; if the value is positive, the camera is tilted upward. In this scenario, the value is 729, so the camera is tilted downward. The Flip value indicates whether the camera can be flipped vertically, not horizontally. You can configure the Flip value to a value of Auto, On, or Off. If the value is set to Auto, the camera image will flip vertically if the camera is upside down. 
The xStatus Camera output does not indicate whether a camera is configured to auto focus. However, you can configure a camera to auto focus by issuing the xConfiguration Cameras Camera 1 Focus Mode: Auto command.
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence SX20 Codec, API Reference Guide: Camera status (PDF)
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set Data Sheet




Question 2

You want to configure a static IP address on a CTS 1000. You connect your laptop to the auxiliary network port. However, you are unable to connect to the system by using SSH. 
Which of the following statements correctly diagnoses the problem?

  • A: Your laptop should be configured to use DHCP.
  • B: You cannot connect to a CTS 1000 by using SSH.
  • C: You cannot configure a static IP address on a CTS 1000.
  • D: You cannot administer a CTS 1000 by connecting to the auxiliary network port.

Correct Answer: A

Your laptop should be configured to use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), which will enable it to receive a dynamic IP address from the Cisco TelePresence System (CTS) 1000. To administer the CTS 1000, you must connect your computer to the auxiliary network port, which is the secondary camera port of the primary codec. After your laptop has received a dynamic IP address, you should establish a Secure Shell (SSH) connection to the CTS 1000, which will be using the first IP address in the same subnet as your laptop. For example, if your laptop has been assigned the IP address 192.168.1.2, you should connect to IP address 192.168.1.1. 
To configure a static IP address by using the command-line interface (CLI), issue the set network ip static ip-address subnet-mask default-gateway [dnsaddress1] [dnsaddress2] [domain] command. To configure a static IP address by using the web interface, navigate to Configuration > IP Settings, change DHCP Enabled to No, and configure the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway fields. After you configure the static IP address, the CTS 1000 will automatically restart. 
Reference:
Cisco: Configuring the Cisco TelePresence System: Configuring a Static IP Address for Networks That Do Not Use DHCP




Question 3

After you activate DTMF camera control, which of the following keys should you press to zoom the camera in and out during a conference on Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence?

  • A: + and -
  • B: 1 and 7
  • C: 2 and 8
  • D: 4 and 6
  • E: the up and down arrow keys
  • F: the left and right arrow keys

Correct Answer: B

You should press the 1 and 7 keys to zoom the camera in and out by using dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) camera control during a conference on Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence. To begin using DTMF on Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence, click the keypad icon on the video info bar. Then, to adjust the remote camera, press 1 or 7 to enable DTMF camera control and press any of the following keys:
4 to pan left  
6 to pan right  
2 to tilt down  
8 to tilt up  
1 to zoom in  
7 to zoom out 
You can also adjust the layout by using DTMF. To change the layout, press 2 or 8. To change which participant appears in the largest pane, press 4 or 6. 
Alternatively, you can use far-end camera control (FECC) to control the remote camera. To adjust the remote camera by using FECC, click the FECC icon in the upper right corner. Then click the appropriate screen button or keyboard key to cause the remote camera to pan, tilt, zoom in, or zoom out. On the keyboard, the arrow keys are used to move the camera left, right, up, or down; the + and - keys are used to zoom the camera in or out, respectively. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence 4.6 User Guide for Mac OS X: Using the info bar




Question 4

Which of the following commands will set the boot slot to the factory slot? (Choose two.)

  • A: utils system factory init
  • B: utils system factory reset
  • C: utils system restart
  • D: utils system switch-version
  • E: utils system switch-version factory

Correct Answer: BE

The utils system factory reset command and the utils system switch-version factory command will set the boot slot to the factory slot. The utils system factory reset command will set the Cisco TelePresence System 500 to the factory default settings as well as set the boot slot to the factory slot. After issuing the command, you will be prompted for confirmation, after which the system will be reset and restarted. 
The utils system factory init command will set the Cisco TelePresence System 500 to the factory initialized configuration. However, the system will remain in its current boot slot. After issuing the command, you will be prompted for confirmation, after which the system will be initialized and restarted. 
The utils system switch-version command configures the system to use a different boot slot. The syntax of the utils system switchversion command is utils system switch-version [force | factory [1 | 2]]. If none of the optional keywords are used, the system will toggle between slot 1 and slot 2. After issuing the command, you will be prompted for confirmation. Afterward, if the system is currently in a call, the system will restart when the call ends. However, you can use the optional force keyword to cause the system to restart immediately. 
The utils system restart command will restart the Cisco TelePresence System 500. By default, if the system is currently in a call, the system will restart when the call ends. However, you can use the optional force keyword to cause the system to restart immediately. 
Reference:
Cisco: Command-Line Interface Reference Guide for Cisco TelePresence Immersive Systems: Utils Commands: utils system factory reset
Cisco: Command-Line Interface Reference Guide for Cisco TelePresence Immersive Systems: Utils Commands: utils system switch-version




Question 5

Which of the following best describes progressive scanning?

  • A: combining video from multiple sources into a single image
  • B: combining video from a single source taken at two different times into a single image
  • C: displaying an entire video image in a single scan
  • D: combining two digital signals and alternating between them

Correct Answer: C

Progressive scanning displays the entire video image in a single scan. Although a progressive-scan image is cleaner than an interlaced image, it requires more bandwidth for the same amount of video, as both odd- and even-numbered rows of pixels are transmitted and displayed. 
Interlacing, or interleaving, is best described as combining video from a single source taken at two different times into a single image. Interlacing splits a video frame into two sets of pixels, one with even-numbered rows and one with odd-numbered rows. One set of rows is combined with the opposite set of rows from the next sequential frame, thereby doubling the perceived frame rate for the same amount of bandwidth. Interlacing is also described as combining two digital signals, such as audio and video or two separate frames of video, and alternating between them. 
Compositing is best described as combining video from multiple sources into a single image. Basic compositing can be as simple as overlaying text onto an image. More complex compositing is achieved through the use of green screen or blue screen technology, in which images are displayed on green or blue areas. 
Reference:
Webopedia: progressive scan




Question 6

You are considering several MCU deployments in order to support scheduled and ad-hoc conferences. 
Which of the following deployment methods should you use?

  • A: The MCU uses VCS as the call control device.
  • B: The MCU registers to VCS but uses Conductor to manage conferences.
  • C: The MCU registers to Conductor but uses VCS to manage conferences.
  • D: The MCU is configured as a media resource in Unified CM.

Correct Answer: A

You should use a deployment method in which the multipoint control unit (MCU) uses Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS) as the call control device. An MCU is used primarily to connect Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) or H.323 single-screen endpoints into virtual meeting rooms. Optimally, all participants in a conference will be connected to a single MCU. However, when there are not enough ports on an MCU for all of the participants, the MCU can cascade to another MCU in order to handle the load. Cascading of MCUs through VCS must be performed manually. 
An MCU that is registered to VCS but uses Conductor to manage conferences can support rendezvous and Multiway ad hoc conferences but not scheduled conferences; the MCU does not register with Conductor. Cisco TelePresence Conductor manages conference functions for TelePresence Servers that operate in remotely managed mode. A Conductor or Conductor cluster supports a maximum of 30 MCUs. Unlike VCS, Conductor is able to dynamically cascade MCUs. With dynamic cascading, MCUs are added as they are needed. 
An MCU that is configured as a media resource in Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CM) can support ad hoc conferences but not scheduled conferences. Like Conductor, Unified CM supports rendezvous and Multiway ad hoc conferences. However, cascading, Transport Layer Security (TLS), and Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP) are not supported. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence MCU 45X0, 53X0 and MCU MSE 8510, Cisco TelePresence Deployment Guide: Which deployment? (PDF)




Question 7

Which of the following video layout options display the active speaker or presentation in a picture, not in a full screen? (Choose two.)

  • A: Auto
  • B: Equal
  • C: Overlay
  • D: Prominent
  • E: Single

Correct Answer: BD

The Equal and Prominent video layout options display the active speaker or presentation in a window. The Equal layout option displays all participants in pictures of the same size as long as there is enough space on the screen to display them. The Prominent layout option displays the active speaker or presentation in a large picture and displays the other participants in small pictures. 
The Auto layout option uses the default layout family. The Overlay layout option displays the active speaker or presentation in a full screen and displays the other participants in small pictures-in-picture (PiP). The Single layout option displays only the active speaker or presentation in a full screen? the other participants are not displayed. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence System Codec C40/C60 and Profiles using C40/60: Local layout control (PDF)
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence System Codec C40/C60 and Profiles using C40/60: Video Layout LocalLayoutFamily (PDF)




Question 8

Which of the following is not supported by Cisco TMSPE?

  • A: provisioning of up to 1,000,000 users
  • B: import of Active Directory and LDAP user accounts
  • C: scheduled and on-demand directory synchronization
  • D: automated emailing of provisioning information
  • E: Smart Scheduler and FindMe

Correct Answer: A

Provisioning of up to 1,000,000 users is not supported by Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension (TMSPE); provisioning of only 100,000 users is supported. Cisco TMSPE provides simplified provisioning of TelePresence users, endpoints, and Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMRs). 
Cisco TMSPE supports scheduled and on-demand import and synchronization of external directory services, including Microsoft Active Directory and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). Both secure and standard versions of these directory services are supported. You can also configure Cisco TMSPE to automatically email provisioning information to users as directory information is imported. 
Cisco TMSPE supports both Smart Scheduler and FindMe. Smart Scheduler enables administrators and users to easily schedule single-instance and recurring TelePresence meetings. FindMe enables users to be reached on multiple devices by using a single FindMe ID. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension Data Sheet




Question 9

Which of the following functions is not provided by Cisco MXE?

  • A: media postproduction
  • B: media adaptation
  • C: video tagging and indexing
  • D: video sharing and collaboration
  • E: integration with Cisco TCS and Cisco Show and Share

Correct Answer: D

Cisco Media Experience Engine (MXE) does not provide video sharing and collaboration? this is a feature that is offered by Cisco Show and Share. Cisco Show and Share is a module within Cisco Digital Media Manager (DMM) and integrates with Cisco MXE. User management and authentication are provided by Microsoft Active Directory, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), or an embedded DMM database. Each publisher can define which users can watch their video content. Searchable text transcripts can be added to each video so that media can be easily located. Related videos can be associated so that viewers can view additional relevant material. Publishers can also allow viewers to comment, rate, and tag their videos. 
Cisco MXE is an appliance that can convert and adapt media formats as well as perform media postproduction. Media can be converted from and to many different formats for consumption on a wide variety of devices. Various formats are supported, from standard definition (SD) to high definition (HD). Media postproduction involves adding professional-looking features to media files, including bumpers, trailers, fades, transitions, animations, subtitles, captions, and other overlay graphics. Cisco Pulse Video Analytics, which is a component of MXE, can also automatically tag and index media files so that you can search videos that include a particular spoken phrase or word. MXE integrates with Cisco TelePresence Content Server (TCS) and Cisco Show and Share. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco Media Experience Engine (MXE) 3500
Cisco: Cisco Show and Share
Cisco: Cisco Show and Share Data Sheet




Question 10

Which of the following DHCP options can be used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the TFTP server that contains its configuration file?

  • A: option 3
  • B: option 6
  • C: option 51
  • D: option 66
  • E: option 150

Correct Answer: E

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) option 150 can be used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server that contains its configuration file. The endpoint will attempt to download its configuration file from the Cisco TFTP server whenever the endpoint boots. If the configuration file downloads successfully, the endpoint will register with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CM). 
If DHCP option 150 is unavailable, the TFTP server address must be configured manually. From the web interface, select Configuration > System Configuration > Provisioning and enter the IP address of the TFTP server as the External Manager address. 
DHCP option 3 is not used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the TFTP server. DHCP option 3 is used to configure a device with the IP address of the default gateway. 
DHCP option 6 is not used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the TFTP server. DHCP option 6 is used to configure a device with the IP address of a Domain Name System (DNS) server. 
DHCP option 51 is not used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the TFTP server. DHCP option 51 is used to configure a device with a lease time, which is the amount of time that the device may use the leased IP address. 
DHCP option 66 is not used to configure a Cisco TelePresence endpoint with the IP address of the TFTP server. However, DHCP option 66 is the standards-based method that is used to configure other devices with the IP address of a TFTP server. 
Reference:
Cisco: Cisco TelePresence Video Systems, Getting Started Guide: Provisioning setup (PDF)










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