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Exam Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices (CIVND)
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Question 1

Refer to the exhibit. 

   

Which configuration item shown in the exhibit should be used to assign the internal and external video communication server address for this group of users?

  • A: User Settings > Video Address pattern
  • B: Administrative Tools > User Settings
  • C: Configuration Template > Edit Template
  • D: User Import > Configuration

Correct Answer: C

Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/tms/admin_guide/Cisco-TMS-Admin-Guide-14-6.pdf




Question 2

A network engineer wants to automate the monitoring of Cisco TelePresence TX systems. Which step should the engineer take first?

  • A: Configure Cisco TMS on the codec.
  • B: Configure Medianet on the codec.
  • C: Configure NTP on the codec.
  • D: Configure Multiway on the codec.
  • E: Configure SNMP on the codec.

Correct Answer: E

Using SNMP Traps to Monitor the Cisco TelePresence System 
Cisco provides you with management information bases (MIB) files that are designed to monitor your system using the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). For more information, refer to the “MIBs, RFCs, and SNMP Trap Messages for the Cisco TelePresence System”chapter of the Cisco TelePresence System Message Guide. 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/tx_sw/6_0/admin/guide/tx_6_0_admin_guide/tx_sw_mntr.html#21386




Question 3

Refer to the exhibit. 

   

A network engineer configures a Cisco Unified Communications Manager and VCS integration via a SIP trunk. Endpoint A is able to conduct video calls to Endpoint B. When Endpoint A attempts to share presentation content with Endpoint B, Endpoint B sees the presentation video on the main screen rather than on the presentation display. What is the cause?

  • A: The default MTP telephony payload is incorrect.
  • B: The SIP trunk is not running on all active Cisco Unified Communications Manager nodes.
  • C: MTP is not forced to be required.
  • D: BFCP is not enabled.
  • E: The MTP preferred codec is incorrect for content presentation.

Correct Answer: D

Configuring the SIP Profile for phone devices This creates the SIP Profile that is to be applied to all phone devices.  
On Unified CM, go to Device> Device Settings> SIP Profile.  
Click Copy against the Standard SIP Profile.  
Configure the following fields, leaving everything else a sits default value:
  
Click Save 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/vcs/config_guide/Cisco_VCS_Cisco_Unified_Communications_Manager_Deployment_Guide_CUCM_8_9_and_X7-2.pdf




Question 4

A Unified Communications engineer wants to configure a Cisco TelePresence SX endpoint using static IP addressing to use a different TFTP server. 
Which path will allow the engineer to complete this configuration?

  • A: Network Services > Network 1 > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress > Off
  • B: Network > TFTP > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress > Off
  • C: Network Services > TFTP > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress > Off
  • D: Configuration > System Configuration > Provisioning > Set the External Manager Address

Correct Answer: D

Using Web interface 
Navigate to Configuration > System Configuration > Provisioning on the endpoint. 
Navigate to ExternalManager section and enter the Address, which can be an IP address, DNS name or the path of the External Manager which is the CUCM cluster TFTP server address . Click Save. 
Navigate to Mode and set the provisioning mode to CUCM. Click Save. 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/conferencing/telepresence-management-suite-tms/200263-Configure-TMS-to-change-Provisioning-of.html




Question 5

Which four features are supported by Cisco TelePresence Server for all hardware models in remotely managed mode? (Choose four.)

  • A: auto-attendant
  • B: ClearPath
  • C: Cluster sizes of more than 5 servers
  • D: Cascading
  • E: Active presence for all devices
  • F: Support for Conductor
  • G: Native scheduling capabilities

Correct Answer: BDEF

  Support for Cisco ClearPath provides improved media resilience with lossy networks. 
  The ability to extend meetings beyond the capacity of one server by cascading from server to server or to include Cisco WebEx Meeting Center users, extending the scale of meetings and enabling more people to join meetings.  
  An enhanced user experience with features including Cisco ActivePresence®layouts, ActiveControl in-meeting controls, and individual participant identifiers; and Cisco ClearPath for optimal video quality 
  Requires Cisco TelePresence Conductor Version XC2.2 or later. 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/conferencing/telepresence-server/datasheet-c78-736947.html




Question 6

A technician is trying to pair a Touch 8 with a Cisco TelePresence SX20 endpoint, but the codec is not automatically listed in the touch panel. 
What are two possible reasons for this behavior? (Choose two.)

  • A: The codec firmware version is below version TC 6.1.
  • B: The codec and the Touch 8 are on separate subnets.
  • C: Pairing visibility mode is not active on the codec.
  • D: The codec is not compatible with a Touch 8 device.
  • E: The Touch 8 is connected via the second Ethernet port on the codec.

Correct Answer: BC

The two basic reasons for the codec to not getting listed can be:
Codec and the Touch 8 are not able to communicate with each other and possibly they are on different subnets. 
Pairing visibility mode is not active on the codec.




Question 7

Cisco TMS is unable to manage endpoints and an engineer is required to capture logs to determine the cause. 
What is the menu path that the engineer should follow to capture and download logs from Cisco TMS?

  • A: Administrative Tools > Diagnostics > TMS Tickets
  • B: Administrative Tools > TMS Server Maintenance > Download Diagnostic Files
  • C: Systems > Navigator > Diagnostics > Download Diagnostic Files
  • D: Systems > Navigator > TMS Logs

Correct Answer: B

The correct path is: Administrative Tools > TMS Server Maintenance > TMS
Diagnostics >Download Log Files. 
http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/tms/release_note/Cisco_TMS_Release_Note_14-3-1.pdf




Question 8

An engineer is creating a system backup on a Cisco VCS. Which two options describe characteristics of Cisco VCS backups? (Choose two.)

  • A: The backup can be sent to the remote SFTP server.
  • B: The backup can be encrypted with a password.
  • C: The backup can be sent to additional servers in the cluster.
  • D: The backup is valid for 30 days.
  • E: The backup is stored in Cisco TMS.
  • F: The backup is only downloadable locally.

Correct Answer: BF

To create a backup of the VCS’s system data: 
Go to the Backup and restore page (Maintenance > Backup and restore).  
Optionally, enter an Encryption password with which to encrypt the backup file. If a password is specified, the same password will be required to restore the file.  
Click Create system backup file.  
After the backup file has been prepared, a pop-up window appears and prompts you to save the file (the exact wording depends on your browser). The default name is in the format: ___backup.tar.gz. (The file extension is normally .tar.gz.enc if an encryption password is specified. However, if you use Internet Explorer to create an encrypted backup file, the filename extension will be .tar.gz.gz by default. These different filename extensions have no operational impact; you can create and restore encrypted backup files using any supported browser.) Note that the preparation of the system backup file may take several minutes. Do not navigate away from this page while the file is being prepared. 
Save the file to a designated location. 
Note that log files are not included in the system backup file. 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/vcs/admin_guide/Cisco_VCS_Administrator_Guide_X7-2.pdf




Question 9

A technician has installed and powered on a Cisco TelePresence MCU 5320 and is connected via the console port. The technician needs to determine the IP settings that were automatically assigned via DHCP. Which command should be entered?

  • A: xstatus
  • B: show network eth0
  • C: status
  • D: help static

Correct Answer: C

  To display the current status of the IP address, enter : status
If you have DHCP enabled on your network and you are allowing the MCU to acquire its address using DHCP, the IP address that has been acquired by Ethernet port A will be shown; if you have assigned a static IP address, that is the address that will be shown. 
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/mcu/install_guide/Cisco_TelePresence_MCU_5300_Series_Getting_started.pdf




Question 10

The firmware for the primary codec of a Cisco TelePresence System 3010 is being upgraded. Which codec CLI command could be used to check on the progress of the update?

  • A: utils upgrade display
  • B: utils system version
  • C: show upgrade detail
  • D: show system upgrade

Correct Answer: C

show upgrade [ detail ] 
Syntax Description 

   

Usage Guidelines 
Use this command to view upgrade status. The detail keyword will show the current versions of the peripherals as well as the peripheral firmware versions in the image. If a peripheral has been marked for forced upgrade with the set upgrade commands, the entry will be followed by an “F” in the output. See Set Commands and Unset Commands. 
Examples 
admin:show upgrade There are no peripherals being upgrade at this timeleft sub system...There are no peripherals being upgrade at this timeright sub system...There are no peripherals being upgrade at this time
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/tx_sw/6_0/command_ref/tx_sw_cli_book/tx_sw_cli_cmd_show.html#47652










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