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Exam Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing
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Question 1

Which description of an import operation in Cisco UCS Manager is true?

  • A: You can perform an import while the system is up and running.
  • B: You can import only a configuration file that was exported from the same Cisco UCS Manager.
  • C: You can import a configuration from a higher release to a lower release.
  • D: You can schedule an import operation.

Correct Answer: A

You can perform an import while the system is up and running. 
You can import any configuration file that was exported from Cisco UCS Manager. The file does not need to have been exported from the same Cisco UCS Manager. You cannot schedule an import operation. 
Reference:
https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/gui/config/guide/141/
UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_141_chapter43.html#task_B89DEDCFCDE54E9C81E67C53FAC4DEC6  
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/ucs-manager/GUI-User-Guides/Admin-Management/3-1/b_Cisco_UCS_Admin_Mgmt_Guide_3_1/ b_Cisco_UCS_Admin_Mgmt_Guide_3_1_chapter_01001.pdf
You cannot import configuration from a higher release to a lower release.




Question 2

When a configuration change requires a reboot, which policy specifies how Cisco UCS manager should proceed?

  • A: host firmware policy
  • B: local disk policy
  • C: maintenance policy
  • D: boot policy

Correct Answer: C

Use the Maintenance Policy to specify how Cisco UCS Manager should proceed for configuration changes that will have a service impact or require a server reboot. Values for the Maintenance Policy can be "immediate", "user-ack", or "timer automatic". The best practice is to not use the "default" policy, and instead to create and use Maintenance Policies for either "user- ack" or "timer automatic", and to always have these as elements of the Service Profile or Service Profile Template definition. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/servers-unified-computing/ucs-manager/whitepaper_c11-697337.html




Question 3

You are creating service profiles for a Cisco UCS system by using the service profile wizard. You discover that you forgot to create the UUID pool. 
What should you do?

  • A: From the wizard, click Create UUID Suffix Pool.
  • B: Pause the running wizard, and then start a temporary wizard to create a profile with the same name and the missing UUID pool. Resume the wizard, and then select the new UUID pool.
  • C: Continue running the wizard. The service profile uses the burned-in UUID in the BIOS of the server.
  • D: Stop the wizard, and then restart the wizard.

Correct Answer: A

Step 4 
(Optional) If you want to create a new UUID Suffix pool to use in this service profile, click Create UUID Suffix Pool and complete the fields in the Create UUID Suffix Pool wizard. 
For more information, see Creating a UUID Suffix Pool. 
Reference: 
https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/gui/config/guide/141/UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_141_chapter24.html




Question 4

Which two features in Cisco UCS Manager are required to configure Uplink Ethernet ports? (Choose two.)

  • A: vNIC templates
  • B: LAN Pin Groups
  • C: VLAN groups
  • D: adapter policies
  • E: link profiles

Correct Answer: AB

Reference:
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/servers-unified-computing/ucs-6120xp-20-port-fabric-interconnect/110267-ucs-uplink-ethernet-connection.html#configUplinkEthernet
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/gui/config/guide/2-2/b_UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_2_2/using_the_lan_uplinks_manager.html




Question 5

You need to design and implement a Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis system for a customer. 
Which statement about how half-width blades and full-width blades can be used is true?

  • A: Only two full-width blades can be installed in the top two slots, and four half-width blades can be installed in the bottom two slots.
  • B: Only one full-width blade can be installed in the top slot, and six half-width blades can be installed in the bottom slots.
  • C: Half-width blades and full-width blades can be combined in any order.
  • D: Half-width blade types and full-width blade types cannot be combined.

Correct Answer: C

Mixed blade configurations 
Allows up to 8 half-width or 4 full-width blade servers, or any combination thereof, for outstanding flexibility. When configured with the 6324 Fabric Interconnect, only 8 half-width B200 M3 blades are supported.  
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/hw/chassis-install-guide/ucs5108_install/ucs5108_install_chapter_01.htm




Question 6

Before upgrading a Cisco UCS cluster. you need to verify the high-availability statue and roles of the cluster. 
In which scenario can you successfully perform the upgrade'?

  • A: When you check the Cisco UCS Manager GUI, the Ready field value is Ready and the State field value is On. When you check the Cisco UCS Manager CLI, the Primary and Secondary interconnect state are both ON and the cluster state is HA WAITING.
  • B: When you check the Cisco UCS Manager GUI, the Ready field value is Yes and the State field value is Up. When you check the Cisco UCS Manager CLI, the Primary and Secondary interconnect state are both UP and the cluster state is HA READY.
  • C: When you check the Cisco UCS Manager GUI, the Ready field value is Ready and the State field value is Active. When you check the Cisco UCS Manager CLI, the Primary and Secondary interconnect state are both READY and the cluster state is HA WAITING.
  • D: When you check the Cisco UCS Manager GUI, the Ready field value is Ready and the State field value is Up. When you check the Cisco UCS Manager CLI, the Primary and Secondary interconnect state are both UP and the cluster state is HA UP.

Correct Answer: B

When you check the Cisco UCS Manager GUI, the Ready field value is Yes and the State field value is Up. 
When you check the Cisco UCS Manager CLl, the Primary and Secondary interconnect state are both UP and the cluster state is HA READY. 
Reference: 
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/firmware-mgmt/gui/2-2/b_GUI_Firmware_Management_22/b_GUI_Firmware_Management_22_chapter_011.pdf
 
  

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/ucs-manager/CLI-User-Guides/Firmware-Mgmt/3-1/b_UCSM_CLI_Firmware_Management_Guide_3_1/b_UCSM_GUI_Firmware_Management_Guide_3_1_chapter_010.html#task_F5AC1A117B4F499D9DCFC221E2BC20AB
UCS-A# show cluster state 
Cluster Id: 0x4432f72a371511de-0xb97c000de1dbada4
A; UP, PRIMARY 
B: UP, SUBORDINATE
HA READY




Question 7

Which destination(s) are valid for syslog messages for a Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect?

  • A: the log, the monitor and syslog queue
  • B: a file
  • C: the console and log only
  • D: the console, the monitor, and a file

Correct Answer: D

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/ucsm_syslog/b_Monitoring_Cisco_UCSM_Using_Syslog/b_Monitoring_Cisco_UCSM_Using_Syslog_chapter_010.html




Question 8

You plan to use AAA security services for a Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnect. 
Which two authentication protocols can you use? (Choose two.)

  • A: NTLM
  • B: Kerberos
  • C: RADIUS
  • D: Diameter
  • E: LDAP

Correct Answer: CE

Cisco UCS supports two methods to authenticate user logins:
Through user accounts local to Cisco UCS Manager. Remotely through one of the following protocols:
LDAP 
RADIUS 
TACACS+ 
Reference: https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/security-documents/ucs-fabric-intreconnect-integration-with-acs-5-4-tacacs/ta-p/3149332




Question 9

You need to identify which DCB standard provides these functionalities: negotiation capabilities for features, the distribution of parameters from one node to another, and logical link up and down signaling for both Ethernet and Fibre Channel interfaces.
Which DCB standard should you identify?

  • A: ETS
  • B: PFC
  • C: DCBX
  • D: QCN

Correct Answer: C




Question 10

You configure FCoE in a Cisco UCS system at a customer site. The configuration seems correct, but the customer complains that the system fails to perform as expected. FCoE VLAN discovery, FCF discovery and FLOGI processes work properly. The issue appears to be with the Fibre Channel commands and responses. 
What is a possible cause of the issue?

  • A: The storage device is experiencing configuration or compatibility issues when the FIP process completes successfully.
  • B: The routed Layer 3 network between the FCoE SAN and the storage device is experiencing issues when the FIP process fails to complete successfully.
  • C: The FCoE configuration is experiencing errors because of issues with the Fibre Channel commends.
  • D: The switched Layer 2 network between the FCoE SAN and the storage device is experiencing issues when the FIP process fails to complete successfully.

Correct Answer: D

Make sure that your native vlan is carried across all the trunk ports. 
Reference: 
https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/storage-networking/fip-and-native-vlan/td-p/2451783










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