2013 Latest CCNA Voice 640-461 Real Exam Question 16-20

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QUESTION 16
A user in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration has been added to the Standard CCM Admin Users group, which includes the Standard CCMADMIN Administration role, but the user cannot add new users. What is the cause of this issue?
A. The add user capability has been disabled for the group
B. The incorrect group and role were assigned.
C. The add user capability has been disabled for the role.
D. Only theCCMAdmin user can add users.
E. Users can be added only via LDAP
Correct Answer: B Section: CUCM Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
The Standard CCM Admin Users role includes no permissions beyond logging into Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. The administrator must add another authorization role to define the parts of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration that the user can administer.
The Standard CCMADMIN Administration role allows a user to access and make changes in all of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration.
Link:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucmbe/admin/8_6_1/ccmsys/a02mla.html

QUESTION 17
Which two statistics can be generated with the Server Report in Cisco Unity Connection? (Choose two)
A. Percentage of CPU per Server
B. Percentage of Memory Usage per Server
C. Percentage of Hard Disk Usage of the Active Partition per Server
D. Cisco Unity Connection Port Activity Report
E. Percentage of Port Usage
Correct Answer: AB Section: Unity Connection Explanation
Explanation/Reference: Server Statistics Report
The Server Statistics Report provides the following line charts:
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Percentage of CPU per Server
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Percentage of Memory Usage per Server
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Percentage of Hard Disk Usage of the Largest Partition per Server
In a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 5000 system, the Server Statistics Report supports both Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unity Connection.
Percentage of CPU per Server
A line chart displays the percentage of CPU usage for the server (or for each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster). The line in the chart represents the data for the server (or one line for each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster) for which data is available. Each data value in the chart represents the average CPU usage for a 15-minute duration. If no data exists for the server (or for any one server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster), Reporter does not generate the line that represents that server. If there are no lines to generate, Reporter does not create the chart. The message “No data for Server Statistics report available” displays.
Figure 10-5 shows a line chart example that represents the percentage of CPU usage per server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration.
Figure 10-5 Line Chart That Depicts the Percentage of CPU Per Server
Percentage of Memory Usage per Server
A line chart displays the percentage of Memory Usage for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server (%Memory In Use). In a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration, there is one line per server in the cluster for which data is available. Each data value in the chart represents the average memory usage for a 15-minute duration. If no data exists, Reporter does not generate the chart. If no data exists for any server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration, Reporter does not generate the line that represents that server.
Figure 10-6 shows a line chart example that represents the percentage of memory usage per Cisco Unified Communications Manager server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration.
Figure 10-6 Line Chart That Depicts Percentage of Memory Usage Per Server Percentage of Hard Disk Usage of the Largest Partition per Server
A line chart displays the percentage of disk space usage for the largest partition on the server (% DiskSpaceInUse), or on each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration. Each data value in the chart represents the average disk usage for a 15-minute duration. If no data exists, Reporter does not generate the chart. If no data exists for any one server in a cluster configuration, Reporter does not generate the line that represents that server.
Figure 10-7 shows a line chart example that represents the percentage of hard disk usage for the largest partition per server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration.
Figure 10-7 Line Chart That Depicts Percentage of Hard Disk Usage of the Largest Partition Per Server
The server (or each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration) contains log files that match the file name pattern ServerLog_mm_dd_yyyy_hh_mm.csv. The following information exists in the log file:
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% CPU usage on the server (or each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster)
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% Memory usage (%MemoryInUse) on the server (or on each server in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster)
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% Hard disk usage of the largest partition (%DiskSpaceInUse) on the server (or on each server in a Cisco
Unified Communications Manager cluster)
Link:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/service/8_5_1/admin/sasrdes.html

QUESTION 18
Refer to the exhibit. The exhibit shows a partial screen shot for a Cisco Unified Client Services Framework device. When should this device be configured?
A. when configuring the Service Advertisement Framework feature for Call Control Discovery
B. when Cisco Unified Personal Communicator is used in desk-phone mode.
C. when Cisco Unified Personal Communicator version 7.0 is used in soft-phone mode
D. when Cisco Unified Personal Communicator version 8.0 is used in soft-phone mode
E. when Cisco Unified Personal Communicator version 8.0 is used in desk-phone mode
Correct Answer: D Section: Unified Personal Communicator Explanation
Explanation/Reference:

QUESTION 19
How can an end user be defined as a manager in the CAR tool?
A. Configure a Manager ID field in end user configuration
B. Add the end user to the Standard CCM Manager group
C. Check the Manager check box in the LDAP directory
D. Enable an end user as a manager in the CAR tool
Correct Answer: A Section: CUCM Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
Any user can act as a CAR administrator (including application users); however, you must add the end user to the Cisco CAR Administrators User Group in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration (Standard CAR Admin Users). End users who have been identified as CAR administrators have full control over the CAR system. The administrator can modify all the parameters that relate to the system and the reports. End users who have not been identified as CAR administrators can access only designated CAR reports.
Link:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/service/8_0_2/car/caranrpt.html#wp1072381

QUESTION 20
Which of the following is not a source for Cisco Unified Reporting?
A. Cisco Unified CM database
B. Cisco Unified Presence database
C. Cisco Unified CM RTMT counters
D. Cisco Unified CM CDR/CAR
Correct Answer: B Section: Unified Presence Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
What is Cisco Unified Reporting?

The Cisco Unified Reporting web application, which you access at the Cisco Unified Presence console, generates reports with a snapshot of cluster data. The tool enables you to gather cluster data from existing sources, inspect and compare the data, and troubleshoot any reported issues.
Cisco Unified Reporting includes a user interface for generating, downloading and archiving, and uploading the reports. Notification messages let you know if a report will take excessive time to generate or consume excessive CPU.
How the Cisco Unified Reporting Application Works
The Cisco Unified Reporting web application deploys to all servers in a cluster at installation time. Reports are generated from database records. When you generate a report in Cisco Unified Reporting, the report combines data from one or more sources on one or more servers into one output view. For example, you can view a report that shows the hosts file for all servers in the cluster.
Data Sources
The application captures information from any of the following sources on the publisher server and each subscriber server:
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RTMT counters
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CDR_CAR
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CUP DB
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disk files
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OS API calls
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network API calls
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CLI
The report includes data for all active cluster nodes that are accessible at the time that you generate the report. If the database on the publisher server is down, you can generate a report for the active nodes.
Data Output
This release supports HTML output for reports. You can identify a report in Cisco Unified Reporting by the report name and the date-and-time stamp. The application stores a local copy of the most recent report for you to view. You can archive the local copy of the most recent report or a new report to your hard disk, as described in Downloading and Archiving Reports. When you archive a report, you can rename archived files or store them in different folders for identification purposes.
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What is Cisco Unified Reporting?
Cisco Unified Reporting web application, which is accessed at the Cisco Unified CallManager console, generates reports for troubleshooting or inspecting cluster data.
This convenient tool provides a snapshot of cluster data without requiring multiple steps to get the data. The tool design facilitates gathering data from existing sources, comparing the data, and reporting irregularities.
A report combines data from one or more sources on one or more servers into one output view. For example, you can view a report that shows the hosts file for all servers in the cluster.
The application gathers information from the publisher server and each subscriber server. A report provides data for all active cluster nodes that are accessible at the time that the report is generated.
Some reports run checks to identify conditions that could impact cluster operations. Status messages indicate the outcome of every data check that is run.
Only authorized users can access the Cisco Unified Reporting application. By default, this includes administrator users in the Standard Unified CM Super Users group. As an authorized user, you can view reports, generate new reports, or download reports at the graphical user interface (GUI).
Note: Administrator users in the Standard Unified CM Super Users group can access all administrative applications in the Cisco Unified CallManager Administration navigation menu, including Cisco Unified Reporting, with a single sign on to one of the applications.
Cisco Unified Reporting includes the following capabilities:
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A user interface for generating, archiving, and downloading reports
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Notification message if a report will take excessive time to generate or consume excessive CPU Data Sources Reports that Cisco Unified Reporting generates may use any of the following sources:
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RTMT counters
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CDR_CAR
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CUCM DB
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disk files
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OS API calls
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network API calls
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prefs (Windows registry)
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CLI
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RIS
The Report Descriptions link in the System Reports list provides the information sources that are used in a report, as described in Accessing On-Line and Report Help.
Link: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/service/5_1_3/report/curptg.html

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