4A0-M05 Exam Sample Questions Answers

Question No 1:

Which of the following describes the 2N model for VM redundancy?

A. There is one active VM and one standby VM that takes over if the active VM fails.
B. Thera are N active VMs and a pool of standby VMs that can take over if one or more active VMs fail.
C. There are N active VMs, each one paired with a standby VM that takes over if its active VM fails.
D. There are 2N active VMs deployed to support a service that needs N active VMs, with extra capacity in case one or more VMs fail.

Answer: C

Question No 2:

Which of the following about CMG CUPS architecture is FALSE?

A. CMG user plane VNF implements the SGW-U, PGW-U, and GGSN-U functionalities
B. A 7750 SR MG communicates with a CMG control plane VNF over Sx interface
C. CMG control plane VNF can be deployed in LB-mode or LB-less mode
D. CMG user plane VNF can be deployed in LB-mode or LB-less mode

Answer: C

Question No 3:

Which of the following statements regarding the health check for a specific CMM VM is FALSE?

A. It is performed by CMM periodically
B. It can be manually executed using a CLI command “cmm_monitor”
C. It can be executed by ssh to each individual CMM VM from the NECC VM
D. If a failure occurs, additional details can be displayed using the verbos (-v) or very verbos (-vv) flag

Answer: C

Question No 4:

Which of the following logical interfaces is used between the CMG and the PDN?

A. Gn
B. SGi
C. S5
D. S1-U

Answer: A

Question No 5:

Which of the following statements regarding CMM call processing is TRUE?

A. Call processing services are deployed in active-standby mode and resources are fully duplicated
B. Call processing services are deployed in pure stateless mode and UE contexts are only stored in an external database
C. Call processing services are deployed in hybrid mode and UE contexts are stored both locally and in an external database
D. Call processing services are deployed in all-active mode and UE contexts are only stored locally

Answer: A

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