BCM50 Rls.3.0 And BCM200/400 Rls.4.0 Sales Engineering
Which encryption method does a BCM system support when IPSec is configured on it?
A customer has several remote locations that they want to securely connect through the Internet.
You explain that using IPSec tunnels between these sites would provide this security; however,
they are concerned about it being able to handle all of the remote locations. What is the maximum
number of remote sites that can be connected to a BCM50 using IPSec tunnels?
Fallback is a feature that allows a call to progress when a VoIP trunk is unavailable or is not
providing adequate quality of service (QoS). By enabling PSTN fallback, you allow the system to
check the availability of the VoIP trunks and then switch the call to a PSTN line. For the PSTN
fallback to work on a suitable bandwidth, which two statements must be true on a BCM 200
platform? (Choose two.)
A. The QoS Monitor must be enabled.
B. The jitter buffer must be configured.
C. The Transmit threshold must be set.
D. Proactive Voice Quality Monitoring (PVQM) must be enabled.
E. IP sets must be configured to use the G.723 Codec.
Answer: A, C
A remote user has the ability to connect to an ISP and then to a specific route into a BCM that is
configured for IPSec Remote User. The remote user can also print locally even while connected
remotely to the BCM. Which functionality does this describe?
A. split routing
B. dual routing
C. split tunneling
D. dual tunneling
BCM supports a queue service discipline that allows packets to be serviced in an absolute priority
fashion or using a weighted-fair-queuing scheduler. This service discipline ensures that packets in
the highest priority queue are serviced quickly without starving the lower