NNCDS Succession BCM 3.0 Exam
A BCM system has numerous IP devices that require frequent address assignments. If an IP
device (sets and/or PC) is moved and then reconnected to the network in a different location,
how can the assignment of a new IP address be automated?
A. download and execute the Desktop Assistant Pro client
B. set up the BCM for IP Assignment Manager Wizard
C. download and execute the Desktop Assistant Pro Admin Edition client
D. set up the BCM for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
IPSec tunneling protocol on a BCM provides which three features? (Choose three.)
A. Password storage on Contivity client
B. IP address translations via encapsulation
C. VPN client support from a remote computer with Contivity VPN client installed
D. Branch Office support that allows IPSec connection between two private networks
Answer: B, C, D
A BCM administrator wants to supervise and distribute IP addresses for IP sets from a central
location. The administrator also does not want to distribute the addresses manually. What
functionality can be used to meet the administrator's requirements?
A. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
B. IP Assignment Manager Wizard
C. Desktop Assistant Pro Admin
D. Enable BootP server
A remote user has the ability to connect to an ISP and then into a specific route into a BCM
that is configured for IPSec Remote User. The remote use can also print locally even while
connected remotely to the BCM. What is this functionality known as?
A. dual routing
B. dual tunneling
C. split tunneling
D. split routing
Call Detail Recording (CDR) has been set up to capture data from multiple BCM systems.
What happens when the assigned disk space that was set for CDR nears capacity?
A. new files are NOT captured until disk space becomes available