Number of Questions: 70
Passing Score: 70%
Exam has been validated against Oracle Session Border Controller 7.
Format: Multple Choice
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Essentials
Describe SIP and architecture elements: SIP proxies and back-to-back user agents (B2BUAs)
Diagnose and troubleshoot a basic SIP call flow processed by Oracle Session Border Controller
Introduction to Session Border Controller (SBC)
Describe the basic functions of a Session Border Controller
Describe the boot process and the SBC services
Explain the boot parameters and their effects
Describe the configuration concepts and configuration tree
Execute user and super-user level commands in the ACLI
Analyze, create, modify, and delete configuration elements
Perform routine operations including boot-related operations
Describe the network interface’s default behavior and how it is altered
Provision physical interfaces
Provision network interfaces (VLAN and non-VLAN)
Enable/disable management operations through a media interface
Session Border Controller Concepts
Explain realms and realm bridging
Configure global SIP parameters and Media Manager
Configure realms, SIP interfaces, and steering pools
Configure routing policies, session agents, and header manipulation rules
Peering Environment Configuration
Describe the Policy-Based Realm Bridging (PBRB) configuration tasks in Peering environments
Configure a working Peering environment
Configure Peering access rules
Access-Backbone Environment Configuration
Explain registration caching, Hosted NAT Traversal (HNT), and Adaptive HNT
Configure the PBRB model in an Access-Backbone environment
Configuring SBC High Availability
Explain the operation of the high-availability mechanism and SBC node states
Configure a high-availability SBC pair
Manage a high-availability SBC pair system failover
The Session Border Controller ACLI is structured in a way that separates configuration of layers 3,4, and 5. This allows the system administrator to link each configuration together as needed for signaling and media routing purposes.
Which two options are valid to link signaling and media interfaces to a realm? (Choose two.)
A. Navigate to the iwf-config configuration element and set the media-interface-id parameter to the realm name.
B. Navigate to the account-config configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.
C. Navigate to the network-interface configuration element and set the sip-interface-id parameter to the realm name.
D. Navigate to the steering-pool configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.
E. Navigate to the sip-interface configuration element and set the realm-id parameter to the realm name.
You are configuring access rules in a Session Border ControllerPeering architecture.
Which two configuration steps are required to allow access only from User Agents (UAs) configured as session agents? (Choose two.)
A. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to all.
B. Navigate to the session-agent configuration element and set the ip-address parameter to the IP subnet of your trusted User Agent (UA).
C. Navigate to the realm-config configuration element and set the addr-prefix parameter to the IP subnet of your trusted User Agent (UA).
D. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to agents-only.
E. Navigate to the sip-port configuration element and set the allow-anonymous parameter to address-prefix.
You need to configure the Session Border Controller toperform load balancing between two downstream SIP proxies.
Which option shows the configuration elements that you should configure for the load balancing feature?
A. session-router and router-group
B. realm-config and enum-group
C. group-policy andload-policy
D. proxy and proxy-pool
E. local-policy and session-group
You were working with the Session Border Controller in configuration mode and you forgot toclose your session.
Your colleague who connected after you left says that he cannot enter into configuration mode.
Why is your colleague not able to configure the Session Border Controller?
A. The Session Border Controller does not allow more than one configuration session within 24 hours.
B. The Session Border Controller does not support Telnet/SSH timeouts.
C. The Session Border Controller supports only one simultaneous configuration session, and the Telnet/SSH timeouts are set to 0.
D. The Session Border Controller supports only 10 simultaneous configuration sessions.
E. The Session Border Controller supports only five simultaneous Telnet/SSH sessions.