650-042 MITFE Real Exam Questions
This exam will test Field Engineer’s knowledge of installation, configuration and operation of the Cisco ASR 5000 mobile internet solution. There will be a focus on hands-on configuration of xGSN and EPC implementations. Candidates should prepare for this exam by taking the Mobile Internet Technology for System Engineers course as the MIT FE exam covers content from both the SE and FE training courses.
1.Which of the following statements is true regarding loopback interfaces?
A. They associate a service to an IP address that is assigned to a logical interface.
B. They create a relationship between certain elements of the system.
C. They associate a specific logical interface (configured within a particular context) to a physical port.
D. They are not associated with any physical port.
2.Which two statements are true about a context? (Choose two.)
A. A context can be thought of as a virtual router with interfaces in it.
B. There are connections between contexts.
C. A context, by itself, can be visualized as a virtual router without any connections to the extemal
D. Each context supports up to 1024 interfaces, which allows the binding of up to 1024 VLANs in a single
E. The system supports the configuration of single contexts only.
F. A maximum of 256 contexts can be configured per chassis.
Answer: A, D
3.How many session managers (and accompanying aaamgrs) can be created per created per PSC?
A. up to 5
B. up to 20
C. up to 8
D. up to 10
4.Which of the following is a characteristic of the Cisco ASR 5000 CLI sessions?
A. When memory becomes scarce, all sessions are no longer assured.
B. The users who log on first are the first to be dropped.
C. Cisco ASR 5000 supports single CLI sessions.
D. CLI sessions consume memory on the management module.
5.When viewing port-level counters, what does the TX PAUSE field indicate?
A. The number of correct transmitted flow control frames.
B. The number of correct received flow control frames.
C. The number of frames that were transmitted with an error due to transmit FIFOunderflow or TXERR
D. The number of received frames during which physical (PHY)symbol errors weredetected.
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