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  • Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI)

    Number: 642-999Passing Score: 800Time Limit: 90 minFile Version: 3.0

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    Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI)5.0

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    Exam Topics

    Implement C-Series stand alone

    Implement UCS C-Series rack servers Implement Firmware updates Configuring CIMC Configuring network and storage connectivity Provision hard drives Installing ESXI on local hard drives Configure logging and monitoring the methods for Cisco UCS

    Configure Cisco UCS B-Series Connectivity

    Configure B-Series overall connectivity Implement UCS B-Series component installation Configure B-Series LAN connectivity Configure B-Series SAN connectivity

    Manage Cisco UCS B-Series

    Implement security in a Cisco UCS Identify the steps necessary to manage software and firmware versions and upgrades in a Cisco UCS Implement backup and import for Cisco UCS database Configure logging and monitoring the methods for Cisco UCS Configure the Call Home feature in a Cisco UCS system Describe High Availability for the Fabric interconnect cluster

    Provision Cisco UCS compute resources

    Provision network connectivity in a Cisco UCS Provision storage sources in a Cisco UCS Provision resource pools in a Cisco UCS Provision resource policies in a Cisco UCS Provision service profiles in a Cisco UCS Provision O/S parameters in a Cisco UCS Provision the base UCS system configuration Provision virtual HBAs

  • Provision VNICs and VNIC policies in a Cisco UCS Provision C-Series integration

    Implement Cisco UCS server virtualization features

    Provision UCS integration with Vmware vCenter server Provision UCS vm-fex Provision direct path I/O

    Sections1. Questions2. Drag & Drop3. Hot Spot

  • Exam A

    QUESTION 1When upgrading a standalone Cisco UCS C-Series server, which method is correct?

    A. direct upgrade on all componentsB. Cisco Hardware Upgrade UtilityC. Cisco Host Upgrade UtilityD. Cisco Server Upgrade Utility

    Correct Answer: CSection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:The Cisco Host Upgrade Utility (hereafter referred to as the ""HUU"") is a tool that upgrades the followingfirmware:

    Cisco Integrated Management Controller (CIMC)System BIOSLAN on motherboard (LOM)RAID controllers (for any third-party RAID controllers that are installed)Cisco UCS P81E Virtual Interface Card (VIC)Cisco UCS VIC 1225Broadcom PCI adapters- 5709 Dual and Quad port adapters- 57712 Dual port adapter- 57712 10GBaseT adapterThe HUU includes the options to download ISO images for a selected platform on a Windows operatingsystem. The image file for the firmware is embedded in the ISO and the HUU displays a menu that allows youto choose which firmware components to upgrade.

    QUESTION 2In a standalone Cisco UCS C-Series server, which recommendations can be used to upgrade the BIOS?

    A. Cisco IMCB. Cisco UCS ManagerC. iFlash32 UtilityD. Flash ROM UtilityE. EFI InterfaceF. Cisco Host Upgrade UtilityG. USB Flash Utility

    Correct Answer: FSection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:The Cisco Host Upgrade Utility (hereafter referred to as the ""HUU"") is a tool that upgrades the followingfirmware:

    Cisco Integrated Management Controller (CIMC)System BIOSLAN on motherboard (LOM)RAID controllers (for any third-party RAID controllers that are installed)Cisco UCS P81E Virtual Interface Card (VIC)Cisco UCS VIC 1225

  • Broadcom PCI adapters- 5709 Dual and Quad port adapters- 57712 Dual port adapter- 57712 10GBaseT adapterThe HUU includes the options to download ISO images for a selected platform on a Windows operatingsystem. The image file for the firmware is embedded in the ISO and the HUU displays a menu that allows youto choose which firmware components to upgrade.

    QUESTION 3What are the default settings of the Cisco IMCCIMC NIC properties on a standalone Cisco UCS C- Seriesserver?

    A. 'Shared LOM' NIC mode with 'Active-active' NIC redundancy and DHCP enabledB. 'Shared LOM' NIC mode with 'Active-standby' NIC redundancy and DHCP enabledC. 'Dedicated' NIC mode with 'Active-standby' NIC redundancy DHCP disabledD. 'Dedicated' NIC mode with 'None' NIC redundancy and DHCP enabledE. 'Cisco Card' NIC mode with 'Active-active' NIC redundancy and DHCP enabled

    Correct Answer: DSection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:The NIC Mode drop-down list in the NIC Properties area determines which ports can reach the CIMC. Thefollowing mode options are available, depending on your platform:1. Cisco CardA connection to the CIMC is available through an installed adapter card.2. DedicatedA connection to the CIMC is available through the management Ethernet port or ports.3. Shared LOMA connection to the CIMC is available only through the LAN On Motherboard (LOM) Ethernethost ports. Shared LOM EXT mode enables the 1-Gb Ethernet ports and the ports on any installed Cisco virtualinterface card (VIC) to access the Cisco Integrated Management Interface (CIMC). In some platforms, a 10Gigabit Ethernet LOM option is available.4. Shipping (if supported)A connection to the CIMC is available through the management Ethernet port orports using a limited factory default configuration.

    The NIC Redundancy drop-down list in the NIC Properties area determines how NIC redundancy is handled:1. NoneRedundancy is not available.2. Active-ActiveAll Ethernet ports operate simultaneously. This mode provides multiple paths to the CIMC.3. Active-StandbyOne port fails over to the other.

    QUESTION 4Which ports can access the Cisco IMC if you select Shared LOM NIC mode in the Cisco IMC ConfigurationUtility for a Cisco UCS C-Series server?

    A. the ports on an installed Cisco network adapter cardB. the two 1-Gb Ethernet portsC. the two 10/100 management portsD. the two 10/100 management ports, but each port has a default setting

    Correct Answer: BSection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:The NIC Mode drop-down list in the NIC Properties area determines which ports can reach the CIMC. Thefollowing mode options are available, depending on your platform:1. Cisco CardA connection to the CIMC is available through an installed adapter card.2. DedicatedA connection to the CIMC is available through the management Ethernet port or ports.

  • 3. Shared LOMA connection to the CIMC is available only through the LAN On Motherboard (LOM) Ethernethost ports. Shared LOM EXT mode enables the 1-Gb Ethernet ports and the ports on any installed Cisco virtualinterface card (VIC) to access the Cisco Integrated Management Interface (CIMC). In some platforms, a 10Gigabit Ethernet LOM option is available.4. Shipping (if supported)A connection to the CIMC is available through the management Ethernet port orports using a limited factory default configuration.

    The NIC Redundancy drop-down list in the NIC Properties area determines how NIC redundancy is handled:1. NoneRedundancy is not available.2. Active-ActiveAll Ethernet ports operate simultaneously. This mode provides multiple paths to the CIMC.3. Active-StandbyOne port fails over to the other.

    QUESTION 5Which NIC redundancy modes allow the LOMs to be discovered by the operating system or hypervisor?

    A. Dedicated modeB. Active/ActiveC. Active/StandbyD. Cisco Card Mode

    Correct Answer: ASection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:

    QUESTION 6Which two are true with respect to the unified ports on the Cisco Unified Computing System 62XX FabricInterconnect? (Choose two.)

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    A. The port mode is automatically discovered after plugging in a LAN or Fibre Channel-attached cable.B. By default, unified ports that are changed to Ethernet port mode are set to uplink Ethernet port type.C. Ethernet ports must be grouped together in a block and must start with the first port and end with an odd

    numbered port.D. Alternating Ethernet and Fibre Channel ports is supported on the expansion module.E. After making port mode changes on an expansion module, the module will reboot.F. In a standalone configuration, making port mode changes to the fixed module will not cause the fabric

    interconnect to reboot.

    Correct Answer: BESection: QuestionsExplanation

    Explanation/Reference:"Port ModesThe port mode determines whether a unified port on the fabric interconnect is configured to carry Ethernet orFibre Channel traffic. The port mode is not automatically discovered by the fabric interconnect; it is configured

  • in Cisco UCS Manager

    Port TypesThe port type defines the type of traffic carried over a unified port connection.By default, unified ports changed to Ethernet port mode are set to uplink Ethernet port type. Unified portschanged to Fibre Channel port mode are set to the Fibre Channel uplink port type. Fibre Channel ports cannotbe unconfigured.Changing the port type does not require a reboot.

    Port Mode PlacementEthernet ports must be grouped together in a block. For each module (fixed or expansion), the Ethernet portblock must start with the first port and end with an even numbered port.Fibre Channel ports must be grouped together in a block. For each module (fixed or expansion), the first port inthe Fibre Channel port block must follow the last Ethernet port and extend to include the rest of the ports in themodule. For configurations that include only Fibre Channel ports, the Fibre Channel block must start with thefirst port on the fixed or expansion module.Alternating Ethernet and Fibre Channel ports is not supported on a single module.

    Impact of Port Mode Changes on an Expansion ModuleAfter you make port mode changes on an expansion module, the module reboots. All

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