Which SIP headers in an incoming SIP message to the Session Border Controller are used by
a local-policy configuration element for routing?
Which two statements are true about SIP response code handling on the Session Border
Controller? (Choose two.)
Which statement is true about the Host In Path (HIP) feature In the Session Border
The Session Border Controller needs to be configured to act as a Back-to-Back User Agent
How would you accomplish this?
You are associating network-interface configuration elements with a physical-interface
configuration element on the Session Border Controller.
Which parameter must contain the same unique ID in these two configuration elements?
You made a configuration change to a media interface.
Which command must be executed to commit the change to volatile (RAM) memory?
You are troubleshooting a SIP routing issue and you have access to the SIP call ow
processed by the Session Border Controller.
Which two steps are valid for troubleshooting this type of issues? (Choose two.)
Which node automatically assumes the active role when peers boot simultaneously and their
health scores are equivalent in a High Availability (HA) scenario?
How does the Session Border Controller ensure that a pinhole is kept open for persistent
communication to a SIP endpoint behind a NAT device?
You finished configuring a not Real Time Change (not RTC)-supported configuration
element and you want to apply the change in your service.
Which two options are valid in order to accomplish this? (Choose two.)