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Implementing Cisco Connected Physical Security 1 Exam (CCPS1)

Question No: 101

You are working with a customer, CSI Industries, to deploy Cisco Video Surveillance at a new branch office. As part of CSI#39;s centralized surveillance network design, IP cameras will stream across the WAN and be recorded by Cisco VSMS at CSI#39;s main data center. IP surveillance cameras will be placed on their own subnet to separate them from other voice and data traffic. CSI#39;s network administrator has allocated this subnet for IP cameras: (subnet mask:

What is the maximum number of IP cameras that can be placed on this subnet?

A. 30 B. 254 C. 256 D. 510 E. 1022

Answer: D

Question No: 102

The headquarters of a California regional bank wants to deploy a redundant IP video surveillance solution using Cisco VSM 7. The IT manager is asking for a redundant video storage solution, however, with minimal infrastructure cost.

How should a Cisco VSM 7 redundancy be designed for this scenario?

  1. An IT engineer can define a cluster of Cisco VSMS servers, which all fall back to a backup Cisco VSMS server if any should fail.

  2. For redundancy, each media server needs to be doubled and servers then operate in load balancing fashion.

  3. VSM 7 can record the primary stream of each camera on Cisco media server (either MSP or virtual machine), and the secondary stream can be recorded to NAS storage for a cost-effective solution.

  4. Cisco VSM 7 does not support redundancy for Cisco VSOM and Cisco VSMS.

Answer: A

Question No: 103

What are the different view options in SASD?

  1. Alert Centric view, Map Centric view, Camera Centric view, Video Centric view

  2. Map Centric view, Camera Centric view, Alarm Centric view

  3. Map Centric view, Camera Centric view, Alarm Centric view, Event Centric view

  4. SASD views are fully customizable and as such there is no predefined viewing option.

Answer: A

Question No: 104

How should the camera capacity for media servers be calculated?

  1. Cisco UCS Express can handle up to 32 cameras, CPS-MSP-1RU-K9 can handle up to 64 cameras, the CPS-MSP-2RU-K9 can handle up to 200 cameras, Cisco UCS C-Series can handle up to 1000 cameras, and Cisco UCS B-Series can handle up to 1000 cameras per blade.

  2. Camera capacity should be calculated by the maximum storage space on the media server when configured with full HDD utilization.

  3. Camera capacity should be calculated by the aggregate bit rate of all video streams, both inbound and outbound, on a media server.

  4. Camera capacity cannot be calculated, and must be configured on site.

Answer: C

Question No: 105

In Cisco VSM 7.0.1 (or higher), what is the maximum number of video panes that can be displayed at any given time in the VSOM Monitor Video tab?

  1. 1

  2. 4

  3. 16

  4. 32

Answer: C

Question No: 106

In the Cisco Video Surveillance solution, which archive clip format allows for the downloading and playing back of multiple camera feeds simultaneously?

  1. CVA

  2. AVI

  3. WMV

  4. BWM

Answer: A

Question No: 107

In Cisco VSM 7.x, how can PTZ cameras be controlled?

  1. USB joystick only

  2. USB mouse only

  3. USB joystick and USB mouse are both required to control PTZ cameras.

  4. USB joystick or USB mouse can be used to control PTZ cameras.

Answer: D

Question No: 108

In Cisco VSM 7.x, which tool allows the user to search through archives by focusing on a time slice of the video clip?

  1. Smart Search

  2. Archive Clip Search

  3. Thumbnail Search

  4. Forensic Search

Answer: C

Question No: 109

In Cisco VSM 7, how many system default roles, user groups, and users exist in Operations Manager (Roles User Groups Users)?

  1. 8

  2. 7

  3. 6

  4. 2

Answer: B

Question No: 110

Acme Company has two office buildings and has deployed Cisco Video Surveillance at this campus. A security guard who usually monitors surveillance video in Building A was asked

to cover a colleague#39;s shift in Building B. The operator successfully logs into Cisco SASD using his credentials and sees cameras in Building A, but is unable to view cameras in Building B.

What is causing this issue?

  1. The user belongs to the system-defined quot;operatorquot; role, which does not have sufficient permissions to view cameras in Building B.

  2. The user logged into the media server A instead of media server B.

  3. The user does not have an account on media server B.

  4. The user does not belong to the user group for Building B.

  5. The user does not have a compatible version of Cisco SASD and should use Operations Manager instead.

Answer: D

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