Binary Floor Control Protocol: Characteristics, Statements, and More | Exam 400-051

Binary Floor Control Protocol Characteristics

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Which two statements describe characteristics of Binary Floor Control Protocol? (Choose two.)



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A. B. C. D. E.


BFCP is a deliverable developed as part of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) XCON Centralized Conferencing working group.

The IETF XCON working group was formed to focus on delivering a standards-based approach to managing IP conferencing while promoting broad interoperability between software and equipment vendors.

Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP) is a protocol used in video conferencing systems to control the sharing of content between participants. It provides a framework for managing shared resources such as presentations, whiteboards, and applications in a collaborative setting.

Answer A is not a characteristic of BFCP. The binary encoding of BFCP is designed to be efficient and flexible, but it is not specifically optimized for high-bandwidth environments.

Answer B is a correct characteristic of BFCP. BFCP is designed for use in audio or video conference sessions with three or more participants. It allows participants to control access to shared resources and coordinate their use during a conference call.

Answer C is also a correct characteristic of BFCP. BFCP enables the management of shared content resources independent of video streams. This allows participants to share content such as presentations and documents without disrupting the video stream.

Answer D is not a characteristic of BFCP. While BFCP does support authentication, it does not specifically support TLS-based authentication.

Answer E is also not a characteristic of BFCP. BFCP is primarily used with the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and does not support H.323.