Which statement correctly describes the Client Services Framework (CSF) device configuration requirement for a Jabber for Windows client in need of Desktop sharing using Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP)?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
The Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP) is a protocol used for desktop sharing and other collaboration features in Jabber for Windows clients. To use BFCP, the Client Services Framework (CSF) device configuration requires specific settings.
Trusted Relay Point (TRP) and Media Termination Point (MTP) are two features in Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) that can affect the behavior of BFCP on a CSF device. TRP is a feature that allows a CUCM to act as an intermediary for media streams, while MTP is a feature that provides supplementary media processing resources for certain types of calls.
Option A suggests enabling both TRP and MTP on the CSF device. This is incorrect because TRP is not required for BFCP to work properly. Option B suggests disabling TRP but enabling MTP, which is also incorrect because neither TRP nor MTP is required for BFCP to work properly.
Option C correctly states that the TRP and MTP configuration is irrelevant to the BFCP feature on CSF clients. BFCP does not require either TRP or MTP to function properly, so there is no need to enable or disable either of these features on the CSF device.
Option D suggests disabling MTP but enabling TRP. This is incorrect because neither TRP nor MTP is required for BFCP to work properly.
Option E suggests disabling both TRP and MTP on the CSF device. This is technically correct because neither feature is required for BFCP to work properly. However, it is not the best answer because disabling MTP may impact other features in the Jabber client that require supplementary media processing resources.
Therefore, the correct answer is option C: Trusted Relay Point and Media Termination Point configuration is irrelevant to the BFCP feature on CSF clients.