In a Cisco Unified Communications Manager system, which three locations does the TFTP server search when a device requests a configuration file from a TFTP server? (Choose three.)
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The device requests a configuration file from the TFTP server.
The TFTP server searches three internal caches, the disk, and then alternate Cisco file servers (if specified) for the configuration file.
Sure, I can provide a detailed explanation.
In a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) system, when a device requests a configuration file from a TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) server, the TFTP server searches for the file in the following locations:
Internal caches: The TFTP server first checks its internal cache to see if the file is already present. This is because the TFTP server caches files that it has previously served, so if the requested file is already present in the cache, it can be quickly retrieved and sent to the device.
Local disk: If the file is not found in the internal cache, the TFTP server looks for the file on its local disk. This is the location where configuration files and firmware files are stored on the TFTP server.
Alternate file server: If the file is not found on the local disk, the TFTP server can be configured to search for the file on an alternate file server. This allows multiple TFTP servers to share the same configuration files and firmware files, which can be useful in larger deployments.
It's worth noting that the other answer choices - NFS server, FTP server, and load server - are not valid locations that the TFTP server searches for configuration files in a CUCM system.
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