Question 3 of 490
Which definition is included in a Cisco UC on UCS TRC?
What does a TRC definition include? -> Definition of server model and local components (CPU, RAM, adapters, local storage) at the orderable part number level.
-> Required RAID configuration (e.g.
RAID5, RAID10, etc.) - including battery backup cache or SuperCap - when the TRC uses DAS storage -> Guidance on hardware installation and basic setup (e.g.
- Click here for detailed Cisco UCS server documentation regarding hardware configuration procedures.
- Configuration of Virtual-to-physical network interface mapping is design-dependent and not included in TRC definition.
- Configuration of adapters (such as Cisco VIC, 3rd-party CNA / NIC / HBA) is design-dependent and not included in TRC definition.
- Configuration settings or step by step procedures for hardware BIOS, firmware, drivers, RAID setup are not included.
Click here for detailed Cisco UCS server documentation
-> Design, installation and configuration of external hardware is not included in TRC definition, such as: - Network routing and switching (e.g.
routers, gateways, MCUs, ethernet/FC/FCoE switches, Cisco Catalyst/Nexus/MDS, etc.) - QoS configuration of route/switch network devices - Cisco UCS B-Series chassis and switching components (e.g.
Cisco UCS 6100/6200, Cisco UCS 2100/2200, Cisco UCS 5100) - Storage arrays (such as those from EMC, NetApp or other vendors) -> Configuration settings, patch recommendations or step by step procedures for VMware software are not included in TRC definition.
-> Infrastructure solutions such as Vblock from Virtual Computing Environment may also be leveraged for configuration details not included in the TRC definition.