Which three options are Interior device types in Cisco Unified Communications Manager logical partitioning policies? (Choose three.)
In Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) logical partitioning policies, the interior device types are the types of devices that can be included in a partition.
The three interior device types in CUCM logical partitioning policies are:
SIP IP phones: These are devices that connect to the network using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). SIP IP phones are commonly used in VoIP networks and provide advanced features such as video conferencing, instant messaging, and presence information.
Media Termination Points (MTPs): These are devices that provide transcoding and other media processing capabilities in VoIP networks. MTPs can be used to convert between different codecs, such as G.711 and G.729, or to provide conferencing and music on hold services.
MGCP Gateway with FXO Ports: Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) gateways are devices that connect VoIP networks to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). MGCP gateways with Foreign Exchange Office (FXO) ports are used to connect analog phones or other analog devices to a VoIP network.
Therefore, the correct answers are A. MGCP gateway with FXO ports, B. SIP IP phones, and C. Media termination points.
Options D. MGCP gateway with FXS ports, E. MGCP gateway with Q.SIG PRI, and F. SIP trunk to Cisco Unity Connection are not interior device types in CUCM logical partitioning policies.
Option D refers to an MGCP gateway with Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) ports, which are used to connect analog devices such as fax machines, credit card terminals, or analog phones to a VoIP network.
Option E refers to an MGCP gateway that uses the Q.SIG protocol over a Primary Rate Interface (PRI) circuit to connect to a PBX or PSTN.
Option F refers to a SIP trunk that is used to connect CUCM to the Cisco Unity Connection voicemail system.