Secure an IP telephone network

Objective: Secure an IP telephone network
SubObjective: Configure multilevel admin (MLA)


Multiple Answer, Multiple Choice


Which statements are TRUE regarding multilevel administration (MLA)? (Choose two.)



  1. MLA creates a predefined super user named CCMOperator.
  2. Directory user names and passwords stored in Kerberos provide the basis for login information when MLA is enabled.
  3. MLA provides required privileges for a selected group of users.
  4. MLA provides audit logs of user logins, and access and modification to Cisco CallManager configuration data.

 


Answers:
C.  MLA provides required privileges for a selected group of users.
D.  MLA provides audit logs of user logins, and access and modification to Cisco CallManager configuration data.


Tutorial:
The following statements are true regarding MLA:



  • MLA provides required privileges for a selected group of users.
  • MLA provides audit logs of user logins and access and modification to Cisco CallManager configuration data.
  • MLA creates a predefined super user named CCMAdministrator. If MLA is enabled, login only works for CCMAdministrator.
  • Directory user names and passwords stored in lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) provide the basis for login information when MLA is enabled.
  • Before MLA was available, a local NT administration account was used by Cisco CallManager administrators.

The option stating that directory user names and passwords stored in Kerberos provide the basis for login information when MLA is enabled is incorrect because directory user names and passwords that are stored in LDAP provide the basis for login information when MLA is enabled.


The option stating that MLA creates a predefined super user named CCMOperator is incorrect because MLA creates a predefined super user named CCMAdministrator.


Reference:
Cisco Unified CallManager System Guide, Release 4.2(1) > Multilevel Administration

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