Exam Number 648-247
Duration 60 minutes (50-60 questions)
Available Languages English, Japanese
This exam tests the Sales and Field Engineer’s knowledge of the Cisco Physical Access Control solution. Candidates will be tested on knowledge of the basics of physical access control and the Cisco Physical Access Manager software solution. In addition, the candidate will also be asked questions regarding the PAC hardware components consisting of the MSP server platform, Access Control gateway and I/O modules, and 3rd party devices. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the CPAM course offered by Cisco Advance Services Education.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.
Access control basics, legacy vs Cisco architectures
Integration with 3rd party data systems
CPAM configuration workflow
Users, badges, I/O, edge policies, and maps
Schedules, backup, and troubleshooting
When a 24 VDC fail safe lock is being used to secure a door, how should power be supplied to the
lock from the control source?
A. connected +24 VDC directly to the lock
B. connected +24 VDC through common and normally close
C. connected +24 VDC through common and normally open
D. connected +5 VDC binary control signaling
What are the three common methods that are used for authentication with an access control
A. badge card, key fob, and keypad PIN
B. badge card, keypad PIN, and password
C. something you know, something you have, and something you are
D. something you know, something you have, and something you did
Refer to the exhibit.
One or more expansion modules is connected to the Cisco Access Gateway via a CAN bus. How
should the CAN bus wires be connected after the last module in the chain?
A. The CAN bus wires should be looped back to the Cisco Access Gateway.
B. The CAN bus wires should be twisted together and tucked away.
C. The CAN bus wires should be plugged into a Layer 2 Ethernet switch.
D. The CAN bus wires should be terminated with a high-impedance resistor.