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Certification Additional Online Exams for Validating Knowledge
Exam Code 650-042
Title Mobile Internet Technology for Field Engineers
No Of Questions 75
Last Updated November 6,2019
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650-042 MITFE
 Mobile Internet Technology for Field Engineers
 
 Exam Description
 
This exam will test Field Engineer's knowledge of installation, configuration and operation of the Cisco ASR 5000 mobile internet solution. There will be a focus on hands-on configuration of xGSN and EPC implementations. Candidates should prepare for this exam by taking the Mobile Internet Technology for System Engineers course as the MIT FE exam covers content from both the SE and FE training courses.
 
 Exam Topics
 
The following information provides 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.
 * Describe ASR 5000 Hardware and Software
 * Describe Understanding the StarOS Command Line Interface (CLI)
 * Describe Software Licensing and Upgrade
 * Describe ASR 5000 Core services for GPRS/UMTS - SGSN and GGSN Functionalities
 * Describe the Design and Implementation of xGSN
 * Describe Billing & Policy
 * Describe Statistics and Alarms
 * Describe Services Overview
 * Describe the Design and Implementation of LTE

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