Communication Server 1000 Rls.5.0 IP Networking Design
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A design engineer needs to assess the network connections
for the installation of a Communication Server (CS)
1000E Standard Availability (SA) Rls. 5.0 system. One
of the important aspects is having different network
ports available for TLAN and ELAN connections. Which
hardware component needs access to both a TLAN and an
A. Call Server
B. Signaling Server
C. Third-party H.323 Gateway
D. Media Gateway 1000 Chassis
A customer is deploying a Communication Server (CS)
1000E Standard Availability (SA) Rls. 5.0 network. Which
network device should you use to create routed VLANs
for the VoIP traffic, management, and signaling data?
A. Shared hub
B. Layer 2 switch
C. Layer 3 switch
D. Signaling Server
A customer has two office locations (sites A and B)
that require a Communication Server (CS) 1000 Rls. 5.0
solution. Site A will have a CS 1000M Rls. 5.0 system
with 500 IP Phone users, and site B will have a CS 1000M
MG Rls. 5.0 system with 600 IP Phone users. The sites
are 15 kilometers (9 miles) apart. The customer requires
redundancy for IP Clients across the systems. Which
redundancy configuration could provide this functionality?
A. Campus Redundancy
B. Signal Server Redundancy
C. 1 + 1 Geographic Redundancy
D. Controlled Load-Sharing Configuration
A customer has deployed a Communication Server (CS)
1000E Rls. 5.0 system for its main office. The system
includes one Signaling Server, one Call Server, and
two IP Media Gateways. The customer also plans to open
a branch office with 200 seats. Which additional component(s)
would be required?
A. a Survivable Remote Gateway 50
B. a Survivable Remote Gateway 400
C. a Media Gateway 1000B and a Call Server
D. a Media Gateway 1000B and a Signaling Server
With consideration to a deployment decision, which feature
is the main difference between a Media Gateway 1000B
Rls. 5.0 and a Survivable Remote Gateway?
C. WAN deployable
D. PSTN Trunking in Network
Which two statements most accurately describe the functions
of the available Survivable Remote Gateway (SRG) solutions?
A. During normal mode operation, IP Clients are controlled
by the Main Office Call Server.
B. During local mode operation, IP Clients may have
access to the PSTN and emergency services.
C. The base configuration for available SRG solutions
provides the ability to support digital telephones.
D. If a WAN failure occurs, IP Phones connected to the
SRG must manually be switched to local mode.
Answer: A, B