Communication Server 1000 Rls. 5.0 Upgrades for Technicians.
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A customer is upgrading from Meridian 1 Option 11C Rls.
24 to a Communication Server 1000E Rls. 5.0 Standard
Availability with a single Media Gateway 1000E chassis
and has decided to install a new CP-PM Call Server card.
Which step(s) are required to migrate a Small System
database to the CP-PM?
A. Complete an inventory of the Small System
using LD 117 and then migrate using LD 10 and LD 11.
B. Backup the Small System database using LD 43 EDD
and then archive the database using LD 143.
C. Configure MGCONF and MGTDS separately and map them
to a specific CP-PM CS prior to migration.
D. Use the issp command in LD 22 to determine MGC Loadware
PEPS and then use the lwinst command to activate the
MGC Loadware patch.
A customer is upgrading to Communication Server (CS)
1000 Rls. 5.0 from a CS 1000E CP-PIV on Rls. 4.5. The
customer is requesting the least-cost upgrade solution.
What should be proposed?
A. Upgrade Call Server hardware and software.
B. Upgrade software and upgrade SS memory to 1 GB.
C. Upgrade processors to new CP-PM CS and upgrade software.
D. Upgrade CP-PIV CS to CP-PM CS, SS memory to 1 GB,
software and replace the SSC cards with Media Gateway
A customer has upgraded to Communication Server 1000E
Rls. 5.0 and is using the Management Tool NRSM on Linux.
In conducting a search for Routing Entries, the engineer
is looking for a specific number range. The engineer
wants to secure all entries from the entire service
domain and identify specific end points where they terminate.
What is a more efficient procedure for searching for
A. Enter the specific DN type + the entire
B. Enter *56* (considered a wild card) + the entire
C. Enter #56# (considered a wild card) + the entire
D. Enter the specific service domain + the entire service
domains to specific endpoints.
A customer is upgrading from a Meridian Option 11C to
Communication Server 1000E Rls. 5.0 with an IP Media
Gateway. With this configuration, they are using both
the 32-port and 96-port DSPs on the MGC. If they need
more DSPs, what is the available configuration option?
A. An MC32S can be added.
B. Change out the Low Density DSP to a second High Density
C. A second IPMG would need to be installed to provide
the additional DSPs.
D. The entire system would be to be re-engineered to
ensure timeslots are available for MGCONF and MGTDS
A customer is upgrading to a Communication Server 1000E
Rls. 5.0. Which hardware components also provide DSP
services? (Choose two.)
A. 32-port DSP Daughterboard
B. 96-port DSP Daughterboard
C. 128-port DSP Daughterboard
D. Media Gateway Controller card (MC32B)
Answer: A, B
A customer is upgrading from Communication Server 1000E
Rls. 5.0 Standard Availability to Communication Server
1000E Rls. 5.0 High Availability. In addition to a Media
Gateway 1000E, what configuration must be in place for
this to occur?
A. A CP-PM and an MGC
B. A CP-PM CS, an MGC, and package 410 High Availability
C. A CP-PM CS, CP-PM SS, an MGC, and package 405 GRSEC
D. A CP-PM CS with either a CP-PM SS, ISP 1100 or COTS
VxWorks SS, and an MGC, and package 410 High Availability
A customer is upgrading an existing Media Gateway (MG)
1000T Rls. 4.5 to a Media Gateway 1000E Rls. 5.0 and
wants to utilize media security through the DSPs. This
upgrade includes a Media Gateway Controller (MGC) card
with DSP daughterboards. What is the maximum number
of DSPs that can be equipped on an MGC using 32 or 96-port
A customer is installing a Communication Server 1000E
Rls. 5.0 with a single Media Gateway 1000E chassis.
In this configuration, which slot houses the Media Gateway
A. Slot 0
B. Slot 1
C. Slot 2
D. Slot 3 E. Slot 4