NCDE callpilot 2.x/3.0 unified messaging
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A customer has installed several Communication Server
(CS) 1000M RIs 4.0 systems in their offices around
the city. Their auditor based at site A travels between
offices using the Network Virtual Office feature.
While visiting site C across town, the auditor must
dial 911 from his/her telephone. What does the system
do to ensure the E911 authorities respond to the right
A. E911 feature always delivers physical
location of instrument via Gatekeeper.
B. The Virtual Office login is dropped and the call
is made from site C Call Server.
C. E911 call is generated from the site A and CLID
notifies E911 of correct location.
D. The TPS generates the correct information in the
CLID to E911 Virtual Office still logged in.
A site has a Communication Server (CS) 1000S RIs 4.0
system which includes a Call Server, Media Gateway
1 (MG1) and Media Gateway 2 (MG2). MG1 is the ACS
and MG2 is a nonsurvivable cabinet. The customer notices
that IP telephones are able to call each other. However,
the IP users cannot initiate a conference. Which is
a valid reason for the IP telephones not being able
to establish a conference call?
A. The MG1 has completely failed.
B. The PBX link between the Media Cards and Call Server
C. The Call Server has lost IP link to MG2. MG2 contains
the Media Cards.
D. The Call Server has lost IP link to MG2. MG2 contains
the CONF/TDS pack.
A company has a Communication Server (CS) 1000/1000M
RIs, 4.0 system with IP Phone and digital telephone
users. ? IP Phone and digital telephone users are
reporting a no speech path condition when they call
each other. However, digital telephone users do not
have this issue when they call each other and IP Phone
users do not have this issue when they call each other.
After making several test calls, it is discovered
that this issue seems to occur when the Media Card
in Media Gateway 3 (MG 3) is used to make calls. Assume
the following facts are known: ? IP Phone users do
not reside in the same Telephony LAN (TLAN) subnet
as the Media Card. ? The issue has been isolated to
when the Media Card in MG 3 is used. ? The only digital
line card in the system is in MG 3. What is the correct
step in troubleshooting this issue?
A. Replace the digital line card in MG 3.
B. Replace the IP Daughter Board (DB) in MG 3.
C. From the Media Card ping the TLAN Gateway. If the
ping fails, have the network support personnel fix
D. From MG 3 ping one of the IP Phone users. If the
ping fails, have the network support personal fix
the routing issue for MG 3.
A large company has a Communication Server (CS) 1000
RIs. 4.0 as their Main Office (MO). They have several
remote sites connected to the company's WAN via lP
Phone 2004 telephones. They have received reports
from users that some lP calls are choppy or clipped.
Which error communications should you review first
to assist you in diagnosing and resolving this issue?
A. Check the Gatekeeper for error conditions.
B. Check the error logs of the routers supporting
this CS system.
C. Check the error messages from the Call Server and
review the ones that indicate packet loss.
D. Check the error log of the Media Cards and review
the ones that indicate the status of the network.
A company has a multi-site Communication Server (CS)
1000/1000M RIs. 4.0 system providing IP-PBX services.
All CS systems are networked via a managed IP backbone.
One of the CS 1000/1000M RIs. 4.0 systems is having
trouble with a Media Card. The Media Card has been
unable to register with the system after a reboot
and displays an F:04 error code on the LED faceplate
display. The error code F:04 description states that
the Watchdog Timer Test Failed . This CS 1000/1000M
RIs. 3.0 system has a Call Server, Signaling Server
and Media Cards. Which task should you perform next
to resolve this Media Card fault?
A. Replace the Media Card.
B. Replace the 8051 co-processor.
C. Replace the Compact Flash card.
D. Reset the 8051 co-processor card.
You are installing the hardware at a customer's new
Media Gateway (MG) 1000B branch office site. As you
take stock of the installation components, you notice
that the Signaling Server has been shipped from a
site which had been decommissioned some time ago.
What impact could this have on your commissioning
A. Halt all commissioning until the state
of all shipped units has been determined.
B. Ask to have a new Signaling Server sent to your
job site. The unit from the decommissioned site cannot
C. The Signal Server already has its software installed;
reconfigure the Signaling Server in accordance with
D. Verify that the software version loaded on the
Signaling Server is compatible with your install;
if not, use the install tool to perform software upgrade.
A customer with Meridian 1 81C Internet Enabled system
wants to upgrade to communication Server (CS) 1000M-SG
RIs. 4.0. As a part of upgrade procedure the IP Trunk
cards will be converted to Media cards. What should
be done with ITG Trunk 2.xx nodes containing Media
cards before OTM can transmit IP Line 4.0 loadware
to the IP Trunk cards?
A. The C: drive must be formatted.
B. They must first be upgraded and rebooted to run
C. They must first be upgraded and rebooted to run
the latest lP Trunk loadware.
D. All unnecessary files and directories that were
created by the IP Trunk 2.xx loadware must be removed
from the Media Cards.
A customer with a Communication Server (CS) 1000/1000M
RIs 4.0 system is upgrading their Media Gateways in
sequential order. The Media Gateways are configured
for survivability and have been forced into survival
mode. The Software Delivery card was inserted in slot
A on the Small System Controller (SSC) card of the
Media Gateway and a re-boot was performed. The remaining
upgrade steps were performed to the point where the
following message appeared; ? Installation completed
successfully. Rebooting ? Which steps are still required
to complete the survivable Media Gateway upgrade?
A. Log in to the Call Server. Access Overlay
LD 135. At the prompt type, SBFS n. Then access Overlay
LD 43 and perform a data dump.
B. Log in to the Call Server. Access Overlay LD 137.
At the prompt type, SOTS n. Then access Overlay LD
43 and perform a data dump.
C. Log in to the Call Server. Access Overlay LD 43.
At the prompt type, SOTS n. Next access Overlay LD
135 and perform a data dump. Then re-boot the system.
D. Log in to the Call Server. Access Overlay LD 137.
At the prompt, SOTS n. Next re-boot the system. Then
access Overlay LD 43 and perform a data dump.
Using the Network Routing Service Element Manager,
it is possible to back up the NRS database to the
local computer hard drive manually. Which procedure
will accomplish this?
A. Click Database Backup, Manual Backup.
B. After backing up the file, click Download the latest
C. Save the file to a floppy disk and then transfer
it to you hard drive.
D. Transfer the file to the FTP server and then transfer
it to the hard drive.
A customer with a Communication Server (CS) 1000 RIs.
4.0 system, using Primary Rate Interface (PRI) PSTN
access, is trying to troubleshoot intermittent dropped
calls. What solution recommendation can you provide
to the customer that does not impact service?
A. use LD 96 to monitor the D-channel to
determine which end is dropping the call
B. have the customer run T1/E1 diagnostics in LD 60
by putting T1/E1 in loopback
C. use Element Manager - Zone and Link Diagnostics
to perform the required trunk testing
D. use LD 105 to perform an Operation Measurement
study (TRAO) to determine the extent of the problem