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Nortel Communication Server 1000
System Upgrades to Rls . 5.0 for Technicians

 

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QUESTION NO: 1
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000S at Rls. 4.5 to a CS 1000E Rls. 5.0. They want to implement Media Security (SRTP). Which new hardware components can be used to support this requirement? (Choose two.)
A. CP-PM Signaling Server
B. Voice Gateway Media Card 32
C. Voice Gateway Media Card 32S
D. Voice Gateway Media Card 16S
E. Media Gateway Controller DSP Daughterboard
Answer: C,E


QUESTION NO: 2
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000S at Rls. 4.5 to a CS 1000E Rls. 5.0 with a single IP Media Gateway 1000E chassis. In this configuration, which slot in the IP Media Gateway houses the Media Gateway Controller Card?
A. Slot 0
B. Slot 1
C. Slot 2
D. Slot 3
Answer: A


QUESTION NO: 3
A customer with a Communication Server (CS) 1000E at Rls. 4.5 with an Media Gateway (MG) 1000T containing three chassis is planning to migrate the functionality of the MG 1000T into the CS 1000E High Availability system, and then upgrade the system to Rls. 5.0. The system Signaling Servers are Nortel ISP 1100 servers. What must be done to the Signaling Server to complete the upgrade?
A. Upgrade the server software to Rls. 5.0 only.
B. Replace thehardware to CP-PM Signaling Server.
C. No action is required; the Signaling Server can remain atRls. 4.5.
D. Upgrade the memory to 1 GB followed by a software upgrade toRls. 5.0.
Answer: D


QUESTION NO: 4
A customer is planning to upgrade an existing system to Communication Server (CS) 1000E running Rls. 5.0. The upgraded system will include a Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) server. In order to take advantage of the features provided by the Enterprise Common Manager framework, which options can be deployed? (Choose two.)
A. Linux Operating System and IBM306m
B. Linux Operating System and HP DL320
C. VxWorks Operating System and ISP 1100
D. VxWorks Operating System and HP DL320
Answer: A,B


QUESTION NO: 5
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000S at Rls. 4.5 to a CS 1000E Rls. 5.0. A CP-PM Call Server card is being installed during the upgrade. Which statements correctly describe the software installation process? (Choose two.)
A. Rls. 5.0 software does not need to be installed on the CP-PM Call Server.
B. The Software Install tool is launched on the first boot of the CP-PM Call Server.
C. Rls. 5.0 software must be loaded onto the CP-PM Call Server using a bootable RMD.
D. A bootable RMD must be created containing theRls. 5.0 software and operating system.
Answer: C,D


QUESTION NO: 6
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000S at Rls. 4.5 to a CS 1000E Rls. 5.0. Standard Availability system with two IP Media Gateways. During the upgrade, the system automatically maps small system Terminal Numbers to large system Terminal format. Which action must be completed manually?
A. Re-program Tone Receiver Terminal Numbers
B. Re-program Trunk Terminal Numbers with new format
C. Re-program IP Phone Terminal Numbers with new format
D. Change the format on the Element Manager IP Telephony Node files
Answer: D


QUESTION NO: 7
A customer with a Communication Server (CS) 1000E at Rls. 4.5 with an Media Gateway (MG) 1000T is planning to migrate the functionality of the MG 1000T into the CS 1000E High Availability system, and then upgrade the system to Rls. 5.0. The upgraded system will have two IP Media Gateways. Which statement is true regarding DSP resources for the IP Media Gateways in the upgraded system?
A. DSP resources are no longer required for inter-IPMG call.
B. DSP resources are no longer required for TDM to IP calls.
C. DSP resources are localized to a particular IPMG where the DSP resource is located.
D. DSP resources are considered system resources and are not localized to a particular chassis.
Answer: C


QUESTION NO: 8
A customer with a Communication Server (CS) 1000E at Rls. 4.5 with an Media Gateway (MG) 1000T is planning to migrate the functionality of the MG 1000T into the CS 1000E High Availability system, and then upgrade the system to Rls. 5.0. The upgraded system will have two IP Media Gateways. Which statement is true for this type of upgrade?
A. The IPMG type remains SSC.
B. The IPMG does not require an IP address.
C. The IP address for each IPMG is automatically configured.
D. The IP address for each IPMG must be configured in LD 97.
Answer: D


QUESTION NO: 9
A customer is upgrading a Communication Server (CS) 1000E at Rls. 4.5 to a Communication Server (CS) 1000E Rls. 5.0 system. The customer has decided to replace an existing Nortel ISP 1100 Signaling Server with a CP-PM Signaling Server. The NRS database has already been backed up. What is the next step in the upgrade process?
A. The ISP 1100 tools menu is used to back-up the IP data files to a CD.
B. Element Manager is used to back up the IP data files to an ftp location.
C. Element Manager is used to back up the IP data files to a 3.5?floppy disc.
D. The ISP 1100 tools menu is used to back up the IP data files to a 3.5" floppy disc.
Answer: D

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