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Question: 1
A customer is planning to install and configure a Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) server IBMX306m as a System Manager Server for their Communication Server 1000 Rls. 5.0 network. Which software must be installed and in which order should it be implemented?
A. first the ECM - Element Manager application and then the Linux Base
B. first the Linux Base and then the ECM - Element Manager application
C. first the Linux Base and then the ECM - Network Routing Service application
D. first the ECM - Network Routing Service Manager application and then the Linux Base
Answer: B


Question: 2
How do you access the Network Time Protocol configuration from the Element Manager main system navigation tree?
A. Security>Passwords
B. Tools>Date and Time
C. Security>Login Options
D. Tools>Call Server Initialization
Answer: B


Question: 3
Your customer wants to configure Media Security for their Phase 1 IP telephones. You have turned on the "Always Secure" option in the Media Security window in Element Manager and clicked "Submit". You have also configured the CLS for all Phase 1 IP telephones to MSBT. The documentation states that at this time a "secure" icon should appear on the IP telephone, indicating that Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) is used as the protocol. During a call, the icon does not appear, and the call does not appear to be secure. Why has this happened?
A. Media Security only works with Phase 2 IP telephones.
B. You selected the wrong secured number of packets (NKEY).
C. You did not set the Media Security System Default for the TN.
D. You changed the default on the Session Key Validity Time (TKEY).
Answer: A


Question: 4
Your customer wants to make sure that they get a backup of their Linux base software files during installation. They do not have access to Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) servers. The preinstallation program has just finished, and the Configuration File Backup window appears. What is the next step?
A. Execute the command "sysbackup".
B. Create a backup copy on an external USB device.
C. Create a backup copy on the administering computer.
D. Continue the installation; no backup copy is possible at this time.
Answer: B


Question: 5
When a Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) server is deployed as a Signaling Server for a Communication Server 1000E network, which operating system is deployed?
A. Linux
B. VxWorks
C. Windows XP
D. Windows 2003 Server
Answer: B


Question: 6
From which two parts is the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) composed and in what order must they be configured?
A. first the host name and then the domain name
B. first the domain name and then the host name
C. first the COTS server IP address and then the port number
D. first the COTS server port number and then the IP address
Answer: A


Question: 7
You have installed the Linux Base and Enterprise Common Manager (ECM) application onto a Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) server. All LAN connections are in place and functioning normally. Now you are ready to access Element Manager for the first time. What is your next step?
A. Connect through a CLI pass-through with the default password.
B. Connect through a non-secure browser with the default password.
C. Connect through a secure browser with the FQDN in the address field.
D. Connect through a secure browser with the host name in the address field.
Answer: C


Question: 8
Your customer wants to install and configure two Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) servers and wants to include Security configuration on both servers. They have a large network, so it has been decided to centralize the Network Routing Service (NRS) functionality on one COTS server. They also want to use the Enterprise Common Manager (ECM) to configure all the Communication Server 1000 systems and have decided to put the ECM application on the second server. Which configuration does Nortel recommend for this customer to optimize the load balance of both COTS servers?
A. Install the Primary Security Service with the Primary NRS server and the Backup Security Service with EM.
B. Install the Primary Security Service with Element Manager and the Backup Security Service with the Primary NRS server.
C. Install the Primary Security Service with the Primary NRS server and the Backup Security Service with the Primary EM server.
D. Install the Primary Security Service with the Secondary NRS server and the Backup Security Service with the Primary NRS server.
Answer: B


Question: 9
After the installation of the Linux Base and Application software, your customer wants to back up the Enterprise Common Manager (ECM) security data. All systems are running correctly. They log in to the CLI as a nortel user and try to perform the backup_ss.sh command, but get the following error:
[nortel@rhelnrs isclient]$ /opt/nortel/isclient/backup_ss.sh -path /tmp
rm: cannot remove `13062007.backup': Operation not permitted /tmp
What must your customer do?
A. Restart the COTS ECM server.
B. Enable the Backup Permitted Flag.
C. Restore the Linux base software first.
D. Re-log in as root and re-enter the command.
Answer: D

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