NNCSS VoIP Succession 1000/1000M
Rls. 3.0 DB Administrator
A customer has installed a Succession 1000M Rls. 3.0 system. They configured Network
Alternate Route Selection (NARS) and Basic Alternate Route Selection (BARS) access codes
but they have an intermittent problem accessing those numbers. They receive the error: RR0628
Route Route Selection (BARS) access codes but they have an intermittent problem accessing
those numbers. They receive the error: ?RR0628 Route List data cannot be accessed on the
PBX terminal.? What is the first step in troubleshooting?
A. Check the RLI in LD 87.
B. Reboot the PBX.
C. Add route list data through service change.
D. Make sure that route block is not corrupted.
A large corporation's long distance company provides for 7-digit dialing between all of the
company's branch offices over the same TIE lines as regular long distance. The company has
opted to use BARS and NARS with access codes of 9 and 8 respectively. The programmer has
programmed the access codes, Route List Indices (RLI), and network translation tables. Since
it is interoffice calling, the FRL on the RLIs are set to 0. Test calls get a reorder tone, and a
trace of the call indicates the call does not reach a trunk. ial 9?works; however, ial 8?does not.
to 0. Test calls get a reorder tone, and a trace of the call indicates the call does not reach a
trunk. ?ial 9?works; however, ?ial 8?does not. What should be checked to help remedy the
A. Verify that the Network Translation tables (LD 90) are programmed for AC2.
B. Verify that the Network Translation Tables (LD 90) are programmed for AC1.
C. Verify that the RLI is designated for AC2 in LD 86.
D. Verify that the telephone's NCOS is high enough (LD 11).
A company wants to allow certain NXXs in an area code to use the TIE line route to that area
code. All other NX