NNCSS-Communication Server (CS) Rls. 4.0
Database Administrator Practice
A company has upgraded to a CS 1000 Rls 4.0 system. They want to raise the 2250 Attendant
Consoles NCOS to 7. How should you change the NCOS for an Attendant Console?
A. LD 12; TYPE: 2250; Main Console TN; NCOS
B. LD 15; TYPE: ATT_Data, NCOS
C. LD 17; TYPE: CFN: ATT_NCOS
D. LD 86; TYPE: ESN; ATT_NCOS
A customer has a CS 1000 Rls. 4.0 and wants to implement Music on Hold for their customers
who call their system using a 1-800 number as well as their local trunks. Their 1-800 trunks are
in Route 2 and the Terminal Numbers (TNs) are 24 1 through 24 23. They also have special
advertising on Music Route 96 that they want for their 1-800 callers to hear. What is the correct
overlay and prompt to access to meet this customer's requirements?
A. Access LD 14 and enter 96 at the MRT prompt for each TN (24 1 ?24 23).
B. Access LD 15, and enter 96 at the MUS prompt for digital trunks.
C. Access LD 16 and enter 96 at the MUS prompt for Route 2.
D. Access LD 16 and enter 96 at the MRT prompt for Route 2.
A customer has a CS 1000 Rls 4.0 system. They have to configure Start Arrangement Incoming
(STRI) prompt as part of Trunk Data Block programming in LD 14. In addition, they want to
program the system so the terminating trunk is NOT expected to return a pulse telling the
originating end to begin sending digits. What is the correct value for STRI prompt considering
the customer's requirements?
A company with a CS 1000 Rls 4.0 system wants to have their "Human Resource (HR) help
line" (a single Directory Number [DN]) appear on eight HR employees' telephones. They want
a call to ring on all eight telephones with the group being able to handle eight calls
simultaneously. Which configuration should you