Communication Server 1000 Rls.5.0
Upgrades for Engineers
A customer is upgrading a Communication Server (CS) 1000E Rls. 4.5 system to a
Communication Server (CS) 1000E Rls. 5.0 High Availability system. They wish to provide
backup Terminal Proxy Server (TPS) services in case of a Signaling Server failure. Which
component does not provide backup TPS services?
A. ITG-Pentium (ITG-P)
B. DSP Daughterboard
C. Media Card 32-port (MC32)
D. Media Card 32-port S (MC32S)
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000E at Rls. 4.5 to CS
1000E Rls. 5.0 High Availability (HA). The customer has decided to keep the CP-PII call
processor. What is the maximum number of Media Gateway 1000E systems supported in this
A customer is upgrading an existing Communication Server (CS) 1000S at Rls. 4.5 to a CS
1000E Rls. 5.0 Standard Availability (SA) with a single Media Gateway 1000E chassis. As
part of this upgrade, a CP-PM Call Server Card has been added. What happens to the Terminal
Number (TN) format during the upgrade?
A. The format used by the small system (Card-Unit) is retained.
B. It is automatically converted to the large system format of Loop-Shelf-Card-Unit for IP
C. It is automatically converted to the large system format of Loop-Shelf-Card-Unit for all
D. It must be changed to the large system format of Loop-Shelf-Card-Unit through manually re-
programming all devices assigned TNs.
A customer is upgrading an existing Media Gateway (MG) 1000T to a Communication Server
(CS) 1000E and maintaining it in autonomous (standalone) mode. What best describes this
A. This upgrade is not a valid option in Rls. 5.0.
B. The MG 1000T Call Server is upgraded to a CP-PM Call Server and all other hardware
C. The MG 1000T is upgraded to Rls. 5.