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A customer site has deployed 300 Nortel 2210 handsets. The network has a single 2245 IP
Telephony Manager. The customer has concerns that their users are not able to make calls
randomly at certain times of the day. However, if the users make several attempts to make a
call during this period they can usually get though. You go to the site during off hours and
cannot reproduce the problem. What is causing the issue?
A. The network needs more access points.
B. The firmware on the 2210 handsets needs to be updated.
C. The firmware on the 2245 IP Telephony Manager needs to be updated.
D. The site needs more than one 2245 IP Telephony Manager to support the number of clients.
A client is deploying a Nortel WSS 2250 for their wireless network. There are five wireless
subnets attached to the network. There is a router behind the WSS 2250. The client has
configured RIPv2 on the router to share routing information with the 2250. However, the
router is not receiving RIP updates. What is the issue?
A. RIP listening is not turned on at the router.
B. The 2250 does not support RIP, use static routes instead.
C. The 2250 only supports RIPv1, the router should be configured accordingly.
D. The customer has not configured RIP on the 2250. Enable RIP from the CLI.
A network using an adaptive solution is configured to support both a voice network and a data
network. There are two WLANs configured on the Nortel 2270 -- a voice WLAN named
'voice' and a data WLAN named 'data'. The users are experiencing the following issues:
?Users at the office are not required to statically enter SSIDs. ?A user can use the Nortel 2211
handset to work from an office desk, but cannot get a laptop using a Nortel 2201 wireless