NNCSS Succession 1000/1000M Rls 3.0
DB for Technicians
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The executives of a company want to forward all calls to the administrative assistant when they
do NOT want to be disturbed. However, they do want the assistant to be able to transfer
important calls back to them even though all calls are being forwarded. How can this request
A. The assistant can transfer the call back to the executive's telephone via a secondary Primary
Dialing number (PDN) or a DN. It will follow the forward all calls path back to the assistant.
B. Use The Executive Barge-In feature to allow an assistant to transfer calls back to an
executive's telephone, overriding the Call Forward All Calls (CFAC) feature by using the
Barge-In key to complete the transfer.
C. Install a second telephone that is NOT forwarding calls with its own Telephone Number
(TN) and Dialing Number (DN). It can be an analog 2500 telephone, Digital telephone or
Internet Telephone. The assistant would then transfer important calls to this special non-
D. Use the Secretarial Filtering feature to allow all calls to be forwarded to a second telephone.
The user at the second telephone can answer the forwarded call and can choose to transfer the
call back to the (PDN) of the first telephone, overriding the CFAC feature.
A customer has a Meridian Internet Enabled IP Trunk 3.01 and BCM 3.01 in the network.
They are using OTM 2.0 to administer and maintain the switch. They want to upgrade a
Meridian 1 system to Succession 1000M using the coordinated cutover method. What is the
first procedure that must be completed?
A. Upgrade the firmware on Voice Gateway Media Cards.
B. Configure and cutover an upgraded Succession 1000M Rls. 3.0 system to use IP Peer Virtual