Communication Server (CS) 1000 Rls.4.0
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A company has a Meridian 1 Option 81C Rls. 25.40 system that is supporting 2,000 users at
their headquarters. They plan to install a Communication Server (CS)1000 Rls. 4.0 system in
a second building to support 500 new employees. Both systems use Direct Inward Dialing
(DID) for all stations. Some extensions numbers are duplicated in each system. The new CS
1000 Rls. 4.0 system will network with the existing Meridian 1 at the headquarters building.
They want to implement the shortest possible dialing sequence internally. The company does
not want to modify the existing Meridian 1 hardware configuration, but wants to implement
location based dialing sequence between buildings. Which two requirements should be
combined to create a multi-site distributed system to meet the customer requirements? (Choose
A. Implement a Unified Dialing Plan (UDP) system wide.
B. Use PSTN trunks to complete the calls between the sites.
C. Implement a Coordinated Dialing Plan (CDP) system wide.
D. Add a Signaling Server including an H.323 gateway at headquarters.
E. Enable IP Peer Networking between the CS 1000 and the Meridian 1.
F. Use H.323 and MCDN to implement telephony features transparently between the two
Answer: A, B
A customer is acquiring two competitors' operations. Once the merger is completed, they will
have three Communication Server (CS) 1000 Rls. 4.0 systems networked together through
LAN and WAN connections. With a mix of SIP Redirect Servers and H.323 Gatekeepers
within each organization, how can this customer provide network-wide feature transparency?
A. By duplicating services and installation configurations across each location.
B. The customer should concentrate on location specific features