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Carrier VoIP - Communication
Server 2000 - Compact
In a Carrier VoIP network, what are the two primary functions of the Integrated Element
Management System? (Choose two.)
A. It provides a functional umbrella to manage performance, faults, and security.
B. It manages connectivity between the Packet Switched Network and TDM trunks.
C. It manages a message switching function between elements in an SS7 network.
D. It provides a central launch point to element managers that manage VoIP networks.
Answer: A, D
In a Carrier VoIP network, which two statements about the STORage Management Integrated
Array (STORM-IA) units are true? (Choose two.)
A. The STORM IA unit participates in call processing.
B. The STORM-IA unit uses the Network File System services.
C. The STORM-IA unit operates in a high availability cluster configuration.
D. The STORM-IA unit provides redundancy for application software and data that is stored on
its disk drives.
Answer: B, D
In a Carrier VoIP network, what is the primary function of the USP Manager?
A. Manages all Universal Access VoIP network components.
B. Manages the Universal Switch Provisioning Network Element.
C. Manages the OAM&P activities for the Universal Signaling Point component.
D. Manages the Universal Access VoIP signaling and performance Network Element.
Which circuit provides connectivity between legacy equipment (i.e., MS) and the CS2000
compact in the Carrier VoIP hybrid solution?
A. Call Agent
B. TDM Controller
C. Shelf Controller
D. Message Controller
In a Carrier VoIP network, which occurs in the event of a complete failure of an active STORage
Management Integrated Array (STORM-IA) unit?