Comm Server 1000 Rls.5.0 Installation
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Nortel uses IPSec (IP Security) within various Communication Server (CS) 1000 Rls. 5.0
elements. IPSec provides a basis for the CS 1000 Intrasystem Signaling Security System
(ISSS) solution. If you want to use ISSS in your Nortel system, what must you do?
A. Use a Secure Multimedia Controller.
B. Enable ISSS from the Call Server.
C. Nothing; ISSS is enabled by default.
D. Enable ISSS from the Signaling Server.
You have installed the Linux Base and Enterprise Common Manager (ECM) application
onto a Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) server. All LAN connections are in place and
functioning normally. Now you are ready to access Element Manager for the first time.
What is your next step?
A. Connect through a CLI pass-through with the default password.
B. Connect through a non-secure browser with the default password.
C. Connect through a secure browser with the FQDN in the address field.
D. Connect through a secure browser with the host name in the address field.
Your customer wants to install and configure two Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS)
servers and wants to include Security configuration on both servers. They have a large
network, so it has been decided to centralize the Network Routing Service (NRS)
functionality on one COTS server. They also want to use the Enterprise Common Manager
(ECM) to configure all the Communication Server 1000 systems and have decided to put
the ECM application on the second server. Which configuration does Nortel recommend
for this customer to optimize the load balance of both COTS servers?
A. Install the Primary Security Service with the Primary NRS server and the Backu