NNCSE-Succession 1000/1000m RIS.3.0
A multi-site Succession 1000/1000M Rls 3.0 system has just been networked to a third-party
H.323 Gateway via IP Peer Networking. During call testing, it was discovered that NO Succession
telephone calls can be completed to this third-party Gateway. Which three actions will determine
the root cause or lead to the resolution of this call issue? (Choose three.)
A. Verify the data network integrity to the third-party Gateway.
B. Verify that the H.323 Signaling Gateways in both systems are running and registered with
their appropriate H.323 Gatekeeper.
C. Verify that the telephone(s) used for testing are compatible with this Gateway. If NOT, change
to a H.323 compatible telephone.
D. Verify that the H.323 Signaling Gateway application is installed and running on the Signaling
Server in this system and in the third-party system.
Answer: A, B, D
Given the following information:? A company has a multi-site Succession 1000M Multi-Group
Rls. 3.0 System providing IP-PBX services. ?All Succession systems are networked via a
managed IP backbone. ?All systems have i2002 Internet Telephone users. ?All users at one site
report they are unable to dial any external users through the Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN). ?There are NO reported problems with dialing any internal i2002 Internet Telephone
user. ?Troubleshooting confirmed that these i2002 Internet Telephones are registered. What is the
first step in troubleshooting this issue?
A. Restart the i2002 Internet Telephones only.
B. Uninstall the i2002 software and then reinstall it.
C. Restart the Signaling Server and the i2002 Internet Telephones.
D. Enable the VGMC in Overlay LD 32 and verify that all the DSP channels are registered.
Given the following information: ?A company has a multi-site Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0