Communication Server 1000 Rls.5.0 Troubleshooting
A customer has installed a Communication Server 1000 Rls. 5.0 system with 800 IP
telephones. All telephones at the site are registered to a single stand-alone Signaling Server.
This site has three media cards installed. During peak hours, the customer reports IP
telephone registration failures. What would you add to the network to ensure full
redundancy for IP telephones?
A. a redundant Call Server
B. a Layer 2 ethernet switch
C. TPS Follower Signaling Server
D. additional DSP resources in the form of daughterboards or VGMC cards
While attempting to log into a Communication Server 1000 Rls. 5.0 system using Element
Manager, you receive the following message: WEB3003: Destination IP address cannot be
reached, initial RPC fail. Which signaling server command will verify that both the ELAN
link is established and the Call Server IP address is correct?
A. Use stat elnk from Overlay (LD) 137.
B. Use pbxLinkShow from "oam>" shell of the Signaling Server.
C. Use the stat elnk command from "oam>" shell of the Signaling Server.
D. Use the itgCardShow command from the "oam>" shell of the Signaling Server.
A company has a multi-site Communication Server 1000 Rls. 5.0 system located in
Mexico. There are two sites serving as a Main Office (MO) with three Branch Offices each.
All systems are networked via a managed IP backbone. You have just received a trouble
report indicating a network failure at one of the MO locations. Where can you configure the
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) as an alternative route to maintain inter-office
communications until the network failure is addressed?
A. in Overlay (LD) 14 (trunk definition) using the CLI
B. in Overlay (LD) 16 (Route Data Block) using the CLI
C. in Overlay (LD) 86 (Route List Block [RLB]) using the CLI