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Callpilot 4.0 Installation And Maintenance Exam
When installing a CallPilot system using a 201i server and a CS 1000 system, how
do you connect the SCSI connection to the server?
A. by using the low profile right-angle SCSI connector on the NTRH3502SCSI cable
attached to the SCSI connector on the 201i server faceplate
B. by using the backplane connector in the Media Gateway or Media Gateway
Expansion with the multi I/O cable (NTRH0912) to the next device in the SCSI chain
C. by using the CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH1408 attached from the SCSI
connector on the 201i server faceplate to the SCSI adapter A0763912 on the CD-
D. by using the Intermediate SCSI cable NTRH1408 that connects from the SCSI
connector on the 201i server faceplate to the I/O panel connector and the NTRH1410
When configuring the switch to support CallPilot services, which programming can
you perform to provide for uninterrupted call processing in case the link or CallPilot
A. At the Night Call Forward (NCFW) prompt, forward the primary Control
Directory Number to the attendant.
B. At the Night Call Forward (NCFW) prompt, forward the primary Control
Directory Number (CDN) to a secondary CDN.
C. At the Local Default ACD DN (DFDN) prompt, direct all Control Directory
Numbers to an appropriate phantom directory number depending on media type
D. At the Local Default Automatic Call Distribution directory number (DFDN)
prompt, direct all the CallPilot associated Control Directory Numbers to a Default
ACD DN, typically an attendant.
You are preparing to set up, install, and configure a CallPilot system. There are
several tasks involved with any server installation. Several guidelines should be
followed whenever handling switch a