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Q11. Which E.164 transformation pattern represents phone numbers in Germany?
Q12. Refer to the exhibit.
What should the destination IP address be configured as on the HQ and BR1 SIP trunks?
A. The HQ SIP trunk destination IP address should be 10.1.6.10. The BR1 SIP trunk destination IP address should be 10.1.5.10.
B. The destination IP address is not configurable. Each cluster will learn about the remote trunk IP address through SAF learned routes.
C. The destination IP address will be learned automatically and configured on the SIP trunks after the Cisco Unified Communications Managers discover themselves.
D. The HQ SIP trunk destination IP address should be the HQ SAF Forwarder IP address. The BR1 SIP trunk destination IP address should be the BR1 SAF Forwarder IP address.
Incorrect Answer: A, C, D
The gatekeeper changes the IP address of this remote device dynamically to reflect the IP address of the remote device.
Q13. How is a SIP trunk in Cisco Unified Communications Manager configured for SIP precondition?
A. The configuration is done by selecting a SIP precondition trunk for trunk type.
B. The configuration is automatically selected when RSVP is enabled for the location assigned to the trunk.
C. SIP precondition is configured by selecting E2E for RSVP over SIP on the default SIP profile assigned to the SIP trunk.
D. SIP precondition is configured by configuring a new SIP profile and selecting E2E for RSVP over SIP. The new SIP profile must then be assigned to the SIP trunk.
Q14. Which two configurations provide the best SIP trunk redundancy with Cisco Unified Communications Manager? (Choose two.)
A. Configure all SIP trunks with DNS SRV
B. Configure all SIP trunks with Cisco Unified Border Element
C. Configure all SIP trunks to point to a SIP gateway
D. Configure SIP trunks to be members of route groups and route lists
E. Configure all SIP trunks to allow TCP ports 5060
F. Configure all SIP trunks to point to a gatekeeper through SIP to H.323 gateway
Incorrect Answer: B, C, E, F For SIP trunks, Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports up to 16 IP addresses for each DNS SRV and up to 10 IP addresses for each DNS host name. The order of the IP addresses depends on the DNS response and may be identical in each DNS query. The OPTIONS request may go to a different set of remote destinations each time if a DNS SRV record (configured on the SIP trunk) resolves to more than 16 IP addresses, or if a host name (configured on the SIP trunk) resolves to more than 10 IP addresses. Thus, the status of a SIP trunk may change because of a change in the way a DNS query gets resolved, not because of any change in the status of any of the remote destinations.
Q15. Company X has deployed a VCS Control with a local zone and a traversal client zone. To facilitate external calls, VCS Expressway is deployed and traversal server zone is set up there. Video endpoints inside Company X have registered but are unable to receive calls from outside endpoints. Which option could be the cause of this issue?
A. The access control list on the VCS Control must be updated with the IP for the external users.
B. When a traversal zone is set up on VCS Control only outbound calls are possible.
C. The local zone on the VCS Control does not have a search rule configured.
D. The traversal zone on the VCS Control does not have a search rule configured.
Q16. Which command can be used to manually send the MGCP gateway to register with the secondary Cisco Unified Communications Manager server?
A. ccm-manager switchover-to-backup
B. mgcp use backup
C. ccm-manager register backup
D. not supported
Q17. Company A has deployed a VCS Control and is attempting to register a third-party endpoint. The engineer has confirmed that no traffic is being blocked for the endpoint and it is receiving a valid IP address. Which option could be the cause of this registration failure?
A. Third-party endpoints are not compatible with VCS Control, only with VCS Expressway.
B. Cisco Unified Communications Manager is required in addition to the VCS Control.
C. An incorrect SIP domain is configured on the VCS Control for the endpoint.
D. The VCS Control must be deployed together with VCS Expressway before endpoints can register to either one.
There are two call control systems in this item. The Cisco UCM is controlling the Cisco Jabber for Windows Client, and the 7965 and 9971 Video IP Phone. The Cisco VCS is controlling the SX20, the Cisco TelePresence MCU, and the Cisco Jabber TelePresence for Windows.
Use the exhibits to answer the following questions.
A third collaboration call fails between the backbone site and the HQ site. After reviewing the exhibits, which of the following reasons could be causing this failure?
A. Not enough bandwidth has been allocated.
B. Device Pool.
D. The pipe is not functioning.
Based on the exhibit, each call is limited to no more than 128kbps per call, but the total available bandwidth is set to 256 kbps. This will allow the first to calls to go through, but there will be no more available bandwidth for the third call.
Q19. What impact do roaming-sensitive settings and Device Mobility settings have on call routing?
A. Device Mobility settings have no impact on call routing, but roaming-sensitive settings modify the AAR group, AAR CSS, and device CSS.
B. Device Mobility settings modify the device CSS and the roaming-sensitive settings modify the AAR group and AAR CSS.
C. Device Mobility settings modify the AAR group and the AAR CSS, the roaming-sensitive settings modify the device CSS.
D. Roaming-sensitive settings are settings that do not have an impact on call routing. Device Mobility settings, on the other hand, may have an impact on call routing because they modify the device CSS, AAR group, and AAR CSS.
Q20. Which statement about technology implementation strategy is true?
A. Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express can be configured to function with no Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster in the enterprise.
B. Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express in SRST mode can be configured to function with no Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster in the enterprise.
C. SRST can be configured to function with no Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster in the enterprise.
D. SRST and MGCP fallback can be configured to function with no Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster in the enterprise.