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Q71. What is the fastest way for an engineer to test the implementation of SRST in a production environment? 

A. Shut down the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Servers. 

B. Shut down the switch ports connected to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Servers. 

C. Add a null route to the publisher Cisco Unified Communications Manager at the remote router. Remove the null route when the operation is verified. 

D. Unplug the IP phones from their switch ports. 

E. Verification is not needed. 


Q72. Which two options for a Device Mobility-enabled IP phone are true? (Choose two.) 

A. The phone configuration is not modified. 

B. The roaming-sensitive parameters of the current (that is, the roaming) device pool are applied. 

C. The user-specific settings determine which location-specific settings are downloaded from the Cisco Unified Communications Manager device pool. 

D. If the DMGs are the same, the Device Mobility-related settings are also applied. 

Answer: B,D 

Q73. Refer to the exhibit. 

Which statement about the configuration between the Default and BR regions is true? 

A. Calls between the two regions can use either 64 kbps or 8 kbps. 

B. Calls between the two regions can use only the G.729 codec. 

C. Only 64 kbps will be used between the two regions because the link is "lossy". 

D. Both codecs can be used depending on the loss statistics of the link. When lossy conditions are high, the G.711 codec will be used. 


Q74. Which sign is prefixed to the number in global call routing? 

A. -

B. + 

C. # 

D. @ 

E. & 

F. * 


Q75. How do RSVP-enabled locations differ from Cisco Unified Communications Manager locations? 

A. RSVP is configured in the ISR independent of Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

B. RSVP enables AAR within Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

C. RSVP is topology aware. 

D. RSVP is configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager independent of the ISR. 


Q76. Which option is a benefit of implementing CFUR? 

A. CFUR is designed to initiate TEHO to reduce toll charges. 

B. CFUR can prevent phones from unregistering. 

C. CFUR can reroute calls placed to a temporarily unregistered destination phone. 

D. CFUR eliminates the need for COR on an ISR. 


Q77. When implementing a dial plan for multisite deployments, what must be present for SRST to work successfully? 

A. dial peers that address all sites in the multisite cluster 

B. translation patterns that apply to the local PSTN for each gateway 

C. incoming and outgoing COR lists 

D. configuration of the gateway as an MGCP gateway 


Q78. On which Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration parameter does the CODEC that a Cisco IP Phone uses for a call depend? 

A. enterprise parameters 

B. media resources 

C. physical location 

D. region 

E. location 


Q79. You are deploying a remote office setup that connects with Cisco Unity Communications Manager at a hub location. You have an available dedicated bandwidth of 20% from the 2-Mb/s WAN circuit for VoIP that supports a maximum of 17 calls. Which codec do you configure in Cisco Unity Communications Manager to achieve this? 

A. G.722 

B. G.711 

C. G.729 

D. iSAC 


F. iLBC 


Q80. During device failover to the secondary Cisco Unified Communications Manager server, how does the phone recognize that the primary server is back? 

A. The secondary server keeps sending keepalive message to the primary server and when it succeeds, it unregisters the phones to force them to register to the primary. 

B. When the primary server goes online, it sends out an "ALIVE" message via broadcast so that the phones re-register. 

C. The phones never re-register with the primary server until the active (secondary) one goes down. 

D. The phone sends keepalive messages to the primary server frequently and when it succeeds, the phone re-registers with it.