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Q51. Which action configures PSTN backup for calls that are rejected by the gatekeeper CAC? 

A. Configure AAR in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

B. Configure CFUR in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

C. Configure a route pattern, a route list, and route groups to a trunk and a gateway in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

D. Configure a route pattern to a gateway in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

Answer:


Q52. Refer to the following exhibits. 

Users in the U.S dial Germany by calling 9011 49 followed by the remaining digits. What would be the most suitable configuration for Connection X? 

A. Configure a SIP trunk to 10.140.1.1 and a SIP route pattern +49T in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

B. Configure a SIP trunk to the Cisco Unified Border Element and route pattern +49T in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

C. configure a SIP trunk to the Cisco Unified Border Element. Configure a translation pattern for 9011.49T using DDI Predot prefix + and CSS to point to a route pattern partition \+! which uses the SIP trunk. 

D. Configure a SIP trunk to the ITSP. Configure a translation pattern for 9011.49T using DDI predot prefix + and CSS to point to a route pattern partition \+! which uses the SIP trunk. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, B, D SIP trunks for public switched telephone network (PSTN) access are an important new access method for business collaboration. Service providers throughout the world offer SIP trunking as an alternative to traditional TDM (T1/E1) connections. A discard digits instruction (DDI) removes a portion of the dialed digit string before passing the number on to the adjacent system. A DDI must remove portions of the digit string, for example, when an external access code is needed to route the call to the PSTN, but the PSTN switch does not expect that access code. 

Link: https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmsys/a03rp.html 


Q53. Refer to the exhibit. 

Which CSS is used at the HQ Cisco Unified Communications Manager to reroute calls via the PSTN when the SAF network is unavailable? 

A. the phone device CSS 

B. the phone line CSS 

C. the phone line/device combined CSS 

D. the SAF CSS configured on the CCD requesting service 

E. the phone AAR CSS configured at the phone device 

F. No special CSS is required. If SAF patterns are accessible, the PSTN reroute is automatic. 

Answer:


Q54. Scenario 

There are two call control systems in this item. The Cisco UCM is controlling the DX650, the Cisco Jabber for Windows Client, and the 9971 Video IP Phone. The Cisco VCS and TMS control the Cisco TelePresence MCU, and the Cisco Jabber TelePresence for Windows. 

Use the exhibits to answer the following questions. 

DP 

Locations 

CSS 

SRST 

SRST-BR2 Config 

BR2 Config 

SRSTPSTNCall 

Which device configuration option will allow an administrator to control bandwidth between calls placed between branches? 

A. Media Resource Group List 

B. Device Pool 

C. Location 

D. AAR Group 

E. Regions 

Answer:

Explanation: 

In Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, use the System > Location Info menu path to configure locations. Use locations to implement call admission control in a centralized call-processing system. Call admission control enables you to regulate audio quality and video availability by limiting the amount of bandwidth that is available for audio and video calls over links between the locations 


Q55. Which action configures CAC utilizing only Cisco Unified Communications Manager software? 

A. Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager regions. 

B. Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager locations. 

C. Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager RSVP-enabled locations. 

D. Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager MTPs. 

Answer:


Q56. How is the region assigned to a device such as an IP phone? 

A. Regions are assigned directly in the device configuration page. 

B. Regions can be assigned only through a device pool. 

C. Regions can be assigned either directly on the device configuration page or through the device pool. If both configurations exist, the device pool region configuration takes precedence. 

D. Regions can be assigned either directly on the device configuration page or through the device pool. If both configurations exist, the device region configuration takes precedence. 

Answer:


Q57. Refer to the exhibit. 

The exhibit shows centralized Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration components for TEHO calls to U.S. area code 408 from the U.K. The PSTN access code for the U.K. is 9 and 001 for international calls to the U.S. What should the TEHO-US route list configuration consist of? 

A. First route group should point only to the U.K. gateway. The second route group should point to the U.S. gateway. 

B. First route group should be only the local route group. The second route group should point to the U.S. gateway. 

C. First route group should point only to the U.S. gateway. The second route group should be the local route group. 

D. The TEHO-US route list should contain only the local route group. The globalized configuration means that the appropriate gateway will be selected automatically. 

E. The \+! route pattern should point directly to the U.S. gateway. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, B, D The route group points to one or more gateways and can choose the gateways for call routing based on preference. The route group can serve as a trunk group by directing all calls to the primary device and then using the secondary devices when the primary is unavailable. One or more route lists can point to the same route group. Link: 

http://www.ciscosystems.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmsys/a08 gw.html#wp1167274 


Q58. Which statement about SIP precondition is most correct? 

A. When configuring SIP precondition, the SIP trunk must have access to an RSVP agent. 

B. When configuring SIP precondition, the IP phones must have access to an RSVP agent. 

C. When configuring SIP precondition, the IP phones and SIP trunk must have access to an RSVP agent. 

D. RSVP agents are only required for the IP phones. SIP trunks require RSVP agents only when fall back to local RSVP is configured. 

E. SIP trunk will always require RSVP agents regardless of what RSVP type is configured. 

Answer:


Q59. Which two statements about SAF service identifier numbers are true? (Choose two.) 

A. They are generated in the format service:sub-service:instance.instance.instance.instance. 

B. They are 16-bit decimal identifiers. 

C. They are generated in the format data-source:sub-service:instance.matrix.fifty.saf. 

D. They are 32-bit decimal identifiers. 

E. They are generated in the format data.saf.cucm-publisher.asf@domain.local. 

F. They are generated in the format telco.cisco.saf-forwader.db.replicate.data.local. 

Answer: A,B 


Q60. Where do you specify the device mobility group and physical location after they have been configured? 

A. phones 

B. DMI 

C. device mobility CSS 

D. device pool 

E. MRGL 

F. locale 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, B, C, E Before you configure a device pool, you must configure the following items if you want to choose them for the device pool, Cisco Unified Communications Manager group (required), Date/time group (required). Region (required) , SRST reference (optional). Media resource group list (optional), Calling search space for auto-registration (optional). Reverted call focus priority (optional), Device mobility group (optional), Device mobility calling search space, Physical location (optional). Location, AAR group. AAR calling search space. Link: 

https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmcfg/b02devpl.ht ml