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Q31. The System Manager administrator must consider the implications of restoring System Manager Data.
Which two restore-from-backup statements are true? (Choose two.)
A. The restore operation will terminate all SIP sessions, and no SIP services will be available until the operation completes.
B. The restore operation will take a varying amount of time depending on the amount of data.
C. The restore operation will be scheduled for a time when the network is not busy.
D. The restore operation will over-write all System Manager data held in the repository.
Q32. How is call Admission Control enabled for Session Manager Release 6.1?
A. Call Admission Control is enabled in the SIP Entity by specifying a value for Managed Bandwidth.
B. Call Admission Control is enabled on the Session Manager instance by specifying a value for Managed Bandwidth.
C. Call Admission Control is enabled on a Location by specifying a value for Managed Bandwidth.
D. Call Admission Control is enabled on an Entity Link specifying a value for Managed Bandwidth on the Locations screen in Session Manager.
Q33. A technician wants to schedule a bulk operation to take place at a convenient time in the future
What are two methods for scheduling bulk operations? (Choose two.)
A. # Sh exportUpmUsers.sh -u admin -p adminl23 -t 2013:05:01:12:00:00
B. # sh exportUpmUsers.sh -u admin -p adminl23 -d 2013:05:01:12:00:00
C. Navigate to Users > User Management, click 'More Options' and select 'Import Users'. Choose 'schedule' in the options.
D. Navigate to Users > User Management, click 'More Options' and select 'Export Users'. Choose 'schedule' in the options.
Q34. When you upgrade Session Manager you had been using the hardware SM-100, the network connection of the SM-100 must be moved to which port on the Session Manager server?
A. eth2 port, labeled “2”
B. eth2 port, labeled “3”
C. eth0 port, labeled “1”
D. eth0 port, labeled “0”
Q35. A technician in is tasked with moving a user from one redundant Session Manager pair to another
Which sequence describes the steps that should be taken?
A. Go to the User's User Profile.
Select different Session Manager instance from the Primary Session Manager and Secondary
Session Manager lists.
B. Go to the user's User Profile.
De-select the current community. Select the new community.
C. Navigate to the Communities page.
Select the Community into which the user will be moved.
Select the user from a drop down list to add the user to the community.
D. Go to the Locations page.
Select a location, define it as a Primary community and add the user.
Select another location, define it as a Secondary community and add the user.
Q36. Which statement is true with regard to SIP Monitoring being enabled on a SIP Entity?
A. Session Manager will monitor the status of that SIP Entity by sending SIP OPTIONS requests.
B. SIP Entity will monitor the status of Session Manager by sending SIP OPTIONS requests.
C. Session Manager will monitor the status of that SIP Entity by sending SIP SUBSCRIBE requests.
D. Session Manager will monitor the status of that SIP Entity by sending SIP NOTIFY requests.
E. System Manager will monitor the status of that SIP Entity by sending SIP OPTIONS requests.
Q37. Session Manager (SM) has been successfully installed. You have configured the Session Manager instance and it has passed all tests. However, when you attempt to test a call, it fails and you receive a 503 service Unavailable - System Busy response.
What is a cause for the call to fail and how can it be fixed?
A. There is a non-bidirectional FQDN resolution between SM and System Manager (SMGR). Verify that either the SMGR or the SM has updated DNS records or the hostnames are added to the /etc/host file on the SM and the SMGR.
B. The Security Module service is not running. Verify the status of the Security Module and reset it.
C. The Session Manager is not accepting new requests. Verify the System Administration Management State is set to Accept New Service.
D. The SIP user attempting to make the call has not registered properly with the Session manager. Verify the communication profile of the user has Session Manager Profile defined.
E. The Session manager is not accepting new requests. Verify the system Administrative Service state is set to Accept New Service.
Q38. During a post-installation check of System Manager and Session Manager you discover that the Session lager replica node is stuck at "Synchronizing". You run the initTM command in Session Manager but the replication status does not change.
Which step will be effective in resolving the problem?
A. Reset the enrollment password.
B. Run traceSM to monitor the synchronization events and restart the Security Module.
C. Delete the Session Manager Replica node in System Manager, verify the enrollment password is valid In System Manager and run the initTM command again in Session Manager.
D. Verify the enrollment password is valid in System Manager and run the initTM command again in Session Manager.
Q39. Which parameter is required when installing the System Manager 6.1 (SMGR) template?
A. SMGR IP address
B. The IP of the remote server providing High Availability
C. Subnet network mask
D. Network Time Protocol (NTP) settings.
E. Default Gateway IP
Q40. While reviewing the session Manager logs, you notice a log entry that describes that state of an entity “down”. Later, you check the logs and notice another log entry that reports the same entity is “partially up”.
Which troubleshooting procedure will help you to isolate and identify the Entity problem?
A. Run traceSM to capture SIP INVITE message from the entity to determine if there is a display in the network.
B. Run SIPmonitoringdiagnostics along with ICMP ping to the Entity to verify its connectivity.
C. Run traceSM100 to capture SIP MONITOR message from the entity to determine if there is a delay in the network.
D. Run SIP Entity Performance on the Entity to determine id SIP OPTIONS messages are being blocked on the network.