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920-138 Nortel VoIP Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 Installation and Maintena
A technician completes the configuration of an i2002, i2004, or i2050 Internet Telephone. The end user is instructed to physically install the Internet Telephone. What allows the technician to test the end-to-end IP network connectivity of the Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 Call Server and the Internet Telephone from the Call Server's TTY? Assume NO Embedded LAN (ELAN) Gateway. A. Overlay LD 20 DNB <DN> B. Overlay LD 20 TNB <TN> C. Overlay LD 32 IDU <TN> D. Overlay LD 117 PING <IP address> Answer: C QUESTION: 52 A customer is installing a Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 system. They are using Optivity Telephony Manager (OTM) 2.1 to configure the Voice Gateway Media Card (VGMC) properties. Using OTM 2.1, they want to add VGMCs for an IP Telephony node that resides on another Succession 1000 Rls. 3.0 system for the purpose of retrieving Operational Measurement (OM) reports only. They have a Signaling Server, a Follower Signaling Server, and VGMCs. What should you do to assign those resources to the appropriate VGMCs in OTM 2.1? A. Assign the Follower Signaling Server to be Leader 0 card, the Signaling Server to be Leader 1 card, and the VGMCs in the IP Telephony node to be Follower cards. B. Assign the Signaling Server to be Leader 0 card, the Follower Signaling Server to be Leader 1 card, and the VGMCs in the IP Telephony node to be Follower cards. C. Assign the Signaling Server to be Leader 0 card, the Follower Signaling Server to be a Follower card, and the VGMCs in the IP Telephony node to be Follower cards.

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