QUESTION 24You are setting up the SIP connection between Avaya Aura® Messaging (AAM) and the Avaya Aura® Core, and the information you have entered for the Far-endconnection is:Far-end Connections = 1Gateway ID = 1IP address = 188.8.131.52Transport = TLSPort = 5061What should you conclude from all this information?A.The connection cannot work because 5061 is not the Well-known port corresponding to TLS by standard.
B.There will be conflicts in the TLS connections given that 5061 is a well-known port that other Endpoints and Servers use within the same network.C.A Security Certificate from the same Certificate Authority as the other Avaya Aura® components, must be installed on the AAM Server to guarantee successfulTLS Connections.D.The IP address is wrong because its range does not correspond to a valid TLS-compatible IP address.Correct Answer: Section: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:Incorrect Answers:A: 5060 is typically used for TCP connection. 5061 for TLS.CQUESTION 25When configuring a SIP Entity for Avaya Aura® Messaging (AAM) in Avaya Aura® System Manager, which Type of SIP entity needs to be selected?DSection: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:Define SIP EntityExpand Elements, Routing and select SIP Entities from the left navigation menu.Click New (not shown). In the General section, enter the following values and use default values for remaining fields.* Name: Enter an identifier for the SIP Entity* FQDN or IP Address: Enter IP address of Avaya Aura® Messaging.* Type: Select “Other”Etc.References: Application Notes for Configuring Avaya Aura® Messaging 6.1 as a Voice Messaging Solution for Avaya Aura® Communication Manager 6.0.1Feature & Evolution Server Using SIP Trunks and Avaya Aura® Session Manager 6.1 – Issue 1.0 , page 22QUESTION 26
To allow trust between Avaya Aura® System Manager (SMGR) and Avaya Aura® Messaging (AAM), there is a password set when you add the Trusted Server onAAM. This password must match with the password also configured in SMGR.Which statement about the password in SMGR is true?CSection: (none)ExplanationExplanation/Reference:Configuring Messaging in the normal operational modeBefore you begin* Add both the primary and secondary servers as Trusted Servers in the Messaging system.* Update the Login, Password, and Confirm Password fields with the appropriate trusted server defined on the Messaging system.