A. one Subscriber Flow and two Server Flows B. a minimum of two Subscriber Flows C. one Subscriber Flow and one Server Flow D. a minimum of two Server Flows Answer: A Explanation: Two types of flows need to be defined for the proper routing of SIP messages from and to the endpoints and the SIP server. Example, Server Flows:
References: Avaya Aura Session Border Controller Enterprise Implementation and Maintenance (2012), page 540, 546 QUESTION: 70 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 on AAM. This password must match with the password also configured in SMGR. Which statement about the password in SMGR is true? A. It needs to match the Enrollment Password. B. It needs to match the admin password used to login to SMGR using a web browser. C. It needs to match the Attributes of the Messaging Managed Element in the Inventory. D. It needs to match the root password used to login to SMGR command line. Answer: C Explanation: Configuring Messaging in the normal operational mode Before 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. Procedure 1. Log on to the Messaging system that System Manager manages. 2. Add the secondary System Manager server as Trusted Servers in the Messaging system. 3. Log on to the secondary System Manager server. 4. On the System Manager web console, click Services > Inventory. 5. In the left navigation pane, click Manage Elements. 6. On the Manage Elements page, select the Messaging system that you want to change to the secondary System Manager server. 7. Click Edit. 8. On the Attributes tab, fill the Login, Password, and Confirm Password fields with the corresponding name and password of the Messaging trusted server. 9. Click Commit. 10. Click Inventory > Synchronization > Messaging System, and select the required Messaging element. 11. Click Now. The secondary System Manager server retrieves all data from Messaging and is now ready to administer and manage Messaging.
References: Administering Avaya Aura System Manager for Release 6.3.11 and later, Release 6.3, Issue 8 (November 2016), page 104
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