Q111. Which action configures AAR to route the calls that have been rejected by the gatekeeper CAC through the PSTN? 

A. Configure Cisco IP Phones for AAR. 

B. Configure AAR to work with SRST. 

C. Configure AAR to work with CTI route points. 

D. This configuration is not possible using AAR. 

Answer:


Q112. Refer to the exhibit. A user in RTP calls a phone in San Jose during congestion with Call Forward No Bandwidth (CFNB) configured to reach cell phone 4085550150. The user in RTP sees the message "Not Enough Bandwidth" on their phone and hears a fast busy tone. Which two conditions can correct this issue? (Choose two.) 

A. The calling phone (RTP) needs to have AAR Group value of AAR under the AAR Settings. 

B. The called phone (San Jose) needs to have AAR Group value of AAR under the AAR Settings. 

C. The calling phone (RTP) needs to have the AAR destination mask of 914085550150 configured under the AAR Settings. 

D. The calling phone (RTP) needs to have the AAR destination mask of 4085550150 configured under the AAR Settings. 

E. The called phone (San Jose) needs to have the AAR destination mask of 914085550150 configured under the AAR Settings. 

F. The called phone (San Jose) needs to have the AAR destination mask of 4085550150 configured under the AAR Settings. 

Answer: B,F 

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, C, D, E Automated alternate routing (AAR) provides a mechanism to reroute calls through the PSTN or other network by using an alternate number when Cisco Unified Communications Manager blocks a call due to insufficient location bandwidth. With automated alternate routing, the caller does not need to hang up and redial the called party. Link: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucmbe/admin/8_6_1/ccmcfg/b03aar.ht ml 


Q113. Refer to the exhibit. 

The H.323 Gateway is showing status “unknown”. Which statement is true? 

A. The gateway must be reset in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

B. The no gateway command followed by the gateway command must be issued in Cisco IOS. 

C. The mgcp commands must be removed. 

D. H.323 gateways do not register with Cisco Unified Communications Manager H.323 gateways always show status "Unknown". 

E. VUAN 1 20 may be down and so the H.323 gateway appears offline to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, B, C, E 

After a gateway is registered with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, gateway registration status may display in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration as unknown. 

Link: 

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucmbe/admin/8_6_1/ccmcfg/b06gtway. html 


Q114. Which three options describe the main functions of SAF Clients? (Choose three.) 

A. registering the router as a client with the SAF network B. providing publishing services to the SAF network 

C. subscribing to SAF network services 

D. registering Cisco Unified Communications Manager subscribers with the publisher 

E. starting Cisco Unified Communications Manager services throughout the cluster 

F. integrating with Cisco IM and Presence for additional services 

Answer: A,B,C 


Q115. What is the purpose of configuring a hardware-based MTP when deploying Cisco Unified Communications Manager? 

A. to allow for supplementary services such as hold, transfer, and conferencing 

B. when you need support for up to 24 MTP sessions on the same server and 48 on a separate server 

C. when you need the ability to grow support by using DSPs 

D. when you want to only use Cisco Unified Communications Manager resources 

Answer:


Q116. You have been asked to deploy Cisco Extension Mobility Cross Cluster for a distributed call processing environment. During the initial extension mobility login request, how does the visiting cluster determine if the user is a local user or a remote user? 

A. by using a third-party automatic provisioning tool to verify user ID 

B. by broadcasting a request to all clusters to verify the user type 

C. from user IDs that are created by default when the user logs in 

D. by using Extension Mobility Cross Cluster Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunks 

E. by verifying against the local database 

F. by verifying the visiting Trivial File Transfer Protocol 

Answer:


Q117. Which two options for a Device Mobility-enabled IP phone are true? (Choose two.) 

A. The phone configuration is not modified. 

B. The roaming-sensitive parameters of the current (that is, the roaming) device pool are applied. 

C. The user-specific settings determine which location-specific settings are downloaded from the Cisco Unified Communications Manager device pool. 

D. If the DMGs are the same, the Device Mobility-related settings are also applied. 

Answer: B,D 


Q118. Refer to the exhibit. 

The HQ Cisco Unified Communications Manager has been configured for end-to-end 

RSVP. The BR Cisco Unified Communications Manager has been configured for local 

RSVP. 

RSVP between the locations assigned to the IP phones and SIP trunks at each site are configured with mandatory RSVP. When a call is placed from the IP phone at HQ to the BR phone at the BR site, which statement is true? 

A. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager at HQ will fall back to local RSVP and place the call. No RSVP end-to-end will occur. 

B. RSVP end-to-end will occur. 

C. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager at HQ will use end-to-end RSVP. The BR Cisco Unified Communications Manager will use local RSVP. 

D. The call will fail. 

E. The call will proceed as a normal call with no RSVP reservation. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, B, C A possible cause is that the same router is being used as the calling and called RSVP agents, and that router is not running the latest IOS version, which supports loopback on RSVP reservation. Make sure that the router is running the latest IOS version. Link: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmsys/a02rsvp.html #wp1155102 


Q119. What impact do roaming-sensitive settings and Device Mobility settings have on call routing? 

A. Device Mobility settings have no impact on call routing, but roaming-sensitive settings modify the AAR group, AAR CSS, and device CSS. 

B. Device Mobility settings modify the device CSS and the roaming-sensitive settings modify the AAR group and AAR CSS. 

C. Device Mobility settings modify the AAR group and the AAR CSS, the roaming-sensitive settings modify the device CSS. 

D. Roaming-sensitive settings are settings that do not have an impact on call routing. Device Mobility settings, on the other hand, may have an impact on call routing because they modify the device CSS, AAR group, and AAR CSS. 

Answer:


Q120. Which statement about H.323 Gatekeeper Call Admission Control is true? 

A. Gatekeeper Call Admission Control applies to centralized Cisco Unified Communications deployments that use locations based Call Admission Control. 

B. Gatekeeper Call Admission Control applies to distributed Cisco Unified Communications deployments. 

C. Gatekeeper Call Admission Control applies only to distributed Cisco Unified Communications Express deployments. 

D. Gatekeeper Call Admission Control setting is configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Incorrect Answer: A, C, D in distributed call processing deployments on a simple hub-and-spoke topology, you can implement call admission control with a Cisco IOS gatekeeper. In this design, the call processing agent (which could be a Unified CM cluster, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (Unified CME), or an H.323 gateway) registers with the Cisco IOS gatekeeper and queries it each time the agent wants to place an IP WAN call. Link: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/7x/cac.html#wp1044743