|Cisco 200-101 : Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)||149 Questions & Answers||Updated: May 07,16|
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TestKing.com is an aftermarket automotive parts supplier that maintains its corporate headquarters in Torrance , California and manufacturing plants in Bakersfield , California , Tulsa , Oklahoma ; and Atlanta , Georgia . All network and phone services are provided from a hosting center located at corporate headquarters.
A. In 2002 they installed a Cisco CallManager cluster in the hosting center and Cisco Unity to provide voice mail for all employees. Headquarters employees' phone extensions are in the 1000 - ?000 range; Bakersfield employees are in the 3000 range; Tulsa employees are in the 4000 range; and Atlanta employees occupy the 5000-6000 range. Cisco Unity and Exchange servers are located at each facility.
B. TestKing.com uses Cisco routers, switches, and firewalls. The corporate network uses Microsoft Windows 2000 servers at the central hosting center with Windows XP PC's at the plants. There is a single forest and a single domain. All domain controllers, global catalog servers, and DNS servers reside at the hosting center. There are several database servers for inventory management at the hosting center.
C. Each plant has dual T3's terminating back at the hosting center via newly installed 3745 routers. The 3745 routers were selected because of their scalability. The switched infrastructure at each store is a single 48- or 24-port Cisco 3550 switch.
D. Recently, TestKing.com acquired Company B, another automotive parts supplier. One of their first moves was to install Cisco Unity to replace the 6 year old voice mail server with which Company B's management and employees had become increasingly frustrated. The NEC NEAX 2400 PBX providing phone service at Company B has extensions in the 1000-? 000 range.
E. What is the most effective way to fix the overlapping dial plan so that all of the newly combined company's employees can voice message each other?
F. reprogram the NEAX 2400 to provide extensions in the 7000?000 range
G. put the headquarters and Bakersfield Unity servers into a dialing domain to segment the dialing plan
H. put the headquarters Bakersfield , Tulsa , and Atlanta servers into a dialing domain to segment the dial plan and guard against future overlap
I. replace all of the telephones and network wiring at K & M so they can use the Cisco CallManager at the hosting center with extensions in the 7000?000 range
You and TestKing.com have completed the Cisco Unity usage analysis, physical site, and logical site design templates. What should be your next step?
A. Create the Bill of Materials.
B. Create the network requirements document.
C. Create the high-level design.
D. Create the low-level design.
You are performing a site survey as part of your design process. TestKing.com shows you seven large Microsoft Exchange servers but cannot tell you the version of the Exchange they are using. What is your next step?
A. Continue with the site survey; you can get this information later.
B. Continue with the site survey since you will not need this information.
C. Stop the survey and show the person how to log in to the Exchange server and use the right-click option on the exchange Icon to show the version.
D. Stop the site survey and request a new contact.
TestKing.com has a requirement of a voice-mail-only system with redundancy/failover to service their 10,000 users in locations across Europe . They plan to create a new forest/domain for the Cisco Unity installation with Exchange servers for off-box message storage. They plan to install one Cisco Unity server with failover in Frankfurt , Berlin , and London . Telephone traffic at the London location at times exceeds the current Cisco Unity port capacity. They plan to use the failover server in London for overflow capacity.What do you tell TestKing.com?
A. This will work as planned.
B. They need to purchase the license pooling feature.
C. This will work if the SQL port synchronization feature is enabled.
D. They need to install a second Cisco Unity server set in London .
Your customer TestKing.com asks you to consult on a plan for their Cisco Unity voice mail only solution for 9,000 users at three sites. Each site has 3,000 users. All three sites are in the same physical location.
A. TestKing.com has configured the sites for organization and security. Sites A and B are both protected by a firewall and site C has no firewall protection. The customer wants the Unity servers installed in each of the sites, but wants the Exchange message stores behind the firewalls.
B. Which statement is true?
C. You should have the customer create a firewall for site C and add the Unity server, global catalog server, and the mail store behind the firewall for that site.
D. This will work as long as the firewall is 'Exchange aware'. The firewall will protect the mail stores and still allow access to the Unity system.
E. This will work as long as the Unity system accounts have the correct rights and permissions configured, as defined in the Firewall for Unity White Paper.
F. For security, you should place all Unity servers and message store servers behind the firewall set up for sites A and B. For authentication you should make sure the global catalog for site C is not behind the firewall.
Your customer TestKing.com requests that you configure a large voice mail only application with the ability to handle 80 calls simultaneously. These capabilities must always be available. You must determine the number of servers necessary to provide the call handling capacity.
A. Which configuration best meets the customer's requirements?
B. one 80-port Unity server and one 80-port fallover server
C. two servers: one 40-port fallover server and one primary 40-port Unity server
D. three servers: two 40-port Unity primary servers and one server to act as the fallover server for both primary servers.
E. four servers: two 40-port Unity primary servers and two 40-port fallover Unity servers.
TestKing.com had three physical site surveys and the following was determined: Site A has all the messaging servers for the entire company, and a Cisco Unity V4.2-supported TDM PBX and 300 users. Sites B and C have a Cisco Unity V4.2-supported TDM PBX, but not the same PBX as Site A, and both sites have 150 users. TestKing.com needs unified messaging for the users at Site A, and they want the messaging servers at Site A to be the mailstore for the Unity server or servers.Select the true statement from the choices below.
A. You will need three Cisco Unity servers; one at each site. You can use the mailstore at Site A, but Cisco Unity needs to be next to the TDM PBX to use PIMG units for integration.
B. You will need two Unity servers: one for Site A, and one to cover the users at Sites B and C. Cisco Unity can integrate with only two PBXs at a time. You will need to install Exchange 'on box' for the users at Sites B and C.
C. You will need one Cisco Unity server at Site A. You will use PIMG units to integrate the three TDM PBXs. The Cisco Unity server will use the mailstore at Site A for all the users.
D. You will need three Unity servers; one for each site. Cisco Unity can integrate with only one TDM switch and a CCM in dual integration mode. You will need to install Exchange 'on box' for the users at Sites B and C.
Your customer TestKing.com asks you to plan a large Unified Messaging Cisco Unity solution for their 22,000 users. They are currently upgrading all of the sites into one forest with Exchange 2003 as the standard for all e-mail servers. They will complete the upgrade in three years, so they want a temporary voice mail only solution with a clean migration path.
A. Following best practices, how can you accomplish this?
B. create a separate forest/domain with new servers provisioned for the 22,000 users and use the same Exchange alias naming convention
C. create a separate forest/domain with new servers provisioned for the 22,000 users and use a separate Exchange alias naming convention so there are no overlapping GUID issues
D. join the forest/domain; add new servers provisioned for the 22,000 users; use the same Exchange alias naming convention so users can be changed as they are upgraded
E. join the forest/domain: add new Unity servers provisioned for the 22,000 users; use the existing mail store and user alias; control which users get Unified Messaging via the COS of the users as they are upgraded
Your customer TestKing.com asks you to design a Unified Messaging solution for 20,000 users. They need voice mail now, but will not have the Exchange server infrastructure in place for at least 10 months.
A. TestKing.com ha s Active Directory and global catalog infrastructure set up. They want you to add your own Exchange servers in a new Active Directory forest. However, they want to use the directory controllers global catalog servers from their current deployment.
B. How can you accomplish this?
C. This cannot be done.
D. use Microsoft Forest Manager to allow the current DCGC to service the new forest Exchange servers
E. install the new forest in mixed mode; place one NT PDC in both forests; set up a trust relationship between the two PDC servers to allow for user management
F. configure the servers the way the customer has requested; use Microsoft Server Merger to temporarily place the Exchange servers from the new forest under the control of the current forest
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