31860X Exam Questions & Answers

Exam Code: 31860X

Exam Name: Avaya IX Calling Design

Updated: Jun 10, 2024

Q&As: 60

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Questions 1

You are trying to determine how many Basic and Mainstream licenses are needed to support a proposal for Avaya IX Messaging.

Which feature requires a Mainstream license?

A. Multiple greetings

B. Full synchronization with 0365 email applications

C. Distribution lists

D. Multiple Telephone User Interfaces (TUIs)

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Questions 2

When designing an Avaya Aura solution, what are two design requirements that require the installation of a G430 or G450 Gateway? (Choose two.)

A. DSP resources

B. TDM trunks

C. T.38 Fax

D. SIP devices

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Questions 3

A customer wants to upgrade their current S8720 Communication Manager 4 (CM) system. They have 2200 users, and a mixture of analog, DCP and IP telephones at their main location. They have six branches with 200-300 stations each served with G700 gateways, each containing an LSP. They want to gain the cost benefits of SIP trunking, and are reluctant to change out the user endpoints, but they want to experiment with a few SIP telephones for some of their remote agents. Survivability and resiliency are essential requirements.

Which elements are required for the solution?

A. Survivable Remote, CM Duplex Core, and Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE)

B. Session Manager (SM), System Manager (SMGR), CM Duplex Core, Survivable Remote with Branch Session Manager, and Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE)

C. Session Manager (SM), System Manager (SMGR), Survivable Remote with Branch Session Manager, and CM Duplex Core

D. Survivable Remote with Branch Session Manager, CM Duplex Core, and Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE)

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Questions 4

A customer with an existing Communication Manager 6 (CM) duplex solution with g4bos and isdn trunks at their main location, is adding some remote sites with G430 gateways and local ISDN trunks for survivability and local calling. They will be inter-connecting them with an MPLS network with limited bandwidth to these remote sites. They want a network design that will restrict voice traffic to a defined level with the ability to overflow to the PSTN.

What would be the minimum network region design look like?

A. One IP network region per remote location, one intervening network region, G.729 inter- region codec, implement Call Admission Control (CAC) with Inter-gateway Alternate Routing (IGAR)

B. Two IP network regions per remote location, (one for the gateway, and one for the telephones), one intervening network region, G.729 inter-region codec,implement Call Admission Control (CAC) with Inter-gateway Alternate Routing (IGAR)

C. One IP network region per remote location, connect each remote network region directly to the main site's network region, G.729 inter-region codec, implement Call Admission Control (CAC) with Inter-gateway Alternate Routing (IGAR)

D. One IP network region per remote location, two Intervening network regions, G.729 inter-region codec, implement Call Admission Control (CAC)

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Questions 5

In an Avaya Aura 8.1 deployment, where do Remote SIP Workers ultimately register?

A. Session Manager

B. Communication Manager

C. Avaya Device Adapter

D. System Manager

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