[Free] New Updated (October) Avaya 3V00290A Real Exam 11-20

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QUESTION 11

Your customer, Steve, has a LyncTM 2010 environment and they have been using it for point to point videoconferencing. They want to be able to have multipoint videoconferences and Steve wants to know about any differences between using the Lync A/V MCU and the Scopia?Elite MCU. You tell him that adding the Scopia Gateway for Microsoft?Lync is required to use the Elite MCU, but their existing standard Microsoft licensing with point-to- point video should be sufficient. What are two other differences in the user experience between the A/V MCU and the Elite MCU? (Choose 2)

 

A.

1080p HD resolution is only available with the Elite MCU

B.

1080p HD resolution is only available with the Lync A/V MCU

C.

Continuous Presence of 28 endpoints is only available using the Lync A/V MCU

D.

Continuous Presence of 28 endpoints is only available using the Elite MCU

E.

With content sharing, Lync clients can simultaneously see both the content or data and the video with the Elite MCU

F.

With content sharing, Lync clients can simultaneously see both the content or data and the video with the Lync A/V MCU

 

Answer: AD

 

 

 

QUESTION 12

The evident RVMon application monitors information from up to 2000 individual supported devices. The devices include endpoints and MCUs (multipoint control units) from Scopia?and Tandberg. Without customization, what two additional brands of video endpoints can be monitored by RVMon? (Choose 2)

 

A.

Cisco (TIP)

B.

Sony

C.

LifeSizeTM

D.

Apple?

E.

Polycom?

 

Answer: CE

Reference: http://www.spirent.com/devtools/voice-video-monitoring/RVmon (real-time QoE monitoring)

 

 

QUESTION 13

DRAG DROP

 

The evident family of monitoring products includes three applications: PreVideo, VQInsider, and RVMon. Match each of these applications with its feature/function or description.

 

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QUESTION 14

Background

 

You are visiting Annika, the IT manager at a regional insurance company. Although they are an Avaya shop for voice communications and wireless, they decided to continue purchasing Polycom instead of your 1000 series endpoints, so they’d have a single manufacturer for their video network. But when they acquired a small local insurance company with Vidyo equipment they ended up with a mixed video network. Monitoring the network has proven to be very difficult for the customer. So sometimes they have great videoconferences and other time they have very poor quality. They have offices throughout the south western United States. This includes: regional offices, local offices for agents, and mobile claims adjusters.

 

Current infrastructure

 

The customer has an Avaya Aura?6.1 environment, with a Cisco infrastructure, supporting 6 regional offices with about 150 users (1/3 are video enabled) at each location, 50 agent offices with 5 users at each location but only 2 video enabled at each office, and 100 mobile claims adjusters who are all video enabled. All of the offices are connected with an MPLS based WAN with a maximum 55MB SLA (service level agreement).

 

Objective

 

Although the customer is interested in the flexibility and remote capabilities of the Scopia?product family, they want to first get a handle on their current video network. They want to be able to monitor their existing network and know why they have some poor quality conferences, locate potential trouble spots and proactively measure. If the network needs a refresh or significant upgrades, you have also been promised a chance to propose Avaya Networking products. So with both potential Scopia and networking sales if your solution is a success, as the designer or sales engineer, what combination of evident products would you select to be able to monitor their existing video network and improve the quality and

 

 

 

 

consistency of the users’ video experience?

 

A.

PreVideo with video enabler, 12 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 500 devices

B.

PreVideo with video enabler, 6 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 2000 devices

C.

PreVideo with video enabler, 8 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 2000 devices

D.

PreVideo with 6 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 500 devices

E.

PreVideo with 8 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 500 devices

F.

PreVideo with 12 additional agents, VQ Insider, RVMon for 2000 devices

 

Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 15

In an Avaya Aura?6.2 environment, we support both H.323 and SIP endpoints connecting to a Scopia?meet-me conference. For this connectivity, we use a SIP trunk and an H.323 trunk. For each type of trunk, what are the two components it connects? (Choose one statement for each trunk type: SIP and H.323)

 

A.

For the H.323 trunk. Session Manager and the Scopia Management (iView)

B.

For the H.323 trunk, an Evolution Server and the Scopia Management (iView)

C.

For the H.323 trunk, an Evolution Server and the Elite MCU

D.

For the SIP trunk, Session Manager and the Scopia Management (iView)

E.

For the SIP trunk, an Evolution Server and the Scopia Management (iView)

F.

For the SIP trunk, Session Manager and the Elite MCU

 

Answer: BE

Reference: http://www.devconnectprogram.com/fileMedia/download/f5dae5c7-37c3-4e7d- affd-0d17b087d8d6 (page 5)

 

 

QUESTION 16

Background

 

You are working with a clothing manufacturer. They have offices in New York and London, and manufacturing in Shanghai. They have been using SkypeTM from their desktops for video collaboration and have been unhappy with the consistency of the videoconferencing experience. The customer is concerned about the up-front costs to acquire ‘in-house” videoconferencing and with voice communications equipment from multiple manufacturers,

 

 

 

 

doesn’t think an integrated UC solution would be cost effective. Four times a year, when they launch their new collection, they would like to “broadcast” video and audio of the launch to buyers unable to fly in to London.

 

Current infrastructure

 

The customer has a CS (Communication Server) 1000 R7.0 solution in their New York office, a Siemens HiPath 3000 in their London office, and a Toshiba Strata CIX at their manufacturing facility. Because of the economy, the two offices were “down-sized” and now each support about 250 users; 20 of which operate remotely. The manufacturing location supports about 75 users; 20 of which operate remotely.

 

Objective

 

Initially, the customer wants to be able to offer multi-party videoconferencing from each of the three locations with about five or six parties in a conference. They expect to furnish one large (16 seats) physical conference room in each of the two sites and would like to have a small meeting room (4 seats) in Shanghai. They expect each location to have only one or two videoconferences simultaneously. The plan is for only about 40% of the in-office users to be video enabled and all of the remote users. Although they would like to be able to support HD (1080p) calls, their IT manager expects most of their desktop calls to be ‘near DVD’ quality to reduce costs. Since many of the designers and other employees work from home, it would be ideal for them to not have to come into the office to join a videoconference. They don’t think they can afford it, but they would need capacity for about 20 remote users near each office (60 total) and they want them to be able to present remotely. In the past, they have had disagreements with designers, so they would like to be able to record any of their calls.

 

With the variety of manufacturers for their voice equipment and the customer’s desire to minimize CapEx costs, the account team has decided to offer standalone video and not an integrated UC solution. As the designer or sales engineer, what combination of Scopia?hardware and software components, would you select to achieve these benefits and meet the client’s needs?

 

A.

An XT Executive 240 with SMB9 in each of the two office locations and Shanghai, Scopia PathFinder, Scopia Management, recording for 5 concurrent conferences, and Scopia Desktop for the employees operating from home.

B.

An XT1200and an Elite MCU 6105 in each of the two office locations and Shanghai, Scopia Desktop Server, Scopia Management, streaming for 400, recording for 3 concurrent conferences, and Scopia Desktop for the employees operating from home.

C.

An XT5000 at the two offices, XT Executive 240 in Shanghai, an Elite MCU 6110 , Scopia Desktop Server, Scopia Management, streaming for 600, recording for 5 concurrent conferences, and Scopia Desktop for the employees operating from home.

D.

An XT4200 at the two offices, and an XT Executive 240 in Shanghai, streaming for 600,

 

 

 

 

recording for 3 concurrent conferences, and Scopia Desktop for the employees operating from home.

 

Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 17

Conference, the initial admission request goes to Scopia Management. For each type of call, SIP or H.323, which one of the four main components within Scopia Management (core, gatekeeper, back-to-back user agent, internal database) handles the admission request? (Choose one answer for each call type: SIP and H.323)

 

A.

For H.323 based calls, the internal database handles admission requests.

B.

For H.323 based calls, the core handles admission requests.

C.

For H.323 based calls, the back to back user agent handles admission requests.

D.

For H.323 based calls, the gatekeeper handles admission requests.

E.

For SIP based calls, the gatekeeper handles admission requests.

F.

For SIP based calls, the internal database handles admission requests.

G.

For SIP based calls, the core handles admission requests.

H.

For SIP based calls, the back to back user agent handles admission requests.

 

Answer: DH

Reference: http://www.slideshare.net/MottyBenAtia/scopia-management-solutions (Slide

21)

 

 

QUESTION 18

DRAG DROP

 

Listed below are some Customer benefits that all three of the Avaya Video Support Services support options offer. Match the benefit with its description.

 

 

 

 

 

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QUESTION 19

Using the red numbers in the Avaya Scopia?Video Conferencing diagram, with a standalone ECS gatekeeper, determine the correct signaling flow for an H.460 / H.323 endpoint to join a meet-me videoconference call on an Elite 5000 MCU. (Use the magnifying glass icon to enlarge the diagram.)

 

 

 

 

 

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A.

1 >> 6 >>9 >> 12 >> 8

B.

1 >> 5 >> 8

C.

1 >> 5 >> 12 >> 9 >> 8

D.

1 >> 6 >> 5 >> 12 >> 8

E.

1 >> 12 >> 9 >> 8

 

Answer: A

 

 

QUESTION 20

With the Scopia?8.3 release, all of the endpoints and devices listed below support all three standards; high profile, SVC (scalable video coding) with FEC (forward error correction), and Netsense. For existing customers not running the 8.3 or later release, which two of the following endpoints or devices does not support all three standards (high profile, SVC with FEC, and Netsense)? (Choose 2)

 

A.

Elite 6000

B.

Scopia Mobile

C.

Scopia Desktop

D.

XT5000

 

Answer: B

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