What are two capacity-planning guidelines for voice and web conferencing customers? (Choose two.)
A. Build in growth factor of 1030 percent.
B. Consider customer LDAP vendor and number of profiled users.
C. When sizing on-premises web conferencing needs, assume only the internal WAN and LAN are accessed.
D. Schedule and dedicate “crisis management” meetings.
E. Increase the number of ports by 40 percent if customers use resevationless-only meetings.
Which four of these are used when planning capacity requirements for on-premises voice
conferencing? (Choose four.)
A. estimated external voice conferencing traffic percentage
B. Cisco Unified Communications Manager and PBX deployment locations and size
C. estimated internal voice conferencing traffic (WAN and LAN)
D. estimated external and internal video traffic
E. VoIP endpoint types
F. fax machine endpoint types and locations
Which two of these should you consider when planning capacity requirements for on-premises
web conferencing? (Choose two.)
A. WAN bandwidth between offices and aCisco Unified Meeting Place internal web server
B. WebEx bandwidth sizing for external web traffic
C. Internet bandwidth available to external web servers
D. estimated separate internal web user licenses
E. fully qualified domain name and DNS requirements
Which two of these are used for gathering customer network information for deploying onpremises
Cisco Unified Meeting Place voice/video and web conferencing? (Choose two.)
A. remote worker locations
B. video endpoint location and bandwidth requirements
C. multicast data traffic requirements
D. MPLS deployment requirements
E. communities of voice traffic
What are three Cisco Unified Meeting Place Media Server network requirements? (Choose three.)
A. collocated on same VLAN with Applications Server
B. collocated on same VLAN with internal web server
C. collocated on same VLAN with voice RTP traffic
D. Less then ~350 ms round-trip latency
E. Less than ~100 ms round-trip latency