1. Which of the following best describes Mobile Connect?

    a. It has the capability to have multiple IP phones ring when a single DN is called.

    b. It has the capability to enable users to dial in from the PSTN and be greeted by an auto-attendant that allows them to enter the extension of the person they are trying to reach.

    c. It has the capability for IP phone users to forward calls to their mobile phones.

    d. It has the capability to have multiple remote PSTN devices ring simultaneously with their enterprise IP phone.
  2. Which of the following are valid steps in the config of Mobile Connect?  (Choose all that apply).

    a. Add the Mobility softkey to softkey templates.
    b. Activate Mobility for end users.
    c. Associate users to their IP phones.
    d. Configure Remote Destination Profiles.
    e. Associate Remote Destinations with Remote Destination Profiles.
    f. Configure and apply Access Lists.
    g. Obtain additional liscenses for Mobile Connect.
    a b c d e f
  3. Which of the following is true of Access Lists?

    a. Access Lists are required for Mobility features to function.
    b. Access Lists are configured on the IOS gateways to filter calls at the interface.
    c. Access lists cannot be empty.
    d. An empty Access List applied to an Allowed Calls filter allows no calls.
    e. An empty Access List applied to a Disallowed Calls filter allows no calls.

    Think access list for Mobility connect, not routers.
  4. What is the max num of Remote Destinations that can be configured for a user?
  5. What is the max num of Remote Destination Profiles that can be configured for a user?
  6. What is the correct order of processing during a Mobile Connect call, if the caller has dialed the user's IP phone number?

    a. remote dest, remote dest profile, ring sked, acl

    b. remote dest profile, remote dest, ring sked, acl

    c. acl, ring sked, remote dest, remote dest profile

    d. ring sked, acl, remote dest, remote dest profile

    • Remote Destination Profile
    • Remote Destination
    • Ring Schedule
    • Access List
  7. Which component is not part of a Mobile Voice Access config?

    a. Cisco Unity Connection Auto-attendant

    b. Cisco IOS h.323 VXML gateway

    c. Mobile Voice Access Media Resource

    d. End user configured for Mobile Voice Access
  8. How does a H.323 gateway route calls inbound for the MVA service to the CUCM server hosting the service?

    a. One dial peer matching the MVA access PSTN number pointing to the CUCM server.

    b. Two dial peers: one matching the MVA access PSTN number with incoming called-number configured, and one matching the MVA access PSTN number pointing to the CUCM server.

    c. A static route redirecting all HTTP calls to the CUCM server.

    d. All H.323 configuration is dynamically created by the CUCM serrver via TFTP download.

    ex.  two dial peers  50001 and 50002

    • application
    • service mva http//

    • dial-peer voice 50001 pots
    • service MVA
    • incoming called-number 4085555000
    • direct-inward-dial

    • dial-peer voice 50002 voip
    • destination-pattern 4085555000
    • session target ipv4:
    • dtmf-relay h245-alphanumeric
    • codec g711ulaw
    • no vad

    note.  50001 and 50002 are tag numbers only.
  9. Which IPS dial peer config cmd associates the dial peer matching the MVA access PSTN number with the VXML application hosted by the CUCM server running the MVA service?

    a. incoming called-number 4085555000

    b. session target ipv4:

    c. service mva

    d. service mva
  10. define Unified Mobility Architecture.
    Mobile connect uses Remote Dest Profiles to configure virtual phones that share several config settings with user's primary IP phone.

    The remote Dest profiles act as phones with shared lines, then they ring when the primary phone rings. 

    Shared attributes indclude: Partition, Device Pool, CSS, and DN.

    Profile includes a rerouting Calling Search Space to allow the system to route calls to the device.
  11. Describe MVA.   (Mobile Voice Access).
    Provides the same flexibility for outbound calls.

    User dials in to a PSTN DID for access to MVA. a VoiceXML GW routes calls to an IVR app.

    IVR requests login ID and PIN, then user can enter PSTN number of desired call, and it looks like that call is coming from the users IP phone when he can be anywhere on his mobile phone.
  12. What is the difference between Mobile Connect and Mobile Voice Access (MVA)?
    Mobile connect is for calls to the user, all defined by the profile.  aka Single Number Reach.

    Mobile Voice Access is for the user to dial in, and walk through IVR for a call to look like it is coming from his IP phone. 
  13. detail steps to configure Mobile Connect.
    • 1. Config softkey templates for Mobility key.
    • 2. Config user accounts for Mobility.
    • 3. Config IP phones to support Mobility features.
    • 4. Create Remote Dest Profiles and assign them to each user.
    • 5. Add Remote Destinations to Remote Dest Profiles.
    • 6. Config ring skeds for each Remote Dest.
    • 7. Config ACL
    • 8. Apply ACL to Remote Dest. 
    • 9. Config service Parameters 
  14. Detail steps to configure MVA.
    • 1. Activate MVA service.
    • 2. Config service parameters.
    • 3. Enable MVA for each user.
    • 4. Config the MVA media resource.
    • 5. Configure the MVA VXMA application at the IOS gateway.

    Hint for memory:  Service, Service, User, Media, Gateway
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