Which Of The Following Documents Must You Carry Printed Versions Of Onsite?

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When should you plan to arrive onsite?

A) At the allocated time

B) 15 minutes prior to the allocated time

C) Transformation start times are up to the manager onsite

D) One hour prior to the store opening

When can you begin patching work on the new devices?

Re-Patching isn't a requirement for this Install

Re-patching can begin once you have built and installed the new IP phones on desks

Once you have racked the new equipment you can begin Re-Patching

Re-Patching can only begin once you have confirmation from the ODE (off sure Deployment Engineer)

Which Switch will be connected to the firewall onsite?

.10 Copy Centre

.8 Telcom Switch

.9 Cash Office

.7 Sales Manager Office

What is the average time an Install should be completed in (including Upload of documents)?





Which Sections of the CJS (cutover Job sheet) require the engineer to enter information? (choose all that apply)

Pre NetX Device verification

Phone deployment Jobsheet

Return Summary

Decom Log

Which of the following documents must you carry printed versions of onsite? (Choose all that apply)

A) Phone Guides - 6901, 7925 & 7931

B) MOD (Manager on duty) sign off document

C) Letter of authorisation

D) Desi Label's - Staples IP phones

Who performs the 911 IP phone test onsite?

MOD (Manager on duty)

Engineer onsite

Which of the following devices need to be decommissioned on successful installation of new equipment? (choose all that apply)

Legacy Switches

Legacy Phones

Legacy Router


What is the best practice for patching devices?

A) Verbally confirming each source and destination port with the ODE (off sure deployment engineer)

B) Using the As In patch schedule in the CJS (cutover Job Sheet)

C) Using the To Be patch schedule in the CJS (cutover Job Sheet)

D) None Of the above

Which of the following commands needs to be run on the Legacy network devices to ensure a successful Decommission?

Delete All

Erase Running-Config

Erase Startup-config

Erase All

How many different types of installations are there?

A) There are three types of installation (Cisco, Nortel & Vertical)

B) There is only one type of installation

C) There are two types of installations (Cisco & Non-Cisco)

D) None of the above

What is return Summary Tab of the CJS (cutover Job sheet) used for?

Any equipment returning to NSC staging facilities for refurbishment must be recorded in the CJS in the return Summary.

That tab is not required to be completed

Only DOA (dead on arrival) equipment needs to be returned to the NSC Staging facility

All new equipment installed needs to be recorded in the return summary tab

Which of the following equipment must be taken to site for an installation?

Labeller & Labelling tape

1 x 10m & 3m Cat5e cables for testing purposes

Cisco Console Cable (RJ45 - DB9)

Mobile Phone & Charger

Screwdriver - Various (flat head & Phillips head

Laptop And Charger - With CJS (Cutover Job-Sheet) & SOE (Sequence of Events) documents locally stored

Which document contains the IP phone test scripts?

A) It is a separate document

B) IP phones aren't tested during the install

C) CJS (cutover Job sheet)

D) None of the above

Which areas of the Store do you require access to complete the Installation?

All areas of the store that require equipment to be installed or decommissioned.

Only the areas that have network devices installed

Only the area that customers have access too

Only the areas that have phones installed

Which document contains the BOM (Bill of material) for the Site?

CJS (Cutover Job Sheet)

Itinerary Email

MOD (Manager on duty) Sign off document

Desi Strips

What is the recommended amount of phones