I am having problems passing the PBX fundamentals exam on certification.net. I have even asked PBX engineers who have worked in the industry for years and they can't answer some of the questions! Does anyone have any tips? It does seem to be an extremely hard exam for a "fundamental" exam
On CCO there is an elearning tutorial for PBX Fundamentals. That should help. I have worked in the voice industry for 10 years and also agree some of the questions weren't relevant and definitely weren't fundamental.
what are the questions u are stuck with. read on sip and its based on http protocol, and for one question on the 110 model, its at&t, some on h 323 signalling and please let me know which questions, so that i will try to do my best.
This exam is only needed if you plan on being a partner or reseller. It is based on all aspects of voice. I have been in voice for almost 10 years and some of the questions also threw me. I passed it the first time, but some of my network guys it took them 3 or 4 times.
Either the PBX fundamentals or Telephony Fundamentals exam will satisfy either the old or new requirements. I verified this with the folks administering the specialization. Both are still there in case someone really wants to take the PBX fundamentals exam.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.