Router A and router B are Cisco IOS routers with hardware CFB resources that are registered to the same Cisco Unified Communications Manager server.
Which Media Resource Group and Media Resource Group List configuration should be implemented if an administrator wants to make sure that all provisioned DSPs on router A are consumed before router B's DSP is used?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. A. E. F. G. H. . G. H. . .
The correct answer for this question is option B: Both MRGs should then be grouped into the same MRGL, but the MRG that contains router A's CFB should be listed in higher order than the MRG that contains router B's CFB.
In this scenario, both Router A and Router B are Cisco IOS routers with hardware CFB resources and are registered to the same Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. The goal is to ensure that all provisioned DSPs on Router A are consumed before Router B's DSP is used. This can be achieved by configuring Media Resource Groups (MRGs) and Media Resource Group Lists (MRGLs) in a specific way.
To start, Router A's CFB and Router B's CFB should each be configured in their own MRG. Then, both MRGs should be grouped into the same MRGL. However, the MRG that contains Router A's CFB should be listed in higher order than the MRG that contains Router B's CFB.
Finally, this MRGL should be associated with all conference resource consumers, such as Meet-Me conferences, Ad-hoc conferences, and Conference bridges. By following this configuration, Cisco Unified Communications Manager will first consume all the DSP resources from Router A's MRG before moving on to Router B's MRG.
Option A is incorrect because each router's CFB should be in its own MRG, and there is no mention of grouping them into a single MRGL.
Option E is incorrect because it suggests that the MRGs should be separated into different MRGLs, which does not achieve the desired result.
Option F is incorrect because it suggests configuring both CFBs in the same MRG and listing Router A's CFB higher, but it does not mention grouping the MRG into an MRGL and associating it with conference resource consumers.
Option G is incorrect because it only suggests associating the MRG with an MRGL and applying it to all conference resource consumers without mentioning the order in which the MRGs should be listed.
Option H is incorrect because it either suggests using service parameters or listing the CFBs in the same MRG without mentioning the order or grouping the MRG into an MRGL.