Which of the following commands is not issued in telephonyservice configuration mode on a CME router? (Select the best answer.)
The macaddress command is issued in ephone configuration mode, not telephony-service configuration mode, on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CME) router. The macaddress macaddress command associates a specific ephone number with the IP phone that has the specified Media Access Control (MAC) address. An ephone is a Cisco IOS representation of a physical IP phone device. However, you cannot configure ephones on a CME device until basic telephony service has been configured. Issuing the telephony-service command puts the router into telephonyservice configuration mode, where you can issue commands that configure telephony settings on the router.
The dnwebedit command should be issued in telephony-service configuration mode. The dnwebedit command enables the addition of ephone directory numbers (dns), or extensions, by using the browser-based graphical user interface (GUI). By default, you cannot add an extension to CME by using the browserbased GUI.
The maxdn command should be issued in telephonyservice configuration mode. The maxdn command configures the maximum number of extensions that you can configure on a CME device. The maximum value of the maxdn parameter varies based on the router model, the IOS version, and the amount of memory. If you do not issue the maxdn command, you will not be able to configure any ephonedns on the router.
The maxephones command should be issued in telephonyservice configuration mode. You should issue the maxephones command to set the maximum number of phones, not the maximum number of extensions, that you can configure on a router. Like the maxdncommand, the maxephones command must be issued in telephonyservice configuration mode. The maximum value of the maxephones parameter varies based on the router model and the IOS version. If you do not issue the maxephones command, you will not be able to configure any ephones on the router.