Implementing Cisco IOS Telephony and Unified Communications Express

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Benefits and components of a Cisco Unified Communications system. How traditional telephony systems operate. Basic operation, protocols, and components involved in a VoIP call. Configure a gateway to support VoIP calls. Implement Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to support a single site.
Gerichtet an: Network administrators. engineers. managers. designers. systems engineers.

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Wo und wann

Beginn Lage
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Düsseldorf
Hansaallee 249, 40549, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Deutschland
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Hallbergmoos
Am Söldnermoos 17, 85399, Bayern, Deutschland
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Hamburg
Gasstraße 4a, 22761, Hamburg, Deutschland
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Stuttgart
Rotebühlplatz 21, 70178, Bayern, Deutschland

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· Voraussetzungen

Knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing.
ICND1 - Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices 1.
Ability to configure and operate Cisco routers and switches.
CCENT certification (recommended).

Themenkreis

Zielgruppe
  • Network administrators
  • engineers
  • managers
  • designers
  • systems engineers
Voraussetzungen
  • Knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing
  • ICND1 - Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices 1
  • Ability to configure and operate Cisco routers and switches
  • CCENT certification (recommended)
Kursziele
  • Benefits and components of a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • How traditional telephony systems operate
  • Basic operation, protocols, and components involved in a VoIP call
  • Configure a gateway to support VoIP calls
  • Implement Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to support a single site
  • Install and configure Cisco Unity Express, including Cisco Unity Express Auto Attendant
Kursinhalt
1. Cisco Unified Communications Systems Introduction
The Cisco Unified Communications System
  • Benefits of implementing a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • System components
  • Function of the infrastructure
  • Function of the call processing agent
  • Function of endpoints
  • Applications

Cisco Unified Communications Applications
  • Messaging choices available
  • Auto-attendant functions that you can implement
  • Cisco Unified IVR applications
  • Cisco Unified Communications Mobile solutions
  • Cisco Unified Presence
  • Cisco TelePresence

2. Traditional Telephony Operations
Traditional Telephony
  • Components and operation of the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
  • PBXs and key systems
  • Three types of signaling required in a telephony network
  • How telephone calls are established in the PSTN
  • Numbering plans
  • E.164 standard for defining numbering plans

Digital Circuits
  • Process of converting analog signals to digital signals
  • TDM
  • Characteristics of T1 circuits
  • Characteristics of E1 circuits
  • How channel-associated signaling (CAS) circuits accomplish supervisory, address, and informational signaling
  • How common-channel signaling (CCS) circuits accomplish supervisory, address, and informational signaling

3. VoIP Fundamentals
Function of a Digital Signal Processor (DSP)
  • How voice is transmitted in RTP packets
  • How a DSP packetizes voice streams
  • Various codecs that a Cisco Unified Communications system uses
  • Additional functions performed by DSPs

VoIP Signaling Protocols
  • Signaling protocols that are required in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • SCCP signaling
  • H.323 signaling
  • MGCP signaling
  • SIP signaling

Preparing the Network to Support Cisco Unified Communications
  • Voice VLANs
  • Configure voice VLANs on a Cisco Catalyst switch
  • DHCP service options
  • DHCP relay server
  • Configure NTP
  • Cisco IP phone firmware files and XML configuration files
  • IEEE 802.3af and Cisco Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • How Cisco IP phones obtain XML configuration files and IP addresses

Connecting a VoIP System to a Service Provider Network
  • Function of a gateway in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • How voice ports are used in a voice gateway
  • Function of a call leg
  • Purpose of a dial peer
  • SIP trunks
  • How to connect to an ITSP

Call Setup and Digit Manipulation
  • How the router and attached telephony equipment collect and consume digits and how to apply digit consumption to the dial peer
  • Digit manipulation and the commands that you use to connect to a specified destination
  • Verify dial plans

4. Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Implementation
Key benefits and features of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • Supported platforms and the required memory, licensing, and software that is needed to deploy Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express endpoints
  • Ephone-dn and Ephone

Purpose of an ephone and an ephone-dn
  • Ephone-dn and give examples
  • Ephone and give examples
  • Different types of ephone-dns

Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to Support Endpoints
  • Use the CLI to configure the telephony service on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express system to support endpoints
  • Location-specific parameters that can be configured
  • Reboot IP phones using two different methods
  • Endpoint troubleshooting

Configuring SIP IP Phones
  • Configuration differences between SIP phones and SCCP phones
  • Use the tftp-server and voice register global commands to support Cisco Unified IP Phones using SIP
  • Verify and troubleshoot SIP-controlled Cisco Unified IP Phone registration

Implementing Basic Voice Features
  • Configure MOH
  • Configure call forward
  • Configure call transfer
  • Configure call park
  • Configure intercoms
  • Configure paging
  • Configure call pickup
  • Configure call blocking
  • Configure directory services features
  • Enter an account number to support billing and reporting

Introducing Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Download and install Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Connect to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express and Cisco Unity Express using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Basic navigation of Cisco Configuration Professional
  • How to start configuring the device

Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure the basic configuration parameters of a router running Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure extensions and phones using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure common features using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to connect to either an IP or traditional PSTN using Cisco Configuration Professional

Call Setup Flows and Configuring Digit Manipulation
  • Call setup flows and digit manipulation priorities
  • Basic digit manipulation solutions
  • Digit collection and consumption
  • Digit stripping
  • Digit forwarding
  • Digit prefixing
  • Number expansion
  • CLID manipulation
  • Configure and test voice translation rules and profiles
  • Contrast voice translation profiles and the telephony-service dialplan-pattern command

Configuring Class of Restriction (COR)
  • Concept of COR and define the operation rules
  • How to use COR to implement calling privileges for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express ephones and dial peers
  • Implement COR in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express environment
  • Configure COR for a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express deployment

Call Center Features
  • Configure ephone hunt groups
  • Configure agent control of ready and not-ready status
  • Configure automatic logout of an agent from an ephone hunt group
  • Configure Auto Attendant functionality through the use of the B-ACD service
  • Configure dynamic control of hunt group members

Network Management for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • Configure syslog
  • CDRs
  • Configure SNMPv3 for management purposes on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express system

5. Cisco Unity Express Implementation
Cisco Unity Express
  • Positioning of Cisco Unity Express
  • Cisco Unity Express modules and capabilities
  • Cisco Unity Express voice mail features
  • Auto-attendant features of Cisco Unity Express
  • Management features of Cisco Unity Express
  • System functionality features of Cisco Unity Express

Implementing Cisco Unity Express
  • Cisco Unity Express software files and how to install or upgrade the Cisco Unity Express module software
  • Configuration of the required prerequisite on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express router to support voice mail and auto-attendant services
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express with an initial setup
  • Configure voice mail, auto-attendant, and system settings on the Cisco Unity Express system using the Initialization Wizard
  • Troubleshoot common voice mail issues such as incorrect greeting and MWI failure

Configuring Cisco Unity Express Users, Groups, and Voice Mailboxes
  • Cisco Unity Express software files and how to install or upgrade the Cisco Unity Express module software
  • Configuration of the required prerequisite on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express router to support voice mail and auto-attendant services
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express with an initial setup
  • Configure voice mail, auto-attendant, and system settings on the Cisco Unity Express system using the Initialization Wizard
  • Troubleshoot common voice mail issues such as incorrect greeting and MWI failure

Configuring Cisco Unity Express Extended Functionality
  • Configure Integrated Messaging
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express VoiceView Express
  • Configure the Message Notification feature
  • Configure public and private distribution lists
  • Configure broadcast messaging
  • Configure Live Record

Configuring Cisco Unity Express Auto Attendant
  • Workflow of Cisco Unity Express Auto Attendant
  • Prepare and create a Cisco Unity Express Auto Attendant or IVR application

Dauer: 5 Tage
Preis (exkl. MwSt.):
  • 2.590,- €
Cisco Learning Credits:
34 CLC exkl. MwSt.

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