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Avoid design disasters by exploring the breadth of technical issues involved in designing modern Unified Communications (UC) networks. Once you apply a consistent set of analytical tools, best practices, and design methodology to the complex set of requirements and problems involved in these systems, the full potential for a stable, scalable, and feature-rich UC system can be realized.

This course consists of both lecture and self-study components. Our virtual classroom course challenges you to apply the design skills learned in the lecture to your own networks and projects. Each day consists of a four-hour lecture followed by flexible self-study time. Each morning begins with a question-and-answer period to follow-up on previous self-study exercises.



Highlights:
  • Components that comprise a complete Cisco UC solution
  • Size and position products
  • Products and features required in the LAN environment to support UC call control
  • Based on existing telephony and data statistics:
    • Calculate the WAN bandwidth requirements to support VoIP calls
    • Size the voice gateway
    • Size and locate the media resources
  • Size and locate Cisco UC call agents in CUCM v8.x
  • Design a proper dial plan
  • Issues that impact E911 requirements
  • Voice network component security

Prerequisites:
  • TDM Telephony


Audience:
  • Network architects and engineers
  • System engineers

1. UC Architecture Overview

  • Cisco UC Features
  • Cisco Unified Messaging Components
  • Mobility and Presence
  • Conferencing Products
  • Contact Center
  • Management Tools
  • Cisco UC Security

2. Designing the LAN for Cisco UC Call Control

  • Campus Evolution and Cisco UC
  • Connecting IP Phones
  • Designing High Availability at the Data Link and Network Layers
  • LAN QOS for Cisco UC
  • Designing the LAN Access Layer for Cisco UC
  • Designing the LAN Distribution Layer for Cisco UC
  • Designing the Core Layer for Cisco UC

3. Designing the WAN for Cisco UC Call Control

  • Provisioning Bandwidth
  • Designing WAN QOS for Cisco UC
  • Sizing and Selecting Voice Gateways
  • Designing Media Resources

4. Designing Cisco UC Call Control

  • Sizing and Positioning Cisco UC Call Control
  • Designing the Dial Plan
  • Emergency Services
  • Designing a Secure Cisco UC Solution
  • SPAN Engineering Requirements
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