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Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Introduction to Cisco Unified Communications Manager $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Single-Site On-Net Calling $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing PSTN gateways in Cisco Unified Communications Manager $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80


Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Introduction to Cisco Unified Communications Manager

A Cisco Unified Communications deployment relies on Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) for its call-processing and call-routing functions. Understanding the role that CUCM plays in a converged network from a system, software, and hardware perspective is necessary to successfully install and configure CUCM. To ensure that the Cisco Unified Communications network provides a high availability at or above what a traditional voice network provides, it is important to understand the deployment and redundancy options of CUCM and to follow the recommended design and deployment practices. This course introduces the CUCM solution and describes the role, architecture, characteristics, hardware and software requirements, and the licensing model of CUCM. The available deployment models for using CUCM in a Cisco Unified Communications solution is also explored.
  • identify the components within a Cisco Unified Communications solution
  • describe the characteristics of CUCM IBM IDS database
  • describe the CUCM licensing model
  • propose CUCM deployment models for a given scenario
  • describe how call-processing redundancy is provided in a CUCM cluster

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) configuration includes basic settings plus specific settings that depend on the features and services that are used and performing the system administration by configuring initial basic settings is the first important task in your deployment. Another important step of CUCM administration is user management. CUCM includes several features that are related to user accounts, including end-user features and administrative privileges. The user accounts can be managed using CUCM configuration tools or by integrating CUCM with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory. This course describes how basic settings on CUCM are configured to enable the system and prepare CUCM for endpoint deployment. The types of user accounts that are used by CUCM and how they can be managed are also explored.
  • describe how basic settings on Cisco Unified Communications Manager are configured
  • differentiate between network and feature services managed using Cisco Unified Serviceability
  • describe the features of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Enterprise Parameters
  • describe the characteristics of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Enterprise Phone Configuration
  • describe the purpose of service parameters
  • match the administrator account use to its account type
  • recognize how to assign user privileges to application and end users
  • describe the methods of user management in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT user management operation
  • create user accounts using the CUCM Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)
  • identify the types of LDAP support provided by Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Single-Site On-Net Calling

An important task in implementing and supporting a Cisco Unified Communications deployment is managing the end-user devices, or endpoints. The ability to distinguish between various Cisco Unified Communications end-user devices that you may encounter during the course of deploying and administering a Cisco Unified Communications network is essential. In addition, understanding the boot and registration communication between a Cisco IP phone and Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) is important for understanding normal voice network operations and for troubleshooting purposes. Adding, updating, and deleting phones are equally significant functions in the day-to-day activities of a CUCM Administrator and CUCM provides various tools to accomplish these tasks. This course describes the CUCM-supported endpoints, their characteristics, protocol, and feature support. The module also describes how Cisco Catalyst switches can provide power to endpoints and support VLAN separation for voice and data traffic. The course also explains how to implement Cisco IP and third-party phones using the different protocols. How to implement Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) phones—Cisco and third-party phones—in CUCM (manually, using autoregistration, and with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Bulk Administration Tool [BAT]) is also covered.
  • recognize the boot sequence of Cisco IP phones
  • recognize Cisco Unified Communications Manager support for H.323 endpoints
  • recognize how to add a third-party SIP IP phones to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • recognize how to enable endpoint configuration elements
  • match the phone templates and profiles to the settings you can configure
  • sequence the steps in the autoregistration process
  • recognize how autoregistration is enabled for automatic insertion of new phones to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration database
  • recognize how Cisco Unified Communications Manager Auto-Register Phone Tool can be used to add IP phones
  • recognize how Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT is used to add phones to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • recognize how to manually add phones to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • manually add IP phones to Cisco Unified Communications Manager by using Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT and autoregistration

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing PSTN gateways in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

To place external calls, Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Cisco Unified Communications Manager) deployments need a connection to the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Such connections are provided by gateways, which connect traditional telephony interfaces (such as digital or analog trunks) and VoIP domains. Gateways can be integrated in Cisco Unified Communications Manager by using different protocols such as Media gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), H.323, or Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for signaling on VoIP call legs. This course describes the role and implementation of MGCP, H.323, and SIP gateways to provide PSTN access to a Cisco Unified Communications Manager environment.
  • differentiate between the types of gateways that can interact with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • recognize how to integrate MGCP gateways with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure a Cisco IOS MGCP gateway to integrate with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager to use a Cisco IOS MGCP gateway
  • recognize how to integrate H.323 gateways with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager to use a H.323 gateway
  • recognize how to integrate SIP gateways with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
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CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252721
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $169