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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: CUCM Call Routing Components and Calling Privileges $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Digit-manipulation Tools and Calling Privileges $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Call Coverage $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Media Resources in Unified Communications Manager $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Feature and Application Implementation $74.95
Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Mobility $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Cisco CIPT1 8.0: CUCM Call Routing Components and Calling Privileges

The dial plan is one of the key elements of an IP telephony system. It's at the core of the user experience because it defines the rules that govern how a user reaches any destination. The most important components of a dial plan are endpoint addressing and path selection. Calling privileges are another important dial plan component. Calling privileges are used to implement class of service (CoS). Based on the calling device or line, some destinations are permitted to access call-routing table entries; other destinations are not. This course describes endpoint addressing, digit analysis, and path selection in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) deployment and details the configuration tools that can be used to implement calling privileges and discusses different usage scenarios.
  • match the components of a dial plan to its function
  • match the different endpoints to descriptions of how they can be addressed in a CUCM dial plan
  • determine what route pattern will be used for a given scenario
  • describe the characteristics of CUCM Digit Analysis
  • match the addressing methods supported by CUCM to the appropriate devices
  • match the special call-routing features that can be used in CUCM to their descriptions
  • sequence the steps to configure CUCM path selection
  • configure a basic dial plan
  • describe the key characteristics of calling privileges
  • determine the outcome of a specific CSS configuration
  • describe the rules and guidelines for working with CSSs and partitions
  • create partitions and CSSs in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Digit-manipulation Tools and Calling Privileges

Users of a phone system often need to reach various destinations, such as extensions within the same site, different sites (sometimes with different dialing plans) within the same company, and other companies within the same country or in different countries. Because these calls can take different paths, such as the IP WAN or a preferred public switched telephone network (PSTN) carrier, completing the calls often requires dialing various access codes, numbers of digits, or prefixes. In addition, restricting certain destinations, such as 900 numbers, is often prudent. To require users to understand the specific dialing patterns that are necessary to reach these various destinations is impractical and inconvenient. Digit manipulation, or the ability of Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to add or subtract digits to comply with a specific internal dial plan or national numbering plan, is important to providing transparent dialing and to creating a unified dialing plan for end users. Gateway selection and calling privileges are also important dial plan components. Calling privileges are used to implement class of service (CoS). Based on the calling device or line, some destinations are permitted to access call-routing table entries; others are not. Implementation applications include time-of-day routing, vanity numbers, Client Matter Codes (CMC), and Forced Authorization Codes (FAC). This course describes the digit-manipulation tools that allow a CUCM Administrator to implement flexible and transparent dial plans. The course also describes external phone number masks, digit prefix and stripping, transformation masks, translation patterns, incoming called- and calling-party settings, called and calling transformation patterns, and significant digits. Finally the configuration tools that can be used to implement calling privileges and their different usage scenarios are also discussed.
  • match the digit-manipulation elements to their characteristics
  • describe how to use external phone number masks in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • identify the key features of translation patterns
  • describe the characteristics of transformation masks in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • describe how to strip and prefix digits in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • describe the characteristics of significant digits configuration
  • describe the characteristics of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Global Transformations
  • describe how incoming number prefixes are used in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure digit manipulation using route lists
  • recognize applications for calling-privileges
  • describe how time schedules operate
  • describe how time periods operate
  • describe the reasons for gateway selection
  • match the methods of CoS implementation to their descriptions
  • sequence the steps to implement vanity numbers in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • specify the best way to implement carrier selection based on the time of day in a given scenario
  • distinguish between the operations of CMC and FAC
  • describe CMC and FAC implementation
  • configure Forced Authorization Codes

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Call Coverage

Many businesses have sales or service support departments that work as groups to process inbound calls from customers. These businesses typically need several phone lines and a method to make the lines work together so that if one representative is busy or unavailable, the call will rotate to other members of the group until it is answered or forwarded to an auto-attendant or voicemail. Hunt groups are the mechanisms that help these businesses manage inbound calls. A hunt group is a group of telephone lines that are associated with a common number. When a call comes in to the number that is associated with the hunt group, the call cycles through the group until an available line is found. This process is known as hunting. This course describes how to implement hunt groups and how to enable other call-coverage features such as Call Forward, shared lines, and Call Pickup.
  • identify the characteristics of a shared line
  • recognize how call hunting works
  • determine the outcome for a call placed to a directory number in call hunting and forwarding scenarios
  • recognize how to configure call hunting in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure call hunting in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Media Resources in Unified Communications Manager

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) supports various types of media resources. It is important to understand how to configure the software- and hardware-based media resources that CUCM servers provide, and how to implement Cisco hardware-based media resources. This course describes the available hardware- and software-based media resources and how they are configured in CUCM to provide features such as conferencing, transcoding, media termination, and music on hold (MOH). The course also explains how to perform access control to media resources by using Media Resource Groups (MRGs) and Media Resource Group Lists (MRGLs).
  • match types of media resources and their functions
  • recognize how Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports hardware and software based media resources
  • recognize the features of different conference types available in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • recognize the steps to configure conference bridge media resources
  • recognize how to configure a Meet-Me conference pattern
  • identify the characteristics of MOH solutions
  • recognize how to configure MOH media resources
  • identify the features of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager integrated annunciator
  • identify true statements about how access control to media resources works
  • recognize how to configure MRGs and MRGLs and how to assign them to devices
  • configure MRGs and MRGLs and assign them to device pools

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Feature and Application Implementation

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) provides various features and services to support the current needs and demands of both single-site and multisite IP telephony environments. Today, users are mobile: working from homes, in the office, in airport lounges, or while traveling. To communicate efficiently with others, it is helpful to know their current availability. Can they be reached by phone, by instant messaging (IM), or by e-mail, and are they ready to communicate now? Cisco Unified Communications Solutions offer presence information about the reachability and status of users. CUCM presence, an integrated part of CUCM, allows IP phone users to monitor the status of directory numbers. This course describes how to configure Cisco IP Phone Services and how to implement presence functionality. How CUCM native presence works and how it is configured is also covered.
  • identify the features of Cisco IP Phone Services
  • recognize how to provide redundancy for Cisco IP Phone Services
  • recognize how to configure Cisco IP Phone Services
  • identify how to subscribe configured Cisco IP Phone Services to Cisco Unified IP phones
  • create an XML-based phone service and subscribe a phone to that service
  • recognize how Cisco Unified Communications Manager native presence operates
  • recognize how to implement Cisco Unified Communications Manager presence policies to control which watcher can monitor which presence entities
  • identify how to configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager presence
  • identify how to implement presence policies in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • configure presence-enabled speed dials on a Cisco IP phone and Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support presence-enabled call lists

Cisco CIPT1 8.0: Cisco Unified Mobility

The growing use of mobile devices allows users - whether on a retail floor, at an airport, or at a Wi-Fi hotspot in a local coffee shop - to enjoy the efficiencies and speed of Cisco Unified Communications. However, as more people own multiple devices ranging from office phones to home-office phones, laptop computers to mobile phones, they spend more time managing their communications across phone numbers and voice mailboxes, limiting their ability to accomplish work efficiently. Cisco Unified Mobility allows users to be reachable at a single number, regardless of the device they use. This course describes the features of Cisco Unified Mobility, as well as how these features work and how to configure them.
  • identify the features of Cisco Unified Mobility
  • recognize the features of Cisco Unified Mobility call flows
  • identify the requirements for implementing and configuring Cisco Unified Mobility
  • identify factors to consider when using Cisco Unified Mobility MVA
  • recognize how to configure Mobile Connect
  • recognize how to implement MVA
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CIPT1 8.0: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252722
  • Duration:
    10 hours
  • Price:
    $219