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Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Multisite Deployment Issues and Solutions Overview $74.95
Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Multisite Deployment Implementation $74.95
Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Centralized Call-Processing Redundancy Implementation $74.95
Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Bandwidth Management and CAC Implementation $74.95
Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Features and Applications for Multisite Deployments $74.95
Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Call Control Discovery $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Multisite Deployment Issues and Solutions Overview

In a multisite Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) deployment, special requirements exist that are not necessary in single-site deployments. Deploying Cisco Unified Communications solutions among multiple sites requires an appropriate dial plan, adequate bandwidth between sites, implementation of quality of service (QoS), and a design that can survive IP WAN failures. To successfully deploy a multisite CUCM solution, you need to understand the issues and be aware of their possible solutions. This course discusses the issues in a multisite CUCM deployment, including selective public switched telephone network (PSTN) access and tail-end hop-off (TEHO). Information on how to solve issues that arise in multisite deployments is also provided.
  • identify quality issues that can arise in multisite deployments
  • identify bandwidth issues that can occur in multisite deployments
  • identify availability issues that can occur in multisite deployments
  • describe dial plan considerations for multisite deployments
  • describe PSTN requirements that make it difficult to implement dial plans in international deployments
  • recognize the dial plan scalability issues that can occur in large deployments
  • recognize how QoS solves quality issues in multisite deployments
  • describe methods for conserving bandwidth on IP WANs
  • describe how you can use multicast MOH from branch router flash to reduce the bandwidth required on the IP WAN
  • choose an appropriate alternative to multicast MOH from branch router flash
  • describe alternatives to Multicast MOH from branch router flash
  • describe the operation of survivability and availability features in multisite deployments
  • identify solutions for dial plan issues in multisite deployments
  • recognize the advantages of globalized call routing for international multisite deployments
  • recognize how a Cisco Unified Border Element can solve NAT and security solutions in multisite deployments

Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Multisite Deployment Implementation

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) multisite deployments can use various connection options between sites. Multisite dial plans have to address special issues, such as overlapping and nonconsecutive directory numbers, public switched telephone network (PSTN) access, PSTN backup, and tail- end hop-off (TEHO). This course describes multisite deployment connection options and explains how to configure them. Also covered in this course is how to build multisite dial plans using CUCM and Cisco IOS gateway configuration. The concept of globalized call routing - a new way of building dial plans in international multisite deployments is also discussed.
  • identify the trunk and gateway types that are supported by Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • describe how to implement MGCP gateways
  • describe how to implement H.323 gateways
  • match the trunk implementation configuration elements with their descriptions
  • configure a gatekeeper-controlled H.225 trunk
  • describe the dial plan requirements for multisite deployments
  • describe how to use site codes in multisite environments
  • specify the stage at which digit manipulation occurs when implementing PSTN access
  • match the scenarios to the most appropriate dial plan to use
  • describe how to implement TEHO in a multisite environment
  • identify the dial plan considerations when you are implementing TEHO
  • identify the features of globalized call routing
  • match the functions of globalized call routing to their descriptions
  • recognize the advantages of using globalized call routing
  • configure globalization and localization of ANI information

Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Centralized Call-Processing Redundancy Implementation

The capability to use centralized call-processing devices that are located at remote sites depends on the availability of Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) at the main site. To provide these devices with a backup, you can use Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) fallback and Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST). This course describes the mechanisms for providing call survivability and device failover in remote sites. It describes how to configure Cisco IOS routers as Cisco Unified SRST gateways and how to use Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME) in Cisco Unified SRST mode.
  • describe remote site redundancy options
  • select an appropriate remote site call preservation configuration for a particular scenario
  • describe the functions of Cisco Unified SRST and MGCP fallback
  • identify dial plan requirements for MGCP fallback and Cisco Unified SRST
  • recognize the functions of Cisco Unified SRST configuration commands
  • recognize how to configure SRST at the Cisco IOS router
  • recognize how to configure a CUCM dial plan to work with Cisco Unified SRST
  • identify the requirements for communication between phones in SRST mode
  • identify the commands to configure dial plans on Cisco IOS routers for a particular scenario
  • recognize the configuration of a standalone dial plan configuration for a Cisco IOS router that is enabled with Cisco Unified SRST
  • configure an SRST reference in CUCM
  • identify the features of standalone unified CME and unified CM and unified CME in SRST mode
  • recognize the new features of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Release 8.0
  • describe the functions of basic CUCME configuration commands
  • identify the considerations for configuring MOH in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • describe the commands used to configure CUCME to support SRST fallback

Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Bandwidth Management and CAC Implementation

Individual sites of a multisite deployment are usually interconnected by an IP WAN in situations in which bandwidth is relatively costly and bandwidth consumption should be minimized. Call Admission Control (CAC) is also important in a multisite environment in order to avoid bandwidth oversubscription by too many voice calls. This course describes methods of reducing bandwidth requirements and explains how to design and implement those methods so that the IP WAN bandwidth can be used as efficiently as possible. It also describes CAC options for intrasite calls and intersite calls and how to implement them in a multisite Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment. The course also describes automated alternate routing (AAR), which allows the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) to be used as a backup for calls that CAC denies due to insufficient bandwidth.
  • identify considerations for controlling the codecs used for calls in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • identify key considerations for deploying local conference bridges and transcoders
  • recognize commands for configuring a Cisco IOS Enhanced Media Termination Point type transcoder
  • identify considerations for implementing a multicast MOH from branch router flash feature
  • sequence the steps to implement multicast MOH from branch router flash for a particular scenario
  • identify the characteristics of locations-based CAC implementation in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • identify the characteristics of RSVP-enabled locations-based CAC in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • recognize how to implement RSVP-enabled locations-based CAC for a particular scenario
  • configure RSVP-enabled locations
  • describe the features of AAR implementation
  • sequence the AAR implementation steps to reroute intracluster calls over the PSTN if not enough bandwidth is available for an on-net call
  • describe the operation of CAC with and without SIP Preconditions
  • configure SIP preconditions settings at a SIP profile in Cisco Unified Communications Manager for a particular scenario
  • describe characteristics of H.323 gatekeeper CAC support in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • sequence the steps for implementing gatekeeper-controlled trunks for call routing

Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Features and Applications for Multisite Deployments

Users in multisite environments often roam between sites. When such users take their Cisco Unified Communications endpoints (E.g. Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone or Cisco IP Communicator (a softphone) phone) with them, the standard configuration of their endpoints must be adapted to suit the needs of the current physical location. It is important that a professional unified communications system provides such a solution. Similarly, users can roam between office desks or sites on a regular basis.Using phones that are provided at the sites that they visit, these users would like to use their personal settings, such as directory number, speed dials, calling privileges, and Message Waiting Indicator (MWI). This issue can also be solved using a professional unified communications system. This course describes Cisco Unified Communications Manager Device Mobility and Cisco Extension Mobility and their implementation. The implementation provides users with the freedom to roam and still be reachable by their own extensions, no matter where they are or what device they use.
  • describe the characteristics of Device Mobility
  • describe Device Mobility operation
  • identify the considerations when implementing Device Mobility
  • describe Device Mobility interaction with globalized call routing
  • identify the advantages of using Local Route Groups and globalized call routing with Device Mobility
  • sequence the steps required to configure Device Mobility
  • configure and verify Device Mobility
  • describe the characteristics of Cisco Extension Mobility
  • match the Cisco Extension Mobility configuration element to its function
  • describe Cisco Extension Mobility operations
  • sequence the steps required to configure Extension Mobility
  • configure and verify Extension Mobility

Cisco CIPT2 8.0: Call Control Discovery

With the increasing deployment of Cisco Unified Communications solutions, dial plans have become more complex to implement, especially in large enterprises that consist of numerous call control devices. Some examples of these call control devices are Cisco Unified Border Element, Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, and Cisco IOS gateways. To simplify dial plan implementation in large deployments, it is desirable that call control devices dynamically exchange call-routing information so that no any-to-any static configuration is required. Cisco Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) allows services to be propagated through SAF-enabled network devices. Cisco Call Control Discovery (CCD) is the first application that utilizes SAF to advertise services: the reachability of internal directory numbers and Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) backup numbers. This course explains how SAF works, describes its components, and shows how to configure it. The course also describes how CCD utilizes SAF to dynamically exchange call-routing information and how you can implement CCD in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and in Cisco IOS Software.
  • identify the scalability issues in large networks consisting of multiple call agents
  • describe the characteristics of SAF
  • describe the characteristics of CCD
  • describe the workings of CCD
  • distinguish between the configuration elements of an internal and external SAF client
  • identify the steps involved in the configuration of the external SAF client
  • sequence the steps to configure an internal SAF client
  • describe the considerations for implementing CCD and SAF
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CIPT2 8.0: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 3 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252723
  • Duration:
    12 hours
  • Price:
    $219