Course Code: GES372
Understand the fundamentals of Cisco collaboration architecture, study small to midsize business parts, and receive a lab introduction.
Study the basics of telephony routing, call routing, deployment scenarios, gateway call routing, and configuring the gateway lab.
Prepare the network for voices, study IP phone behavior, stand up the platform lab, use OVA templates to deploy CUCUMCUCI lab parts 1-7 and prime collaboration provisioning labs parts 1-2.
Learn about CUCM administration interfaces, CUCM stand up labs, end user interfaces, AD integration lab, IMP integration lab, and CUC integration labs.
Study the IP communicator lab, profiles and templates lab, CUCME phone configuration, CUCM end user portal lab, and how to configure CUCM phones from scratch.
Explore advanced call coverage, call coverage labs, calling constrictions and COS, voice gateway features configurations, dial plans, and digit manipulation labs.
I. Introducing Cisco Collaboration Architecture
A. Course Introduction
B. Introducing Cisco Collaboration Architecture Parts 1-2
C. Small to Midsize Business Parts 1-3
D. Cisco Unified Communications Manager Parts 1-3
E. Cisco Unified Connection
F. Lab Introduction
II. Telephony and Call Routing
A. Telephony 101 Parts 1-6
B. Call Routing 101Parts 1-2
C. 2.9 VoIP Call Routing 101
D. Call Routing with DNS
E. Deployment Scenarios Parts 1-3
F. Gateway Call Routing Basics Parts 1-4
G. Configuring The Gateway Lab Parts 1-2
III. Preparing the Network and Phone Behavior
A. Preparing The Network for Voices Parts 1-2
B. IP Phone Behavior
C. Configuring The LAN Lab
D. Standing Up the Platform Lab
E. Using OVA Templates to Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Parts 1-7
F. Using OVA Templates to Deploy Prime Collaboration Provisioning Lab Parts 1-2
IV. CUCM Administration Interfaces
A. CUCM Administration Interfaces Parts 1-2
B. Stand Up
C. CUCM Stand Up Lab
D. End User Interfaces
E. End User Configuration Lab
F. AD Integration Lab
G. End Point Implementation Parts 1-2
H. IMP Integration Lab
I. CUC Integration Lab Parts 1-2
J. IP Communicator Lab
K. Profiles and Templates Lab
L. CUCME Phone Configuration
M. Configuring CUCME Lab Parts 1-2
N. CUCM EndUser Portal Lab
O. Configuring CUCM Phones from Scratch
P. Configuring Cisco SX20 Codec Parts 1-2
V. Call Configuration
A. Advanced Call Coverage Parts 1-3
B. Call Coverage Lab Parts 1-5
C. Calling Constrictions and COS Parts 1-2
D. Implementing Class of Control Lab Parts 1-2
E. Connecting to The PSTN Part 1
F. Configuring Voice Gateway Features Lab Parts 1-3
G. Connecting to The PSTN Part 2
H. PSTN Calling and Digit Manipulation Lab Parts 1-2
I. PSTN Dial Plan Configuration Lab Parts 1-2
J. Course Conclusion
Scott A. Smith, Senior Cisco Instructor, was formerly a Senior Network Engineer for OAO Corporation at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs and a Systems Engineer with Cisco System, Inc. He is currently the Founder thinQtank® Global, Inc. Since originally founding thinQtank® Global, Inc., in May of 2001, Smith has developed an engineering focused firm, earning a reputation in the technology community as one of the top specialized advanced technology consulting firms in the industry today. Smith has been extolled by Cisco Systems as a Cisco Technology Solution Specialist (TSS). Smith was one of the first engineers in the Western Region to be recognized for this achievement. TSS Engineers are considered to be better qualified to prepare, plan and design Cisco solutions, especially in the areas of Unified Communications and Security; having a deep understanding of product features, implementation best practices, and reference architectures. Smith has a distinguished career in the information technology arena. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Texas Tech University honored by faculty and the Industrial Advisory Board as the most outstanding student of his graduating class. He then went on to work as a network systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs before moving on to a position with Cisco Systems as a systems engineer. Finally, in 2001 Smith left Cisco and founded SAS Network Solutions, Inc. and then thinQtank® Global, Inc. Smith holds some of the highest certifications in the Information Technology community and is a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor. Smith began his professional training career in 1997 with over 50,000 hours in the classroom. Smith always enjoys sharing his knowledge and real world experience with others and it is reflected in the successful results in the classroom. He has been implementing, consulting and instructing on internetworking technology for over twenty years.
Students should have a fundamental understanding of networking.
There are no prerequisites to take the Cisco 210-060 CICD Exam.
For CCNA Collaboration exam certification requirements, please click here.
The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.
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This course will prepare you for the CCNA: Collaboration exam. Students enrolled in the "voucher included" option will also receive pre-paid exam voucher after successful completion of the course and financial obligation. For CCNA: Collaboration exam certification requirements please click here.
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