Implementing Cisco IOS Telephony and Unified Communications Express

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Obiettivi Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives: Explain the benefits and components of a Cisco Unified Communications system Describe how traditional telephony systems operate Describe the basic operation, protocols, and components that are involved in a VoIP call, and you will be able to configure a gateway to support these calls Implement Cisco Unified CME to support a single site Install and configure Cisco Unity Express, including Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant

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Via Valtellina, 63, 20124, Milano, Italia
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· Requisiti

Prerequisiti

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking to include LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing
  • Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
  • Ability to configure and operate Cisco routers and switches
  • Cisco CCENT certification recommended prerequisite

Programma

Contenuti del corso

Implementing Cisco IOS Telephony and Unified Communications Express (IITUCX) v8.5 is a five-day ILT class designed to be the primary training for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (Cisco Unified CME) and Cisco Unity Express. The goal of the course is to provide learners with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement Cisco Unified CME and Cisco Unity Express by using the CLI and GUI interfaces.

Contenuti dettagliati del corso

Module 1: Cisco Unified Communications System Introduction

Lesson 1: Introducing the Cisco Unified Communications System

  • Describe the benefits of implementing a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the components of the Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the function of the infrastructure in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the function of the call processing agent in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the function of endpoints in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the applications in a Cisco Unified Communications system

Lesson 2: Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Applications

  • Describe the messaging choices available in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe the auto-attendant functions that you can implement in Cisco Unified Communications
  • Describe Cisco Unified IVR applications
  • Describe Cisco Unified Contact Center Express
  • Describe the Cisco Unified Communications Mobile solutions
  • Describe Cisco Unified Presence
  • Describe Cisco TelePresence

Module 2: Traditional Telephony Operations

Lesson 1: Understanding Traditional Telephony

  • Describe the components and operation of the PSTN
  • Describe PBXs and key systems
  • Describe the three types of signaling required in a telephony network
  • Describe how telephone calls are established in the PSTN
  • Describe numbering plans
  • Describe the E.164 standard for defining numbering plans

Lesson 2: Introducing Digital Circuits

  • Describe the process of converting analog signals to digital signals
  • Describe TDM
  • Describe the characteristics of T1 circuits
  • Describe the characteristics of E1 circuits
  • Describe how CAS circuits accomplish supervisory, address, and informational signaling
  • Describe how CCS circuits accomplish supervisory, address, and informational signaling

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 2-1: Demonstrate Voice Theory

Module 3: VoIP Fundamentals

Lesson 1: Understanding Packetization

  • Describe the function of a DSP
  • Describe how voice is transmitted in RTP packets
  • Describe how a DSP packetizes voice streams
  • Describe the various codecs that a Cisco Unified Communications system uses
  • Describe additional functions performed by DSPs

Lesson 2: Introducing VoIP Signaling Protocols

  • Describe the signaling protocols that are required in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe SCCP signaling
  • Describe H.323 signaling
  • Describe MGCP signaling
  • Describe SIP signaling

Lesson 3: Preparing the Network to Support Cisco Unified Communications

  • Describe voice VLANs
  • Configure voice VLANs on a Cisco Catalyst switch
  • Identify DHCP service options
  • Define a DHCP relay server
  • Configure NTP
  • Describe Cisco IP phone firmware files and XML configuration files
  • Describe IEEE 802.3af and Cisco PoE
  • Describe how Cisco IP phones obtain XML configuration files and IP addresses

Lesson 4: Connecting a VoIP System to a Service Provider Network

  • Describe the function of a gateway in a Cisco Unified Communications system
  • Describe how voice ports are used in a voice gateway
  • Describe the function of a call leg
  • Describe the purpose of a dial peer
  • Describe SIP trunks
  • Describe how to connect to an ITSP

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 3-1: Prepare the Infrastructure to Support Cisco Unified Communications

Lesson 5: Understanding Call Setup and Digit Manipulation

  • Describe how the router and attached telephony equipment collect and consume digits and how to apply digit consumption to the dial peer
  • Describe digit manipulation and the commands that you use to connect to a specified destination
  • Verify dial plans

The lesson includes these activities:

  • Lab 3-2: Configure POTS Dial Peers
  • Lab 3-3: Configure VoIP Dial Peers

Module 4: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Implementation

Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

  • Identify the key benefits and features of Cisco Unified CME
  • Describe the supported platforms and the required memory, licensing, and software that is needed to deploy Cisco Unified CME
  • Describe the Cisco Unified CME endpoints

Lesson 2: Defining Ephone-dn and Ephone

  • Describe the purpose of an ephone and an ephone-dn
  • Define an ephone-dn and give examples
  • Define an ephone and give examples
  • Describe different types of ephone-dns

Lesson 3: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to Support Endpoints

  • Use the CLI to configure the telephony service on a Cisco Unified CME system to support endpoints
  • Identify location-specific parameters that can be configured
  • Reboot IP phones using two different methods
  • Describe endpoint troubleshooting

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 4-1: Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to Support Endpoints

Lesson 4: Configuring SIP IP Phones

  • Describe the configuration differences between SIP phones and SCCP phones
  • Use the tftp-server and voice register global commands to support Cisco Unified IP Phones by using SIP
  • Verify and troubleshoot SIP-controlled Cisco Unified IP Phone registration

Lesson 5: Implementing Basic Voice Features

  • Configure MOH
  • Configure call forward
  • Configure call transfer
  • Configure call park
  • Configure intercoms
  • Configure paging
  • Configure call pickup
  • Configure call blocking
  • Configure directory services features
  • Enter an account number to support billing and reporting

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 4-2: Implement Basic Voice Features

Lesson 6: Introducing Cisco Configuration Professional

  • Download and install Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Connect to Cisco Unified CME and Cisco Unity Express using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Describe the basic navigation of Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Describe how to start configuring the device

Lesson 7: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express by Using Cisco Configuration Professional

  • Configure the basic configuration parameters of a router running Cisco Unified CME by using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure extensions and phones by using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure common features by using Cisco Configuration Professional
  • Configure Cisco Unified CME to connect to either an IP or traditional PSTN by using Cisco Configuration Professional

Lesson 8: Understanding Call Setup Flows and Configuring Digit Manipulation

  • Describe call setup flows and digit manipulation priorities
  • Describe basic digit manipulation solutions
  • Describe digit collection and consumption
  • Describe digit stripping
  • Describe digit forwarding
  • Describe digit prefixing
  • Describe number expansion
  • Describe CLID manipulation
  • Describe, configure, and test voice translation rules and profiles
  • Contrast voice translation profiles and the telephony-service dialplan-pattern command

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 4-3: Configure Digit Manipulation and Path Selection

Lesson 9: Configuring Class of Restriction

  • Describe the concept of COR and define the operation rules
  • Describe how to use COR to implement calling privileges for Cisco Unified CME ephones and dial peers
  • Implement COR in a Cisco Unified CME environment
  • Configure COR for a Cisco Unified CME deployment

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 4-4: Configure COR and Toll Restriction

Lesson 10: Understanding Call Center Features

  • Describe and configure ephone hunt groups
  • Describe and configure agent control of ready and not-ready status
  • Describe and configure automatic logout of an agent from an ephone hunt group
  • Describe and configure dynamic control of hunt group members
  • Describe and configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express AutoAttendant functionality through the use of the B-ACD service

Lesson 11: Describing Network Management for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

  • Describe and configure syslog
  • Describe CDRs
  • Configure SNMPv3 for management purposes on a Cisco Unified CME system

Module 5: Cisco Unity Express Implementation

Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco Unity Express

  • Identify the positioning of Cisco Unity Express
  • Identify Cisco Unity Express modules and capabilities
  • Describe Cisco Unity Express voice-mail features
  • Describe the AutoAttendant features of Cisco Unity Express
  • Describe the management features of Cisco Unity Express
  • Describe system functionality features of Cisco Unity Express

Lesson 2: Implementing Cisco Unity Express

  • Describe Cisco Unity Express software files and how to install or upgrade the Cisco Unity Express module software
  • Configure the required prerequisite configuration on the Cisco Unified CME router to support voice-mail and auto-attendant services
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express with an initial setup
  • Configure voice mail, auto-attendant, and system settings on the Cisco Unity Express system using the Initialization Wizard
  • Troubleshoot common voice-mail issues such as incorrect greeting and MWI failure

The lesson includes this activity:

  • Lab 5-1: Implement Cisco Unity Express

Lesson 3: Configuring Cisco Unity Express Users, Groups, and Voice Mailboxes

  • Configure Cisco Unified CME to activate the message button on Cisco Unified IP Phones
  • Configure and verify systemwide voice-mail parameters for all voice mailboxes using the Cisco Unity Express GUI
  • Describe the user voice-mail interface
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express users and user mailboxes using the Cisco Unity Express GUI
  • Configure Cisco Unity Express groups and GDMs

Lesson 4: Configuring Cisco Unity Express Extended Functionality

  • Describe and configure Integrated Messaging
  • Describe and configure Cisco Unity Express VoiceView Express
  • Configure the Message Notification feature
  • Configure public and private distribution lists
  • Describe and configure broadcast messaging
  • Describe and configure Live Record

Lesson 5: Configuring Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant

  • Describe the workflow of Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant
  • Prepare to create a Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant or IVR application
  • Create a simple Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant

The lesson includes these activities:

  • Lab 5-2: Configure a Simple AutoAttendant by Using the GUI
  • Lab 5-3: Configure a Complex AutoAttendant by Using Cisco Unified Communications Editor
  • Lab 5-4: Super Lab (Optional, Time Permitting)

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