Associated Certifications
CCNA Collaboration
Required Exam(s)
500 - 006, 500 - 007
Instructorctclc admin
TypeOnsite Course
Duration
5 Days
Methods of Delivery
ILT, WEBEX, VIRTUAL
Price$4595.00
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Implementing Cisco TelePresence Video Solutions (VTVS1/2) is a five-day instructor-led course. You will learn features, functions, design, and deployment planning for Cisco endpoint product sets including SX Series, C-Series, and EX Series systems. Students will gain the necessary knowledge to implement, support, and troubleshoot Cisco TelePresence video solutions. Products included in this training are C-series endpoints, VCS, Cisco Unified Communication Manager (CUCM), MCUs, Conductor, and TelePresence Management Suite (TMS).

Participants will gain in-depth practical knowledge with exercises on installing, configuring, maintaining and basic troubleshooting of the equipment. This course includes complex video network environments with firewall traversal, clustering, zoning and subzoning. In addition, students will use functions of the VCS to control access and bandwidth and use transforms, call policy and FindMe. Students will use TMS and VCS to provision SIP video and Jabber Video users, and will use CUCM to provision SIP audio and video. Students will use TCS to record telepresence sessions. Additionally, you will learn to add Cisco TelePresence to existing Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CM) environments.

The software applications that are covered in this course include:

  • Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS)
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence
  • Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Controller Unit (MCU)
  • Cisco Telepresence Management Suite (TMS)
  • Cisco Telepresence Content Server (TCS)

Why Attend With Current Technologies CLCadvanced

  • Each Student has a Telepresence Unit
  • Our Instructors are the top 10% rated by Cisco.
  • Our Lab has a dedicated 300 Mbps Fiber Connection
  • Our Lab Run up to Date version of Code on our Servers
  • Each Pod has their own set of Servers. Including their own CUCM, IMP, VCS-C, VCS-E, Conductor, (2) Telepresence Servers, TMS Server. AD/Exchange Servers
  • Our labs have a Variety of Telepresence Units including SX80 With Speaker Track, SX10, EX90, C60, DX650, DX80, DX70, CTS 500

Course Objectives

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  • Define and operate Cisco TelePresence Solutions architectures and components such as Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Servers (VCSs), Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CM), Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Control Units (MCUs), and TelePresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP)
  • Configure and operate a Cisco TelePresence VCS for basic and advanced video networks
  •  Enable connectivity between a Cisco TelePresence VCS and Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Configure a Cisco TelePresence MCU, Cisco TelePresence Server, and the MSE 8000 Server to work with both the Cisco VCS and Cisco Unified CM
  • Define TelePresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) and how it is deployed in Cisco TelePresence solutions to help create an ideal user experience
  • Operate Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS) and provision devices using Cisco TMS Provisioning Extension (TMSPE)
  • Demonstrate how Cisco TelePresence Content Server (TCS) interacts with other products within the Cisco TelePresence Solution

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

  • Network Video Engineer
  • Voice/UC/Collaboration/Communications Engineer
  • Collaboration Tools Engineer
  • Collaboration Sales/Systems Engineer

  • Foundational IP networking knowledge such as included with a CCENT or CCNA certification is recommended.
  • Working knowledge of basic IP networking

Overview of Cisco Telepresence Endpoints

  • Cisco TelePresence endpoints

SIP and H.323 Basic Configuration

  • Cisco video network
  • SIP and H.323 protocols and basic configuration of the Cisco VCS
  • Backing up, restoring, and upgrading the Cisco VCS
  • Basic configuration for SIP and Cisco Unified CM
  • Exploring Cisco Unified CM and Cisco VCS dial plans

Exploring Advanced Cisco VCS Features

  • Components of Cisco VCS security
  • Exploring the fundamentals of subzones
  • Transforms and admin policy
  • FindMe application on the Cisco VCS
  • Purpose of zones on the Cisco VCS
  • Neighbor relations
  • Traversal zones
  • DNS and ENUM zones
  • Subzone bandwidth management and pipes
  • Call processing
  • Regular expressions
  • Security certifications and installations
  • Presence server on the Cisco VCS
  • Conference factory
  • Using redundancy
  • Troubleshooting the Cisco VCS

Deploying Video Conference Bridges

  • Cisco TelePresence MCU
  • Examining basic setup
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU configuration
  • Operating the Cisco TelePresence MCU
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU customizations
  • Global conference settings
  • Software upgrade for the Cisco TelePresence MCU
  • MSE 8000
  • Cisco TelePresence Server
  • Cisco TelePresence Interoperable Protocol (TIP)
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU troubleshooting

Cisco TelePresence Conductor

  • Cisco TelePresence conductor purpose and place
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU preparation for deployment with the Cisco VCS and Cisco TelePresence conductor
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU preparation for deployment with Cisco Unified CM and Cisco TelePresence conductor
  • Deployment of the Cisco TelePresence Server with the Cisco TelePresence conductor
  • Cisco VCS preparation
  • Configuration of conductor with Cisco Unified CM
  • Review configuration of Cisco Unified CM
  • Troubleshooting

Cisco Telepresence Management Suite (TMS)

  • Cisco TMS
  • Operation of Cisco TMS
  • Conference creation
  • ISDN and IP zones
  • User permissions
  • Troubleshooting Cisco TMS

Cisco TMS Provisioning Extension

  • Cisco TMS provisioning extension role and documentation
  • Configuration of provisioning components
  • Deploying Cisco TMSPE for provisioning
  • Provisioning phone books and sending account information
  • Troubleshooting provisioning components

Cisco Telepresence Content Server (TCS)

  • Cisco TCS purpose and place in a video network
  • Configuration of Cisco TCS

HANDS-ON LABS:

  • Endpoint Configuration
  • Basic Call Control Settings for Cisco VCS and Cisco Unified CM
  • Basic Call Control Settings for Cisco Unified CM
  • Components of Cisco VCS Security
  • Exploring the Fundamentals of Subzones
  • Pre-search, Transforms, Admin Policy, and User Policy
  • Neighbor Relationships and SIP Trunks
  • Calling Outside; Traversal Zones and DNS Zones
  • Bandwidth Management
  • Call Processing
  • Interworked Dialing – Transforms, Search Rules, and Regular Expressions
  • Conference Factory and Multiway
  • Logs and History
  • Verify H.323 and SIP Settings for Cisco TelePresence MCU
  • Configuring Conferences
  • Cisco MCU Customization
  • Cisco MCU Backup and MSE 8000 Options
  • Diagnostic Call Logs for the Cisco TelePresence MCU
  • Cisco TelePresence Conductor
  • Operation of Cisco TMS
  • Conference Creation
  • ISDN and IP Zones
  • User Permissions
  • Cisco TMS Troubleshooting
  • Configuring the Cisco VCS for Provisioning
  • Troubleshooting TMSPE
  • TCS Configurations and Recordings

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