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TypeOnsite Course
Time9:00 am to 6:00 PM
Duration
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Price$5995.00
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This one of kind Cisco Collaboration in-depth course takes student from initial endpoint configuration to a full solution deployment using all of the Cisco Collaboration Components. Students will have extensive labs in which they will configure and troubleshoot a full Cisco Telepresence Deployment.

Participants will gain in-depth practical knowledge with exercises on installing, configuring, maintaining and troubleshooting of all Cisco Telepresence Components.

The software applications that are covered in this course include:

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

Why Attend With Current Technologies CLC

  • 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

Who Should Attend

Prerequisites

Course Outline

Labs

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  • Implement and Configure Cisco Endpoints
  • Implement and Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager for Video Endpoints
  • Implement and Configure Cisco IMP for Jabber
  • Implement and Configure Cisco Expressway
  • Implement and Configure Cisco Video Communications Server (VCS) Control
  • Implement and Configure Cisco Video Communications Server (VCS) Expressway
  • Implement and Configure connectivity between a Cisco VCS and Cisco UCM
  • Implement and Configure a Cisco MCU, Cisco TelePresence Server, and the MSE 8000 Platform to work with both the Cisco VCS and Cisco UCM.
  • Implement and Configure a Cisco Conductor
  • Implement, Configure, and Operate Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS) and provision devices using Cisco TMS Provisioning Extension (TMSPE)
  • Implement and Configure 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
  • Video Conferencing Experience / Voice Experience

Telepresence Endpoints

  • Cisco TelePresence Endpoint Portfolio Overview
  • Cisco DX Series Endpoint Characteristics
  • Cisco TelePresence TC Software-Based Endpoint Characteristics
  • Cisco TelePresence EX60 and EX90
  • Cisco TelePresence MX Series
  • Cisco TelePresence SX Series Endpoints
  • Cisco Intelligent Proximity
  • Cisco TelePresence TC Software-Based Endpoint Peripherals
  • Cisco TelePresence TC Software-Based Endpoint Deployments
  • Cisco TelePresence Integrator C Series-Based Endpoints
  • Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence Characteristics
  • Cisco Jabber

Understanding the Cisco Video Network

  • Network Overview
  • H323 Overview
  • SIP Overview
  • VCS vs Unified Communications Manager
  • Internetworking
  • QOS Overview

Implementing and Configuring Unified Communication Manager for Video Endpoints

  • Unified Communications Manager Initial Settings
  • Service Activation
  • Enterprise and Service Parameters
  • SIP Domains
  • Configure IMP for Jabber
  • Configure Jabber Settings
  • Registering Endpoints
  • Verifying Network Registration

Implementing and Configuring Cisco Video Communication Serer (VCS) for Video Endpoints

  • Configuring Initial VCS Setting
  • Configuring Authentication
  • Registration Conflict Policy
  • Registration Restriction Policy
  • Local Zone Components
  • Membership Rules
  • Transforms
  • Purpose of Zones
  • Search Priority
  • Neighbor Zones
  • Creating Neighbor Zones
  • Need for Traversal Zones
  • H.460 and Assent Protocols
  • Traversal Zone Configuration
  • Domain Name System Dialing
  • E.164 Number Mapping
  • Bandwidth Management
    • Pipes
    • Subzones and Zones
    • Subzone Call Failure
  • Call Processing Order
  • Cisco VCS Call Routing
  • Certificates
  • Certificate Installation
  • Presence
  • Conference Factory
    • Cisco VCS Settings for Conference Factory
  • Clustering and the Cisco VCS
  • Clustering Configuration
  • Collecting Information
  • Log Files
  • Search History

Internetworking Cisco VCS and Cisco Unified Communications Manager for Video Endpoints

  • onnecting VCS-C to CUCM
  • Connect VCS-C to VCS-E
  • Connecting CUCM to VCS-C

Multipoint Conferencing with Cisco Video Conference Bridges

  • Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions
  • Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Media Infrastructure
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU Installation
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU Indicator Lights
  • Cisco TelePresence MCU
    • MCU40XX
    • MCU53XX
    • MCU8510
  • Cisco TelePresence Server
    • Multiparty Media 310
    • Multiparty Media 320
    • Multiparty Media 410v
    • Multiparty Media 820
    • Cisco Telepresence Server on MSE 8710
    • Cisco Telepresence Server on Virtual Machine
  • Cisco Video Conferencing On ISR G2 PVDM3
  • Ad Hoc Multipoint Conferences
  • Cisco TelePresence Multisite
  • Cisco TelePresence Multiway

Configuring Cisco Meeting Server (formerly Acano)

  • Setting up CMS
  • Installing Certificates
  • Configuring CUCM with CMS
  • Provision the RTC Client
  • Configuring Meeting Spaces

Configuring Cisco Conductor

  • What is Conductor?
  • Conductor – How it works
  • Installing Cisco Conductor
  • Configuring Conductor Network Settings

Configuring Conductor for a CUCM Configuration

  • MCU Configuration
    • Resetting TelePresence MCU configuration to default
    • Creating a user
    • Installing an encryption key
    • Configuring SIP
    • Disabling H.323 registration
    • Miscellaneous settings
  • Telepresence Server
    • Creating a user
    • Installing an encryption key
    • Configuring SIP
    • Disabling H.323 registration
    • Configuring the operation mode
  • Telepresence Conductor Server Configuration
    • Changing the administrator password
    • Changing the root password
    • Creating a user for Unified CM access
    • Changing the system settings
    • Creating Service Preferences
    • Adding IP addresses for ad hoc and rendezvous locations on TelePresence Conductor
    • Adding FQDNs to server certificate
  • Configuring TelePresence Conductor for ad hoc conferences
    • Creating a conference template for an ad hoc Meeting-type conference
    • Creating an ad hoc Location
  • Configuring TelePresence Conductor for rendezvous conferences
    • Creating a conference template for a rendezvous Meeting-type conference
    • Creating a conference alias for a rendezvous Meeting-type conference
    • Creating an auto-dialed participant for a rendezvous Meeting-type conference
    • Creating a conference template for a rendezvous Lecture-type conference
    • Creating a host conference alias for a rendezvous Lecture-type conference
    • Creating a guest conference alias for a rendezvous Lecture-type conference
    • Creating a rendezvous Location
    • Adding Locations to conference bridge pools
  • Configuring Unified CM
  • Configuring general settings on Unified CM
  • Locations in Unified CM
  • Unified CM trusts TelePresence Conductor’s server certificate
  • SIP trunk security profile
  • Configuring Unified CM for rendezvous conferences
  • Sip Trunk Configuration
  • Conference Bridge Configuration
  • MRG and MRGL Configuration
  • Unified CM normalization scripts
  • Configuring Unified CM for ad hoc conferences
  • Sip Trunk Configuration
  • Route pattern to match the SIP Trunk Configuration
  • Unified CM normalization scripts

Configuring Conductor for a CUCM with Cisco VCS

  • Designing a Dial Plan
  • MCU Configuration
    • Resetting TelePresence MCU configuration to default
    • Creating a user
    • Installing an encryption key
    • Configuring SIP
    • Disabling H.323 registration
    • Miscellaneous settings
    • Telepresence Server
  • Telepresence Server
    • Creating a user
    • Installing an encryption key
    • Configuring SIP
    • Disabling H.323 registration
    • Configuring the operation mode
  • Configuring the Cisco VCS
    • TelePresence Conductor as a neighbor zone Configuration
    • TelePresence Conductor as a Search Rule Configuration
  • Telepresence Conductor Server Configuration
    • Changing the administrator password
    • Changing the root password
    • Creating a user for Unified CM access
    • Changing the system settings
    • Creating Service Preferences
    • Adding an IP address for Cisco VCS rendezvous conferences on TelePresence Conductor
    • Configuring a Location for Cisco VCS
    • Setting up Conference Bridge pools
    • Creating Service Preferences
    • Creating conference templates for Meeting-type conferences
    • Creating conference templates for Lecture-type conferences
    • Creating the auto-dialed participants
    • Creating conference aliases for the Meeting-type conferences
    • Creating conference aliases for the Lecture-type templates
  • Backing Up Conductor
  • Troubleshooting Conductor

Installing Cisco Telepresence Management Server

  • Windows Server Installation
  • SQL Server Installation
  • Server Pre-requisites and configuration
  • Installing TMS
  • Installing TMS Provisioning Extensions
  • Release and Option Keys
  • Upgrading TMS
  • Backup TMS

Configuring Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS)

  • Initial Configuration
  • Endpoint Configuration
  • Adding User Accounts and Profiles
  • Groups and Permissions
  • Active Directory Lookup
  • Configuration Templates
    • Creating a New Configuration Template
    • Viewing a Configuration Template
    • Editing a Template
    • Applying Templates to Systems
    • Creating a New Configuration Template from an Existing Template
  • Setting Configuration
    • General Settings
    • Network Settings
    • Mail Settings
    • Conference Settings
  • VCS Configuration for TMS
  • Direct Endpoint Management VCS/TMS
    • Direct Managed Endpoint Features
      • Granular / Immediate System Configuration
      • Scheduling
      • OBTP
      • Upgrades
      • Reporting
      • Phonebooks
      • Conference Management
  • CUCM Configuration for TMS
  • Direct Endpoint Management – CUCM
    • TMS Responsibilities
      • Scheduling
      • OBTP
      • Basic call history for TC
    • CUCM Responsibilities
      • Phonebooks
      • Software Upgrade
      • Device Configuration
  • Findme Configuration
  • Phonebooks & Phonebook Sources
    • Creating Phone Book Sources
    • Manual List Phonebooks
    • External Source Phonebooks

Configuring Cisco TMSPE

  • What Is TMSPE?
  • Provisioning Components
  • Configuring the Cisco VCS for Provisioning
  • Configuring the Cisco TMS for Provisioning
  • DNS for Provisioning
  • Groups and Users
  • Address Patterns
  • Template Schemas
  • Provisioning Phone Book Sources
  • Provisioning a Phone Book
  • Sending Account Information
  • TMSPE Diagnostics
  • TMSPE Services
  • Log Files

Booking Conferencing With TMS

  • Conference Creation
  • Advanced Conference Settings
  • Booking & Scheduling
  • Participant Types
  • Methods
  • Conference Monitoring
  • Dial Plans, Configuration Templates
  • Scheduler / Smart Scheduler

Managing and Troubleshooting TMS

  • Using the Logs
  • Cisco TMS Ticketing System
  • Troubleshooting VCS Registrations
  • Troubleshooting CUCM Registrations
  • System Maintenance

Configuring Cisco Telepresence Content Server (TCS)

  • Cisco TCS Purpose Documentation
  • Cisco TCS Basic Features
  • Cisco TCS with Cisco Show and Share and the Cisco Media eXperience Engine
  • H.323 and SIP Settings
  • Adding Users
  • Conference Templates, Categories, and Call Configuration
  • Recording Alias
  • Playback Alias
  • Export and Import Recordings

Labs

  • Configure Unified Communications Manager Pre-configuration.
  • Configure the Cluster Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN)
  • Configure Inter-Presence Group Subscription Parameter for IMP
  • Region Session Bit Rate for Video Calls
  • Configure the SIP Trunk Security Profile for Conferencing
  • Configure the SIP Trunk Security Profile for IMP
  • Configure the SIP Profile for VCS
  • Configure the SIP Profile for Conductor
  • Create a SIP Trunk to VCS
  • Create a SIP Trunk to IM&P Server
  • Create a SIP Trunk to Conductor
  • Integrate Active Directory
  • Add IM and Presence UC Profiles
  • Add IM and Presence Service Profiles
  • Set Up Cisco Unified Communications IM and Presence
  • Add Media Resources Groups
  • Add Media Resources Groups Lists
  • Modify the Default Date/Time Group
  • Modify the Default Device Pool
  • Create a Route Patterns to VCS
  • Create a Route Patterns to Conductor
  • Create a SIP Route Patterns to VCS
  • Add the 9971phone as a CUCM Endpoint
  • Add EX90 as a CUCM Endpoint
  • Install the Jabber Client
  • Add the Jabber Client to CUCM
  • Configure the Cisco Jabber Client
  • Verify Video and Audio Input on the Cisco Jabber Client
  • VCS Control (VCS-‐C) Configuration
  • Configure VCS Pre-configuration.
  • Basic VCS Administration Configuration
  • VCS Zone Configuration
  • VCS Zone Configuration to CUCM
  • VCS Zone Configuration to VCS-E
  • VCS Zone Status
  • VCS Search Rule to CUCM
  • VCS Search Rule to VCS-E
  • VCS Transform Rule to CUCM
  • Add your EX90 as an H.323 Endpoint to VCS
  • Add EX90 as a SIP Endpoint to VCS
  • Add C-60 as a SIP and H.323 Endpoint to VCS
  • Add SX10 as a SIP Endpoint to VCS
  • Configure Cisco Telepresence Server Pre-configuration.
  • Preconfigured Virtual Telepresence Servers (VTS)
  • Basic VTS Administration Configuration
  • Check Cisco Conductor Pre-configuration.
  • Preconfigured Cisco Conductor
  • Basic Conductor Administration Configuration
  • Configure a Conference Bridge Pool
  • Configure a Service Preference
  • Configure an Additional IP Address on TP Conductor for Meetings
  • Create a conference template for Rendezvous type meetings
  • Create a conference template for Ad hoc type meetings
  • Create a Rendezvous Location
  • Add Location to Conference Bridge Pool
  • Create a conference alias for rendezvous Meeting-type conference
  • Create an AD Hoc Location
  • Create User Accounts for TMS, TMSPE, and CUCM
  • Create a SIP trunk to Conductor for Ad hoc Conferences.
  • Create a SIP Trunk to Conductor
  • Create a SIP trunk to Conductor for Renezvous Conferences.
  • Create a SIP Trunk to Conductor
  • Add a Conference Bridge to CUCM for Conductor.
  • Add a Conference Bridge to CUCM for Ad hoc conferences on Conductor.
  • Modify Media Resources Group
  • Configure CUCM MeetMe Number Pattern
  • Configure Route Pattern for the MeetMe Number Pattern.
  • Configure Meet-Me Phone Button for your 9971 Phone
  • Configure a Search Rule on the VCS for 6XXX extensions to CUCM
  • Check Cisco TMS Pre-configuration.
  • Preconfigured Cisco TMS
  • TMS Basic Configuration
  • Configure TMS to send E-mailAdd User-1 and User-2 to TMS
  • Rename Main Folder in Navigator.
  • Add Conductor to TMS.
  • Add Telepresence Servers to TMS.
  • Add Unified Communication Manger TMS.
  • Add VCSE to TMS.
  • Add EX90s From Call Manager to TMS.
  • Add EX90 From VCS to TMS.
  • Add C60 From VCS to TMS.
  • Add SX10 From VCS to TMS.
  • TMSPE – VCS Control (VCS-‐C) Configuration
  • Preconfigured Cisco TMS
  • Enabling and Verifying Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension (TMSPE)
  • Configure Provisioning Extensions for the VCS Server
  • Verifying TMS provisioning Extensions on the VCS Server
  • Verify that Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension (TMSPE) features are now functioning correctly
  • Creating Users and Groups with Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension (TMSPE)
  • Configuring and sending account information in Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension (TMSPE)