This training provides the core knowledge of Voice over IP (VoIP) required for implementing and supporting data and voice integration solutions at the network level. It helps you grasp the VoIP vision, and to answer three major questions most companies have about VoIP solutions:
  • Why are so many companies moving to VoIP?
  • What are the benefits of using VoIP?
  • Is VoIP right for our company?

After helping you answer these questions, the CVOICE videos get into the nitty-gritty of VoIP implementation. They show you how to:

  • assign rules to nearly everything using Transformation Rules
  • move an existing PBX or Key System based network to the newer VoIP technology without getting rid of all your old equipment, so you can maximize the cost efficiency of your VoIP implementation
  • deploy a worldwide VoIP infrastructure, even using lower-end equipment.
  • configure your Cisco router to continually monitor the WAN line quality and dynamically change connections as necessary.
  • set up the Dial Plan that's best for your organization
  • understand and configure Gatekeeper
  • use VoIP to handle fax and modem

"CVOICE [Exam-Pack: 642-436 from CBT Nuggets] not only prepares you for the Cisco exam, but also has multiple practical VoIP deployment videos showing exactly how an administrator would set this up in the real world," explained instructor Jeremy Cioara.

The videos cover all objectives for the Cisco CVOICE exam 642-436, which is required for CCVP certification. A thorough understanding of Cisco networking such as CCNA or equivalent knowledge is recommended before viewing these videos. The training contains 33 videos providing more than 16 hours of instruction.

Contents: Cisco CCVP Series - Exam-Pack: 642-436 CVOICE

1)The World Today: Traditional Telephony

2)The World Tomorrow: Packetized Telephone

3)How Spoken Voice Becomes a Packet

4)Planning: Calculating Bandwidth for VoIP Calls

5)Homes and Small Office Connections: Understanding Analog Interfaces

6)Homes and Small Office Connections: Configuring Analog Interfaces

7)Medium to Large Office Connections: Understanding Digital Interfaces

8)Medium to Large Office Connections: Configuring Digital Interfaces

9)Specialty Connections: Handling Fax / Modem Over VoIP

10)Specialty Connections: CAMA/DID Trunks

11)Buying the Right Stuff: What Router, What Interfaces?

12)Resources: Understanding and Using DSP Resources

13)Design: IP Telephony Deployment Models

14)Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 1

15)Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 2

16)Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 3

17)Advanced Dial Plans: Digit manipulation and transformations, Part 1

18)Advanced Dial Plans: Digit manipulation and transformations, Part 2

19)Advanced Dial Plans: Calling Privileges

20)Advanced Dial Plans: Best Practices

21)H.323 Gatekeepers: Key Terms and Concepts

22)H.323 Gatekeepers: Base Configuration

23)H.323 Gatekeepers: Call Admission Control

24)Voice Protocols: H.323 Concepts and Configuration

25)Voice Protocols: SIP Concepts and Configuration

26)Voice Protocols: MGCP Concepts and Configuration

27)Quality of Service: The Missing Piece

28)Quality of Service: The Missing Piece, Part 2

29)The Good Busy Signal: Call Admission Control

30)External VoIP Connections: Cisco Unified Border Element (UBE)

31)Wrap-Up: The Complete Network Design

32)Certification Preparation (two CCVP tracks)

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