Implementing Advanced TelePresence Video Solutions Part 2, v1.0 (PAIATVS2) - CISCO

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  • Curso
  • México
  • 40 horas de clase
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Objetivo del curso: Recognize the MSE 8000 chassis and the corresponding blades available including their function. Be able to operate a Cisco TelePresence Server to enable mixed network calls between CTS and other Cisco TelePresence endpoints. To be able to configure and operate a Cisco TelePresence Content Server To be able to configure a Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server for sub-zones, zones, complex dial plans and security requirements To be able to use the Cisco TelePresence Management Suite and Cisco TelePresence Communication Server to provision Movi and E20 systems. Destinatarios del curso: Installation and support engineers installing, maintaining and troubleshooting the Cisco TelePresence solutions Sales engineers planning Cisco TelePresence solutions.

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Av. San Lorenzo 1009. Col. Del Valle, 03100, Ciudad de México, México
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· Requisitos

Completed and passed the PATVSEE exam Completed and passed the PATVSEA exam Completed PAIATVS1 class

Programa académico

1. TelePresence MSE 8000, TelePresence Server, and TIP

  • Cisco TelePresence MSE 8000
    • Hardware
  • Chassis
  • Backplane
  • Power Requirements
  • Fans
  • Card Slots
    • Common Installation Problems
    • Chassis Warning Lights
    • Supervisor Blade Operation
    • Power Consumption Calculation
    • Blade Features
  • Cisco Telepresence Server
    • Hardware Options (8710, 7010)
    • Key Software Features
    • Initial System Configuration
    • Perform a Software Upgrade
    • Manage Endpoints
    • Set Up and Manage Conferences
    • Undertake Diagnostics
    • Collect and View Log Files
    • Search the TANDBERG Documentation Web Site
    • Telepresence Interoperability and Telepresence Interoperability Protocol
    • Support for Cisco Endpoints,
    • Configuration of CUCM, VCS, and TS
  • TIP and Cisco Interoperation Support
    • TIP Defined
    • Interoperation between the TIP and SIP Endpoints
    • TIP Deployment Scenarios

2. Telepresence Content Server (TCS)

  • Basic Features
    • System Hardware Components
    • Capacity
    • Supported Layouts
    • Premium Resolution Option
    • Web Streaming Formats
  • True Streaming
  • Progressive Download
    • Unicast and Multicast Streaming Options
    • File Formats Used
    • Storage Space Required
  • Common Streaming Protocols
    • HTTP and RTSP
    • True Streaming vs. Progressive Download
    • Unicast vs. Multicast
  • Configuration and Operation
    • Register to a Gatekeeper in Gateway Mode and to SIP Server
    • Add Users
    • Create a Recording Alias with a Specific Viewing Output
    • Ad Hoc Alias Recording
    • Edit Recordings
  • Trimming
  • Adding Outputs for Downloading
  • Publishing
    • Add to TMS and Schedule a Recording
    • Endpoint Playback Address
    • Export a Recording and Import to Another TCS
  • Extending TCS Functionality
    • Using NAS Storage
    • Automatic Distribution
    • Clustering TCSS
    • External Streaming Servers

3. Call Control

  • Registration
    • H.323 and SIP Registration
    • H.323 Call Signaling
    • Optimal Call Routing
    • Set Up a VCS Control
    • Register Both SIP and H.323 Endpoints
    • Make Test Calls
  • Security
    • Allow and Deny Lists Using Exact Match, Prefix, and Suffix
    • Authentication Using the Local Database
  • Subzones
    • Splitting Local Endpoints Into Subzones
    • Links, Pipes, and Local Zones
    • Default and Traversal Subzones
    • Determine Which Subzone an Endpoint is Registered to
    • Configure Subzones and Apply Bandwidth Restrictions
  • Zones
    • Flat, Structured, and Hierarchical Dial Plans
    • Zone Pattern Matching
    • Configure a Neighbor Zone on the VCS
    • Call Looping
  • Backups and Upgrades
    • Configuration Backup and Restore
  • Traversal Zones
    • Traverse Video through a Firewall
    • H.460 and Assent Firewall Protocols
  • Differences
  • Firewall Port Configurations
    • Configure a Server Traversal Zone on a VCS Expressway
    • Configure a Client Traversal Zone on a VCS Control for SIP and H.323
    • Simple, Typical, Mutual, and DMZ Solutions
  • Call Policy
    • Use Transforms to Provide Least Cost and Alternative Routing
    • Configure Transform Rules
    • Prioritize Transforms
    • Use Call Policy to Prevent Endpoints from Contacting Others
  • Findme™
    • Add Local Users to the VCS
    • Findme Application
    • Manually Configure and Test Individual Accounts
    • Interworking the VCS
    • Test Calls Between H.323 and SIP Endpoints
  • Searches
    • Check for Transforms, Administrator, and User Policy
    • Searching Zones, Subzones and Priority Order
    • Bandwidth Restrictions
  • Between Subzones
  • Between Subzone and Zone
  • Within a Subzone
  • TAC Files
    • Use the Search History and Event Log
    • Use the Call Log and Search Details
    • Determine the Route Taken and Bandwidth Used by a Call
    • View Statistics and Status Information
    • View and Acknowledge Warnings from the Web Interface
    • Details from the VCS to Send to TAC
    • Incident Reporting Capabilities
  • Certificates
    • Significance of Security Certificates
    • Install Security Certificates
    • Benefits and Problems of Advanced Account Security
  • Presence
    • How Presence Works
    • Presence Server and Presence User Agent (PUA)
    • Presence Deployments
  • Presence with a Single VCS
  • Presence and Neighboring
  • Presence and Expressway
  • LDAP Authentication
    • Authenticate Endpoints Using H.235 Authentication, Additional Admin Accounts, and User Accounts
    • Findme Account Authentication
  • Calls to Unregistered Endpoints
    • Control Calls to Unregistered IP Addresses
    • Direct and Indirect Firewall Traversal Modes
  • Regular Expressions
    • Purpose
    • Where They Can Be Used on the VCS
    • Performing Tests and Transforms
  • ENUM and DNS Dialing
    • Format
    • Neighbor Zones When DNS Dialing Is Not Available
    • Configure DNS Records
    • Configure the VCS for URI Dialing
  • Conference Factory
    • Systems Necessary to Implement Multiway™
    • Configure Systems to Implement Multiway
    • How Multiway Works
  • Redundancy
    • How Clustering Works with VCS
    • How Replication Happens
    • Implement and Configure a Cluster Involving a Master and Cluster Peers

4. Provisioning

  • Documentation
    • Deployment Guide
    • Troubleshooting Guide
    • Movi Administrator Guide
    • Movi User Guide
    • Movi Software Release Notes
  • System Components
    • Cisco Telepresence VCS
  • TMS Agent
  • Opends
    • Cisco Telepresence Management Suite
  • User Management
  • Movi Licence Management
  • Phone Book Management
    • Cisco TMS Agent
  • Opends
  • Movi and E20 Clients
  • Configuration
    • Set Up the Cisco VCS For Provisioning
    • Set Up the Cisco TMS For Provisioning
  • Provisioning User Accounts
    • Edit the Provisioning Dial Plan
    • Configure the External Source (AD)
    • Add Groups
    • Import Users From AD
    • Manually Add Users
    • Add Phone Books
    • Configure Findme
    • Configure the E-Mail Template
    • Deploy the Cisco E20
  • Troubleshooting
    • Run the TMS Agent Diagnosis
    • Fix Problems
    • Schedule Time For Diagnosis
    • TMS, VCS, Movi, And E20 Client Logs
    • Use Wireshark
    • Common Problems


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