When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
This course includes Cisco Training ExclusivesAccelerate your Cisco learning experience with complimentary access to the IT Skills Video On-Demand Library, Introduction to Cybersecurity digital...Read More
Accelerate your Cisco learning experience with complimentary access to the IT Skills Video On-Demand Library, Introduction to Cybersecurity digital learning course, course recordings, IT Resource Library, and digital courseware.
This hands-on course prepares you for implementing a Cisco collaboration solution in a multisite environment.
Focusing on Cisco Unified Communications Manager v10.x, Cisco VCS-C, and Cisco Expressway series, you will implement voice and video in a multisite network. You will learn the concepts and configuration elements of globalized call routing, URI dialing and call routing, Global Dial Plan Replication (GDPR) based on Cisco Inter-cluster Lookup Service (ILS), Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), mobility features, and Call Admission Control (CAC).
In consideration of mobile users connected to the public Internet, as well as Cisco TelePresence devices, you will also learn the concepts and configuration elements of Cisco VCS and its integration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Mobile Remote Access (MRA) on Cisco Expressway Series.
This course includes 30 Cisco e-Lab credits.Your e-Lab credits are good for 90 days after your course ends and can be used for additional practice on the course you just completed or to explore technologies from other courses in the e-Lab portfolio.Learn more.
Why Take CIPTV2 from ?
Our lab environment has been customized to ensure that you gain the skills you need for multisite deployment and globalization in North America. Other training partners provide a simplistic topology with a generic HQ site and minimal implementation of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP). Our enhanced labs include:
Our next-generation Cisco Collaboration platform combines the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) with a VMware DRS cluster, distributing the load for individual classrooms across 16 UCS B-Series blades provisioned with 1.6 TB of RAM. Taking advantage of the improved performance of the UCS environment, we can deploy additional capabilities while improving classroom performance. Our Collaboration Lab environment provides valuable labs that generate high interest by Cisco Collaboration users:
Network professionals who install, configure, and manage Cisco Collaboration solutions in multisite enterprises