Cisco Unified Communications Architecture and Design

Course information
Price: EGP 13,205.00
Day(s): 5
Course Code: UCAD
CLC: 25

Overview

Unified Communications Architecture and Design (UCAD) course provides an overview of all the components of a Cisco Unified Communications solution and demonstrates how to effectively engineer and design a Cisco Unified Communications call control solution.

Pre-Requisites

The skills and knowledge required to attend this course are expressed below:

  • TDM Telephony

Delegates must have attended and passed the following courses, or have the equivilant experience in order to fully benefit from this course:

  • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
  • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
  • Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN)
  • Implementing Cisco Voice Communications and QoS (CVOICE)
  • Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 1 (CIPT1)
  • Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2 (CIPT2)
  • Implementing Cisco Quality of Service (QoS)

Content

Cisco Unified Communications Architecture Overview

  • Cisco Unified Communications Features
  • Cisco Unified Messaging Components
  • Mobility and Presence Overview
  • Conferencing Products Overview
  • Contact Center Overview
  • Management Tools
  • Cisco Unified Communications Security

Designing the LAN for Cisco Unified Communications Call Control

  • Explaining Campus Evolution and Cisco Unified Communications
  • Connecting IP Phones
  • Designing High Availability at the Data Link and Network Layers
  • Reviewing LAN QoS for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Access Layer for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Distribution Layer for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Core Layer for Cisco Unified Communications

Designing the WAN for Cisco Unified Communications Call Control

  • Provisioning Bandwidth
  • Designing WAN QoS for Cisco Unified Communications

Designing Cisco Unified Communications Call Control

  • Sizing and Selecting Voice Gateways
  • Designing Media Resources
  • Sizing and Positioning Cisco Unified Communications Call Control
  • Designing the Dial Plan
  • Designing Emergency Services
  • Designing a Secure Cisco Unified Communications Solution

Objectives

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

  • Identify the components that comprise a complete Cisco Unified Communications solution and size and position products within the solution
  • Identify the products and features required in the LAN environment to support Cisco Unified Communications call control
  • Calculate the WAN bandwidth requirements to support VoIP calls
  • Size the voice gateway
  • Size and locate the media resources
  • Identify the issues and components that make up a Cisco Unified Communications call control solution
  • Size and locate Cisco Unified Communications call agents and Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8.x
  • Design a correct dial plan
  • Explain issues that impact E911 requirements
  • Secure the voice network components

Target Audience

This course is designed for:

  • Network architects who design converged networks
  • System engineers who design customer and organization solutions
  • Network engineers who wish to understand the high-level design process

Certification

Recommended as preparation for :

  • 642-416 - Unified Communications Architecture and Design

Other Delivery Methods

Company Event

Public Classroom

Schedule

Dates available on request. Please contact us.

Course description

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All course dates
Date & Location Language Ver
May
12 May - 16 May, 2014 Nieuwegein (Iepenhoeve 5) Public Classroom
September
01 Sep - 05 Sep, 2014 Mechelen (Zandvoortstraat 1) Public Classroom
01 Sep - 05 Sep, 2014 Nieuwegein (Iepenhoeve 5) Public Classroom
October
27 Oct - 31 Oct, 2014 RUEIL ATHENEE Public Classroom
November
17 Nov - 21 Nov, 2014 Nieuwegein (Iepenhoeve 5) Public Classroom

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