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What is Cisco CCVP Certification? 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
* Why are so many companies moving to VoIP? * What are the benefits of using VoIP? * Is VoIP right for our company?
Learn to implement Cisco VoIP solutions and you're practically guaranteed a cool, well-paying job for the next 5 or more
Here's why: VoIP -- Voice over IP -- has taken the telecommunications world by storm, replacing worn-out PBX phone systems with new VoIP solutions. These VoIP solutions provide more features and
flexibility, and work much better as business solutions. Cisco leads the pack with more installed VoIP solutions than any other hardware manufacturer -- a Juniper Research study covering VoIP growth from 2007 to
2012 showed Cisco moving into undisputed leadership of the VoIP industry. This isn't a fly-by-night phenomenon -- the VoIP industry is set to grow from $2 billion in 2007 to $15 billion in 2012, according to the
Here's what that means to you: With the growth of VoIP -- especially Cisco VoIP -- organizations of all sizes will need skilled IT pros who can install and manage these solutions. By learning these
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Also, multiple certifications directly correlate to pay increases.
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"... offers trainer-led instruction without the classroom price. The company's approach offers a nice compromise between self-paced study and formal training. An instructor
leads each tutorial, so there's a clear structure to the training. But you can still go back and review the tutorials as often as necessary."
In this series, you'll learn from the best -- Jeremy Cioara. We get comment after
comment about how good Jeremy is at breaking down a tough concept like VoIP into easy to understand -- and, more importantly, easy to apply -- nuggets of how-to information.
You'll learn all about using CallManager -- Cisco's popular CallManager solution for Microsoft Windows. You'll learn the fundamentals of Cisco IP Telephony, including:
* Call Processing * Signaling and Device Control * Dial Plan Administration * Phone Feature Administration
* Directory Services * Link to External Applications
Not only that, you'll learn how Cisco's solutions allow you to go beyond VoIP into
the world of Unified Communications -- Data, Voice, and Video all on one network.
When you're ready to prove your skills, you can also be confident because this
series maps to exam objectives for Cisco's CCVP exams.
Includes Exam-Packs: Cisco CCVP - Exam-Pack: 642-426 TUC
Cisco CCVP - Exam-Pack: 642-436 CVOICE 6.0
Exam-Pack 642-446: Cisco CCVP CIPT1
Exam-Pack 642-456 Cisco CCVP CIPT2
Cisco CCVP - Exam-Pack: 642-642 QOS
What You'll Learn
Series 1: Cisco 642-642: CCVP QOS Video 1: Introduction to Quality of Service|34:48 Video 2: The Cisco MQC Building Blocks|27:31 Video 3: Classification and Marking (Part 1)|38:01
Video 4: Classification and Marking (Part 2)|46:34 Video 5: Congestion Management: Concepts and Design|33:00 Video 6: Congestion Management: Implementation|36:03 Video 7: Congestion Avoidance: WRED|38:34
Video 8: Link Efficiency Tools|34:54 Video 9: Implementing QoS on Catalyst Switches|39:08 Video 10: Traffic Policing|35:04 Video 11: Traffic Shaping|41:38
Video 12: Proactive QoS - Tapping the Features of SAA|29:26 Video 13: The Big Picture: QoS Design Strategies|37:45 Video 14: The Magic of AutoQoS|22:10
Series 2: Cisco 642-426: CCVP TUC Video 1: IP Telephony: Cisco Certification and Getting the Most from this Series|23:08
With every new program, there is typically an included "Read Me First" text file. In the same sense, consider
this nugget the "Watch Me First" of the series. This nugget presents the strategies you can use for getting
the most from the series, changes to the Cisco certification program, and the ideal lab equipment to use for the series. Video 2: Foundations: Troubleshooting Cisco Voice|35:55
Moving into a realm of troubleshooting requires a big picture perspective and plan. This nugget discusses the broad areas of troubleshooting on the voice network and the systematic process used to work through the
issues you may encounter. Video 3: Foundations: Gathering Troubleshooting Information|35:46 Cisco includes many troubleshooting tools with the CallManager platform. In this nugget, Jeremy walks
through many of the tools you have at your disposal for troubleshooting Video 4: Foundations: Gathering Troubleshooting Information, Part 2|37:29
The troubleshooting tool discussion continues as you move from the 10,000 foot overview to specific focus on the Real Time Monitoring Tool (RTMT), CallManager trace files, and the Cisco Voice Log Translator (VLT).
Video 5: CCM Troubleshooting: Endpoint registration|35:54 One of the most common areas of troubleshooting in a VoIP network are the IP Telephony endpoints. Phones
can become unresponsive or endlessly boot cycle. This video discusses the Cisco IP Phone boot process and expores the troubleshooting mindset necessary to solve challenges with these devices.
Video 6: CCM Troubleshooting: Server operation|23:51 If the CallManager servers are not stable, nothing is stable! In this nugget, Jeremy discusses the process to
ensure the CallManager servers stay online and methods to continually monitor their performance. Video 7: CCM Troubleshooting: Security Issues|30:41
VoIP security can be quite complex. With anything complex, a variety of troubleshooting can emerge. This nugget discusses the concepts and process behind VoIP security.
Video 8: CCM Troubleshooting: Security Issues, Part 2|23:15 The VoIP security realm continues as we build on the foundations laid in the previous nugget by discussing
specific methods used to troubleshoot VoIP security issues. Video 9: CCM Troubleshooting: Database Replication|33:56
The Cisco CallManager database is at the core of the entire VoIP network. Whether you are using Microsoft SQL Server 7.0/2000 (CallManager versions 3 and 4) or IBM Informix Dynamic Server (IDS - CallManager
versions 5, 6, and 7), a failing database replication can cause an outage for thousands of phones. This nugget is dedicated to diagnosing and repairing database replication issues in your CallManager cluster.
Video 10: CCM Troubleshooting: LDAP Replication|34:16 Many people are suprised when they find out Cisco CallManager supports a user database. Why would you
need a user database for IP Phones? Watch this nugget to find out! In this nugget, Jeremy discusses integration options and troubleshooting steps for a local and/or LDAP user database.
Video 11: CCM Troubleshooting: Gateway Communication|40:16 Our attention now turns from CallManager to gateway troubleshooting. More specifically: MGCP gateway
troubleshooting. Cisco CallManager uses MGCP to gain complete control of gateways configured for MGCP. This centralizes your configuration and eases the administrative burden from your end. In this nugget,
Jeremy goes WAY beyond basic MGCP configurations and pulls out Wireshark to analyze and troubleshoot CallManager to gateway communication using MGCP. Video 12: CCM Troubleshooting: Call Failures|42:11
Outside of IP Phone registration issues, call routing failures are the most common troubleshooting issue you will encounter in the VoIP network. This nugget focuses around troubleshooting call routing failures in a
single-site, single-cluster environment. Topics focus around CCM digit analysis, partitions and calling search spaces, translation patterns, and more. Video 13: CCM Troubleshooting: Call Failures, Part 2|33:25
The call failure troubleshooting discussion moves to calls outside your cluster. In this nugget, Jeremy focuses on MGCP and H.323 gateway concepts and troubleshooting steps.
Video 14: CCM Troubleshooting: Call Failures, Part 3|43:27 In this final call troubleshooting nugget, you will focus on CallManager-specific troubleshooting areas. These
include troubleshooting caller-id, secondary dial-tone, one-way audio, dead air, and ringback. Video 15: CCM Troubleshooting: Call Routing|24:32
Just like data packets, correct routing of voice calls is essential. This nugget highlights major troubleshooting areas for CCM call routing including TEHO issues, call disconnects, and proper data to PSTN network
fallback. Video 16: CCM Troubleshooting: Gatekeeper Communication|37:28 H.323 Gatekeepers have the ability to simplify the network configuration and management for your VoIP
environment. In this nugget, Jeremy discusses the concepts behind H.323 Gatekeepers, Gatekeeper configurations, and the troubleshooting process. Video 17: Network Troubleshooting: Voice Quality Issues|48:58
Quality of Service (QoS) issues can quickly destroy a VoIP network. This nugget is dedicated to looking through key QoS requirements and configurations, along with QoS troubleshooting methods.
Video 18: Cisco Unity: Integration Issues|47:39 The Cisco Unity voicemail system is really the "black sheep" of the CCVP certification track since Cisco did
not include any exams tailored to the Unity system. In this nugget, Jeremy goes beyond basic Unity troubleshooting to explore foundation Unity - CallManager integration, then walks through common Unity
troubleshooting topics: Message Waiting Indicators (MWIs), Call Transfer issues, and Unity Subscriber settings. Video 19: Resources: CTI and Media Resource Troubleshooting|33:51
New troubleshooting areas unfold as you integrate your CallManager system with outside applications and resources using Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) and media resource management. This nugget
explores the functions of CTI and media resources in a CallManager cluster, then walks through troubleshooting steps. Video 20: A Final Word: TUC Certification Prep|05:41
In this "Final Word" nugget, Jeremy gives some last minute test advice for those seeking to pass the Cisco TUC certification exam. Good luck!
Series 3: Cisco 642-436: CCVP - CVOICE 6.0 Video 1: IP Telephony: The Vision and Cisco Certification|32:19 Video 2: The World Today: Traditional Telephony|42:03
Video 3: The World Tomorrow: Packetized Telephony|38:52 Video 4: How Spoken Voice Becomes a Packet|40:32 Video 5: Planning: Calculating Bandwidth for VoIP Calls|31:45
Video 6: Home and Small Office Connections: Understanding Analog Interfaces|27:48 Video 7: Home and Small Office Connections: Configuring Analog Interfaces|47:26
Video 8: Medium to Large Office Connections: Understanding Digital Interfaces|29:47 Video 9: Medium to Large Office Connections: Configuring Digital Interfaces|38:18
Video 10: Specialty Connections: Handling Fax / Modem Over VoIP|17:29 Video 11: Specialty Connections: CAMA/DID Trunks|07:16 Video 12: Buying the Right Stuff: What Router, What Interfaces?|35:40
Video 13: Resources: Understanding and Using DSP Resources|22:59 Video 14: Design: IP Telephony Deployment Models|22:41 Video 15: Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 1|27:14
Video 16: Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 2|46:53 Video 17: Dial-Peers: The Rest of the Story, Part 3|40:18 Video 18: Advanced Dial Plans: Digit manipulation and transformations, Part 1|44:30
Video 19: Advanced Dial Plans: Digit manipulation and transformations, Part 2|22:49 Video 20: Advanced Dial Plans: Calling Privileges|24:09 Video 21: Advanced Dial Plans: Best Practices|34:36
Video 22: H.323 Gatekeepers: Key Terms and Concepts|24:11 Video 23: H.323 Gatekeepers: Base Configuration|32:21 Video 24: H.323 Gatekeepers: Call Admission Control|17:23
Video 25: Voice Protocols: H.323 Concepts and Configuration|49:21 Video 26: Voice Protocols: SIP Concepts and Configuration|35:53 Video 27: Voice Protocols: MGCP Concepts and Configuration|28:40
Video 28: Quality of Service: The Missing Piece|34:50 Video 29: Quality of Service: The Missing Piece, Part 2|39:30 Video 30: The Good Busy Signal: Call Admission Control|36:59
Video 31: External VoIP Connections: Cisco Unified Border Element (UBE)|17:32 Video 32: Wrap-Up: The Complete Network Design|38:28 Video 33: Certification Preparation (two CCVP tracks)|06:33
Series 4: Cisco 642-446: CCVP CIPT1 Video 1: Cisco Voice: Cisco Certification and Getting the Most from this Series|34:26
Welcome to the CIPT1 video series! This opening video discusses the series objectives and their relation to
the Cisco CCVP certification exam. You'll also see recent changes to the Cisco certification process that make real world training (which is the goal of CBT Nuggets) the best possible way to prepare.
Video 2: Fundamentals: Introduction to Cisco Unified Communications|29:17 Cisco has attacked the market under their new Unified Communications strategy. This nugget walks through
the "big picture" strategy of Cisco Unified Communications, then spends time looking specifically at Cisco
Unified Communications Manager (CUCM - previously called Cisco CallManager or CCM). By time you're done, you'll understand the role, software and hardware requirements, and licensing of CUCM.
Video 3: Fundamentals: CallManager Clustering Strategies|35:12 Cisco designed CUCM to be a fully redundant system. In order to accomplish this, you'll need multiple servers
arranged in a cluster. CUCM clusters have very unique attributes that are covered in this nugget. Likewise, you'll also learn the best designs for a CUCM deployment.
Video 4: Fundamentals: Installing / Upgrading Cisco CallManager|31:14 Installing CUCM was engineered by Cisco to be a fairly painless process. Nonetheless, there are some
things to prepare for as you get ready to install or upgrade your CUCM server. This nugget walks through a live installation and upgrade of CUCM 7.X.
Video 5: Fundamentals: CUCM Familiarity and Core System Settings|31:14 The appliance flavor of CUCM (5.x / 6.x / 7.x versions) were desgned with ease of management in mind.
Most everything you do is controlled by a series of web interfaces. In this nugget, Jeremy walks through the major configuration interfaces and visits the CUCM CLI for some nitty-gritty troubleshooting.
Video 6: User Accounts: Managing IP Telephony Users|24:31 In the CUCM environment, IP phones comprise just one of your management tasks; user management has
also crept into your scope of work! This nugget discusses the benefits of using user accounts with the phone system, the difference between End Users and Application Users, and finally the process to
configure user accounts in your CUCM cluster. Video 7: User Accounts: Managing IP Telephony Users, Part 2|45:08 The CUCM user management continues! In this nugget, Jeremy demonstrates how to use the Bulk
Administration Tool (BAT) to manage users by the truckload. After this, he configures LDAP Synchronization and Authentication to link the CUCM and Active Directory databases. Finally, Jeremy discusses the
configuration of user groups, roles, and privileges to create other CUCM administrators. Video 8: IPT Devices: Cisco IP Phones and Other End Devices|35:54
Cisco IP Telephony (IPT) Device Madness! This nugget is dedicated to walking through the various devices you are able to use in your Cisco IPT network. You will move from entry level, to mid-range, then to upper
end and specialty devices. However, don't cut out early! The most important concept of the entire nugget is at the end: Understanding the Cisco IP Phone Boot Process.
Video 9: IPT Devices: Catalyst Voice-Enabled Switches|24:12 In order to support the advanced VoIP networks of today, Cisco has added three features to their Catalyst
switch line: Power over Ethernet (PoE), Voice/Auxiliary VLAN support, and Quality of Service (QoS). In this nugget, Jeremy walks through the concepts and configurations of each.
Video 10: IPT Devices: Configuring CUCM to Support IP Phones|33:31 It's time to get into the configuration of the Cisco IP Phones themselves! This nugget is dedicated to the core
configuration concept that must be in place before you can add any IP Phones to the network: the Device Pool. Video 11: IPT Devices: Configuring CUCM to Support IP Phones, Part 2|38:58
Once you have the CUCM Device Pools configured, Cisco provides a variety of methods to add phones to the database. In this nugget, Jeremy walks through adding IP Phones manually, using auto-registration, and
using the Bulk Administration Tool (BAT). In addition, Jeremy wraps up by walking through the basic Cisco IP Phone security settings. Video 12: Route Plan: Implementing MGCP Gateways|38:13
Now that the local IP Phones are ringing, it's time to connect outside our network. In this first look at the
CUCM route plan structure, Jeremy discusses the role of gateways, gateway protocols, and the specifically focuses on MGCP concepts and configuration.
Video 13: Route Plan: Understanding Route Plan Fundamentals|43:59 Specifically designated as the Most Valuable Part (MVP) of the series, this nugget discusses the core route
plan structure and configuration. By time you're done here, you'll be putting together the Route Patterns, Route Lists, and Route Groups into a congruent system.
Video 14: Route Plan: Call Processing, Transformations, and Translations|25:51 Building upon the CUCM route plan foundations from the previous nugget, Jeremy now moves into the more
advanced topics of overlapping dial plans, urgent priority, T302 timer, and route filters. Video 15: Route Plan: Call Processing, Transformations, and Translations, Part 2|35:19
In VoIP networks, calls can leave your network through WAN or PSTN connections. Based on the exit point, you may need to transform dialed number (DNIS) or caller-id (ANI) information. This nugget walks through the
tools to accomplish this: transformation masks, digit discard instructions, prefix digits, and translation patterns. Video 16: Route Plan: Partitions and Calling Search Spaces|35:59
Partitions and Calling Search Spaces (CSSs) are by far the most complex topic in the CUCM route plan
architecture. This initial "Part 1" nugget helps you to understand the purpose and use of Partitions and CSSs and walks through practice scenarios which employs them to accomplish specific objectives.
Video 17: Route Plan: Partitions and Calling Search Spaces, Part 2|38:58 The Partition and CSS discussion continues as Jeremy dives into some critical Cisco best-practices for your organization.
Video 18: Route Plan: Partitions and Calling Search Spaces, Part 3|42:10 To wrap up the Partition and CSS discussion, Jeremy covers Time of Day Routing functionality, Forced
Authorization Codes (FACs), and Client Matter Codes (CMCs). Video 19: Route Plan: Call Coverage Features|28:56
While full call queuing is part of the Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) software, CUCM does support basic call
hunting features. In this nugget, you'll learn the components and configuration of call hunting in a VoIP environment. Video 20: VoIP Features: Media Resources|46:42
Media Resources are the "engines" of your VoIP network. Without them, you could not handle conference
calls, transcoding, or even converting analog and digital voice into VoIP. In this nugget, Jeremy discusses the configuration and management of software and hardware media resources.
Video 21: VoIP Features: Media Resources, Part 2|26:47 The Media Resource journey continues as Jeremy focuses specifically on the configuration of Conference Bridge (CFB) and Music on Hold (MoH).
Video 22: VoIP Features: Using IP Phone Features|28:49 You've stepped into the first of three nuggets on "Phone Feature Madness!" In this nugget you'll learn
specifically about the Call Park and Call Pickup (including Group Call Pickup and Other Group Call Pickup). Video 23: VoIP Features: Using IP Phone Features, Part 2|44:40
The phone features continue as Jeremy walks through the configuration of Shared Lines, Hold Reversion, Do not Disturb (DND), and Intercom. Video 24: VoIP Features: Using IP Phone Features, Part 3|38:41
As you wrap up the CUCM general phone features, you'll add CallBack, Barge and Privacy, and XML Services to your skill set. Video 25: VoIP Features: Presence-Enabled Directories and Speed Dials|32:41
It is the feature cool enough to get its own nugget: Presence. Presence allows you to become a "watcher"
of other directory numbers in your organization to check their status before placing a call. As you go through this nugget, you will learn the objectives and configuration of Presence in CUCM.
Video 26: VoIP Features: Voicemail Integration with Cisco Unity|44:41 What's a VoIP network without voicemail? In this final nugget, Jeremy walks through the planning and
process behind integrating CUCM and Cisco Unity together.
Series 5: Cisco 642-456 CCVP CIPT2 Video 1: Cisco Voice: Cisco Certification and Getting the Most from this Series |21:27
Welcome to the CIPT2 video series! This opening video discusses the series objectives and their relation to
the Cisco CCVP certification exam. You'll also see recent changes to the Cisco certification process that make real world training (which is the goal of CBT Nuggets) the best possible way to prepare.
Video 2: Multisite CUCM: Understanding Problems and Finding Solutions|24:43 Multisite CUCM deployments can pose many challenges from bandwidth concerns to WAN outages to
security vulnerabilities. This nugget outlines the various problems you can encounter along with some CUCM-provided solutions to those problems. Think about this nugget as the Table of Contents for the entire CIPT2
series. Video 3: Multisite CUCM: Configuring Multisite Connections|48:13 Before you can fully understand and configure multisite dial-plans in CUCM, you must first design the
foundation: voice gateways. This nugget is dedicated to two principles: understanding and configuring the various voice protocols your gateways can use to communicate with CUCM.
Video 4: Multisite CUCM: Dial-Plan Considerations and Implementation|38:22 When you move your network to VoIP, the complexity of the voice network dial-plan can become
overwhelming! Multiple paths, dialed digit transformations, caller-id transformations, and lightning fast failover
are all elements you must consider. In this first nugget of Multisite dial-plan design and configuration, Jeremy walks through a review of partitions and calling search spaces (CSSs) along with the first dial-plan
scenario: Overlapping extension numbers with distributed call processing. Video 5: Multisite CUCM: Dial-Plan Considerations and Implementation, Part 2|43:14
Multisite dial-plan design and configuration continues as the focus changes to two more complex scenarios: Overlapping extension numbers with centralized call processing and Core PSTN access considerations.
Video 6: Multisite CUCM: Dial-Plan Considerations and Implementation, Part 3|27:13 In this final piece of CUCM multisite dial-plan design and configuration, Jeremy discusses Advanced PSTN
access (multiple site PSTN connectivity), WAN and PSTN backup strategies, and Tail-End Hop Off (TEHO) implementation. Video 7: Multisite CUCM: MGCP Fallback and SRST|38:57
Any time you are deploying a multisite CUCM design, failover is a major consideration. You want to make
sure your phones keep running even if a critical WAN failure occurs. Don't worry - we've got you covered;
this nugget is dedicated to failover solutions and will discuss the concepts and configuration of MGCP FallBack and Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST).
Video 8: Multisite CUCM: MGCP Fallback and SRST, Part 2|46:24 When SRST takes over, the branch office gateway takes on a huge responsibility. It must provide most of
the CUCM functions for the phones without having an operating system as robust as CUCM! Nonetheless, Cisco has done well to make this possible. This nugget discusses adding a PSTN dial-plan, DNIS and ANI
transformation, and Class of Restriction (COR) list implementation. Video 9: Multisite CUCM: MGCP Fallback and SRST, Part 3|19:05
In this final nugget focused on MGCP Fallback and SRST, Jeremy explores the configuration of CallManager Express in SRST Mode to allow a more "feature-riffic" SRST deployment.
Video 10: Multisite CUCM: Managing WAN Bandwidth |46:33 WAN Bandwidth is liquid gold to your network environment. Conserving the use of it is one of the utmost
priorities of every organization. In this nugget, Jeremy walks through the "Rules of the WAN" as it applies to Multisite CUCM deployments. Prepare for plenty of concepts and configuration!
Video 11: Multisite CUCM: Managing WAN Bandwidth, Part 2|23:03 WAN Bandwidth management continues! This nugget shows you how to configure transcending resources,
which allow you to convert between CODECs. In addition, you'll learn how to configure local Music on Hold (MoH) resources at your branch offices so you don't have to stream music over your WAN links.
Video 12: Multisite CUCM: Implementing Call Admission Control|15:41 There's a big difference between Quality of Service (QoS) and Call Admission Control (CAC). QoS protects
your voice traffic from data traffic; CAC protects your voice traffic from other voice traffic. There's another
entire series dedicated for QoS, however, your CAC education starts here. This nugget is dedicated to explaining the concept of Location-based CAC in a centralized CUCM deployment.
Video 13: Multisite CUCM: Implementing Call Admission Control, Part 2|48:00 The Call Admission Control (CAC) discussion continues on as Jeremy explores a powerful new feature:
RSVP-enabled CUCM Locations, along with Automated Alternate Routing (AAR) and CUCM Gatekeeper integration. Video 14: Features and Applications: TCL and VoiceXML Scripts|26:48
Cisco allows you to expand the functionality of your voice gateway using custom scripts. These scripts can deliver capabilities such as auto-attendant (AA), automatic call distribution (ACD), and many others.
Thankfully, you don't need to be a scripting wizard to make these types of modifications. In this nugget, Jeremy discusses the difference between VoiceXML and the Toolkit Command Language (TCL) and walks
through process of enabling TCL scripts on your voice gateway. Video 15: Features and Applications: Device Mobility|33:38
One great feature many administrators realize when they move to VoIP is the ability to move IP Phones around in the network without any reconfiguration at all. However, after a little thought, this can turn into a
very scary feature if the phone roams outside of a physical location; calls (even emergency calls) could end up routing out the wrong gateway! To address this, Cisco has created Device Mobility. Join Jeremy in this
nugget as he walks through the complete concepts and configuration of Device Mobility...but be sure to bring your brain with you! This one can definitely bend it.
Video 16: Features and Applications: Extension Mobility|45:27 It's time to address "users on the move." Not so much those who bring their phone with them, but those who
roam around and want to use another person's phone...but they want it to be their phone...even though it's
not their phone. Is it possible? Yes! That's what Extension Mobility is all about. This nugget explores the concepts behind Extension Mobility as well as a complete configuration walk-through.
Video 17: Features and Applications: Unified Mobility|18:47 The final piece of the CUCM Mobility capabilities is called Unified Mobility. This feature is comprised of two
different building blocks: Mobility Connect (MC) and Mobility Voice Access (MVA). In this nugget, Jeremy walks through the concepts related to each one of these topics.
Video 18: Features and Applications: Unified Mobility, Part 2|51:40 Unified Mobility Part 2 picks up right where part one leaves off: the transition between concepts and
configuration. This nugget is dedicated to the configuration of both Mobility Connect (MC) and Mobility Voice Access (MVA). Video 19: IPT Security: Foundations of Cryptography|42:57
The final piece of the CIPT2 CBTNuggets series focuses in on the security of VoIP. In this nugget, you will learn the initial foundations of cryptography necessary for the nuggets following this: the Public Key
Infrastructure (PKI - Authentication), symmetric and asymmetric encryption, and MD5 / SHA1 hashing. Video 20: IPT Security: Implementing CUCM Security|44:34
Now that you have the security concepts mastered, it's time to apply those concepts to your UCUM environment. In this nugget, Jeremy discusses the areas of security that need to be addressed in a Cisco
VoIP environment, the methods used to address those areas, and the base configuration of CUCM security measures.
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