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Afrina Naznin (063514056)
Afrina Naznin (063514056)
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  • 1. Assignment CISCO IP Telephony Solutions, Installation and Configuration ETE -605 IP Telephony Overview ETE-605 IP Telephony Prepared by: Afrina Naznin ID# 063514056 MS in ETE Program Prepared for: Dr.Mashiur Rahman Department of Computer Science North South University Date: 15th April 15, 2008 North South University 1
  • 2. What is IP telephony? IP telephony (Internet Protocol telephony) is a general term for the technologies that use the Internet Protocol's packet-switched connections to exchange voice, fax, and other forms of information that have traditionally been carried over the dedicated circuit- switched connections of the public switched telephone network (PSTN). Using the Internet, calls travel as packets of data on shared lines, avoiding the tolls of the PSTN. The challenge in IP telephony is to deliver the voice, fax, or video packets in a dependable flow to the user. Much of IP telephony focuses on that challenge. Benefits of IP telephony : The most significant benefit of IPT and driver of its evolution is money-saving and easy implementation of innovative services: • In the future, Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSP) may use a single infrastructure for providing both, Internet access and Internet telephony . • Now, customers may take advantage of flat Internet rating vs. hierarchical PSTN rating and save money while letting their long-distance calls be routed over Internet. • The IPT users may also profit of its software-oriented nature: software solutions may be easily extended and integrated with other services and applications. 2
  • 3. What is Cisco system? One of the leading manufacturers of network equipment. Cisco's primary business is in internetworking products, such as routers, bridges, and switches.A large supplier of networking hardware and software, including router and security products.A company that makes network equipment. Cisco IP Telephony With voice now supported over our data networks, it is possible to remove the costly PBX and replace it with a voice and data gateway implementing IP Telephony. More likely than not the gateway could be a router which already exists in the corporate network .Corporate have traditionally separated their voice and data networks ,doubling the cost of equipment and maintenance, support staff and training .Today , voice and data can be consolidated into one , hence the costs are greatly reduced, if not halved. The voice world has many different applications to support call centre requirements, and now the world of voice and data is merging, it enables unified messaging of both media .The following outlines how Cisco switching, routing, and wireless solutions uniquely deliver these benefits with Cisco Unified Communications. Deployment Benefits • Faster, more cost-efficient IP phone moves, adds, and changes • Ensure optimum voice quality across the WAN • Secure IP Communications everywhere-from the endpoints to the network infrastructure • Always-available voice Operational Benefits • Faster resolution of voice issue 3
  • 4. • Reduced 911 costs and dispatching errors • Greater accuracy of voice configuration changes Consolidation Benefits • Consolidated Cisco Unified Contact Center voice recording • Scalable wireless voice services • Services integration, which simplifies the network • Video as a simple addition • Integrated services and support Business Benefits: • Reduce the cost of discrete voice and data networks into one network. • Reduce the cost of maintenance, support and training by supporting one technology rather than two. • Increased return on investment. • Enables true unified messaging. • Increase the ease and functionality of a converged voice and data network. 1 Before Begin This guide provides a high-level overview of the tasks that are involved in installing and configuring a Cisco IP telephony system. • Assumptions • Detailed Compatibility Information • For More Information • Task Overview Assumptions These instructions assume that the designed system implements the following Cisco IP telephony products: • Cisco CallManager • Cisco Unity (no third-party voice-mail products) • Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) • Cisco IP Phones 7900 Series • Cisco Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) • Entire system in same time zone Additionally, this guide assumes that the following characteristics and requirements for a basic Cisco IP telephony system exist: • Initial installation of these systems, not an upgrade from previous versions 4
  • 5. • No co-location or integration with existing PBX or other third-party analog devices • Windows 2000 operating system with Microsoft Exchange 2000 • Applicable to all sizes of Cisco Call Manager systems • For IPCC agent support, see “Install and Configure Cisco IPCC” Task Overview: Install and Configure Cisco Call Manager and Devices • Install Cisco Call Manager. Cisco Call Manager provides the call-processing functionality to the Cisco IP telephony network. • Prepare the Cluster for Call Processing. Clusters enable you to allow several Cisco Call Manager servers to share the same database. • Configure System Parameters. Device pools, partitions, and calling search spaces define specific characteristics that are based on requirements such as location and class of service. • Configure Gateways, Conference Bridges ,and Media Resources. These devices provide users with access to trunks and conferencing features. • Configure Route Plan. A route plan creates routing capabilities that are based on cost and class of service. • Configure Feature Directory Numbers, IP Phone Services, and CTI Rout Points/Ports .Configure necessary directory numbers for Cisco Unity, Cisco IPCC, calling features, and Cisco Call Manager Attendant Console. • Configure and Install Cisco IP Phones. Use the Bulk Administration Tool to configure and install Cisco IP Phones. Install and Configure Cisco Unity • Install and Configure the Cisco Unity Server .Cisco Unity provides voice- messaging functionality to the Cisco IP telephony system. You must install the Cisco Unity software and make configuration changes to it and to Cisco Call Manager to provide voice messaging to your users. • Populate the Cisco Unity System with Subscriber and Call Management Data. Configure Cisco Unity features and create subscribers. • Set Up Networking Options. Enable networking to other Cisco Unity servers or other voice-messaging systems. Install and Configure Cisco IPCC • Install the Cisco IPCC Software. • Configure Cisco Call Manager to Support Cisco IPCC . • Configure IP-IVR. Cisco IP-IVR provides an IP-based interactive voice response (IVR) solution. • Configure the ICM Software. 5
  • 6. 2 Install and Configure Cisco Call Manager and Devices Cisco Call Manager on the Cisco Media Convergence Server (MCS) and the Cisco- approved, customer-provided server provides a network business communications system for high-quality telephony over IP networks. Install Cisco Call Manager Before you attempt to install Cisco Call Manager , obtain the appropriate installation documentation, the required hardware, and the data that you must enter during the installation. Task 1. Using the Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Hardware Detection CD-ROM and the server-specific 2. Install Cisco Call Manager on all servers in which we want to run Cisco Call Manager Browse into Cisco Call Manager Administration to Perform Configuration Tasks Cisco strongly recommends that you do not run a web browser on the Cisco MCS or any Cisco-approved, customer-provided server. Running a web browser on the server causes CPU usage to surge . Task : 1. Using the Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Hardware Detection CD-ROM and the server-specific Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Installation and Recovery CD-ROM that ship with Cisco Call Manager, install the operating system on each server in the cluster in which you plan to install Cisco Call Manager . 2. Install Cisco Call Manager on all servers in which you want to run Cisco Call Manager Prepare the Cluster for Call Processing Task 1.Call Manager Serviceability 2. Add monitoring and alarm support. 6
  • 7. 3. Install and configure three test phones. 4. Configure Cisco Cal Manager Groups. Configure System Parameters This section provides the information to configure device pools, partitions, and calling search spaces. Cisco recommends configuring partitions and calling search spaces for systems of all sizes. Task 1. Configure device pools. 2. Configure partitions.. 3. Configure calling search space (CSS). 4. Configure regions and locations. Configure Gateways, Conference Bridges, and Media Resources This section provides the information to configure gateways, conference bridges, and media resources. Task: 1. Add and configure gateways.. 2. Add and configure conference bridges. 3. Configure media resource groups. Configure Route Plan This section provides the information to configure route groups, route lists, route patterns, and route filters. Task : 1. Configure route group. 2. Configure route list. 3. Configure route pattern. 4. Configure route filter. Configure Feature Directory Numbers, IP Phone Services, and CTI Route Points/Ports This section provides the information to configure call pickup and call park directory numbers, Cisco IP Phone services, CTI route points and CTI ports for Cisco IPCC, and voice mail pilot and voice mail port directory numbers for Cisco Unity. Task : 1. Configure call pickup/park. 2. Configure IP Phone services. 3. Configure CTI route points for Cisco IPCC. 4. Configure CTI ports for Cisco IPCC. 5. Configure voice-mail ports for Cisco Unity. 6. Configure service parameters for Cisco Unity. Configures the Cisco Call Manager service 7. Configure voice-mail pilot directory numbers for Cisco Unity. 8. Configure Cisco Call Manager Attendant Console. 7
  • 8. Configure and Install Cisco IP Phones Task : 1. Use BAT to create the template and add user names into spreadsheet 2. Use BAT to add the devices ,users , and associate devices with users. 3. Install phones. 3 Install and Configure Cisco Unity Use the following task list to install the Cisco Unity system correctly on a supported platform other than the Cisco ICS 7750. For additional information about these tasks, be sure to refer to the documents that are noted in the list, which might include Cisco Unity documentation other than the Cisco Unity Installation Guide. Install and Configure the Cisco Unity Server Task : 1. Prepare to install Unity. 2. Configure array controllers, install Windows 2000 Server, and create the logical drives. 3. Customize the Cisco Unity platform. 4. Install and configure Exchange. 5. Create the accounts that are required for the Cisco Unity installation and set rights and permissions. 6. Install and configure Cisco Unity software. 7. Create the integration with Cisco Call Manager . 8. Install any optional software. 9. Create an emergency repair disk. 10. Set up authentication for the Cisco Unity Administrator web application. 11. Set up Cisco Unity to use SSL, if applicable. Populate the Cisco Unity System with Subscriber and Call Management Data Task : 1. Define system schedules. 2. Set up phone, GUI, and TTS languages. 3. Set up third-party fax, if applicable. 4. Create a call management plan. 5. Prepare to create regular subscribers. 6. Test the system configuration. 7. Create subscribers. 8. Assign subscribers to screen those messages that are left in Cisco Unity that are not associated with a specific recipient, such as those left to the Unaddressed Messages distribution list or for the Opening Greeting call handler. 9. Modify individual subscriber accounts as needed. 10. Implement and then test the call management plan. 11. Back up Cisco Unity. 12. As appropriate, set up subscribers to use the Cisco Personal Communications Assistant (PCA) and ViewMail. 8
  • 9. Set Up Networking Options Task : 13. If the system is using Digital Networking, Internet Subscribers, SMTP Networking, AMIS Networking, or VPIM Networking, set up Cisco Unity networking options. 14. If the system is using the Cisco Unity Bridge, install the Bridge server and set up Cisco Unity and the bridge for networking. . 4 Install and Configure Cisco IPCC The Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) software provides intelligent call routing, network to-desktop Computer Telephony Integration (CTI), and multimedia contact management to contact center agents over an IP network. Install the Cisco IPCC Software Task : 1. Install the IP-IVR software on the MCS. 2. Install the ICM software on the server. 3. Install the JTAPI Client on the server where the ICM software is installed. 4. Install the CAD software. Configure Cisco CallManager to Support Cisco IPCC Task : 1. Configure the IP phones. 2. Configure CTI route points. 3. Configure CTI ports. 4. Create JTAPI users. 5. Configure the IP settings on each Cisco IP Phone. Configure IP-IVR Task : 1. Open IP-IVR Application Administration by entering the Cisco IP-IVR system URL in your browser: http://<IP-IVR server name>/AppAdmin 2. Configure the Directory Profile by choosing Directory. 3. Configure JTAPI users in IP-IVR by choosing JTAPI. 4. Configure CTI port groups by choosing JTAPI > Add a new CTI Port Group. 5. Configure CTI route points 6. Configure ICM subsystem by choosing ICM > ICM VRUS scripts> Add a new script. 7. Create and upload VRU scripts by choosing Start > Programs >Cisco CRA Administrator >Cisco CRA Editor from the desktop. 8. Start the Application Engine by choosing Engine. Configure the ICM Software Task : 1. From your server, open the Cisco Admin Workstation Group and double-click the Configuration Manager icon. 2. Configure a network VRU by choosing Targets > Network VRU > Network VRU Explorer. 9
  • 10. 3. Configure agent desk settings by choosing Configure ICM >Enterprise > Agent Desk Settings > Agent Desk Settings List. 4. Configure the PG by choosing Tools > Explorer Tools > PG Explorer. 5. Configure network trunk groups by choosing Configure ICM > Peripherals > Trunk Group > Network Trunk Group Explorer. 6. Configure trunk groups by choosing Configure ICM >Peripherals > Trunk Group > Network Trunk Group Explorer> Add Trunk Group. 7. Configure Dialed Numbers by choosing Tools > List Tools >Dialed Number List. 8. Configure services by choosing Configure ICM > Peripherals > Service > Service Explorer. 9. Configure skill groups by choosing Configure ICM >Peripherals > Skill Group > Skill Group Explorer 10. Attach skill groups to services by choosing Configure ICM >Peripherals > Service > Service Explorer. 11. Configure agents by choosing Configure ICM > Peripherals >Agent > Agent Explorer. 12. Add agents to skill groups by choosing Configure ICM >Peripherals > Agent > Agent Explorer > Skill Group Membership. 13. Configure routes by choosing Configure ICM>Targets >Route > Service Explorer. 14. Configure device targets by choosing Configure ICM >Targets > Device Target > Device Target Explorer. 15. Configure labels by choosing Targets > Label > Label List. A label specifies the value that ICM software 16. Configure call types by choosing Tools > List Tools > Call Type List . 17. Configure network VRU scripts by choosing Targets > NetworkVRU Script > Network VRU Script List. 18. Create ICM scripts. 19. Schedule ICM scripts. Configure Cisco Agent Desktop Task : 1. Check ICM for two configurations: – During the installation of SQL server, on the network protocol box, check the TCP sockets and the Named pipes options. – In the SQL Enterprise Manager on the ICM system, create a new login ID for the CAD Rascal Database. Use “caduser” for both the user name and password and grant system administration privileges. 2. Gather the following information: – Cisco Call Manager—IP address or host name and peripheral ID – IP-IVR information—IP address or host name – CTI server—port number – ICM software—IPCC instance name 3. Install CAD server software on the server. 4. Install Cisco Agent Desktop software on the workstation Under Administration, the Desktop Administrator 5. Configure and enable the Cisco Catalyst switch. 10
  • 11. Conclusion: Now-a-days IP telephony is most popular service of communication Such as to exchange voice, fax, and other forms of information that have traditionally been carried over the dedicated circuit-switched connections of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) Using the Internet because of advantage of flat Internet rating vs. hierarchical PSTN rating and save money while letting their long-distance calls be routed over Internet. This is especially true in Europe, where the prices of long-distance calls are still higher than in US. Cisco IP telephony With voice now supported over our data networks, it is possible to remove the costly PBX and replace it with a voice and data gateway implementing IP Telephony .Cisco is a well known networking company they give the IP telephony solution is most popular because of easier deploy new communication services ,Strong security and availability ,Higher operational efficiency, greater consolidation and scalability, open standard and innovation and lowest call cost of ownership .This assignment is just overview of Cisco IP telephony solution and installation & configuration. Cisco looked to IP Telephony to increase personal and workgroup productivity, improve its ability to respond to customers, and reduce operational costs. Cisco IP Telephony solution is easier deploy new communication services ,Strong security and availability ,Higher operational efficiency, greater consolidation and scalability, open standard and innovation and lowest call cost of ownership .This assignment is just overview of Cisco IP telephony solution and installation & configuration we can see that this solution needs three main steps to configure Cisco IP telephony. The Steps are- • Install and Configure Cisco Call Manager and Devices • Install and Configure Cisco Unity • Install and Configure Cisco IPCC 11
  • 12. References: 1. web: http://old.iptel.org/info/ 2. web: http://www.cisco.com 3. web: http://www.cisco.com/go/ipcsecurity. 4. web: http://www.cisilion.com 5. web: http://searchunifiedcommunications.techtarget.com 6. web: www.webopedia.com 12

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