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Cisco Cvoice

  1. 1. Cisco Certified Exam Cisco Cvoice Describe the similarities and differences between PSTN and VoIP including call transport, call signalling and bandwidth requirements • Identify PSTN characteristics, transport • Explain TDM and statistical multiplexing as it relates to telephony • Identify VOIP characteristics, transport • Compare operation of PSTN call signalling to VoIP call signalling Configure a router so that a basic IP Telephony call can be completed • Configure dial-peer settings for VoIP or POTs • Configure POTs ports (FXS and FXO) • Configure E&M • Explain default dial-peer • Explain matching inbound/outbound dial peers • Configure hunt groups • Explain digit collection, consumptions and manipulations • Configure gateway/gatekeeper • Configure call signalling Troubleshoot a basic IP telephony configuration • Use show/debug commands to troubleshoot invalid dial-peer configurations • Use show/debug commands to troubleshoot invalid port configuration and operation • Use show/debug commands to troubleshoot invalid signalling configuration • Use show/debug commands to troubleshoot invalid hunt-group configurations • Use show/debug commands to troubleshoot invalid digit manipulation Successfully integrate a basic IP telephony network into the existing PSTN network • Explain port requirements for connection to a PBX • Explain signalling requirements for connection to a PBX • Choose correct connection type between PBX and VoIP networks • Compare and contrast a traditional dial plan to a VoIP Dial Plan • Identify telephony infrastructure terms (ie. LEC, CLEC, RBOC, ILEC, IXC)
  2. 2. Cisco Certified Exam Converse with traditional TDM support personnel using their terminology • Identify TDM signaling • Identify port and line types • Identify addressing signalling Describe the basic operation and components involved in a VoIP call • Explain RTP, RTCP, cRTP • Explain H323 • Explain MGCP • Explain SIP • Explain E&M • Describe the process of analog to digital conversion • Describe the process of compounding and compressing • Explain the process of packetization (frames, codec types) • Choose the appropriate codec for a given situation • Explain the function/operation/purpose of call-legs • Explain voice quality considerations • Explain the purpose and value of QoS Successfully connect a basic VoIP net to the PSTN • Choose the correct gateway connection to the PSTN • Determine proper signalling options • Describe digit manipulation • Explain E164 addressing
  3. 3. Cisco Certified Exam BCMSN Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Exam Describe and implement Spanning Tree operation in a hierarchical network • Describe and configure Spanning Tree, Rapid Spanning Tree, PVST+, PVRST, and MSTP • Describe and configure Spanning Tree enhancements • Configure link aggregation using PAgP or LACP • Identify a Spanning Tree topology and verify operation Describe and implement VLANs • Describe best practices for VLAN implementation in the Enterprise Composite Model • Describe and configure VLANs including, Native, Static, and Voice (Aux) • Describe and configure VTP to distribute VLAN information • Implement a voice VLAN (i.e. trust boundary and Catalyst queuing) • Verify VLAN implementations Describe and implement High Availability technologies and techniques • Describe Spanning Tree behavior in high availability environments • Implement 802.1s (MSTP) or PVRST for High Availability multi-layer switch environments • Describe and configure gateway redundancy protocols (e.g. HSRP and GLBP) • Verify High Availability configurations Describe and implement InterVLAN routing • Describe and configure Inter-VLAN routing in a LAN environment • Describe the operation of CEF in a multi-layer switch environment • Describe and configure SVI and routed ports on Catalyst switches • Verify InterVLAN routing implementations
  4. 4. Cisco Certified Exam Describe and implement multicast forwarding • Describe and configure IP multicast routing in a LAN environment using PIM- SM/DM/Sparse-Dense Mode • Describe and verify IGMP and IGMP snooping on a Catalyst switch • Describe multicast IP addressing to include Layer-3 to Layer-2 mapping • Verify multicast operations Describe and implement security features in a switched network • Describe and configure VACLs, PACLs, Private VLANs, Port Security, and 802.1x • Describe and configure AAA • Verify security implementations
  5. 5. Cisco Certified Exam BCSI Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks Exam Describe and implement advanced IP addressing technologies • Describe IPv6 addressing implementation • Design a hierarchical IPv4 addressing scheme using VLSM and route summarization Describe and implement IP routing principles • Configure default routing on a Cisco router • Describe RIPv2 characteristics and operations • Configure and verify RIPv2 operations Describe and implement Cisco IOS advanced routing features • Describe and configure route redistribution among different IP routing IGPs • Describe and configure route-maps • Describe and configure route filtering using distribute-lists • Configure passive interface to control routing updates • Configure policy-based routing to implement source-based routing Describe and implement EIGRP • Describe DUAL and EIGRP operation, features, and benefits • Configure and verify EIGRP routing • Configure advanced EIGRP features for scalable networks Describe and implement OSPF • Describe SPF calculation and OSPF operation, features, and benefits • Configure and verify OSPF routing • Configure and verify OSPF area parameters including STUB, NSSA, Totally Stubby, Backbone, and virtual links
  6. 6. Cisco Certified Exam Describe and implement integrated IS-IS • Describe the foundational concepts, features, and benefits of integrated IS-IS operation • Describe and configure NET addressing • Configure and verify multi-area integrated IS-IS Describe and implement BGP for enterprise ISP connectivity • Describe the foundational concepts of eBGP and iBGP • Configure and verify BGP operation • Manipulate BGP path selection using Local Preference and MED attributes
  7. 7. Cisco Certified Exam Introduction to Cisco Networking Technologies (INTRO) • Course Introduction • Building a Simple Serial Network • Building a Simple Ethernet Network • Expanding the Network • Connecting Networks • Constructing Network Addresses • Ensuring the Reliability of Data Delivery • Connecting to Remote Networks • Operating and Configuring Cisco IOS Devices • Managing Your Network Environment Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) • Configuring Catalyst Switch Operations • Extending Switched Networks with Virtual LANs • Determining IP Routes • Managing IP Traffic with Access Control Lists • Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections • Establishing Frame Relay Connections • Completing ISDN Calls
  8. 8. Cisco Certified Exam CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam Planning & Designing • Design a simple LAN using Cisco Technology • Design an IP addressing scheme to meet design requirements • Select an appropriate routing protocol based on user requirements • Design a simple internetwork using Cisco technology • Develop an access list to meet user specifications • Choose WAN services to meet customer requirements Implementation & Operation • Configure routing protocols given user requirements • Configure IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway addresses on routers and hosts • Configure a router for additional administrative functionality • Configure a switch with VLANS and inter-switch communication • Implement a LAN • Customize a switch configuration to meet specified network requirements • Manage system image and device configuration files • Perform an initial configuration on a router • Perform an initial configuration on a switch • Implement access lists • Implement simple WAN protocols Troubleshooting • Utilize the OSI model as a guide for systematic network troubleshooting • Perform LAN and VLAN troubleshooting • Troubleshoot routing protocols • Troubleshoot IP addressing and host configuration • Troubleshoot a device as part of a working network • Troubleshoot an access list • Perform simple WAN troubleshooting
  9. 9. Cisco Certified Exam Technology • Describe network communications using layered models • Describe the Spanning Tree process • Compare and contrast key characteristics of LAN environments • Evaluate the characteristics of routing protocols • Evaluate TCP/IP communication process and its associated protocols • Describe the components of network devices • Evaluate rules for packet control • Evaluate key characteristics of WANs