Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Providing Endpoint Features, Mobility, and PSTN Access with ISDN and SIP

Collaboration is in high demand. This course will teach you the skills to be a Cisco Collaboration administrator. You'll learn how to provide call coverage, create dial peers, configure a SIP CUBE, deploy Cisco Mobility, and enable endpoint features.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 11, 2021
Duration
3h 1m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Deploying Call Coverage in CUCM
Configuring Cisco ISR Voice Gateways
Implementing Cisco Unified Mobility
Configuring a Cisco Session Border Controller (CUBE)
Enabling Endpoint Features
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 11, 2021
Duration
3h 1m
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Description

More than ever, companies are relying on Cisco Collaboration solutions to ensure that they can communicate ubiquitously with their customers, employees, and everyone else. There is immense demand for administrators who have the knowledge and skills needed to manage and maintain their Cisco deployments.

In this course, Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Providing Endpoint Features, Mobility, and PSTN Access with ISDN and SIP, you'll learn the step-by-step process of deploying call coverage using hunt groups and call queuing, configuring dial peers for ISR gateways, implementing SIP CUBES for IP PSTN access, providing endpoint features, and enabling Cisco Mobility.

First, you'll discover how to configure dial peers for ISR gateways, set up analog and digital voice circuits, configure VoIP call legs, and troubleshoot and quickly resolve potential dial peer issues.

Next, you'll explore how to deploy Cisco Device Mobility to support mobile IP endpoints, deploy Cisco Extension Mobility to make it easy for end users to maintain their directory numbers and phone features, and implement Cisco Unified Mobility to support single-number reach.

After that, you'll see how to configure an SIP session border controller (CUBE) from scratch, how to simplify your deployments using server groups and E164 pattern maps, how SIP Options and early offer work, and how to determine DSP requirements.

Finally, you'll learn how to enable endpoint features like Group Pickup, provide functions with custom softkey templates, create a shared line, and configure UC Services and a Service Profile for Cisco Jabber clients.

When you're finished with this course, you'll have knowledge of how to configure call coverage, ISR gateways, SIP CUBEs, mobility, and endpoint features, and how to troubleshoot these as needed to administer and support a Cisco Collaboration solution.

About the author
About the author

Sean Douglas has more than 17 years of experience working extensively with Cisco technology. He is a Cisco Systems Engineer that consults with a variety of clients to design, implement, and maintain their Cisco Collaboration solutions. Sean is CCNP in Routing and Switching, Wireless, and Collaboration.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. I'm Shawn Douglas, and I want to welcome you to my course, Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Providing Endpoint Features, Mobility, and PSTN Access with ISDN and SIP. I'm a Cisco engineer, instructor, CCNA and CCNP in collaboration, routing and switching, data center, and even a little bit of DevNet. Now more than ever, companies are relying on Cisco collaboration solutions to ensure that they can communicate ubiquitously with their customers, employees, and everyone else. There's an immense demand for administrators who have the knowledge and skills needed to manage and maintain their Cisco deployments. In this Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals course, which is the third in a series that we're making, we're going to help you acquire the skills and foundational knowledge needed to administer a Cisco collaboration solution. By the end of this course, you'll understand how to create both T1 and E1 ISDN voice circuits, you'll be able to build SIP trunks that utilize options‑keep‑alive and early‑offer, you'll learn how to set up hunt pilots with queuing, deploy unified mobility, and enable a variety of endpoint features. I hope you'll join us as we strive to help you obtain highly marketable skills and be your technical best in the Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Providing Endpoint Features, Mobility, and PSTN Access with ISDN and SIP course, at Pluralsight.