Cisco Collaboration Fundamentals: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy
Collaboration is in high demand these days. This course is part of a series that will start at the beginning, no prior experience necessary, and teach you the skills and foundational knowledge needed to administer a Cisco Collaboration solution.
What you'll learn
These days, companies are relying on Cisco Collaboration solutions to ensure that they can communicate 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: Provisioning Servers, Lab Resources, End Users, and Policy, you will learn how to administer and support a Cisco Collaboration solution.
First, you will explore the importance of Cisco Collaboration features and benefits so that you will understand the “big picture.” Next, you will learn how to access your own at home lab so that you can practice our step by steps demonstrations, configure Cisco servers to support collaboration endpoints, deploy end users, compare codecs, and determine call signaling parameters. Finally, you discover how to configure Device Pool components and implement organizational policy to ensure stability and reliability.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the foundational skills and knowledge of Cisco Collaboration needed to administer and support a Cisco Collaboration solution.
Table of contents
- Intro 2m
- Examining Cisco Collaboration Deployments 6m
- Examining Cisco Call Control Agents 5m
- Examining Cisco Collaboration Applications 4m
- Examining Cisco Collaboration Endpoints and Protocols 5m
- Examining Cisco Collaboration Edge Solutions 7m
- Examining Cisco Conferencing Solutions 4m
- Examining Cisco Cloud Services 6m
- Intro 1m
- Examining Collaboration Deployment Models 7m
- Examining a CUCM Cluster 9m
- Demo: Navigating CUCM Administrative Web Pages 6m
- Demo: Activating, Stopping, and Starting CUCM Services 9m
- Demo: Configuring NTP and DNS on CUCM and IOS 7m
- Demo: Configuring DHCP on CUCM and IOS 7m
- Demo: Configuring CUCM Enterprise and Service Parameters 7m
- Intro 1m
- Examining CUCM User Accounts, Roles, and Groups 7m
- Demo: Creating an End User and Credential Policy 8m
- Demo: Creating Users, Endpoints, and DNs with Quick User/Phone Add 8m
- Demo: Creating an Application User 4m
- Demo: Creating Customized Permissions Using Roles and Groups 8m
- Demo: Configuring LDAP Synchronization and Authentication 8m
- Demo: Configuring LDAP Authentication 3m
In this course, you will learn how to administer your own Cisco Collaboration solution, obtain free access to the latest Cisco servers, deploy users, and understand codecs and call signaling.
Some benefits of a Cisco collaboration deployment are: reduces project completion time, improves team coordination, incubates creativity along the way, and allows team members to operate remotely from a laptop if they choose.
A codec is a device or computer program that encodes or decodes a data stream or signal.
Cisco's Unified Communications Manager is an enterprise communications manager that is designed to bring people together anytime, anywhere, and on any device through Cisco's integrated collaboration infrastructure.
This course is great for beginner Cisco developers, but it is also a great benefit to anyone who wants to learn about Cisco Collaboration deployments.