1 - Configuring and Troubleshooting the Cisco Expressway Series
Cisco Expressway Series ArchitectureDiscovery 1: Deploy virtualized Cisco ExpresswayDiscovery 2: Perform the initial Cisco Expressway series configurationDescribe SIP and H.323 in the Cisco Expressway seriesDescribe interworking in the Cisco Expressway seriesDiscovery 3: Register endpoints on Cisco Expressway seriesZonesDigital string manipulationSearch rulesTransformsDiscovery 4: Call search history and registrationsTroubleshoot call processing on Cisco Expressway seriesDiscovery 5: Troubleshooting toolsBackup and restoreRerference
2 - Configuring Cisco Expressway Additional Freatures
Describe bandwidth managementHardening local endpoint registrationsDiscovery 6: Configure Cisco Expressway series bandwidth management and registration restrictionsDiscovery 7: Troubleshoot Cisco Expressway series endpoint registration and local dial planDescribe Cisco Expressway security and clustering featuresDiscovery 8: Configure Cisco Expressway series security features
3 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Expressway Series
Cisco unified communications manager and Cisco Expressway-C integration overviewDian plan overviewCall policyDiscovery 9: Configure Cisco unified communications manager to connect with Cisco Expressway-CTroubleshooting options for Cisco unified communications manager and Cisco Expressway-C intergrationDiscovery 10: Troubleshoot Cisco unified communications manager and Cisco Expressway series integrationDiscovery 11: Configure and troubleshoot Cisco unified communications manager and Cisco Expressway series integration (practice activity)References
4 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Collaboration Solutions for Bussiness-to-Bussiness
Describe supported services for B2B collaborationDescribe prerequisites for business to business collaborationCall flow including Cisco unified communications manager endpointsNetwork address translation in a collaboration environmentDiscovery 12: Implement a B2B Cisco collaboration solutionCisco Expressway series B2B call troubleshootingDiscovery 13: Troubleshoot B2B calls on the Cisco Expressway seriesReferencesDiscovery 14: Troubleshoot B2B calls on the Cisco Expressway series (practice activity)
5 - Securing Business-Business Communication
Firewall TraversalSecure mediaSecure media between Cisco unified communications manager and Cisco Expressway seriesToll fraud preventionDiscovery 15: Secure a B2B Cisco collaboration communicationRefrences
6 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Mobile and Remote Access
Describe prerequisites for mobile and remote accessDescribe service discoveryExplore Expressway settings for MRACertificatesHTTP proxyCisco jabber registration procedureCisco jabber registration procedure in Hybrid deploymentCisco jabber configuration fileDiscovery 16: Configure MRA on the Cisco Expressway seriesMRA troubleshootingDiscovery 17: Troubleshoot MRA on the Cisco Expressway series
7 - Integrating and Securing Mobile and Remote Access
Secure Cisco unified communications integrationCisco unity connection integrationCisco MRA access control optionsAdditional Cisco MRA featuresDiscovery 18: Configure MRA with additional application integrationsReferences
8 - Configuring Cisco Webex Hybrid Services
Cisco Webex teamsDescribe Cisco Webex control hubDescribe Cisco Webhex hybrid media servicesDescribe Cisco Expressway requirements for using hybrid call service connectExplore Cisco Expressway requirements for using hybrid call service connectDescribe Cisco Webex video meshDiscovery 19: Prepare for Cisco Webex teams integrationDiscovery 20: Configure Cisco Webex hybrid services
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Who is it For?
This section specifies the primary and secondary target audiences of this course by job roles and notes the relevance to each job role.
Collaboration Engineers and AdministrationPrimary audiences:Collaboration engineers involved in the design, implementation, and troubleshooting of Cisco collaboration core technologies.Secondary audiences:Administration involved in support and troubleshooting of Cisco collaboration technologies.
The knowledge and skills that you are expected to have before attending this course are:Understanding of networking technologiesUnderstanding of voice and videoKnowledge of Cisco collaboration core technologiesSIP and XMPP signaling protocols fundamentalsCollaboration call control fundamentals of Cisco Unified Communications ManagerThese are the recommended offerings that may help you meet these prerequisites:Understanding cisco Collaboration Foundations v1.0 (CLFNDU)Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies v1.0 (CLCOR)