CCIE: Voice Training

IT Bootcamps India
In Mumbai

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Typology Training
Location Mumbai
  • Training
  • Mumbai


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
2C Ameyanand Apartments,Kashinath Dhuru Marg,Dadar (W),, 400028, Maharashtra, India
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Starts On request
2C Ameyanand Apartments,Kashinath Dhuru Marg,Dadar (W),, 400028, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

The CCIE voice boot camp is designed for people who already: * At least 2 years of hands-on experience with Cisco IP Telephony * Passing score on the CCIE Voice Written Exam * Familiar with most of the following technologies:

Course programme

CCIE: Voice Training

Cisco has responded to the challenge in the internetworking technology with the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Program. This is a high-level certification program designed to identify and serve the best of the internetworking experts and to improve your hands-on skills. The CCIE certification is currently the most significant certification in the industry.

Designed for CCIE candidates who are within one week to six months of their lab exam date, this intense course will prepare you for the CCIE Voice Practical Lab Exam. Solidify your existing knowledge, expose your weaknesses, and gain vital test-taking strategies.

The class does not cover introductory material, and to receive the full benefit of the class, you are expected to have at least a minimum level of knowledge of the topics covered. This class consists of several hours of lecture and 10 or more hours of hands-on preparation per day. Be prepared to stay late every evening. During the class, the instructor will identify some of the most common mistakes that candidates make, and at the end of the week, the instructor will assess your readiness.

Who Needs to Attend
This course is aimed at candidates who are preparing for the CCIE Voice Lab Exam and who have successfully completed the written exam.

Course Outline


Basic Campus Design
Catalyst voice and data VLAN configuration
Catalyst VTP configuration

Call Manager and Call Manager Express Configuration
Phone registration
Phone configuration

Voice Gateway and Signaling
Analog and digital voice protocols: analog FXS, FXO-M1, T1, E1, PRI, CAS, R2
VoIP protocols: H323, MGCP, SCCP, SIP, RAS

Call Routing
CCM route patterns (@ wildcard not tested)
CCM route preference and redundancy
IOS dial peers
Digit manipulation and translation

G711ulaw, G711alaw, G729, G723

Call Admission Control

High Availability Features

Media Resource Management
Conference bridge software and hardware
QoS Considerations
L2/L3 classifications and policing
Queuing mechanisms
Catalyst switch QoS

Unified Messaging
Unity voicemail integration
Unity administration

CRS/IPCC Express Application
Default script configuration and integration
Custom script configuration and integration

Call Manager Voice Applications
Any native applications to Call Manager, examples are extension mobility, attendant console, IPMA

Supplementary Services
Directory Services and Integration
Fax pass-through
Fax relay

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