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CCIE Collaboration 3.0 Self-Study Kit is designed to help you prepare for the CCIE Collaboration lab Exam from beginning to the end. This kit is designed for the beginner, intermediate or even expert level engineer who wants to pass CCIE Collab lab on 1st or 2nd attempt.



What is Included - 1 Core + 1 Concentration Module

  • Implementing Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies - CLCOR 350-801
    • eBook (Protected PDF Chapters)
    • 150+ Video Labs/Lecture - (under development, Video release as they are completed)
  • Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (CLICA 300-810)
    • eBook (PDF Chapters) 
    • 25+ Video Labs/Lecture - (under development, Video release as they are completed)
  • Implementing Cisco Meeting Server (CMS) - Self Study Kit
  • Implementing the Cisco UCCX Deployment Study Kit
  • Implementing the Cisco UCCX Advanced Scripting Study Kit

Module Outline

eBook - Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies - CLCOR

  • Chapter 1 - Describing the Cisco Collaboration Solutions Architecture
  • Chapter 2 - Exploring Call Signaling over IP Network
  • Chapter 3 - Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Manager LDAP
  • Chapter 4 - Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Provisioning Features
  • Chapter 5 - Exploring Codecs
  • Chapter 6 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing
  • Chapter 7 - Implementing MGCP Gateways
  • Chapter 8 - Implementing Voice Gateways
  • Chapter 9 - Configuring Calling Privileges in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 10 - Implementing Toll Fraud Prevention
  • Chapter 12 - Implementing and Troubleshooting Media Resources in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 13 - Describing Cisco Instant Messaging and Presence
  • Chapter 14 - Enabling Cisco Jabber
  • Chapter 15 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Integration
  • Chapter 16 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Call Handlers
  • Chapter 17 Describing Collaboration Edge Architecture
  • Chapter 18 - Analyzing Quality Issues in Converged Networks
  • Chapter 19 - Defining QoS and QoS Models
  • Chapter 20 - Implementing Classification and Marking
  • Chapter 21 - Configuring Classification and Marking on Cisco Catalyst Switches

 

Video Lecture/Lab - Implementing and Operating Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies - CLCOR (Under development)

  • Chapter 1.1 - Introduction to CLCOR
  • Chapter 1.2 - Overview of Cisco Collaboration Solutions Architecture
  • Chapter 1.3 - Collaboration Deployment Models
  • Chapter 1.4 - Describing the Cisco Collaboration Solutions Architecture Licensing
  • Chapter 1.5 - Deploying High Availability
  • Chapter 1.6 - Describing Capacity Planning for Cisco Collaboration Architecture
  • Chapter 1.7 - Deploying Security for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 1.8 - Deploying Certificates for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 1.9 - Deploying Disaster Recovery and Backup for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 1.10 - Deploying Dial Plan for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 1.11 - IP Network Protocols for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 1.12 - Voice Codecs for Cisco Collaboration
  • Chapter 2.1 - Call Signaling - Introduction
  • Chapter 2.2 - IP Phone Initialization
  • Chapter 2.3 - Single Site On-Cluster Calling
  • Chapter 2.4 - Single Site On-Cluster Call Setup Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 2.5 - Describe the Call Setup and Teardown Process
  • Chapter 2.6 - SIP Call Signaling for Call Setup and Teardown
  • Chapter 3.1 - Overview of LDAP Integration
  • Chapter 3.2 - LDAP Integration in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 3.3 - LDAP Synchronization in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 3.4 - LDAP Authentication Integration with CUCM
  • Chapter 3.5 - LDAP Attribute Mapping
  • Chapter 3.6 - LDAP Considerations in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 3.7 - Access Control Groups in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 3.8 - Feature Group Templates
  • Chapter 4.1 - Cisco Uniifed CM - Provisioning Features
  • Chapter 4.2 - Overview of Provisioning Options
  • Chapter 4.3 - Deploy an IP Phone Through Auto and Manual Registration
  • Chapter 4.4 - Self-Provisioning Prerequisites
  • Chapter 4.5 - Self-Provisioning Components
  • Chapter 4.6 - Self-Provisioning Authentication Modes
  • Chapter 4.7 - Configure Self-Provisioning
  • Chapter 4.8 - Batch-Provisioning Tools
  • Chapter 4.9 - Configure Batch Provisioning
  • Chapter 5.1 - Overview and Configurations of Codecs
  • Chapter 5.2 - Understanding Codecs
  • Chapter 5.3 - Compare Audio Codec
  • Chapter 5.4 - Compare Video Codec
  • Chapter 5.5 - Evaluate the Effects of Encryption on Codecs
  • Chapter 5.6 - Lab Explore the Cisco VoIP Bandwidth Calculator
  • Chapter 5.7 - Overview Call Admission Control
  • Chapter 5.8 - Configure Regions and Locations Lab
  • Chapter 6.1 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing - Overview
  • Chapter 6.2 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing - Dial Plan Overview
  • Chapter 6.3 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing - Dial Plan Components and Their Functions
  • Chapter 6.4 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing - Endpoint
  • Chapter 6.5 - Describing Dial Plans and Endpoint Addressing - Call Routing
  • Chapter 6.6 - Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call-Routing Logic
  • Chapter 6.7 - Address Methods and Digit Analysis
  • Chapter 6.8 - Variable-Length Patterns, Overlapping Patterns, and Urgent Priority
  • Chapter 6.9 - Implement Endpoint Addressing and Call Routing
  • Chapter 7.1 - Implementing MGCP Gateways - Introduction
  • Chapter 7.2 - Implementing MGCP Gateways - Overview
  • Chapter 7.2 - MGCP Gateway Implementation
  • Chapter 7.3 - Path Selection in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 7.4 - Route Groups
  • Chapter 7.5 - Route Lists and Route Patterns
  • Chapter 7.6 - Digit Manipulation in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 7.7 - Lab - Implement PSTN Calling Using MGCP Gateways
  • Chapter 8.1 - Implementing Voice Gateways - Introduction
  • Chapter 8.2 - Overview of Dial Peers
  • Chapter 8.3 - Lab - Configure and Troubleshoot ISDN PRI
  • Chapter 8.4 - Lab - Examine Cisco IOS Gateway Inbound and Outbound Dial-Peer Functions
  • Chapter 8.5 - Digit Manipulation Features on Cisco IOS Gateways
  • Chapter 8.6 - Lab - Implement and Troubleshoot Digit Manipulation on a Cisco IOS Gateway
  • Chapter 8.7 - Codec and DTMF-Relay Selection on Cisco IOS Gateways
  • Chapter 9.1 - Configuring Calling Privileges in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Introduction
  • Chapter 9.2 - Calling Privileges Overview
  • Chapter 9.3 - Partitions and CSSs
  • Chapter 9.4 - Partition and CSS Considerations
  • Chapter 9.5 - Time-of-Day Routing
  • Chapter 9.6 - Client Matter Codes and Forced Authorization Codes
  • Chapter 9.7 - Lab - Configure Calling Privileges
  • Chapter 10.1 - Implementing Toll Fraud Prevention Overview
  • Chapter 10.2 - Toll Fraud Prevention Overview
  • Chapter 10.3 - Cisco Unified Communications Manager CoS for Toll Fraud Prevention
  • Chapter 10.4 - Lab - Implement Toll Fraud Prevention on Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 11.1 - Implementing Globalized Call Routing Introduction
  • Chapter 11.2 Overview of Multisite Dial Plans
  • Chapter 11.3 - Globalized Call Routing Overview
  • Chapter 11.4 - Globalized Call Routing Number Formats
  • Chapter 11.5 Globalization of Localized Call Ingress
  • Chapter 11.6 - Localization During Call Egress
  • Chapter 11.7 - Lab - Implement Globalized Call Routing
  • Chapter 12.1 - Implementing and Troubleshooting Media Resources in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 12.2 - Media Resources Overview in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 12.3 - Media Resource Selection and Access Control in Unified CM
  • Chapter 12.4 - Describing the Annunciator Feature
  • Chapter 12.5 - MOH Support in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Chapter 12.6 - Audio and Video Conference Bridge Devices
  • Chapter 12.7 - Audio and Video Conference Bridge Integration Options
  • Chapter 12.8 - MTP and Transcoder Devices
  • Chapter 12.9 - MTP and Transcoder Requirements
  • Chapter 13.1 Describing Cisco Instant Messaging and Presence
  • Chapter 13.2 - Describe Cisco IM and Presence Features and Architecture
  • Chapter 13.3 - Compare the Protocols XMPP and SIMPLE SIP
  • Chapter 13.4 - Describing Cisco Instant Messaging and Presence Clustering
  • Chapter 13.5 - Describe Cisco Unified Communications IM and Presence Components and Communication Flows
  • Chapter 14.1 - Enabling Cisco Jabber
  • Chapter 14.2 - Cisco Jabber Deployment Modes
  • Chapter 14.3 - Cisco Jabber Operational Modes
  • Chapter 15.1 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Integration
  • Chapter 15.2 - Overview of Cisco Unity Connection Integration
  • Chapter 15.3 - Overview of Cisco Unity Connection Integration - SIP Integration
  • Chapter 15.4 - Overview of Cisco Unity Connection Integration - Typical Integration Mistakes
  • Chapter 15.5 - Overview of Cisco Unity Connection Integration - Integration Considerations
  • Chapter 15.6 - Lab - Configure the Integration Between Unity Connection and Cisco UCM
  • Chapter 16.1 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Call Handlers Introduction
  • Chapter 16.2 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Call Handlers Introduction Call Handler Overview
  • Chapter 16.3 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection System Call Handler
  • Chapter 16.4 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection - Caller Input
  • Chapter 16.5 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection - Operator Call Handler
  • Chapter 16.6 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection - Goodbye Call Handler
  • Chapter 16.7 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection - Directory Handler
  • Chapter 16.8 - Configuring Cisco Unity Connection - Interview Handler
  • Chapter 17 Describing Collaboration Edge Architecture
  • Chapter 17.1 Describing Collaboration Edge Architecture - Introduction
  • Chapter 17.2 Describe Collaboration Edge (Expressway-C, -E)
  • Chapter 17.3 - Describe Supported Services for B2B Collaboration
  • Chapter 17.4 - Describe Prerequisites for Mobile and Remote Access
  • Chapter 17.5 - Describe Service Discover
  • Chapter 17.6 - Explore Expressway Settings for MRA
  • Chapter 17.7 - Describe Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE)
  • Chapter 18.1 - Analyzing Quality Issues in Converged Networks
  • Chapter 18.2 - Converged Networks
  • Chapter 18.3 - Available Bandwidth
  • Chapter 18.4 - Components of Network Delay
  • Chapter 18.5 - End-to-End Delay Calculations
  • Chapter 18.6 - Jitter
  • Chapter 18.7 - Packet Loss
  • Chapter 19 - Defining QoS and QoS Models
  • Chapter 19.1 - Defining QoS and QoS Models
  • Chapter 19.2 - Defining QoS and QoS Models Introduction
  • Chapter 19.3 - Network Traffic Identification
  • Chapter 19.4 - Divide Network Traffic into Classes and Define Policies
  • Chapter 19.5 - QoS Mechanisms
  • Chapter 19.6 - QoS Models
  • Chapter 19.7 - DSCP Encoding
  • Chapter 19.8 - Expedited Forwarding and Assured Forwarding
  • Chapter 19.9 - Class Selector
  • Chapter 20.1 - Implementing Classification and Marking
  • Chapter 20.2 - Classification and Marking Overview
  • Chapter 20.3 - Classification and Marking at the Network and Data Link Layers
  • Chapter 20.4 - QoS Service Class
  • Chapter 20.5 - Cisco Marking Recommendations
  • Chapter 20.6 - QoS Markings in a SIP Call Flow
  • Chapter 20.7 - MQC Classification and Marking Options
  • Chapter 20.8 - Configure QoS
  • Chapter 21.1 Configuring Classification and Marking on Cisco Catalyst Switches
  • Chapter 21.2 - Campus Classification and Marking
  • Chapter 21.3 - Overview of QoS Trust Boundaries
  • Chapter 21.4 - Ingress QoS Models
  • Chapter 21.5 - QoS Marking and Table Maps
  • Chapter 21.6 - Internal DSCP

 

eBook - Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (CLICA 300-810)

  • Chapter 1.0 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection Integration
  • Chapter 2.0 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection Call Handlers
  • Chapter 3.0 - Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection
  • Chapter 4.0 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Express
  • Chapter 5.0 - Configuring SSO for Cisco Unified Communications Applications
  • Chapter 6.0  - Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber Integration
  • Chapter 7.0 - Customizing Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber Functionality
  • Chapter 8.0 - Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Service Compliance and Message Archiving
  • Chapter 9.0 - Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Service
  • Chapter 10.0 - Integrating Cisco Unified Attendant Console Advanced
  • Chapter 11.0 - Implementing Call Recording and Monitoring

 

Video Lecture/Lab - Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (CLICA 300-810)

  • Chapter 1.1 - Overview of Unity Connection & Integration of Unity Connection
  • Chapter 1.2 - Cisco Unity Connection SCCP Integration & SIP Integration
  • Chapter 1.3 - Cisco Unity Connection Integration Consideration
  • Chapter 1.4 - Cisco Unity Connection Deployment
  • Chapter 1.5 - Cisco Unity Connection Networking
  • Chapter 2.0 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection Call Handlers
  • Chapter 3.0 - Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection
  • Chapter 4.0 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Express
  • Chapter 5.1 Overview and Configuring SSO Architecture
  • Chapter 5.2 - Overview of SSO Component
  • Chapter 5.3 - SAML Authentication
  • Chapter 5.4 - Overview of OAUTH
  • Chapter 5.5 - Cisco Unified Communications Manager SSO Capabilities
  • Chapter 6.1 - Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber Integration Overview
  • Chapter 6.2 - Integration with Cisco Unity Connection and Conference Solutions
  • Chapter 6.3 - Integrating Microsoft LDAP and Microsoft Exchange
  • Chapter 6.4 - Cisco Unified IM and Presence Clustering and Capacity
  • Chapter 6.5 Overview of Cisco Unified IM and Presence Federation
  • Chapter 6.6 - Cisco Unified IM and Presence - Jabber Deployment Options
  • Chapter 7.1 - Cisco Jabber Customization Overview
  • Chapter 7.2 - IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber Functionality - Cisco Unified Communications Services
  • Chapter 7.3 - Cisco Unified IM and Presence Jabber Custom Configuration Files
  • Chapter 7.4 - Cisco Unified IM and presence - Apple Push Notification Service
  • Chapter 8.0 - Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Service Compliance and Message Archiving
  • Chapter 9.0 - Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Service
  • Chapter 10 - Integrating Cisco Unified Attendant Console Advanced
  • Chapter 11 - Implementing Call Recording and Monitoring

 

Cisco Meeting Server Deployment (available now)

  • Chapter 1 - Overview of Cisco Meeting Server
  • Chapter 2 - Prerequisites For CMS Deployment
  • Chapter 3 - Preparing and Configuring Certificate
  • Chapter 4 - Installing Certification on CMS Component
  • Chapter 5 - Configuring and Managing MMP
  • Chapter 6 - Single Combine Deployment Call Flow
  • Chapter 7 - Overview and Configurations of Web Admin
  • Chapter 8 - Overview and Configurations of Call Bridge
  • Chapter 9 - Overview and Configuring XMPP Server
  • Chapter 10 - Overview and Configuration of Web Bridge
  • Chapter 11 - Configuring the Databases
  • Chapter 12 - Deploying the Call Bridges
  • Chapter 13 Basic Network Settings on CMS Server
  • Chapter 14 Generating Certificate for CMS Component
  • Chapter 15 Creating Database Cluster and Assign Certificates
  • Chapter 16 Enabling Web Admin and Assign Certificate
  • Chapter 17 Configuring CMS CallBridge and Assign Certs
  • Chapter 18 Configuring XMPP and XMPP Cluster
  • Chapter 19 Configuring WebBridge and WebRTC Client Login
  • Chapter 20 Configuring API User and Postman to Communicate with CMS
  • Chapter 21 Configuring API Web Bridge and LDAP Server using API
  • Chapter 22 - Mapping LDAP Attributes via API to CMS Server

 

Cisco UCCX Deployment & Administration Study Kit

Deployment - Lecture on Video

  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Cisco Unified CCX
  • Chapter 2 Architecture of Cisco Unified CCX
  • Chapter 3 Design Consideration for Cisco Unified CCX
  • Chapter 4 Installation & Configurations of Cisco Unified CCX
  • Chapter 5 Overview of Cisco Unified CCX Subsystem
  • Chapter 6 - Cisco Unified CCX Express Setup
  • Chapter 7 Managing Cisco Unified UCCX Server
  • Chapter 8 Basic Call Flow of Cisco Unified CCX
  • Chapter 9 - Installing UCCX Script Editor
  • Chapter 10 - Debugging a Script
  • Chapter 11 Creating Basic Cisco Unified CCX Scripts
  • Chapter 12 Creating Basic UCCX Script - Prompting and Collecting
  • Chapter 13 Configuring UCCX For External Databases
  • Chapter 14 Making Decisions and Loop and Counter in UCCX Scripting
  • Chapter 15 - Defining Cisco Unified CCX ACD Component

Deployment Lab Outline

  • Lab 1 Installing Cisco Unified CCX 10.5 Primary Server
  • Lab 2 - Installing Secondary Cisco Unified CCX 10.5 Server for High Availability
  • Lab 3 - Integrating Cisco Unified CCX 10.5 with Cisco Unified CM 10.5
  • Lab 4 - Configuring Cisco Unified CCX 10.5 - High Availability
  • Lab 5 - Activating Cisco Finesse as an Agent Desktop
  • Lab 6 - Setting up JTAPI Parameters such as Call Control Group, Triggers with High Availability Check
  • Lab 7 - Preparing the Cisco IP Phone and End User As An Agent with High Availability Check
  • Lab 8 - Defining Skills, Group and Agent Association
  • Lab 9 - Defining Contact Service Queue with Different Skills and Competency Level
  • Lab 10 - Creating UCCX Application and Trigger
  • Lab 11 - Writing a Basic Script
  • Lab 12 - Creating Team and Supervisor
  • Lab 13 - Integrating Cisco Unified CCX 10.5 with External Database
  • Lab 14 - Configuring HTTP Subsystem with Database Integration

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