Category: voip

TVoice 8.0 Passed – Have Some Notes

So I should have posted these a while ago when I finished by CCNP Voice but better late than never here are some notes on the TVoice 8.0 subject material. Test blueprint https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8990 (CCO Required) 4 Elements of CUCM Environment Call Agent  / CUCM Network Infrastructure Cisco Applications CUPS Unity Connections UCCX Voice Clients   Network …

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CIPT2 Passed – Have Some Notes

So I passed my CIPT2 test today. As many have mentioned know SAF and how it works, and know globalized call routing. Test blueprint can be found at https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8989. (CCO Required)   Multi-site Challenges Availability Issues Quality and BW issues Dial Plan Issues NAT / Security Issues   Quality Issues Packet by Packet Take Different Paths …

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CIPT1 Passed – Have Some Notes

So last Wednesday I passed my Cisco CIPT1 v 8.0 test bringing me 2/5 tests complete for my CCNP – Voice certification. Majority of the test like many have said pertains to media selection. So know your SW / HW media resources and MRG and MRGLs. Test blueprint can be found at https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/docs/DOC-8988. (CCO Required) Cisco …

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642-437 CVOICE v8.0 Passed – Have Some Notes

So last Friday I went in after ~2 1/2 weeks of study and passed the CVoice 8.0 exam. So I’m 1/5 of the way to my CCNP Voice. After a project wraps up at work, I’ll start in on CIPT 1. Here is a raw dump of the notes I took during my study that seem to …

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Shut that beep up! (Silent Music on Hold)

So the situation is pretty simple. VP is having a lovely conference call with umpteen million staff members and in the middle of it someone has the brilliant idea to take another call placing the conference on hold…. Lets just say listening to the awesome Cisco hold music for the next 15 minutes didn’t go over as well as …

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CCNA Voice Study – Installing CUCME PART 1

CUCME is comprised of multiple files and file types compared to a single unified Bin file like IOS. CUCME is comprised of the following: Basic Files, GUI Files, XME Temple File, Music on Hold (MOH) Files, Script Files, and Miscellaneous Files. To install CUCME you must first have a matching IOS version to support it …

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CCNA Voice Study – Integration Models

PBX– Traditional model, phones all have a unique DN perhaps DIDs. Calls come into a receptionist for direction and users must use an access digit of sorts like 9. Keyswitch – Model in which all phones have a common lines on all of them. All users can see when a line is in use and …

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Debuging H323 Dial-Peers

Today has been a long day. I’ve been trying to get 4 analog DID, and 4 analog DOD lines working on a 2811 with one FXO and one FXS DID card. Some very useful debug commands in this process have been. debug voip dialpeer allThis allows me to see when I place an outbound call …

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Applying CUCM Patches to CUCM 6.1

As we all know all software is broken from the day it ships. CUCM is no exception (Cisco Systems please don’t sue me I’m just stating a fact about bugs) so like all things there are patches. This will go over the process of getting the Patches and applying them to your CUCM server. You …

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Implementing Extension Mobility

So a feature we have decided to implement with our upgrade for all of our phone users is extension mobility. What extension mobility allows a person to do is hit services on the phone entire their username and a pin and then that phone pulls all of their information from the CUCM cluster and becomes …

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