The Advanced TelePresence Video Solutions Part 1 course is designed to empower the partner with the capacity to install, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a Cisco TelePresence network so that 80% of all field activity is unassisted.
- Course Outline
The Advanced TelePresence Video Solutions Part 2 course is designed to empower the partner with the capacity to install, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a Cisco TelePresence network so that 80% of all field activity is unassisted.Audience
Installation and support engineers installing, maintaining and troubleshooting the Cisco TelePresence solutionsSkills taught
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
* Recognize the MSE 8000 chassis and the corresponding blades available including their function.
* Be able to operate a Cisco TelePresence Server to enable mixed network calls between CTS and other Cisco TelePresence endpoints.
* To be able to configure and operate a Cisco TelePresence Content Server
* To be able to configure a Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server for sub-zones, zones, complex dial plans and security requirements
* To be able to use the Cisco TelePresence Management Suite and Cisco TelePresence Communication Server to provision Movi and E20 systemsCourse Outline
Implementing Advanced TelePresence Video Solutions Part 2 (IATVS2)
Module 1: TelePresence MSE 8000, TelePresence Server and TIP This module provides the student with the knowledge and skills to locate support documentation, install, upgrade and troubleshoot the MSE8000, Cisco TelePresence Server and understand the use of TIP and describe the interoperation between the TIP and SIP endpoints.
Lesson 1: Cisco TelePresence MSE8000
* Describe the MSE 8000 hardware including chassis, back plane, power requirements, fans and card slots
* Explain the common problems that can occur during installation
* Explain the purpose and meaning of the warning lights on the chassis
* Describe the operation of the Supervisor Blade
* Calculate the power consumption
* Recognize the blades used in the MSE8000 and describe their key features
Lesson 2: Cisco TelePresence Server
* Identify the different hardware options (8710, 7010)
* List the key software features
* Undertake initial system configuration
* Perform a software upgrade
* Manage endpoints
* Set up and manage conferences
* Undertake diagnostics
* Collect and view log files
* Search the TANDBERG Documentation web site
* Explain TelePresence Interoperability, TelePresence Interoperability Protocol, support for Cisco endpoints, and configuration of CUCM, VCS and TS
Lesson 3: TIP and Cisco Interoperation Support
* Define TIP
* Describe the interoperation between the TIP and SIP endpoints
* Explain TIP deployment scenarios
Module 2: TelePresence Content Server
Lesson 1: Recording Features and Functions
* Describe the basic features of the TelePresence Content Server including:
* system hardware components
* supported layouts
* premium resolution option
* web streaming formats for true streaming and progressive download
* unicast and multicast streaming options
* file formats used and storage space required
* Describe the common protocols used for streaming including HTTP streaming and RTSP.
* Describe the difference between True streaming and Progressive download
* Describe the difference between unicast and multicast
Lesson 2: Configuration and Operation
* Register to a gatekeeper in gateway mode .
* Register to SIP server.
* Describe how to add users.
* Create a recording alias with a specific viewing output.
* Make an adhoc alias to create a recording.
* Log in as a user with the Creator role to edit the recording including trimming the recording, adding outputs for downloading and publishing the recording.
* Describe how add to TMS and schedule a recording
* Find the endpoint playback address and play a recording back to an endpoint.
* Describe how to export a recording and import to another TCS.
Lesson 3: Extending TCS Functionality
* Using NAS storage
* Automatic Distribution
* Describe the basic principles of clustering TelePresence Content Servers and using external Streaming servers
Module 3: Call Control This module provides the student with the knowledge and skills to install, configure, maintain and troubleshoot Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server (VCS).
Lesson 1: Registration
* Recap H.323 and SIP registration
* Recap H.323 call signaling
* Describe optimal call routing
* Set up a VCS Control, register both SIP and H.323 endpoints, and make test calls
Lesson 2: Security
* Allow List using an exact match, prefix and suffix.
* Deny List using an exact match, prefix and suffix.
* Authentication using the local database.
Lesson 3: Subzones
* Describe the benefits of splitting local endpoints into subzones.
* Describe the use of Links, Pipes, Local zone, Subzone, Default Subzone and Traversal Subzones.
* Configure subzones to determine which subzone an endpoint is registered to.
* Configure appropriate subzones and apply appropriate bandwidth restrictions based on a customer requirement.
Lesson 4: Zones
* Describe flat, structured, and hierarchical dial plans.
* Describe zone pattern matching.
* Describe and configure a neighbor zone on the VCS.
* Describe the problem of call looping.
Lesson 5: Backups and Upgrades
* Backup the configuration of the VCS system.
* Restore the configuration of the VCS system.
Lesson 6: Traversal Zones
* Describe why a traversal zone is needed to traverse video through a firewall.
* Describe the H.460 and Assent firewall protocols, the differences between them, and the firewall port configurations needed to make them work.
* Configure a server traversal zone on a VCS expressway and client traversal zone on a VCS Control for SIP and H.323 communication.
* Describe alternative deployments dependent on customer requirements including simple, typical, mutual, and DMZ solutions.
Lesson 7: Call Policy
* Describe the benefits of transforms, particularly when used with larger implementations, to provide least cost and alternative routing.
* Configure transform rules for a given example.
* Prioritize transforms.
* Create a call policy to prevent some endpoints contacting others.
Lesson 8: FindMe
* Add local users to the VCS.
- Prerequisites & Certificates
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows: * Completed and passed the PATVSEE exam * Completed and passed the PATVSEA exam * Completed PAIATVS1 class
Certificate of Completion
- Cancellation Policy
Public Schedule - Instructor Led Training:
Cancellation notice of 10 (ten) business days is required to cancel a course without penalty. Cancellation of less than 10 (ten) business days prior to the start of the course or non-attendance will result in a charge of 100% of the course cost.
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Substitutions of enrolled students in scheduled classes are permitted prior to the class start on the first day. ARP's choice of instructor for any course is subject to change.
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