New Training: Cisco Collaboration: Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)
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New Training: Cisco Collaboration: Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)

In this 8-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Lalo Nunez reviews the Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) and the different methods BAT can be used to provision users, directory numbers, and devices. Watch this new Cisco training.

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This training includes:

  • 8 videos
  • 47 minutes of training

You’ll learn these topics in this skill:

  • Intro: Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Insert Phones
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Query
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Using a Custom File
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Import/Export
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Generating Phone Reports
  • Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Generating User Reports

What is the Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)?

The Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) is a web-based application that is a component of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM). It lets you add, update, delete and make changes to a large set of similar devices in your Cisco network, such as phones, users and ports.

To use BAT, do the following:

  1. Configure a template.
  2. Define the data format.
  3. Collect the devices' data.
  4. Upload the data.
  5. Validate the data.
  6. Submit the job.
  7. Schedule the job.
  8. Execute the job.

At the heart of BAT is the Bulk Provision Service (BPS). This service, which you start from Unified Communications Manager Serviceability, manages the jobs that you submit through BAT.

BAT also includes an optional component called the Unified Communications Manager Auto-Register Phone Tool, which lets you add a large number of phones without the need of entering MAC addresses.

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