New Training: Cisco Collaboration Protocols, Codecs, and Endpoints
In this 38-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Lalo Nunez covers the knowledge network administrators need to recognize, navigate, and configure the codecs and protocols which different Cisco collaboration endpoints use to provide seamless and lag-free communications.
If you think managing Cisco’s different collaboration endpoints is a simple task, consider that at last count, they offered over 18 different unique devices — for conference room collaboration alone. That doesn’t include their desktop devices, IP phones, headsets or peripherals. While many of those devices speak the same “language”, most don’t — and need the help of knowledgeable network administrators to make sure their data gets packaged, transmitted, received and unpacked correctly. This Cisco Collaboration Protocols, Codecs, and Endpoints training provides exactly that: practice with actually configuring endpoints, their codecs and the networks they transit to ensure optimal collaboration for a network of users.
The four-part series covers topics such as cisco’s suite of endpoints and their associated codecs and protocols, configuring codecs on a Cisco collaboration device, and configuring network traffic to accommodate collaboration protocols .
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
- Cisco Collaboration: Troubleshooting Phone Registration
- Cisco Collaboration: Bulk Administration Tool (BAT)
- Cisco Collaboration: Provisioning Endpoints
- Cisco Collaboration: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Topics this training covers include:
- Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Query
- Phone Wireshark capture
- Universal Line Template
- Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) – Using a Custom File
- Collecting logs from CUCM
This training includes:
- 3 hour of training
- 38 videos