New Training: Quality of Service (QoS) for Cisco Voice and Cisco Video
In this 50-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Jeff Kish covers the knowledge network administrators need to provide enhanced quality of service for a Cisco network that needs voice and video capabilities.
Quality of Service, or QoS, is a huge and complicated topic that ultimately boils down to making sure that a network delivers traffic fast enough to provide services that require very low latency — especially streaming video and real-time collaboration technologies. Many, many factors go into providing seamless collaboration services, but in the end the networking is key. This Quality of Service (QoS) for Cisco Voice and Video training familiarizes learners with how to identify and check every network component along the path of the media flow and maximize its throughput to ensure the highest quality transmission.
The eight-part series covers topics such as assessing the current quality of service of a given network, analyzing a network’s ability to provide sufficient quality of service for voice and video, and configuring a network to either optimize or partition existing traffic and silo QoS concerns.
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The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
QoS Trust Boundaries
Review and Quiz
This training includes:
7 hour of training