Cisco Cube Configuration Online Training
This intermediate Cisco Cube Configuration training prepares learners to connect an enterprise's Internet Telephony Service to a Public Switched Telephone Network with Cisco's Unified Border Element.
Cisco's Unified Border Element, or CUBE, is a lot like a traditional voice gateway, but instead of connecting two networks with a physical voice trunk, it relies on an IP connection to connect two separate VoIP networks to one another.
If you're an IT professional who's responsible for making sure phone calls connect, keeping sites in-touch, and providing conversations that remain stable, take this CUBE configuration training. It shows you how to keep Cisco collaboration technologies working at their best.
After completing this Cisco training you'll know how to connect an enterprise's Internet Telephony Service to a Public Switched Telephone Network with Cisco's Unified Border Element.
For anyone who manages their Cisco training, this Cisco training can be used to onboard new network administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Cisco reference resource.
Cisco Cube Configuration: What You Need to Know
This Cisco Cube Configuration training has videos that cover Cisco best practices topics including:
- Planning and initializing a CUBE installation
- Replacing FXO ports and physical connections with a CUBE set-up
- Providing protocol interworking for a collaboration network
- Hiding internal IP addresses with address hiding
Who Should Take Cisco Cube Configuration Training?
This Cisco Cube Configuration training is considered administrator-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This networking skills course is designed for network administrators with three to five years of experience with Cisco best practices.
New or aspiring network administrators. Not all network administrators will need to know how to manage a Cisco CUBE. But if you're hoping to eventually land a job that includes managing voice gateways or maintaining VoIP functionality on a network, learning how to use and configure Cisco's CUBE will give you more flexibility and capabilities later in your career.
Experienced network administrators. If you've already been working as a network administrator for a while, by taking this CUBE configuration training, you see what your network equipment is capable of for VoIP purposes, and what will need to change. If you ever want to incorporate collaboration technologies onto your network, with this training you'll know how to plan ahead and get it right.