You'll learn about gateways on Cisco networking devices and how a properly configured XE Gateway can get your network users all the media resources they need. This course covers using Cisco voice gateways codecs, configuring media resources, and even managing the Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE).
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Cisco IOS XE Gateway and Media Resources FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course is ideal for collaboration engineers or collaboration administrators. It's also a good course for any network administrators who would like to focus or specialize their skills in managing media resources across a network. This is an intermediate-level skills course, so brand new administrators may struggle a bit.
No, this media resource management training and IOS XE Gateway course isn't associated with any specific Cisco certifications. The course doesn't focus on all the additional memorization and extra studying that comes with preparing for a certification exam, it's focused on giving you experience with actually configuring Cisco gateways.
Depending on your level of experience, Cisco's CCNA is a good certification to begin preparing for after this course – and a lot of the administration knowledge will help you. The CCNP Collaboration is a good choice for more experienced administrators who find this course applicable to their jobs.
You should take this training because the number of people who can actually configure a Cisco gateway so it connects media resources to a network is surprisingly small. After this course, you'll be the administrator on the team who actually knows how to play the right Hold Music.