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Avaya Communication Server 1000E Release 7.x Implementation and Upgrade (6376)

Learn to install or migrate to CS 1000 Release 7.x and become familiar with the functions of the Avaya System Manager.

In this course, you will learn to implement and upgrade the Avaya Communication Server 1000E (CS 1000E) system. You will learn about the hardware and software components of the CS 1000E and to install and verify the correct installation of the hardware and software. You will also learn the process to upgrade to a CS 1000E Release 7.0 system. The CS 1000 portfolio includes full featured, server-based IP PBXs that can be fully distributed over the IP LAN and WAN infrastructures of enterprise environments.

What You'll Learn

  • System platform requirements
  • System hardware and software components
  • Plan CS 1000E system installation and a system upgrade to CS 1000E Release 7.5
  • Install hardware components on a CS 1000E High Availability (HA) system with CP PM Call Servers and CP DC Signaling server
  • Install and configure CP PM Call Server software (VxWorks)
  • Install Linux Base OS
  • Install and configure applications using UCM/System Manager Deployment Services
  • Configure the Signaling Server Gateway
  • Install and configure the Media Gateway Controller (MGC)
  • Upgrade an Option 11C 5.x system to a CS 1000E 7.5 CPMG/128 Co-Resident system

Who Needs to Attend

Technicians and individuals responsible for installing and upgrading the Avaya Communication Server 1000E system

Prerequisites

Prerequisite Skills:

  • Familiarity with the functions of System Manager
  • Voice over IP essential knowledge, including the major components of VoIP, signaling standards and protocols, switching technologies, voice quality, and codecs
  • Standard documentation usage to locate the meaning of alarms and messages
  • CS 1000 system and software architecture, user interfaces, and system management methodology
  • Log in procedures and ability to communicate with the CS 1000 system using the Command Line Interface (CLI) or Element Manager
  • Programming and maintenance procedures for system, customer, and individual telephone databases for a CS 1000 system
  • Programming experience on routes and trunks using Element Manager or the CLI, and ability to print the appropriate reports to verify the programming
  • Add, move, change, or delete telephones or consoles experience and ability to print the appropriate reports to verify the programming
  • Knowledge of validating the configuration and installation of an IP Line node and system
  • Experience installing and configuring IP Phones
  • Ability to perform system backup
  • Ability to navigate Unified Communications Management Common Services, Deployment Manager, CS 1000 Element Manager, Network Routing Service Manager, and Subscriber Manager
  • Ability to identify troubleshooting tools, applications, and management functions available with the CS 1000 system
  • Avaya Communication Server (CS) 1000 7.x System Administration and Management (6351)
  • Avaya Communication Server 1000 Familiarization Release 7.x (0200)

Follow-On Courses

  • Avaya Communication Server 1000 Dialing Plan Design and IP Peer Networking (0781)

Certification Programs and Certificate Tracks

This course is part of the following programs or tracks:

  • Avaya Certified Implementation Specialist (ACIS) - Avaya Communication Server 1000 for Avaya Aura�
  • Avaya Certified Support Specialist (ACSS) - Avaya Communication Server 1000 for Avaya Aura�

Course Outline

1. System Overview

2. System Components

3. Planning System Installation and Upgrades

4. CS 1000E System Hardware Installation

5. Install and Configure CP PM Call Server Software (VxWorks)

6. Install the Linux Base Operating System

7. Configure Security Services

8. Deploy Applications

9. Signaling Server Gateway Configuration

10. Gateway Controller Configuration

11. Upgrades to CS 1000E Release 7.5

Labs

Lab 1: CS1000E System Hardware Installation

  • Installing System Components
    • CP DC Signaling Server
    • CP MG 32/ 128
    • CP PM (Call Server, Signaling Server, Co-Res)
    • Media Gateway Controller
    • DSP Daughterboards
  • Connecting CS 1000E System Components
  • LAN Connections and LED Indicators
  • Block Diagrams

Lab 2: Install and Configure CP PM Call Server Software (VxWorks)

  • System Software Installation
    • CP PM Call Server
    • Second CP PM Call Server
    • Making System Redundant
    • Testing the System
    • Performing Backup
  • Configuring the CS 1000E Call Server
    • Configuring ELAN and TLAN Access
    • Configuring Media Gateway Bandwidth Zones
    • Prepare the Call Server and Media Gateway for Management
    • Password Security (OAM Security)
    • Configure PTYs
    • Configure CDB
    • Configure Digital Data Block
    • Perform Backup
  • Join the Security Domain

Lab 3: Install the Linux Base Operating System

  • Pre-Loaded Software
  • Non-Pre-Loaded Software
  • Fully Qualified Domain Name
  • User Account and Access Control

Lab 4: Deploy Applications Using the UCM/System Manager Deployment Services

Lab 5: Signaling Server Gateway Configuration

Lab 6: Media Gateway Controller Configuration

  • MGC Media Daughterboard Installation
  • Connect, Power Up, and Initiate Boot
  • Initial Configuration
  • Complete MGC Configuration on the Call Server using Element Manager
  • Tone and Conference and DTRs
  • Tone Detectors for MFR
  • MGC Media Daughterboards
  • Verify Configuration and Status
  • Back Up the Call Server
  • Join the Security Domain
  • Install and Configure Telephones

Lab 7: Upgrades to CS 1000E Release 7.x

  • Save Customer Database from Option 11C Call Server
  • Add the CPMG Card to the Chassis
    • Cable the Card to the Chassis and to the Layer 2 Switch
    • Boot the CPMG Co-Resident for the First Time
    • Log in to UCM using Default PW and Configure UCM Security Services
    • Upload Software to UCM Deployment Library
    • Access UCM Deployment Service to Deploy Software Application Packages as Required (CS, EM, SIPL, etc.)
    • Transfer Small System Database to Large System Format
    • Configure the Gateway Controller
  • Perform a System Backup
  • Add SIPL Gateway Functionality to the System
  • Verify Success of Upgrade
    • Join Devices to Security Domain



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