This course will be beneficial for Systems Technicians and Engineers.
This course is designed for personnel responsible for implementing an IP Peer Network solution for a network that includes multiple Communication Server 1000 systems. IP Peer Networking lets customers distribute system functionality over a Quality of Service (QoS)–managed network. Systems are interconnected by industry standard linking and communication technologies. Interconnected systems work together in the network over IP facilities using direct IP media paths, instead of circuit switching. IMPORTANT: This course addresses the minimum programming required to implement an IP Peer Network solution on a fully–operational system that is already configured for least cost routing. This course does NOT provide training on how to program Basic Alternate Route Selection/Network Alternate Route Selection (BARS/NARS) features on a new system. BARS/NARS provisioning requires specialized training and skills for proper design and implementation on a new system and should be limited to qualified personnel. Improper configuration can result in serious technical difficulties potential liability issues
Overview: - Interworking protocols and standards - Virtual Trunks - Address Translation and call rolling Lesson 2 – Prepare the System for Integration - Add a Virtual D-Channel. - Define the customer to support Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). - Define bandwidth zones. - Add H.323 and SIP Virtual Routes and Trunks. - Verify quality of service (QoS) and CODEC selections. - Validate and save input. Lesson 3 – Dialing Plan and Network Design: -Distinguish types of dialing plans -Plan a dialing plan for a multi-site and system network, per customer requirement. -Program basic dialing and numbering plan and network controls on the Call server such as Electronic Switched Network (ESN) access codes, per customer requirement. Lesson 4 – Configure the Signaling Gateways - Configure the H.323 and/or SIP gateway properties - Configure Signaling Server Properties for the NRS Lesson 5 – Configure the Network Routing Service - Distinguish types of dialing plans. - Plan a dialing plan for a for multi-site and system network, per customer requirements. - Program basic dialing and numbering plan and network controls on the Call Server, such as Electronic Switched Network (ESN) access codes, per customer requirements. Lesson 6 – Emergency Services Access (ESA) - Identify the challenges in supporting emergency services in the VoIP environment - Identify features designed to provide ESA in the VoIP environment - Determine programming requirements and considerations when implementing Emergency Services Access (ESA) in and IP Network
- Implement an IP Peer Networking solution for a multi–site network that includes fully operational CS 1000 systems. - After completing this class, you will be able to complete these tasks: - Identify IP Peer Networking hardware and software requirements. - Communicate about IP Peer Networking concepts and terminology. - Program the CS 1000 Call Server to meet the minimum programming requirements for IP Peer Networking. Standardize the dialing plan for use in a network that includes multiple CS 1000 systems, per selected customer scenarios. - Enable and configure CS 1000 signaling gateway properties. - Configure the CS 1000 Network Routing Service (NRS) for centralized address management and call routing.