Learn how to successfully operate and maintain a Cisco DCM.
In this course, you will learn the important theoretical concepts on which the Cisco DCM is based. You will aslo gain the practical knowledge and skills to operate and maintain the Cisco DCM in your network. Common features covered include multiplexing, digital program insertion (DPI), rate control, service and transport stream redundancy, and forward error correction (FEC). Basic maintenance skills are also covered. This course combines lecture materials and hands-on labs throughout to make sure that you are able to successfully operate and maintain a Cisco DCM.
What You'll Learn
- Cisco DCM models, hardware components, and functions
- Exploring the Cisco DCM interface
- Configuring basic service settings
- Transport stream settings
- Rate control with the co-processor card (bit rate limiting and statistical remultiplexing)
- Digital Program Insertion (DPI) splicing process, licensing and restrictions
- Port mirroring and backup
- Service and transport stream backup
- Device backup options
- Configuring alarms and SNMP trap destinations
- Verify bit rates and statuses
- Maintenance recommendations and firmware upgrades
- Exporting and importing device configurations
- Device reboots and factory defaults
Who Needs to Attend
- System engineers
- Technical-support personnel
- Channel partners and resellers
There are no prerequisites for this course.
There are no follow-ons for this course.
1. Cisco DCM Fundamentals
2. Managing Services
3. Rate Control and Digital Program Insertion (DPI)