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Cisco IP Telephony Design Specialist UCAD 642-415

Course Title: Cisco Unified Communications Architecture and Design

Course Code: UCAD 642-415
Duration: 5 Days


Course Overview

The Cisco Unified Communications Architecture and Design (UCAD) training course has been designed to provide an overview of all of the components in a Cisco Unified Communications solution and demonstrates how to effectively engineer and design a Cisco Unified Communications call control solution.

Target Audience

Candidates who should consider attending the UCAD 642-415 Cisco training course include Network architects who design converged networks, system engineers who design customer and organisation solutions, and network engineers who wish to understand the high-level design process.

Course Objectives

On successfully completing the UCAD 642-415 course you will be able to:
  • Be able to identify the components that comprise a complete Cisco Unified Communications solution and size and position products within the solution
  • Properly identify the products and features required in the LAN environment to support Unified Communications call control
  • Calculate the WAN bandwidth requirements to support VoIP calls
  • Sizing the voice gateway
  • Sizing and locating the media resource
  • Identify the issues and components that make up a Cisco Unified Communications call control solution
  • Sizing and locating Cisco Unified Communications call agents, Cisco Unified Communication Manager 8.X
  • Designing the proper dial plan
  • Issues that impact E911 requirements
  • Securing the voice network components

Course Prerequisites

Prior to attending the UCAD 642-415 Cisco training course, candidates should have attended and passed ICND1, ICND2, DESGN, CVOICE, CIPT1, QOS and TDM Telephony or have equivalent experience to fully benefit from this course.

Testing and Certification

The UCAD Cisco training course is the recommended preparation for the 642-415 UCAD - Unified Communications Architecture and Design exam.

Please note that completion of Cisco Lifecycle Services for Advanced Unified Communications (LCSAUC) and Implementing Cisco Quality of Service(QoS) are also required in order to achieve the Cisco IP Telephony Design Specialist certification.

Course Content

Cisco Unified Communications Architecture Overview:
  • Cisco Unified Communications Overview
  • Cisco Unified Messaging Components
  • Mobility and Presence Overview
  • Conferencing Products Overview
  • Contact Center Overview
  • Management Tools
  • Cisco Unified Communications Security
Designing the LAN for Cisco Unified Communications Call Control:
  • Explaining Campus Evolution and Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing High Availability at the Data Link and Network Layers
  • Reviewing LAN QoS for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Access Layer for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Distribution Layer for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Designing the LAN Core Layer for Cisco Unified Communications
Designing the WAN for Cisco Unified Communications Call Control:
  • Designing WANBandwidth Requirements
  • Design WAN QoS for Cisco Unified Communications
  • Sizing and Selecting Voice Gateways
  • Designing Media Resources
Designing Cisco Unified Communications Call Control:
  • Sizing and Positioning Cisco Unified Communications Call Control
  • Designing the Dial Plan
  • Designing Emergency Services
  • Designing a Secure Cisco Unified Communications Solution

Labs

  • Lab 2-1: Designing the Access Layer for IP Telephony
  • Lab 2-2: Designing the Distribution Layer for IP Telephony
  • Lab 2-3: Designing the Core Layer for IP Telephony
  • Lab 3-1: Sizing the WAN Links to Support IP Telephony
  • Lab 4-1: Sizing and Selecting the Voice Gateways for IP Telephony
  • Lab 4-2: Sizing the Media Resources for IP Telephony
  • Lab 4-3: Sizing and Positioning Cisco Unified Communications Call Control
  • Lab 4-4: Designing the Dial Plan
  • Lab 4-5: Designing Emergency Services
  • Final Lab: Designing a Multisite IP Telephony Solution
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