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CCVP CVOICE Quick Reference, Second Edition

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CCVP CVOICE Quick Reference (Digital Short Cut)

Kevin Wallace, CCIE No. 7945

ISBN-10: 1-58705-824-3

ISBN-13: 978-1-58705-824-0

As a final exam preparation tool, the CCVP CVoice Quick Reference, Second Edition provides a concise review of all objectives on the CVoice exam (642-436). This digital Short Cut provides you with detailed, graphical-based information, highlighting only the key topics in cram-style format.

With this document as your guide, you will review topics on foundational elements of VOIP calls, the description of dial plans, and the implementation of gateways, gatekeepers, and IP-IP gateways. This fact-filled Quick Reference allows you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of essential exam concepts.

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. 1. Understanding VoIP Basics
    1. VoIP Components and Protocols
      1. VoIP Components
      2. VoIP Signaling Protocols
        1. H.323
        2. Session Initiation Protocol
        3. Media Gateway Control Protocol
        4. Skinny Client Control Protocol
      3. VoIP Media Protocols
    2. VoIP Gateways
    3. VoIP Deployment Models
      1. Single-Site Deployment
      2. Multisite WAN with Centralized Call Processing Deployment
      3. Multisite WAN with Distributed Call Processing Deployment
      4. Clustering over the WAN Deployment
  3. 2. Addressing VoIP Design Considerations
    1. Voice-Quality Considerations
    2. The Challenge of Compressing Nonvoice Streams
      1. Fax Transmission
      2. Modem Transmission
      3. DTMF Transmission
        1. Options for H.323 DTMF Relay
        2. Options for MGCP DTMF Relay
        3. SIP DTMF Relay
    3. Factors Impacting Bandwidth Requirements
    4. Digital Signal Processors
      1. DSP Applications
      2. Codec Complexity
      3. DSP Configuration
        1. Cisco IOS DSP Configuration
        2. Cisco UCM Server Configuration to Reference a DSP Farm
  4. 3. Understanding and Configuring Analog Voice Ports
    1. Call Types
    2. Analog Voice Ports
    3. Analog Signaling
    4. Configuring Analog Voice Ports
      1. FXS Port Configuration
      2. FXO Port Configuration
      3. E&M Port Configuration
      4. Timing Options
    5. Dial Peers
      1. POTS Dial Peers
      2. VoIP Dial Peers
      3. Matching Multiple Phone Numbers Using Wildcards
      4. Inbound Versus Outbound Dial-Peer Matching
      5. Multiple Dial Peers with Matching Destination Patterns
      6. Digit Forwarding
      7. Voice-Port and Dial-Peer Verification
  5. 4. Understanding and Configuring Digital Voice Ports
    1. Digital Voice-Port Theory
      1. Multiplexing, Framing, and Line Coding
      2. Approaches to Digital Signaling
        1. Common Channel Signaling
        2. Channel Associated Signaling
    2. CAS Configuration
    3. CCS Configuration
      1. Q Signaling
      2. Non-Facility Associated Signaling
    4. Verification of Voice Ports
  6. 5. Exploring Gateway Control Protocols
    1. H.323 Theory and Configuration
    2. SIP Theory and Configuration
    3. MGCP Theory and Configuration
  7. 6. Working with Dial Plans
    1. Dial-Plan Characteristics
      1. Dial-Plan Elements
        1. Assigning Endpoint Addresses
        2. Selecting a Path
        3. Manipulating Digits
        4. Applying Call Restrictions
        5. Supporting Call Coverage
    2. PSTN Dial Plans
      1. PSTN Dial-Plan Design Considerations
      2. ISDN Dial-Plan Considerations
      3. Configuring PSTN Dial Plans
        1. Prepending Digits to the Outgoing ANI
        2. Stripping Area Code and Site Code Information from the Incoming DNIS
        3. Monitoring and Troubleshooting PSTN Dial Plans
    3. Numbering-Plan Characteristics
      1. Introduction to Numbering Plans
      2. Types of Numbering Plans
        1. Private Numbering Plans
        2. PSTN Numbering Plans
      3. Integrating Private Numbering Plans with PSTN Numbering Plans
      4. Understanding 911 Services
  8. 7. Implementing Advanced Dial-Plan Features
    1. Digit Manipulation
      1. Using the digit-strip Command
      2. Using the forward-digits Command
      3. Using the prefix Command
      4. Using the num-exp Command
      5. The clid Command
      6. Using Voice Translation Rules and Voice Translation Profiles
    2. Influencing Path Selection
      1. Influencing Path Selection with Dial-Peer Configuration Mode Commands
      2. Influencing Path Selection with Tail-End Hop Off
    3. Restricting Calls with Class of Restriction
      1. CoR Theory
      2. CoR Configuration
  9. 8. Understanding and Configuring Gatekeepers
    1. Gatekeeper Features and Functions
      1. Gatekeeper Functions
        1. Definition of a Zone
        2. Definition of a Zone Prefix
        3. Definition of a Technology Prefix
      2. Registration, Admission, and Status
        1. Discovery RAS Messages
        2. Registration RAS Messages
        3. Admission RAS Messages
        4. Location RAS Messages
      3. Directory Gatekeepers
      4. Advanced Call Routing with GKTMP
    2. Basic Gatekeeper Configuration
      1. Gatekeeper GK1 Configuration
      2. Gateway GW1 Configuration
      3. Gateway GW2 Configuration
    3. Directory Gatekeeper Configuration
      1. Directory Gatekeeper Configuration
      2. Configuring Gatekeeper GK1 to Point to the Directory Gatekeeper
      3. Configuring Gatekeeper GK2 to Point to the Directory Gatekeeper
    4. Using a Gatekeeper for Call Admission Control
      1. Limiting Bandwidth Between Zones
      2. Configuring Zone Bandwidth Limitations
  10. 9. Interconnecting VoIP Networks with a Cisco Unified Border Element
    1. Cisco UBE Theory
      1. Cisco UBE Features
      2. Cisco UBE in the Enterprise
      3. Protocol Interworking
      4. Media Flow in a Cisco UBE Environment
      5. Codec Filtering in a Cisco UBE Environment
      6. RSVP-Based CAC in a Cisco UBE Environment
      7. Using a Gatekeeper in a Cisco UBE Environment
    2. Cisco UBE Configuration
      1. Protocol Interworking
      2. Media Flow and Codec Transparency
      3. Configuring a Via-Zone Gatekeeper for Use with a Cisco UBE
      4. Configuring a Cisco UBE for Use with a Via-Zone Gatekeeper
      5. Verifying Via-Zone Gatekeepers