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  1. Hi, Guys Need some advice here. Part 1, Should I go for CCIE Collaboration OR CCIE DC? Part 2, The CCIE DCv2 blueprint is out and it is clear what is required comparing to v1. What is the difference between Collaboration v1 and the current v1.1 then? Is that v1.1 just for written, not for lab? I recently went to cisco event to experience the cisco spark. Quiet impressive and it makes me think maybe I should plan for collaboration instead of DC...
  2. Hello, I need your opinion about voicebootcamp CCIE collaboration study kit 2.0. Does it have full knowledge about the CCIE exam for both written and lab?
  3. [hide][Hidden Content]] Make use hide tags while posting download links. Read board rules. Usage: [ hide ] link [ /hide ] (without spaces)
  4. Good to gain better knowledge about QoS [hide] [Hidden Content]]
  5. Hi, I failed my lab exam few days back, it was my first attempt and hit with lab 4. I was not well prepared for lab 4 and because of that i failed. Here are few updates which i am sharing with community members. Please donot ask Lab locatioin, whatever i remembered i am sharing. Section 1 : No change 100% same Section 2 : E.164 number should be registered as a DN for HQ Phoen 1 , HQ Phone 2 and Site B Phone 1 but extension to extension dialing should remain 4 digit. URI Dialing prefer the name not uri. To achieve this task you should configure translation pattern, translation profile and applied on gateway and trunks. Rest almost routing is same except mva no its is asked to use 9723033300 and SIP to stip call between hq and sb uses codec transparent. Section 3 : Almost same but only one new part added with extension mobility for new user on site c. Section 4 : QOS Task same as before. Section 5 : HQ and CUC is SIP Integeration and SB is sccp and codec for both g711ualaw. both should import users not create. Section 6 : ICD i don't remember exactly but it was something configure phone service on hq phone configure the icd so that ag ent can still answer calls entering into the queue. section 7 : Same but change in client request that chat should be automtically delted when sign in. I hope it will be helpful for other members. sharing is caring. Best of luck guys.
  6. How's Networkbulls for CCIE Collab training?
  7. I would like to know if anyone has CollabCert videos and workbook to share. How CollabCert compare to INE/IPExpert? If no share is available, anyone like to have a GroupBuy GB? Video+Workbook is about US$2500.
  8. Hi all, As you must know Cisco released a new version of all CCIE written exams adding the topics SDN, Cloud and IoT. It doesn´t matter what track you want to follow. You must study these technologies. So let´s help each other so all of us can get our objectives.
  9. Hi, Could anyone please share the latest link to download the Videos for CCIE Collaboration. Thanks in Advance
  10. I am planning to take CCIE COllaboration by june end, anyone interested please join,
  11. are you thinking to study seriously and based in UAE ? PM immediately . i have my own lab with all latest gear , lets talk to complete the mission .
  12. CCIE Collaboration Lab Equipment and Software List Passing the lab exam requires a depth of understanding difficult to obtain without hands-on experience. Early in your preparation you should arrange access to equipment similar to that used on the exam, and listed below: Lab Equipment: Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) C460 Rack Server Cisco 3925 Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) Cisco 2921 Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) ISR G2 Modules and Interface Cards - 1-Port 3rd Gen Multiflex Trunk Voice/WAN Int. Cards - T1/E1 - Cisco High-Density Packet Voice Digital Signal Processor Modules (PVDM3) - Cisco Service Ready Module 710 Service Module with Cisco Unity Express - 4-port Cisco Gigabit EtherSwitch 10/100/1000BASE-TX autosensing EHWIC with POE [*]Cisco Catalyst 3750-X Series Switch [*]Cisco Unified IP Phones 7965 and 9971 [*]Cisco Jabber for Windows [*]Cisco Jabber Video for Cisco Telepresence* *In backbone, no candidate configuration required Software Versions Any major software release which has been generally available for six months is eligible for testing in the CCIE Collaboration Lab Exam. Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.1 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express 9.1 Cisco Unified Contact Center Express 9.0 Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence 9.1 Cisco Unity Connection 9.1 Cisco Unity Express 8.6 All routers use IOS version 15.2(4) M Train Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches uses 15.0(2) Main Train Network Interfaces Fast Ethernet Frame Relay Telephony Interfaces T1/E1
  13. 15+ Hours of Video Instruction CCIE Collaboration Lab Exam LiveLessons is a comprehensive video training package that helps you prepare for the rigorous CCIE Collaboration Lab exam, an eight-hour, hands-on exam, which requires you to configure a Cisco enterprise collaboration network, by walking you through the various configuration and troubleshooting challenges you will face on the lab. Expert Cisco collaboration instructor Kevin Wallace provides you with more than 15 hours of video instruction. The product includes 16 videos that walk you through a mock CCIE Collaboration lab exam designed by the author to illustrate how you would tackle the actual lab on your lab day. In addition to these 16 mock-lab tutorials, Kevin also provides you with 13 supplemental video lessons covering both test-taking tips and concepts that are critical to know before attempting the exam. Skill Level: Advanced What You Will Learn • Configure a Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series switch and Cisco 2900 Series routers in a mock CCIE Collaboration lab • Deploy the Cisco Unity Express Module • Configure CUCM • Configure H.323 and MGCP gateway and SIP trunks • Configure and troubleshoot call routing on both CUCM and CUCME • Implement Number Globalization/Localization, URI Dialing, and Video Conferencing • Deploy Cisco Unified Contact Center Express • Implement Cisco IM and Presence Server • Review exam preparation strategies Who Should Take This Course? The primary audience for this product is anyone preparing for the CCIE Collaboration certification. Introduction: This video welcomes you to the walkthrough video series and sets the stage for the next 16 modules. Module 1: Mapping Out Your Day: This video shows you how to spend the first 20 minutes of your lab day. Specifically, you’ll see how to create a table on scratch paper that will provide you with an efficient sequence for walking through the lab tasks. Module 2: Doing EVERYTHING on Switch SW1: This video performs all of the lab tasks requiring access to the Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series switch. For example, basic VLAN configuration is performed, in addition to advanced quality of service (QoS) configurations. Module 3: Configuring Router HQ (Part 1 of 2): This video demonstrates initial configurations on the HQ router. These include VLANs, DHCP, NTP, and H.323 GW configurations. Module 4: Configuring Router HQ (Part 2 of 2): T his video continues with the configuration of the HQ router. Specifically, the HQ router is configured for SIP trunk support, call routing, a video conference bridge, and QoS. Module 5: Configuring Router BR1: Router BR1 is an MGCP gateway requiring minimal configuration. Therefore, this video demonstrates basic tasks including the configuration of VLANs, DHCP, and NTP. Module 6: Configuring Router BR2 (Part 1 of 2): This video begins the configuration of BR2 with VLAN, DHCP, and NTP features. The tasks then increase in difficulty, inducing the registration of SIP and SCCP IP phones with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME). Module 7: Configuring Router BR2 (Part 2 of 2): This video continues the configuration of router BR2 by configuring the router as an H.323 GW and a SIP GW. Additionally, this module demonstrates configuring call routing on router BR2 and the configuration of ad-hoc conferencing. Module 8: Configuring Cisco Unity Express (CUE): This video shows how to initialize and configure the Cisco Unity Express (CUE) module installed in router BR2. The video then demonstrates how to integrate CUE with CUCME, along with a CUE customization task. Module 9: Basic CUCM Configuration: This video covers several basic CUCM configuration tasks, such as IP address assignment, NTP, registering both SIP and SCCP IP phones, and performing IP phone customization. Module 10: H.323 GW, MGCP GW, and SIP Trunk Configuration: This video shows how to configure the CUCM server at HQ to use the HQ router as an H.323 GW and how to configure the CUCM server at BR1 to use the BR1 router as an MGCP GW. Also, this video demonstrates how to define a SIP trunk, perform troubleshooting of a video call, and send calls to the BR2 router acting as a SIP GW. Module 11: HQ and BR1 Call Routing: This video shows how to configure call routing for the HQ and BR1 locations. The call routing configuration relies heavily on the use of Translation Patterns and less on the traditionally used Route Patters. Module 12: Number Globalization/Localization, URI Dialing, and Video Conferencing: With the CUCM server now configured (as demonstrated in the prior videos), this video shows the configuration of CUCM features including number globalization and localization, URI dialing, and video conferencing. Module 13: Cisco Unity Connection (CUC) Base Configuration and Customization: This video demonstrates how to perform both an SCCP integration and a SIP integration between Cisco Unity Connection (CUC) servers and CUCM servers. After the integration is complete, the video shows a CUC customization task. Module 14: Doing EVERYTHING on Cisco Unified Contact Center Express (UCCX): This video completes an integration between a UCCX server and a CUCM server. Then, this video shows how to configure one-button login for call agents and shows how to do some scripting by creating a customized script that runs when users call into the UCCX server. Module 15: Doing EVERYTHING on Cisco IM and Presence Server: This video completes the Cisco IM and Presence server integration with the CUCM server at the HQ location. Then, you learn how to configure the Cisco Jabber for Windows client to log into the Cisco IM and Presence server. Module 16: Verification: One the real lab, you probably won’t have time to verify each task as you do it. Therefore, it’s recommended that, for some tasks, you wait until the end of the day to perform verification. That’s the focus of this video, going back and verifying any tasks that have not previously been verified. Summary: This video summarizes the 16 module mock lab walkthrough series of videos. BONUS Video #1: Your Framework of Success: This video describes four foundational directives that can dramatically increase your odds of passing the CCIE Collaboration Lab. BONUS Video #2: Constructing Your Collaboration Home Lab: This video shows you what types of equipment you need to construct your own CCIE Collaboration practice lab. BONUS Video #3: Troubleshooting—The Deal-Breaker: Troubleshooting is a key skill to have for the CCIE Collaboration Lab, and this video walks you through some common troubleshooting issues you might encounter and discusses how to avoid and/or resolve those issues. BONUS Video #4: Simplifying Cisco Catalyst 3560/3750 QoS: For many lab candidates, one of the most challenging topics on the lab is configuring QoS on a Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series switch. In this 90+ minute video, you learn everything you need to know about this challenging topic. BONUS Video #5: CUCMv9 Update—Enterprise License Manager: This video demonstrates a new feature introduced in CUCM 9.x, the Enterprise License Manager, which allows you to have a centralized server that controls licensing for other servers in a cluster (or even in a different cluster). BONUS Video #6: CUCMv9 Update—Influencing Codec Selection: This video shows you how to use a codec preference list to influence codec selection within and between regions. BONUS Video #7: CUCMv9 Update—Adding a Pause to Speed Dials: This video demonstrates another new feature introduced in CUCM 9.x, the ability to pause when dialing numbers from a speed dial button. BONUS Video #8: CUCMv9 Update—Configuring Call Queuing: Yet another new feature introduced in CUCM 9.x is the ability to add call queuing to hunt groups. This video shows you how to set it up. BONUS Video #9: CUCMv9 Update—URI Dialing: This video demonstrates how you can call someone using their Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), as opposed to their phone number. BONUS Video #10: CUCMv9 Update—Location Enhancements: CUCM 9.x dramatically improved the capabilities of the Locations feature. This video tells you what’s new and shows you how to set it up. BONUS Video #11: CUCMv9 Update—CTI Extended and Connect: Another new CUCM 9.x feature is CTI Extend and Connect, which supports interoperability between unified communications devices and legacy telephony devices. BONUS Video #12: CUCMv9 Update—Support for LDAP and Manually Added Users: This video explains an enhancement added in CUCM 9.x, the ability to simultaneously have users defined in the local CUCM database and users defined on an LDAP server. BONUS Video #13: CUCMv9 Update—User Interface Updates: This video highlights some of the cosmetic and functional changes made to the CUCM user interface. High Quality 1080p (25gb) [Hidden Content] Low Quality 360p (3gb) Note: These videos took a long time. Initially, the were all downloaded at 360p which made it impossible to see the CUCM drop down menus in the video. So I had to go back, manually tell each video to go to 1080p, as the website refused to save my settings, then redownload, reorganize, rename, ane reupload a whole new set. I uploaded the 360p videos because people complain about file size rather than being grateful. Personally, I deleted my own local 360p videos. I know the videos are huge. They are also ridiculously good quality. And when you see the menus in the video (check it out with just the first one), you will come back here and thank me a second time for providing the largest video version possible. • I won't be providing a torrent. • I won't be providing another quality or compressed videos. edit: please use JDOWNLOADER. if you are not familiar, check this post: [Hidden Content]
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  16. Hello All, Does anybody has IPexpert or INE CCIE Collaboration workbooks? Or some self study guide for CCIE Collaboration written exam? Please share.
  17. CCIE Collaboration Lab Exam Topics The CCIE Collaboration Lab exam topics provided are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the lab exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice. Exam Topics Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco Collaboration Infrastructure Network Services DNS DHCP TFTP NTP CDP/LLDP Voice and Data Vlan IP Routing in Cisco Collaboration Solutions IP Multicast Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communications Manager CUCM SCCP Endpoints CUCM MGCP Gateways CUCM SIP Endpoints and Trunks CUCM H.323 Gateways and Trunks Voice and Video CODECs RTP and RTCP Device Registration and Redundancy Codec Selection CUCM Call Features Call Park Call Pickup BLF Speed Dials Native Call Queuing Call Hunting Meet-Me CUCM Dial Plan Globalized Call Routing Local Route Group Time of Day Routing Application Dial Rules Digit Manipulations and Presentations CUCM Media Resources TRP MoH CFB Transcoder/MTP Annunciator MRG/MRGL CUCM Mobility EM/EMCC Device Mobility Mobile Connect CUCM Serviceability and OS Administration Service Activation Database Replication CDR CMR ILS/URI Dialing Directory URI ISL Topology Blended Addressing Call Admission Control CAC/ELCAC RSVP SIP Pre-conditions SAF and CCD Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco IOS UC Applications and Features CUCME Phone Registration and Features SCCP Phones SIP Phones SRST Phone Registration and Features CME-as-SRST MGCP Fallback CUE AA Scripting Voiceview Web Inbox MWI VPIM IOS Based Call Queuing IOS Media Resources Conferencing Transcoding DSP Management MOH CUBE Mid call signaling SIP profiles Early/Delayed offer DTMF interworking Digital Voice Signaling (T1/E1 PRI) Q.921 and Q.931 Caller ID IOS Dial-Plan SAF/CCD IOS CAC Configure and Troubleshoot Quality of Service and Security in Cisco Collaboration Solutions QoS: Link Efficiency (e.g. LFI, MLPPP, FRF.12, cRTP, VAD) QoS: Classification and Marking Voice Traffic Video Traffic QoS: Congestion Management Layer 2 Priorities Low Latency Queue Traffic Policing and Shaping Security: Default Security Features Security: Toll Fraud Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco Unity Connection CUCM Integration CUCME Integration Single Inbox MWI Call Handlers CUC Dial-plan Directory Handlers CUC Features Voicemail Networking Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco Unified Contact Center Express UCCX CTI Integration UCCX ICD Functions UCCX Scripts Customization Configure and Troubleshoot Cisco Unified IM Presence CUCM Integration Jabber for Windows Federation
  18. CCIE Collaboration Written Exam Topics The topic areas listed are general guidelines for the type of content that is likely to appear on the exam. Please note, however, that other relevant or related topic areas may also appear. All exam materials are provided and no outside reference materials are allowed. Exam Sections and Sub Task Objectives Cisco Collaboration Infrastructure UC Deployment Models User Management IP Routing in Cisco Collaboration Solutions Virtualization in Cisco Collaboration Solutions UCS VMware Answer Files Wireless in Cisco Collaboration Solutions Network Services DNS DHCP TFTP NTP CDP/LLDP Power over Ethernet Voice and Data VLAN IP Multicast IPv6 Telephony Standards and Protocols SCCP Call Flows Call States Endpoints types MGCP Call Flows Call States Endpoints types SIP Call Flows Call States SDP BFCP H.323 and RAS Call Flows Call States Gatekeeper H.239 Voice and Video CODECs H.264 ILBC ISAC LATM G.722 Wide band RTP, RTCP, sRTP Cisco Unified Communications Manager Device Registration and Redundancy Device Settings Codec Selection Call Features Call Park Call Pickup BLF Speed Dials Native Call Queuing Call Hunting Meet-Me Dial Plan Globalized Call Routing Local Route Group Time of Day Routing Application Dial Rules Digit Manipulations Media Resources TRP MoH CFB Transcoder/MTP Annunciator MRG/MRGL CUCM Mobility EM/EMCC Device Mobility Mobile Connect MVA CUCM Serviceability and OS Administration Database Replication CDR Service Activation CMR CUCM Disaster Recovery ILS/URI Dialing Directory URI ISL Topology Blended Addressing Call Admission Control CAC/ELCAC RSVP SIP Pre-conditions SIP and H323 Trunks SIP Trunks H.323 Trunks Number Presentation and Manipulation SAF and CCD Call Recording and Silent Monitoring Cisco IOS UC Applications and Features CUCME SCCP Phones Registration SIP Phones Registration SNR SRST CME-as-SRST MGCP Fallback MMOH in SRST CUE AA Scripting Voiceview Web Inbox MWI VPIM IOS Based Call Queuing B-ACD Voice huntgroups Call Blast IOS Media Resources Conferencing Transcoding DSP Management CUBE Mid-call signaling SIP profiles Early/Delayed offer DTMF interworking Box-to-Box Failover/Redundancy Fax and Modem Protocols Analog Telephony Signaling Analog Telephony Signaling Theories (FXS/FXO) Caller ID Line Voltage Detection THL Sweep FXO Disconnect Echo Digital Telephony Signaling Digital Telephony Signaling Theories (T1/E1, BRI/PRI/CAS) Q.921 and Q.931 QSIG Caller ID R2 NFAS IOS Dial-Plan Translation Profile Dial-peer matching logics Test Commands SAF/CCD IOS CAC IOS Accounting Quality of Service and Security in Cisco Collaboration Solutions QoS: Link Efficiency (e.g. LFI, MLPPP, FRF.12, cRTP, VAD) QoS: Classification and Marking Voice vs Video Classification Soft Clients vs Hard Clients Trust Boundaries QoS: Congestion Management Layer 2 Priorities Low Latency Queue Traffic Policing and Shaping QoS: Medianet QoS: WiressQoS Security: Mixed Mode Cluster Security: Secured Phone Connectivity VPN Phones Phone Proxy TLS Proxy 802.1x Security: Default Security Features Security: Firewall Traversal Security: Toll Fraud Cisco Unity Connection CUCM and CUCME Integration Single Inbox MWI Call Handlers CUC Dial-plan Directory Handlers CUC Features High Availability Visual Voicemail Voicemail for Jabber Voicemail Networking Cisco Unified Contact Center Express (UCCX) UCCX CTI Integration ICD Functions UCCX Scripting Components Cisco Unified IM Presence Cisco Unified IM Presence Components CUCM Integration Cisco Jabber Federation Presence Cloud Solutions Group chat and Compliance
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