Cisco Access Gateways and Intercluster Trunks
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To configure Cisco access gateways and intercluster trunks in a Cisco IP Telephony solution
IT professionals responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining the ongoing administration of a Cisco IP Telephony solution; candidates preparing for the Cisco IP Telephony exam (642-444 CIPT)
CCNA certification; Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN); Cisco voice over IP (CVOICE); Microsoft Software for Cisco Voice (MSCV)
Cisco Access Gateways and Intercluster Trunks identify the types of Cisco voice gateways, their core feature requirements, and the gateway protocols they support in an IP telephony network. recognize how to configure H.323, MGCP, and non-IOS MGCP gateways in Cisco CallManager and on the gateway. configure a H.323 gateway in Cisco CallManager and on the gateway itself, for a given scenario. identify the types of trunks and their features and characteristics, which are supported by Cisco CallManager. distinguish between gatekeeper-controlled and nongatekeeper-controlled intercluster trunks and recognize how to configure them in the Cisco CallManager Administration tool. configure a non-gatekeeper controlled intercluster trunk in Cisco CallManager Administration, for a given scenario. identify the characteristics and capabilities of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signaling protocol and recognize how it is implemented and configured in Cisco CallManager.