SIP, MGCP, and Call Control Comparison
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To recognize how to configure, monitor, and troubleshoot SIP and MGCP on a Cisco router, and determine the best call control model for a network
IT professionals responsible for preparing, configuring, and maintaining a voice and data network; candidates preparing for the Cisco Certified Voice Professional certification (CVOICE 642-432)
Working knowledge of LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing; an understanding of traditional public switched telephone network operations and technologies; internetworking skills covered in the Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) course; Cisco Voice Fundamentals (CVF) v1.0 e-learning course completion
SIP, MGCP, and Call Control Comparison recognize the functionality of SIP, and identify the types of user agents and servers used by SIP. distinguish between the types, use, and structure of SIP messages, identify SIP address formats, and recognize how SIP addresses are registered and resolved. distinguish between SIP interworking models for call setup, recognize strategies for maintaining VoIP service, and identify SIP components supported by Cisco. identify the configuration commands used to implement SIP call setup models, and the commands used to provide support for monitoring and troubleshooting SIP. recognize the function of MGCP and identify its associated standards, components, endpoints, gateways, and agents. identify basic MGCP concepts, recognize how end-to-end calls are established, list MGCP call control messages, recognize the steps involved in the MGCP call flow process, and identify robust design strategies for MGCP. identify the commands used to configure an MGCP residential gateway and trunk gateway on a Cisco router, and recognize the commands used to monitor and troubleshoot MGCP. compare the standards bodies, architectures, features, capabilities, and strengths of the H.323, SIP, and MGCP call control models. match each call control model to the appropriate set of requirements. select the most appropriate call control model for a given set of requirements.