Cisco CVOICE 8.0: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

This course describes how to configure the Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) endpoints in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. The SCCP endpoints are defined as the Ethernet phones (ephones) and have SCCP directory numbers (ephone-dns) associated with them. The SIP endpoints are defined as voice register pools and have SIP directory numbers (voice register directory numbers) associated with them. This course discusses the various types of directory numbers available for Cisco Unified IP phones using either SCCP or SIP.

Target Audience

The target audience for this course is established IT professionals with a solid, existing background in Cisco and networking technologies.

Prerequisites

Expected Duration

90 min.

Course Objectives

Directory Numbers and Phones in Cisco Unified CME

  • identify how directory numbers are implemented in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • SCCP Phone Directory Numbers and Phone-Type Templates

  • identify the commands used to configure directory numbers for SCCP phones
  • identify the commands used to define an IP phone type by configuring an ephone-type template
  • Creating SCCP Phones

  • recognize how to configure major parameters of SCCP phones and assign directory numbers to the phones
  • SIP Phones and Cisco IP Communicator Configuration

  • recognize how to configure and assign directory numbers to the SIP phones
  • identify how to enable Cisco IP Communicator to register with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
  • identify how to generate configuration files for SCCP and SIP endpoints and reset and restart SCCP and SIP phones
  • Verifying Cisco Unified CME Endpoints

  • match the steps to verify all major aspects of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express endpoint operation with their descriptions
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