Deploy Implement Maintain Cisco Meeting Server CLCNF 300-825 Exam Kindle Edition


Cisco Meeting Server brings premises-based video, audio, and web communication together to meet the collaboration needs. Cisco Meeting Server is a scalable and highly secures on-premise conferencing bridge and Supporting a wide range of Audio and Video codecs and the ability to integrate with the Microsoft Skype for Business (S4B) platform; on-premise and cloud.

A dedicated book for Cisco Meeting Server was a challenge in order to provide atypical resource to demystify it with chart flow and to help voip administrator to deploy, implement and maintain the Cisco Meeting Server.

Goals and Methods:

In this WorkBook the Cisco Meeting Server operation and components are demystified in details: Clustering, Certificates Requirements, Webbridge and CallBridge and how the Call Bridge Group feature provides intelligente load balancing with uncommon explanations, the call routing logic using the main tables on CMS, how the calls are processed by the Incoming Call Table, Call Forwarding Table and Outbound Call Table, how to integrate the Cisco CMS with different cisco collaborations components such as Cisco Unified Communication Manager with appropriate Dial Plan, Cisco Expressway Series to provide WebRTC connection for external user in an easy and secure fashion, integration with the Cisco Meeting Management and Cisco Telepresence Management Suite to provide scheduled conference and NFS server for recording, also important collaboration concepts are demystified with Wireshark such the Accept Replaces Header and Rerouting CSS for Call Bridge Group you will not see elsewhere with atypical call flow, demysitifying one of the most complex and important concepts in collaboration which are STUN, TURN and ICE for NAT traversal through atypical call flow, why we started in the past with STUN then we moved to TURN and finally why we added ICE, I gone in depth through wireshark analysis to demystify each protocol and to understand why we jumped from STUN to TURN and finally ICE using L3/L4 encapsulation packet so that you definitely demystify this big topic. 

This workbook is an HANDS ON LABS that can help you to prepare the CCNP Collaboration CLCNF 300-825 Exam. Also It provide you as a voip administrator practice scenarios without useless theory but with a bunch and concise explanation and configuration guide from scratch.

How to read this book?

This book is a series of hands of labs, and there is no relationship between them, you can start at any lab, from the last, the first or the middle, the purpose is to provide you a granularity to freely switch between topics and go to the one you need in depth lecture and understanding.

Table of Contents

Part 1 : Cisco Meeting Server Overview

Module 1: Describing Cisco Meeting Server

Module 2: Cisco CMS Virtual and Physical Machine

Module 3: Cisco Meeting Server Deployment Options

Module 4: Cisco Meeting Server Clustering

Module 5: Cisco Meeting Server Certificates Requirements

Module 6: WebBridge 3 Load Balancing

Module 7: Introduction to API

Module 8: Cisco Meeting Server Profiles

Module 9: Spaces and Active Directory Integration

Module 10: Cisco Meeting Server Dial Plan

Module 11: Call Bridge Group Load Balancing

Module 12: Cisco Expressway Series for WebProxy

Module 13: Business to Business (B2B) integration with Cisco CMS

Module 14: Cisco Meeting Server Recording Capabilities

Module 15: Cisco Meeting Server Streaming Capabilities

Module 16: Cisco Telepresence Management Suite

Part 2 : Implementing Cisco Meeting Server

Lab 1: Cisco Meeting Server Single-Combined Deployment

Lab 2: Cisco Meeting Server Scalability and Resilience Deployment

Lab 3: Guest and Host Access on CMS Spaces

Lab 4: AdHoc Conference Bridge

Lab 5: Blast Dial For CMS Spaces

Lab 6: Streamer configuration

Lab 7: Scheduled Meeting With Scheduler Service

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