My recommended labs in Cisco Dcloud to prepare your transition to the new upcoming CCNP Collaboration v1.1 which will focus on Webex Calling

With the introduction of Cisco Webex Calling in the CCNP Collaboration Certification (CLCOR, CLACCM, CLICA and CLCEI),

These changes are reflected in the v1.1 blueprints by including, Webex App, Webex Control Hub, Cloud Calling, Webex Calling, and Cloud Messaging.

You can update your skills and your knowledges with the following scenarios labs in Cisco Dcloud platform, the content is very interesting to understand the migration process from on-prem CUCM to Webex Calling, Webex App, Webex Control Hub, Cloud Calling, Webex Calling, and Cloud Messaging.

CUBE and Advanced Dial Plan Lab :

This hands-on lab will help you understand the overall architecture of the Webex Calling solution, including Local Gateway configuration in a migration scenario where the deployment has an on-prem CUCM.

You will start by enabling a user for Webex Calling in the Control Hub portal. Then you will configure the premises-based PSTN option available for Webex Calling that is connected to an on-prem CUCM using the dial plan options to keep the on-prem dial plan while the users are migrated to Webex Calling.

Webex Calling Lab v4:

In this hands-on Webex Calling lab, you will enable an organization and users in Webex Control Hub, as well as onboard endpoints and room systems. This lab also covers call recording using dubber, creating recording lines and dub points, creating workspaces, CUBE HA (High Availability), and much more.

Migrating On-Premises Calling to Cisco Webex Lab v3:

Those with on-premises call control with Unified CM and Webex endpoints can migrate to Cisco Webex Calling cloud architecture. This lab provides hands-on migration in a Unified CM environment to Webex Calling.

The lab covers: Configuring Okta for SSO, Touch-less Headset Extension Mobility, Webex Calling, Calling in Webex (Unified CM), Hybrid Messaging, Device Onboarding using Activation Codes, Jabber Migration, Calling Migration, Firmware Migration to MPP, Contact Migration, and much more.

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