IUM - Implementing Unified Messaging 8.0 On-Site Training
IUM - Implementing Unified Messaging 8.0
In this course you will gain the knowledge and skills required to configure Cisco Unified Messaging on a network and to add subscriber accounts and implement auto attendants. You will learn the essential methods for installing, configuring, maintaining, and conducting moves, adds, and changes for a Unity system on your network, and you will discover the tools and learn the techniques to maintain Unity and run critical reports against the system.
We've enhanced the standard version of this course to give you hands-on experience with a logical topology that very closely represents your current environment. Just like in the real world, you will:
In our exclusive lab, you will change your storage codec from G.711 to G.729 and determine if that compressed codec would be suitable for your integration.
What You'll Learn
Who Should Attend
1. Cisco Unified Messaging Overview
2. Cisco Unified Messaging General Setup
3. Cisco Unified Messaging Subscriber Configuration
4. Cisco Unified Messaging System Monitoring and Maintenance
5. Cisco Unified Messaging System Hardware and Software
6. Upgrading Cisco Unified Messaging Software
7. Unified Messaging Networking
8. Unified Messaging Maintenance and Utilities
Our investment in enhanced and exclusive labs means you get the experience you need using current software and hardware. No other training company offers a unique, real-world lab solution like ours.
In our lab descriptions, an enhanced lab contains a significant addition to the standard labs and may or may not be offered by other providers, while an exclusive lab contains material that is not offered by any other provider.
Our IUM lab environment consists of 8 interconnected pods, each with a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) 8.x cluster and its own Unity 8.0 server. Two students are responsible for configuring each pod. A sophisticated telephony simulation is provided, allowing you to load a complete dial plan with Class of Service for dialing to the PSTN and allowing you to understand the requirements associated with voice mail integration and outdialing in a real-world environment. You will install and integrate, from scratch, the Unity server into the CUCM cluster, add subscribers, and configure the voice mail system for your pod. This course focuses on Unity installation, integration into a phone system, subscriber administration, and creation and management of a voice mail menu system. Routers are not configured in this course. A minimal understanding of IP is helpful.
Lab 1: Enhanced - Topology and Deployment
Wire the classroom network and prepare the Unity Messaging Servers for each cluster. You will change the IP address on both the host VMware laptop and on the Unity Server Virtual machine. This lab takes less than 60 minutes, and no additional wiring is required for any later labs.
Enhanced content: Extension mobility test profiles for test numbers
Lab 2: IP Phone and IP Communicator Phone Load
Load phone configuration files for your left and right phones and an IP Communicator based on preconfigured templates and BAT files loaded onto your laptop.
Lab 3: CUCM Configuration for Unity or Unity Connection Integration
Deploy a voice mail integration on the CUCM and create the partitions and calling search spaces that are needed. Configure the voice mail ports, pilots, profiles and MWIs. Create the line groups, hunt lists and hunt pilots. Configure phones for voice mail. Test calling into voice mail.
Lab 4: Enhanced - Unity Integration
Integrate Unity Server into the centralized Call Manager using the Unity Integration Manager tool.
Lab 5: Unity System Settings
Configure required settings in preparation for Subscriber creation.
Lab 6: System Schedule
Create a system-wide schedule for the Unity system.
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