Cisco Voice Over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP

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Cisco Press, 2001 - Computers - 517 pages
Authorized self-study guide for voice over data network foundation learning

This book will help you to: Configure Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, or IP using Cisco IOS(r) softwareAnalyze existing voice hardware/software, and select the Cisco multiservice access devices that best serve your needsAnalyze existing branch and regional office voice networks and services, and choose the optimum transmission method for voice traffic: Frame Relay, ATM, or IPLearn the fundamentals of VoFR, VoATM, and VoIP standards, protocols, and the Cisco hardware that supports these servicesLearn the basics of the Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) including CallManager, Cisco IP Phones, and related voice gateway equipmentDesign, configure, integrate, and optimize an enterprise network in remote branch and regional offices by using integrated access technology that combines voice and data transmission over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP connections, access devices, and CIPT client hardwareLearn the fundamentals of PBXs, and apply the principles and concepts to develop a process for integrating Cisco equipment with PBXs and for replacing PBXs

"Cisco Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP" teaches you the Cisco solutions for voice technology (VoIP, VoFR, VoATM). This complete solutions guide helps you analyze existing voice hardware and software and select the Cisco multiservice access devices that best serve the needs of your network environment. In addition to learning how to design, configure, integrate, and optimize networks in remote branch and regional offices, this book also provides you with a fundamental understanding of PBXs, enabling you to develop a process for integrating Ciscoequipment with or replacing PBXs.

"Cisco Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP" prepares you for voice and data integration by teaching you how to install and configure Cisco voice and data network routers; how to configure Cisco voice-enabled equipment for Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP; how to configure voice ports, dial peers, and special commands to enable voice transmission over a data network; and how to perform voice traffic analysis to determine how to improve the quality of service (QoS) for delay-sensitive voice traffic.

This book features actual router output and configuration examples to aid in the discussion of the configuration of these technologies. At the end of each chapter your comprehension is tested by review questions. Cisco Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP has all of the tools you need to vastly improve your understanding of the Cisco solution to voice networking needs.

"Cisco Voice over Frame Relay, ATM, and IP" is part of a recommended self-study program from Cisco Systems(r) that includes simulation and hands-on training from authorized Cisco Learning Partners, and self-study products from Cisco Press. To find out more about instructor-led, e-learning, and hands-on instruction offered by authorized Cisco Learning Partners, please visit www.cisco.com/go/authorizedtraining.

This volume is in the Certification Self-Study Series offered by Cisco Press(r). Books in this series provide officially developed self-study solutions to help networking professionals understand technology implementations and prepare for the Cisco Career Certifications examinations.

 

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Contents

Chapter
6
Chapter
8
Chapter
9
Chapter
12
Chapter
13
Chapter 11
26
The Local Loop Switches and Trunks
39
2 to 4Wire Conversion and Echo
49
Configuring Dial Peers
223
Summary
250
An Introduction to Ciscos Implementation of VoPR
262
Using VoFR Configuration Commands
270
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Commands
291
Summary
302
Cisco VoATM Hardware
310
Using VoATM Configuration Commands
316

Digital Speech Interpolation
65
Channel Signaling Types and Frame Formats
71
ISDN
81
Cisco Voice Hardware
88
DataVoice Integration Multiservice Routers
105
Summary
117
Using Cisco VoiceCapable Router Applications
127
Summary
142
Setting Up a 3600 Router
148
Setting Up an AS5300 Router
168
Configuring Voice Ports and Dial Peers for Voice
178
Review Questions
332
Configuring Cisco VoIP
362
Changing Voice Technologies
369
AVVID Hardware
383
Review Questions
393
Introduction to PBXs
397
Signaling Dynamics
417
Summary
423
Setting Network Objectives
463
441
502
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About the author (2001)

Steve McQuerry, CCIE(r) No. 6108, is an instructor and consultant with more than 10 years of networking industry experience. He is a Cisco Systems instructor teaching routing and switching concepts for Global Knowledge.

Kelly McGrew is a Cisco Systems instructor and vice-president of mcgrew.net inc., a network training and course development firm. He holds the Cisco Voice Access Specialist certification and teaches the ICND, BCMSN, DCN, CVoice, CIPT, and EVoDD courses.

Stephen Foy is an internetworking instructor for Global Knowledge with more than 22 years experience in the networking industry. He is a Cisco Systems instructor and holds the Cisco Voice Access Specialization certification.

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