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Duration: 70 hours

CCIE COLLABORATION
Bootcamp or Long term training

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  • What i will learn?
  • Career Path ways
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Course Summary


NETWORKERS HOME is a leading player in CCIE Collaboration . We have one the largest Lab setup for CCIE Collaboration inhouse .

Some of unique reasons for choosing NETWORKERS HOME for your CCIE Collaboration needs :

  • CCIE Collaboration Certified Instructor
  • 100% Full Topology Pod
  • Our focus on producing great engineers
  • World class campus with 100pmbs Internet connection
  • World Largest Producer of CCIE in Multiple Tracks
  • Top Instructors with years of experience in teaching

NETWORKERS HOME offer excellent training environment for outstation students in our Bangalore campus .Our commitment to quality made us one of the best destinations in the world to come for any CCIE Track .Certified Instructors are available to training and mentor students to achieve thier CCIE dreams .

What i will learn?

Detailed and Indepth coverage of Courseware

  • Network Infrastructure
    • VLANs/Dot1Q
    • CDP/LLDP
    • DHCP
    • TFTP
    • NTP
    • Layer 2/Layer 3 Troubleshooting
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Setup (CUCM)
    • CUOS Administration
    • CUCM Serviceability
    • Service Activation/Status
  • Device Registration
    • Device Pools
    • Date/Time Groups
    • Phone Registration
    • Device-Specific Settings
    • Line/DN Basics
    • Line Directory URIs
  • Cisco IOS Gateways
    • Dial-Peers
    • Digit Manipulation
    • Voice Translation Rules
    • Integration with CUCM
    • Trusted IP Senders
    • SIP Call Routing and Troubleshooting
    • MGCP Call Routing and Troubleshooting
    • H.323 Call Routing and Troubleshooting
  • Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE)
    • CUBE Basic Configuration
    • Advanced SIP Configuration
    • Advanced H.323 Configuration
    • SIP-to-SIP Interworking
    • SIP-to-H.323 Interworking
    • H.323-to-H.323 Interworking
    • Media Flow-Through/Media Flow-Around
    • DTMF Interworking
    • CUBE Box-to-Box Redundancy
    • Troubleshooting CUBE
  • Regions and Locations
    • Codec Preference & Regions
    • Intra-Cluster EL-CAC/Locations
    • Inter-Cluster EL-CAC/Blended Locations
    • SIP Pre-Conditions
    • IOS-based CAC
    • (RSVP Locations covered after Media)
  • Media Resources
    • Music On Hold
    • Audio and Video Conferencing
    • Audio and Video Transcoding
    • Media Termination Points
    • Annunciator
    • Media Resource Groups/Lists
  • Static Dial Plan Routing
    • Traditional vs Globalized Dial Plans
    • Partitions and Calling Search Spaces
    • Translation Patterns
    • Numeric Route Patterns, Route Lists and Route Groups
    • Local Route Groups (LRG/SLRG)
    • Calling, Called and Connected Party Transformations
    • Least Cost Routing (LCR)
    • Automated Alternate Routing (AAR)
    • SIP Route Patterns / URI Route Patterns
  • Dynamic Dial Plan Routing
    • Call Control Discovery over Service Advertisement Framework (CCD/SAF)
    • InterCluster Lookup Service (ILS)
    • Global Dial Plan Replication (GDPR)
  • Unified Mobility
    • Extension Mobility (EM)
    • Extension Mobility Cross Cluster (EMCC)
    • GeoLocations and Filters
    • Mobile Connect (SNR)
    • Mobile Voice Access (MVA)
  • Dial Rules
    • Application Dial Rules
    • Directory Dial Rules
    • SIP Dial Rules
  • Users and LDAP
    • Application Users vs End Users
    • Manual User Creation
    • Active Directory LDAP Syncronization
    • Active Directory LDAP Filtering
    • Active Directory LDAP Authentication
    • User Groups and Roles
    • Home Cluster
    • User Directory URIs
    • CCMUser Web Page
  • Misc CUCM Features
    • MeetMe Conferencin
    • Call Park/Directed Call Park
    • Call Pickup
    • Hunt Groups
    • SRST
  • CUCM TRACES and Troubleshooting
    • Video Calling and Traces
    • SIP Traces
    • MGCP Traces
    • H323 Troubleshooting
  • CUCM Express (CUCME)
    • Basic SCCP Setup
    • Basic SIP Setup
    • SCCP Phone Registration
    • SIP Phone Registration
    • Advanced CME Features
    • IOS Call Queueing (B-ACD)
    • Video Conferencing
    • Troubleshooting Video Conferencing
  • Unified Messaging – Unity Connection
    • Integration with CUCM
    • Integration with CUCME
    • Users and Mailboxes
    • General Delivery Mailboxes
    • Outdialing and SIP MWI
  • Unified Contact Center Express
    • CTI Integration with CUCM
    • CTI Port Groups and Media Groups
    • Customer Service Queues
    • Resource Groups
    • Skills Based Routing
    • Application Deployment
    • Application Triggers
    • Basic Custom Scripting
    • Advanced Custom Scripting
  • Unified Presence
    • BLF Speed Dials and Call Lists
    • Unified IM and Presence Server Integration
    • Federations
  • Jabber
    • Jabber Softphone Mode
    • Jabber Deskphone Control Mode
    • Jabber Extend and Connect Mode
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
    • QoS DiffServ and IntServ Theory
    • How QoS and CAC Work Together
    • Understanding Policing and Shaping
    • Queuing Techniques: CBWFQ/HQF
    • Congestion Management Techniques
    • Congestion Avoidance Techniques
    • Understanding SRR, WRR, DWRR
    • Catalyst 3750 QoS: SRR (Shaped and Shared)
    • Catalyst 3750 QoS: Buffer and Threshold Management
    • Catalyst 3750 QoS: CoS and DSCP Mapping
    • Catalyst 3750 QoS: Queueing and Policing
    • Catalyst 3750 Port and VLAN Based QoS
  • Lab Strategy
    • Lab Strategy
    • Lab Exam Structure
    • Troubleshooting Strategy
    • Configuration Strategy
    • Using the DocCD
    • Time Management on the exam
    • Additional Topics

Career Pathways

For those just starting a career in networking, here is a short list of the available types of positions and networking jobs:

  • Network Specialist
  • Network Technician
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Analyst
  • Network Manager
  • Network Engineer
  • Network Solutions Architect

As you develop your networking career further, you might decide to specialize in one or more areas of networking.

At this point, the networking jobs you would be applying for might include:

  • Network Security Specialist
  • Cloud Networking Architect
  • Networking Research and Development Specialist
  • Wireless Networking QA Engineer
  • Wireless Infrastructure and Mobility Specialist
  • Mobility Solutions Architect
  • VoIP Engineer
  • Telecom Project Manager
  • Data Center Networking Specialist

There are also plenty of networking jobs in sales and consulting, so be sure to check out:

  • Networking Sales Specialist
  • Networking Account Manager
  • Networking Consultant
  • Networking Program Manager

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Student Reviews

  • I passed CCIE Security from first attempt from Networkershome .I was recommended from my Senior in Mangolia.

    NETWORKERS Home has world class instructors and Lab facility which is Biggest In India .

    Munkhjin Nyamtsogt

    CCIE SECURITY, #54696

  • The best Institute for all CCIE tracks. I came as a fresher, completed my ccie and got the number! with in few months. Those who are trying to get a CCIE, I recommend them to Join Networkers Home.

    HAZIF ISMAIL working at IPSOFT Inc.

    CCIE DATA CENTER, #52901

  • Best institute for CCIE in India..
    Best teachers..
    Best devices facility..
    If u want to be CCIE…there is no other place other than NH.

    Varun Bhatia

    CCIE SECURITY, #54049

  • One of the best institute in India, as per faculty, lab trainer, environment, technical stuffs. As per technical Staffs is also good & always supportive & 24×7 racks are available, & for study point of you , one of the best place.

    Vivek Dharmik

    CCIE DATA CENTER, #52164

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