Implementing Cisco TelePresence Solutions Immersive (ITSI) 1.0

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Implementing Cisco TelePresence Solutions Immersive (ITSI) 1.0
  • Implementing Cisco TelePresence Solutions Immersive (ITSI) 1.0

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    5 Days Course

    Cisco TelePresence/Video

    Upcoming Dates

     Aug 14 to Aug 18, 2017
    New York

    Nov 13 to Nov 17, 2017
    New York

    Course Details

    Implementing Cisco TelePresence Solutions Immersive (ITSI) 1.0

    Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these overall objectives:

    • Describe a Cisco TelePresence solution and the technology that makes it work
    • Perform an RRA on a chosen Cisco TelePresence room to validate its acceptability
    • Assemble the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200 structure and perform verification testing and component configuration
    • Describe a Cisco TelePresence solution and the technology that makes it work
    • Describe and configure a Cisco TelePresence system endpoint
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence architecture
    • Describe the extended features of Cisco TelePresence

    Module 1: Introduction to Cisco TelePresence

     

    Describe a Cisco TelePresence solution and the technology that makes it work.

    Lesson 1: Exploring the Cisco TelePresence Solution

    • Define Telepresence and the use of technology to immerse a participant in the experience
    • Identify limitations with traditional video communications
    • Explain the original design attributes for Cisco TelePresence
    • Describe Cisco TelePresence user endpoint design principles
    • Describe the advantages of the Cisco TelePresence solution
    • Discuss the vision for Cisco TelePresence and how it will help create the next generation, rich-media network
    • Discuss the high-level network requirements for Cisco TelePresence
    • Provide an overview of the NPA

     

    Lesson 2: Exploring the Cisco TelePresence Environments

    • List the components of the Cisco TelePresence solution and what role each component fulfills
    • Identify the endpoints in the Cisco TelePresence portfolio and describe what level of experience each model provides
    • Discuss the wiring for the Cisco TelePresence generation 2 primary codec
    • Describe the acoustic properties of the Cisco TelePresence room
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence illumination specifications
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence Auto Collaborate features
    • Describe the capabilities of the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
    • List the capabilities of the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server
    • Define the capabilities of Cisco TelePresence Manager
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence experience as well as video and audio characteristics
    • Define the Cisco TelePresence architecture for intercompany communications
    • Discuss the purpose of the Cisco TelePresence Planning, Design, and Implementation Service

     

    Lesson 3: Planning a Cisco TelePresence Room Design

    • Discuss various questions you should ask when designing a Cisco TelePresence room
    • Discuss the importance of corporate identity on a conference room and how Cisco TelePresence solutions provide the flexibility to incorporate corporate culture
    • Discuss the importance of background aesthetics in creating a 3-D experience
    • Describe Cisco TelePresence room design examples
    • Discuss the effect that wall textures have on a Cisco TelePresence room
    • List the approved background colors for a Cisco TelePresence room

     

    Module 2: Cisco TelePresence Planning and Assessment

     

    Describe the four phases of the Cisco TelePresence Experience and Order Assurance process and the steps that are necessary for a successful deployment.

    Lesson 1: Managing the Project and Product Order

    • Provide an overview of the Experience and Order Assurance process
    • Identify the tasks that are involved in the prequalification phase of the Experience and Order Assurance process
    • Identify the tasks that are involved in the readiness assessment phase of the Experience and Order Assurance process
    • Identify the processes that occur during the installation phase of the Experience and Order Assurance process
    • Identify the processes that occur during the validation phase of the Experience and Order Assurance process, including the testing criteria of the Cisco TelePresence experience test
    • Navigate the online Experience and Order Assurance tool
    • Identify the steps that are associated with the partner-provided Cisco TelePresence Planning, Design, and Implementation Service, and demonstrate a project life cycle

     

    Lesson 2: Examining Room Readiness Requirements

    • Understand the processes and tools that are required to complete an RRA
    • Identify the individual tools that are contained in the RRAv2 tool kit and the process for ordering the kit
    • Discuss the variables that you should consider when evaluating a candidate Cisco TelePresence room
    • Identify the environmental considerations when selecting a Cisco TelePresence room
    • Identify the tolerances for the acoustic properties when selecting a Cisco TelePresence room
    • Identify the tolerances for illumination properties when selecting a Cisco TelePresence room
    • Define the criteria for the continuity requirement

     

    Lesson 3: Examining the Basics of Acoustics

    • Define the decibel of SPL and demonstrate how to properly measure sound that emanates from a source
    • Demonstrate the use of the Acoustilyzer AL1 audio meter with A-weighting and C-weighting
    • Describe frequencies of sound
    • Define reverberation and how it is measured, and identify the impact that reverberation can play in the delivery of a Cisco TelePresence call
    • Identify the settings for the Acoustilyzer AL1 that is used to evaluate the acoustics of the Cisco TelePresence rooms
    • Define the building-material requirements for a Cisco TelePresence room
    • Define NRC, and provide examples of preferred materials
    • Define STC and IIC ratings
    • Remediate an undesirable acoustic environment

     

    Lesson 4: Examining Lighting Basics

    • Describe the lighting requirements of Cisco TelePresence
    • Describe different commercial lighting options
    • Provide lighting configuration examples for Cisco TelePresence System 3000
    • Provide lighting configuration examples for Cisco TelePresence System 3200
    • List lighting recommendations for Cisco TelePresence Systems 500, 1000, 1100, and 1300 Series

     

    Lesson 5: Examining Lighting Basics

    • Describe how to access both the online and offline RRA forms
    • Verify the Cisco TelePresence environmental room measurements
    • Record the Cisco TelePresence acoustic measurements
    • Record the Cisco TelePresence illumination measurements
    • Document the Cisco TelePresence continuity
    • Document the Cisco TelePresence power and HVAC characteristics
    • Attach layout plans and photos to an online RRA form

     

    Lesson 6: Planning a Cisco TelePresence Room Design

    • Discuss various Cisco TelePresence room design considerations and how they affect the aesthetics and corporate identity of the room
    • Discuss the importance of corporate identity on a conference room and how Cisco TelePresence solutions provide the flexibility to incorporate corporate culture
    • Discuss the importance of background aesthetics in creating a 3-D experience
    • Describe Cisco TelePresence room design examples
    • Discuss the effect that wall textures have on a Cisco TelePresence room
    • List the approved background colors for a Cisco TelePresence room

     

    Module 3: Physical Assembly and Logistics

     

    Describe the physical assembly and tuning of the Cisco TelePresence systems.

    Lesson 1: Preparing for a Cisco TelePresence System Installation

    • Describe the tools that are necessary to unpack and assemble Cisco TelePresence endpoints
    • Examine the logistics of storing the shipping pallets during assembly

     

    Lesson 2: Assembling the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200

    • Provide an overview of the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200 installation
    • Build and position the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200 display frame
    • Understand the load distribution of the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200 when positioning either system
    • Mount and level the plasma displays
    • Attach the display shelves and level the frame
    • Build the lighting assembly
    • Attach the tabletops
    • Determine proper positioning of the Cisco TelePresence System 3200 second row and where to run cabling
    • Assemble and attach the video, codec, audio, and power elements

     

    Lesson 3: Assembling the Cisco TelePresence Systems 500, 1000, 1100, and 1300

    • Assemble the Cisco TelePresence System 500
    • Assemble the Cisco TelePresence System 1000
    • Assemble the Cisco TelePresence Systems 1100 and 1300
    • Describe the recommended tables options

     

    Lesson 4: Installing Auxiliary Displays

    • Save time when installing auxiliary displays by understanding the steps that are documented in the installation notes
    • Mount auxiliary displays on the sides or above the Cisco TelePresence System 3000 or 3200
    • Describe the proper mounting position for a center-mounted auxiliary display
    • Describe examples of side-mounted auxiliary displays
    • Lesson 5: Installing a Document Camera
    • Identify the types and specifications of WolfVision document cameras
    • Mount a ceiling document camera with the proper vertical offset for image capturing
    • Describe the above-ceiling document camera options
    • Describe the below-ceiling document camera options

     

    Lesson 6: Wiring

    • Describe the component connectivity for the Cisco TelePresence Systems 500, 1000, 1100, 1300, 3000, and 3200
    • Identify the ports of the generation 2 primary codec
    • Describe the audio/video extension unit and identify how it is connected
    • Connect the Cisco TelePresence Systems 500, 1000, 1100, 1300, 3000, and 3200 speakers
    • Connect the Cisco TelePresence Systems 500, 1000, 1100, 1300, 3000, and 3200 microphones
    • Connect the video for the Cisco Digital Media Player HD video connection on the Cisco TelePresence System 500 display
    • Integrate the HFR codec into a Cisco TelePresence system
    • Describe and connect the auxiliary control unit
    • Route the Cisco TelePresence Systems 3000 and 3200 power, camera, and plasma cables
    • Connect and route cables for an optional document camera and auxiliary displays

     

    Lesson 7: Tuning the Cisco TelePresence System

    • List the tools that are required to tune the Cisco TelePresence system cameras
    • Define the process for accessing the Cisco TelePresence system cameras
    • Identify the features of the Cisco TelePresence system camera that support adjustment of the image size and focus
    • Tune the Cisco TelePresence system cameras using a target image
    • Focus the Cisco TelePresence system cameras
    • Configure additional camera settings on the Cisco TelePresence systems
    • Set up the Cisco TelePresence speakers and microphone
    • Set up the Cisco TelePresence presentation device
    • Set up the Cisco TelePresence auxiliary control unit
    • Troubleshoot the Cisco TelePresence system configuration

     

    Module 4: Cisco TelePresence Call Control

     

    This module describes Cisco TelePresence endpoints and how to configure them.

    Lesson 1: Integrating Cisco TelePresence Endpoints with Cisco Unified Communications Manager

    • Describe the complete end-to-end solution that the Cisco TelePresence solution provides
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence codec
    • Configure and troubleshoot the Cisco TelePresence codec
    • Describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Describe the registration process between the codec and Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Describe the Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration that is needed to support the Cisco TelePresence system
    • Describe the Cisco Unified IP Phone 797xG
    • Describe Cisco TelePresence CAC considerations
    • Troubleshoot Cisco TelePresence system issues

     

    Lesson 2: Examining the Cisco TelePresence User Interface

    • Describe the Cisco Unified IP Phone that the Cisco TelePresence system uses
    • Describe the One-Button-to-Push features of the Cisco Unified IP Phone
    • Conference an audio-only call into a Cisco TelePresence session
    • Describe the multiple audio and video call support features
    • Describe the meeting control options
    • Control the document camera from the IP phone
    • Describe the Cisco Auto Collaborate Presentation Privacy alert
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence in-call icons
    • Describe the user interface on phone alerts, status, and messages

     

    Module 5: Cisco TelePresence Network Architecture

     

    This module describes the Cisco TelePresence network architecture.

    Lesson 1: Deploying a Cisco TelePresence Network

    • Describe the functionality of multiplexing RTP video and audio streams with the Cisco TelePresence codec
    • Describe the various Cisco TelePresence deployment models
    • Configure Cisco devices for use with Cisco TelePresence

     

    Lesson 2: Shaping and Policing

    • Describe recommendations for provisioning a network with Cisco TelePresence
    • Describe bursty traffic in the network
    • Describe traffic policing and shaping of network traffic
    • Describe traffic characteristics for Cisco TelePresence
    • Provision for bursts in the network

     

    Lesson 3: Setting a QoS Policy

    • Explain the effect that latency, jitter, and loss have on Cisco TelePresence
    • Describe the various IP packet classification and marking methods
    • Describe the Cisco Catalyst queuing model for Telepresence traffic
    • Provide an overview of campus QoS policies

     

    Lesson 4: Designing WAN and Branch QoS Policies

    • Describe the difference between a converged network and an overlay WAN network
    • Provide an overview of the WAN and branch QoS polices
    • Describe considerations and recommendations for LLQ and CBWFQ
    • Describe the various WAN edge models
    • Provide an overview of MPLS VPN policies
    • Provide an overview of subline rate issues
    • Describe the Cisco Certified TelePresence Connection program for service providers

     

    Lesson 5: Understanding the NPA

    • Describe the NPA process
    • Describe the tools that are used to perform an NPA
    • Use the VSAA to collect network statistics
    • Describe the Cisco TelePresence Manager PreQualification Assistant 1.5

     

    Lesson 6: Using the VSAA

    • Describe the VSAA
    • Configure VSAA bootable flash drives
    • Configure VSAAs, run tests on the network, collect the data, and upload the results to the Cisco Partner portal

    Module 6: Cisco TelePresence Extended System Feature

    This module describes the extended features of Cisco TelePresence.

    Lesson 1: Understanding the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch

    • Provide an overview of the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
    • Discuss the conference features available for Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch conferences
    • Discuss the bandwidth requirements for the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
    • Discuss the rationale for centrally deploying the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch server
    • Discuss the process for room switching with Cisco TelePresence systems
    • Discuss the process for speaker switching with Cisco TelePresence systems
    • Discuss the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch meeting types
    • Troubleshoot different Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch meeting types

     

    Lesson 2: Understanding the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch

    • Provide an overview of the Cisco TelePresence Manager features and specifications
    • Review the initial server configuration settings for Cisco TelePresence Manager
    • Describe how Cisco TelePresence Manager integrates with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Discuss how Cisco TelePresence Manager integrates with Cisco TelePresence Systems
    • Discuss how Cisco TelePresence Manager integrates with LDAP and Microsoft Exchange
    • Discuss the requirements for Microsoft Exchange integrations with forms-based authentication
    • Discuss how Cisco TelePresence Manager integrates with Lotus Domino
    • Discuss and configure the Cisco TelePresence Manager integration with Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
    • Discuss the management and troubleshooting of Cisco TelePresence scheduled meetings
    • Demonstrate the scheduling of a Cisco TelePresence meeting
    • Troubleshoot Cisco TelePresence Manager

     

    Lesson 3: Exploring One-Button-to-Push Without Cisco TelePresence Manager

    • Discuss reasons for not deploying Cisco TelePresence Manager
    • List the features that you lose without Cisco TelePresence Manager and the options on the Cisco TelePresence User Interface that you can use instead of One-Button-to-Push
    • Discuss how to schedule a Cisco TelePresence meeting without Cisco TelePresence Manager

     

    Lesson 4: Examining Cisco TelePresence Interoperability

    • Provide an overview of Cisco TelePresence interoperability, list the features of Cisco TelePresence interoperability, and identify the benefits and caveats of interoperability with Cisco TelePresence
    • Discuss Cisco TelePresence interoperability integrations
    • Describe the design of a dial plan when you are implementing a Cisco Unified Conferencing MCU
    • Discuss call setup during a Cisco TelePresence interoperability call
    • Connect to the console of the Cisco Unified Videoconferencing 3500 Series MCU
    • Demonstrate how to access the Cisco Unified Videoconferencing web administration page
    • Demonstrate how to configure the Cisco Unified Videoconferencing 3500 Series MCU

     

    Lesson 5: Working with the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server

    • Provide an overview of the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server and its features
    • List the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server specifications
    • Demonstrate the integration of LDAP with Cisco TelePresence Recording Server
    • Use the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server to record, review, and distribute content
    • Discuss the benefits of integrating the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server with the Cisco MXE 3000 Media Experience Engine for video post production

     

    Lesson 6: Examining Intercompany Communications

    • Provide an overview of intercompany communication
    • Describe the process that enables intercompany communication
    • Discuss the use of ENUM as a tool for mapping directory numbers to an IP address and discuss options for external dial plans
    • Describe the functionality that the Cisco Unified Border Element provides
    • Discuss the SIP signaling negation process when using an SBC
    • Discuss the SIP signaling negation process when using a Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance
    • Discuss RTP media flow through an SBC
    • Discuss the RTP signaling negation process when using a Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance
    • Describe how service providers can enable hosted solutions

     

     

    Lesson 7: Examining Cisco TelePresence Security

    • Describe the security features of Cisco TelePresence in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Configure the security profile for Cisco TelePresence in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Configure PKI-based security features in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

     

    Labs:

    • Cisco TelePresence Demonstration to EBC (Optional)
    • Assembling the Endpoint
    • Using RRA Measuring and Test Equipment
    • Performing an RRA Environmental Assessment
    • Measuring RRA Acoustics and Illumination
    • Programming the Codec
    • Tuning the Cisco TelePresence Cameras and Testing Audio
    • Registering the Cisco TelePresence Endpoint
    • Completing a Cisco TelePresence Call Between Two Endpoints
    • Performing an NPA Using VSAA
    • Performing an NPA Using IP SLA
    • Configuring the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
    • Using the Cisco TelePresence Manager Prequalification Tool
    • Configuring Cisco TelePresence Manager, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, and Microsoft Exchange Service Account
    • Adding Users to Exchange
    • Configuring Scheduled Meetings
    • Enabling Cisco Unified Video Advantage
    • Configuring the Cisco Unified Videoconferencing MCU with SIP
    • Configuring the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server
    • Channel Partner / Reseller
    • Customer
    • Employee

    The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

    • Interconecting Cisco Network Device Part 1 (ICND1)
    • Interconecting Cisco Network Device Part 2 (ICND2)
    • Implementing Cisco Quality of Services (QOS)
    • Implementing Unified Communications Manager, Part 1, (CIPT1 8)

     

    Certifications: None/Specialization