Meet authors Robert Cannistra and Michael Scheuing, CCNA Voice Portable Command Guide, as they share best practices for Voice Lab Setups.
If you have questions about setting up a lab at home for your CCNA Voice studies or need to learn more about the fundamentals of Cisco Unified Communications components, configuration examples for CUCM, CUCME, CUC, and CUP, then THIS is the webinar for you!
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To succeed as administrators of Cisco voice systems, professionals must need to keep track of scores of commands, keywords, command arguments, options, and prompts - and Cisco's new CCNA® Voice exams tests them on most of these. Getting familiar with all these commands is a daunting task. CCNA Voice Portable Command Guide brings them all together in one compact, portable, easy-to-use reference. Packed with configuration examples, real-world scenarios, and expert usage tips, it's the perfect take-anywhere guide to running Cisco voice environments and passing Cisco's latest CCNA Voice exams.
Robert M. Cannistra (CCAI-CCNA, CCAI-Security, CCNA, CCSP, CSE, CLP), a fulltime faculty member at Marist College's School of Computer Science and Mathematics, teaches courses in networking, voice communications, security, wireless, and system administration. He also serves as IT and Systems discipline chair, School of Computer Science and Mathematics lab coordinator, and project manager for the Center for Collaborative and On-Demand Computing. Formerly Northeast Regional Manager, Technical Services Manager, and Senior Consultant for a Cisco Gold Partner, he designed, configured, and implemented data networks for enterprise, service provider, and Internet companies worldwide.
Michael E. Scheuing has witnessed the evolution of Cisco voice products since first working on Call Manager 3.1 many years ago. Drawing upon 15 years of telephony and network experience, Michael has designed, implemented, and maintained voice and data infrastructures for small businesses and large enterprise alike. Michael currently works as a Telecommunications Engineer responsible for the architecture and management of a complex voice and video network consisting of legacy PBXs, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, and Cisco TelePresence.