Collab 250 - Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate
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The Cisco® Meeting Server Intermediate course is an instructor-led, lab-based,
hands-on offering by Cisco Learning Services. This course is designed to establish a
minimum level of knowledge and competency among Cisco Meeting Server resale
and installation partners, which enables them to install, troubleshoot, and maintain a
single server and single server split deployment of Cisco Meeting Servers.
AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES
This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to deploy Acano servers. The primary audience for this course includes:
*Technical support personnel
*Channel partners, resellers
Cisco recommends that you have the following prerequisite knowledge and skills:
Cisco Meeting Server Apps Foundation, or Acano Certified Operator or equivalent knowledge
This course is offered as a virtual instructor led class. If you have a group and would like onsite training, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 207.775.2044.
Tasks and Features Covered Installing a Cisco Meeting Server in a single combined deployment Installing a Cisco Meeting Server in a single split deployment Troubleshooting tools Integrating Cisco Meeting Server with Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS), CiscoModule 1: Cisco Meeting Server Single Server Solution - Lesson 1: Describing the Cisco Meeting Server Solution List the main capabilities a standalone Cisco Meeting Solution List the main audio features of the Cisco Meeting solution List the main video features of the Cisco Meeting solution List the main web features of the Cisco Meeting solution List the features of the Cisco Meeting Solution team Space List the features of the Cisco Meeting Apps Describe what the Cisco Meeting Solution can connect to for cross-platform communicationLesson 2: Reviewing Authentication and Encryption Describe symmetric and asymmetric encryption and how a Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection is set Describe certificates and how certificates are used to authenticate messages Describe how commercial certificates are obtainedLesson 3: Describing the Single Server Solution Describe the basic functionality of the Call Bridge, XMPP Server, Web Bridge, and Recorder components Describe the single server solution and the components required Describe the call flow of a single server solutionLesson 4: Preparing for Cisco Meeting Server Installation Describe three ways to deploy Cisco Meeting Servers in an enterprise Describe the services prerequisites for the Cisco Meeting Server installation Describe the specific Domain Name System (DNS) requirements for a Cisco Meeting Server Describe the specific certificate requirements for a Cisco Meeting Server Describe the licensing requirements for a Cisco Meeting SolutionLesson 5: Installing Cisco Meeting Servers Describe the Cisco Meeting Server 1K hardware platform and installation Describe the VMware installation options Configure the IP, DNS, and Network Time Protocol (NTP) address of the Cisco Meeting Server Configure self-signed certificates and syslog server Upgrade an Cisco Meeting ServerLesson 6: Configuring the Web Admin Describe the purpose of the Web Admin service List three configurations that can be accessed on the Web Admin Discuss the reason for using a port other than 443 to access the Web Admin with HTTPSLesson 7: Configuring the Call Bridge Configure the Call Bridge Configure Active Directory users from the Web Admin Configure a CDR server from the Web AdminLesson 8: Configuring the Web Bridge Describe the WebRTC App capabilities Configure the Web Bridge Configure the Call bridge to work with the Web Bridge Firewall/NAT considerations on a single server deploymentModule 2: Troubleshooting ToolsLesson 1: Using Troubleshooting Tools Define the seven call detail record (CDR) record types and the information contained in each Capture server configuration files (.json), crash log files, media and application .dmp files. Cisco Meeting Employ the built-in commands to identify Cisco Meeting Server solution issues including PKI, DNS Lookup, Identify common issues for end users using the Cisco Meeting Server solutionModule 3: Firewall Traversal and Unified Communications Application IntegrationLesson 1: Deploying a TURN Server Describe the STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP through NATs [Network Address Translation]) protocol Describe the TURN (Traversal Using Relays Around NAT) protocol Describe Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) Discuss the call flow of a split deployment (including with Expressway, VCS, Cisco Unified Communications Review the ports required for a split deployment Configure the Cisco Meeting Server TURN server’s client IP address (public), and TURN credentials and Configure the Call Bridge for TURN servicesLesson 2: Deploying Firewall and NAT Traversal Describe the DNS Records required for a split deployment Configure the internal server for Web Admin, Call Bridge and XMPP Configure the Web Bridge on the external server Configure the Trunk and Load Balancer Describe how syslogs can be used to confirm connectivity between servers for a split server deployment.Lesson 3: Integrating with UC Platforms Deploying firewall and NAT Discuss the call flow of a Unified Communications integrated server solution Describe how the Cisco Meeting Server Call Bridge is reached from Cisco VCS and Cisco Unified Create outbound call rules from the Cisco Meeting Server Call Bridge to the Cisco VCS, Cisco Unified Create inbound call-matching rules on the Cisco Meeting Server Call Bridge Describe the support for Cisco Meeting Server in Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Describe how Cisco Meeting Server can be deployed as an Ad Hoc conference resource in Cisco UnifiedLab Outline Lab 1: Lab Connectivity Lab 2: Single Combined Server Deployment Preparation Lab 3 Single Combined Server Deployment Lab 4: Troubleshooting Tools Lab 5: Single Split Server Deployment Lab 6: Unified Communications Integration