Cisco AVVID & IP Telephony Design and Implementation
Robert Padjen (Editor), Larry Keefer, Sean Thurston, Jeff Bankston (Editor), Michael E. Flannagan, Martin Walshaw
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The Complete Guide to Mastering AVVID IP Telephony
Many lessons have already been learned from the rapid adoption of Cisco's AVVID IP Telephony product line. Companies must cost effectively integrate 'old world' technologies with the new, engineer packet transport networks for quality of service, simultaneously bolster traditional telephony and IP skills, and continuously exercise proper risk management. The purpose of this book is to help readers overcome the inherent complexities of IP telephony so that its promise can be fully realized.
1. Design with Legacy Systems in Mind
Before you tackle Cisco AVVID, it's a good idea to read up on PBX system configuration.
2. Use Toll Bypass
Use your existing data infrastructure to make calls within an organization.
3. Understand the Benefits of AVVID Clustering
Distribute call processing across several CallManager servers in a converged IP network.
4. Compare Cisco Gatekeepers
Decide which gatekeeper is sufficient for enterprise networks, for service providers, and other types of organizations.
5. Learn about Digital Signaling Processor (DSP) provisioning
See how DSP resources are used in conferencing and transcoding.
6. Review Cisco's Vision for the IP Contact Center (IPCC)
Find complete coverage of IPCC administration and its components, including CallManager, IP-IVR, Intelligent Contact Management, Agent Desktop Presentation, and E-mail Manager.
7. Configure Dial Peers
Dial peers are essential when designing and implementing Voice over IP on the network. Learn about the types of dial peers, including VoIP and POTS.
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?hose interested in implementing, administering, or gaining certification with AVVID IP Telephony should read this book. A survey of ?ld world· technologies is presented to contrast to the ?ew world·of IP telephony and its components. Gateway selection, high availability CallManager clustering, H.323 gatekeeper design, DSP provisioning, dial plans, and QoS are explained.·?alph Troupe, President and CEO, Callisma