Cisco Meeting Server Advanced (COLLAB350)

The Cisco Meeting Server Advanced course is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on offering by Cisco Learning Services. It covers the installation and configuration of a resilient and scalable Cisco Meeting Server installation.

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About This Course

The Cisco Meeting Server Advanced course is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on offering by Cisco Learning Services. It covers the installation and configuration of a resilient and scalable Cisco Meeting Server installation.

At Course Completion 

Following the completion of this course, Students will be able to:

  • Cisco Meeting Server API commands
  • Scalable and resilient deployments
  • Customization
  • Recording

Audience Profile

This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to deploy and maintain Cisco Meeting Server for scalable and resilient deployments.

Primary Audience

  • Channel partners and reseller engineers installing, configuring, and maintaining scalable and resilient deployments of Cisco Meeting Server
  • Channel partners and reseller engineers providing presales support for scalable and resilient Cisco Meeting Server deployments
  • Customer engineers supporting scalable and resilient Cisco Meeting Server deployments

Prerequisites

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

  • Attendance of Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate, or Cisco Acano Certified Expert 1 or equivalent knowledge

 


Course Outline

Module 1: API Configuration
 
Lesson 1: Reviewing Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate

  • Review the component parts of a Cisco Meeting Solution
  • Review the configuration steps for a Cisco Meeting Solution

Lesson 2: Describing APIs

  • Describe the purpose of APIs
  • Describe the benefits of APIs
  • Describe the types of APIs
  • Describe the function of the GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE commands

Lesson 3: Configuring Software with an API

  • Describe how a user can interact with software using an API
  • Download and install Chrome Postman
  • Discuss other API software
  • Download the Cisco Meeting Server API guide

Lesson 4: Configuring Spaces with the Cisco Meeting Server API

  • Describe the Cisco Meeting Server API structure
  • Use Chrome Postman for information on calls and spaces with the GET command
  • Use Chrome Postman to post a new call space with the POST command
  • Use Chrome Postman to place changes in a space, including adding a member, with the PUT command
  • Use Chrome Postman to delete a space with the DELETE command

Lesson 5: Customization Configuration

  • Create and modify a user profile and assign users
  • Create and modify a dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) profile and apply to a user profile
  • Modify the interactive voice response (IVR), color scheme, and background

Module 2: Resilient and Scalable Deployments
 
Lesson 1: Planning a Resilient and Scalable Cisco Meeting Server Deployment

  • Describe resilient server solutions
  • Describe scalable server solutions
  • Describe geographically dispersed configurations and GeoDNS
  • Describe the Domain Name System (DNS) records required for a resilient and scalable solution
  • Describe the certificate requirements for a resilient and scalable solution

Lesson 2: Configuring a Database Cluster

  • Describe the relationship between cluster master and cluster slaves in a database cluster
  • Describe the certificate requirements for a secure database cluster
  • Configure the certificates for a database cluster
  • Configure a database cluster

 Lesson 3: Configuring a Call Bridge cluster

  • Describe the relationship between the Call Bridge and the Database
  • Describe how cross-cluster spaces behave
  • Configure certificates for Call Bridge clustering
  • Describe the storage of configuration when entering with the API and the individual web interfaces for
  • Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Call Bridge clustering
  • Configure a Call Bridge Cluster
  • Connect XMPP server to multiple Call Bridges

Lesson 4: Configuring Load Balancers and Trunks

  • Describe the relationship between the XMPP server, Trunk and Load Balancer
  • Configure certificates for multiple trunks and load balancers
  • Configure multiple Trunks to multiple Load Balancers

Lesson 5: Configuring Multiple Web Bridges

  • Describe the relationship between multiple Web Bridges and Call Bridges
  • Describe internal and external DNS records support for both internal and external Web Bridges
  • Configure certificates for multiple Web Bridges
  • Configure multiple Web bridges
  • Connect multiple Call Bridges to multiple Web Bridges

Lesson 6: Configuring Multiple TURN Servers

  • Describe the relationship between multiple TURN servers and multiple Call Bridges
  • Configure certificates for multiple TURN servers
  • Configure multiple TURN servers
  • Connect multiple Call Bridges to multiple TURN servers

Lesson 7: Configuring Multiple Recorders

  • Describe the features of the recording capability
  • Describe the software, hardware, and licensing requirements for recording
  • Describe the DNS records
  • Configure the Recorder
  • Describe the relationship between multiple Recorders and multiple Call Bridges
  • Configure a Call Bridge to use a Recorder
  • Configure certificates for multiple Recorders servers
  • Configure multiple Recorder servers
  • Connect multiple Call Bridges to multiple Recorder servers

Lesson 8: Integrating with a Resilient and Scalable Cisco Meeting Server deployment

  • Describe integration with Cisco TelePresence©_
  • Video Communication Server (VCS) or Cisco Unified
  • Communications Manager and multiple Call Bridges
  • Describe integration with Cisco Expressway
  • technology and multiple Call Bridges
  • Describe integration with Microsoft Skype for Business and multiple Call Bridges
  • Describe integration with Cisco TelePresence Management Suite and multiple Call Bridges

 
Module 3: Additional Features
 
Lesson 1: Deploying an H.323 Gateway

  • Describe the Cisco preferred architecture for H.323 and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) interoperability
  • Describe the functionality of the Cisco Meeting Server H.323 gateway
  • Describe the configuration the Cisco Meeting Server H.323 gateway

Lesson 2: Describing Multitenancy Options

  • Describe the purpose of the multitenancy capabilities
  • Describe the options for multitenancy capabilities on the Cisco Meeting Server

Lesson 3: Describing Customization Options

  • Describe the options available to customize Cisco Meeting Apps
  • Describe the license keys required for customization
  • Describe the Web Server requirements for customization
  • Describe the options available to customize recorded messaging
  • Describe the customization options available for invitation text

Lab Outline

  • Lab 1: Single-Server Deployment
  • Lab 2: API Introduction
  • Lab 3: Customization
  • Lab 4: Database Cluster Configuration
  • Lab 5: Call Bridge Cluster Configuration
  • Lab 6: Multiple-Trunk and Load-Balancer Configuration
  • Lab 7: Multiple Web Bridge Configuration
  • Lab 8: Multiple TURN Server Configuration
  • Lab 9: Multiple Recorder Configuration
  • Lab10: Integrating with VCS and Microsoft Skype for Business in a Multiple Call Bridge Installation


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