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CCVP Implementing Cisco Voice Gateways and Gatekeepers (GWGK) v1.0

CCVP Implementing Cisco Voice Gateways and Gatekeepers (GWGK) v1.0

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GWGK
Implementing CiscoVoice Gateways andGatekeepers
Volumes 1 & 2
Version 1.0
Student Guide
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Table of Contents
Volume 1
Course Introduction 1
Overview1Learner Skills and Knowledge 1Course Goal and Objectives 2Course Flow 3Additional References 4Cisco Glossary of Terms 4Your Training Curriculum 5
Function of Gateways and Gatekeepers 1-1
Overview1-1Module Objectives 1-1
Reviewing Gateways and Gatekeepers 1-3
Overview1-3Objectives1-3Gateways1-4Example: Simple Multisite IP Telephony Network 1-6Gatekeepers 1-7Deployment Models 1-10Single-Site Call-Processing Model 1-11Centralized Call-Processing Model 1-12Multisite Distributed Call-Processing Model 1-13Introduction to IP-to-IP Gateways 1-15Summary 1-16Lesson Self-Check 1-17Lesson Self-Check Answer Key 1-18
Selecting a Gateway Protocol 1-19
Overview1-19Objectives1-19Overview of H.323 Gateways 1-20H.323 Call Flow 1-23Overview of MGCP Gateways 1-24MGCP Call Flow 1-26Overview of SIP Gateways 1-30SIP Call Flow 1-34DTMF Relay Considerations 1-53Choosing a Gateway Protocol 1-66Lesson Self-Check 1-71Lesson Self-Check Answer Key 1-76
Implementing Gateways 1-77 
Overview1-77Objectives1-77H.323 Gateway Integration with Cisco CallManager 1-78H.323 Gateway Integration with Toll Bypass 1-84MGCP Gateway Integration with Cisco CallManager 1-87MCGP Backhauling 1-89Implementing a SIP Gateway 1-92SIP Gateway Integration with Cisco CallManager 1-97Summary 1-99Lesson Self-Check 1-100Lesson Self-Check Answer Key 1-102

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