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Deploying Cisco voice over IP solutions

Author: Jonathan Davidson; Tina Fox
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Cisco Press, ©2002.
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Learn real-world voice over IP deployment solutions and strategies from the Cisco experts!


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Deploying Cisco voice over IP solutions.
Indianapolis, IN : Cisco Press, ©2002
(DLC) 2001086622
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Davidson; Tina Fox
OCLC Number: 54116395
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 579 pages) : illustrations
Contents: I. NETWORK DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS. 1. Understanding Traffic Analysis. Traffic Theory Basics. Traffic Models. Selecting Traffic Models. Applying Traffic Analysis to VoIP Networks. End-to-End Traffic Analysis Example.2. Understanding Echo Analysis. Echo Analysis Basics. Locating an Echo. Effects of Network Elements on Echo. Echo Canceller. Customer Expectations About Echo. Service Provider Expectations About Echo. Configuring Gateways to Minimize Echo. Process for Locating and Eliminating Echoes. Echo Analysis Case Study.3. Understanding Quality of Service for Voice over IP. Quality of Service Requirements. Packet Classification. QoS Queuing Mechanisms. Fragmentation and Interleaving. Traffic Shaping. IP RTP Header Compression. Differentiated Services for VoIP. VoIP QoS over Leased Lines (Using PPP) Example. VoIP QoS over Frame Relay Networks Example. VoIP QoS over ATM Example. RSVP-Dynamic Classification and Admission Control.4. Understanding Call Admission Control. Call Admission Control. CAC Mechanisms. Local CAC Mechanisms. Measurement-Based CAC Mechanisms. Resource-Based CAC Mechanisms. Feature Combinations, Interactions, and Sequencing.II. NETWORK DESIGN STRATEGIES. 5. Designing Static Dial Plans for Large VoIP Networks. Components of Large H.323 Networks. Design Methodology for Large-Scale Dial Plans. H.323 Network Components in Large-Scale Dial Plans. Dial Plan Call Routing Tools and Features. Example: Use of Translation Rules, Technology Prefixes, and Dial-Peer Failover. Example: Implementing an International Dial Plan.6. Designing a Long-DistanceVoIP Network. Long-Distance VoIP Network Features and Benefits. Long-Distance VoIP Design Methodology. Step 1: Identify Services. Step 2: Determine Carriers or Providers. Step 3: Determine Interconnection Types. Step 4: Determine Call Topologies. Step 5: Identify Deployment Scenario. Step 6: Identify Functional Areas. Step 7: Identify Required Hardware and Software Components. Step 8: Identify Design and Scalability Issues. Step 9: Configure and Provision Components.III. NETWORK SERVICES. 7. Managed Multiservice Networks and Packet Voice VPNs. Managed Multiservice Networks. Peer-to-Peer Managed Multiservice Networks. Packet Voice Virtual Private Networks.8. Fax Services. Traditional Fax over Circuit-Switched Networks. Cisco Store and Forward Fax. T.38 Real-Time Fax and Never-Busy Fax Service.9. Unified Messaging. Market Scope. Unified Messaging Features. Components of a Unified Messaging System. Typical uOne Call Flows. Deploying Unified Messaging Services in a Service Provider Environment. Deploying Unified Messaging for Dial Internet Access. Deploying Unified Messaging for Dedicated Internet Access. Redundancy and Load Balancing. Unified Messaging Configuration Examples.10. Prepaid Services. Debit Card Application Overview. Debit Card Application Functional Call Flow. Architecture for Internally Managed Prepaid Services. Prepaid Services Configuration Guidelines. Internally Managed Prepaid Services Call Example. Using OSP for Clearinghouse Services. OSP Clearinghouse Operation and Call Flow. Architecture for OSP. OSP Clearinghouse Solution Configuration Guidelines. Troubleshooting OSP. OSP Clearinghouse Configuration Examples.IV. APPENDIXES. Appendix A: Erlang B Traffic Model. Appendix B: Extended Erlang B Traffic Model. Appendix C: TCL IVR Scripts.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Davidson and Tina Fox ; contributing authors, Phil Bailey [and others].


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