CCVP Objectivies - Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Exam Objectivies for 5 exams to complete the CCVP certification.
Cvoice 6.0: Cisco Voice over IP (CVOICE) v6.0
? Describe VoIP, components of a VoIP network, VoIP protocols, special requirements for VoIP
calls, and Codecs.
? Configure gateway interconnections to support VoIP and PSTN calls.
? Describe the basic signaling protocols used on voice gateways and configure a gateway to
support calls using the various signaling protocols.
? Define a dial plan, describing the purpose of each dial plan component, and implement a dial
plan on a voice gateway..
? Describe gatekeeper functions, protocols, and operation and implement an H.323 gatekeeper to
provide dial plan resolution and call admission control.
? Implement a Cisco Unified Border Element gateway to connect to an Internet Telephony Service
QOS Exm: Implementing Cisco Quality of Service (QoS) v2.2
? Identify the components of the Cisco Unity system, describe their standard and optional
features, and explain and how they integrate into a unified messaging system
? explain the need to implement Quality of Service (QoS) and explain methods for implementing
and managing QoS
? identify and describe different models used for ensuring QoS in a network and explain key IP
QoS mechanisms used to implement the models
? explain the use of MQC and AutoQoS to implement QoS on the network
? use Cisco QoS queuing mechanisms to manage network congestion
? use Cisco QoS congestion avoidance mechanisms to reduce the effects of congestion on the
? use Cisco QoS traffic policing and traffic shaping mechanisms to effectively limit the rate
of network traffic
? successfully use Cisco link efficiency mechanisms to improve the bandwidth efficiency of the
? correctly select the most appropriate QoS mechanisms for providing QoS using Cisco best
TUC Exam: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Systems (TUC) v1.0
The professional will troubleshoot Unified Communications Systems / Solutions and components /
products by identifying and isolating problems, recommending solutions, and implementing fixes
? Describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager including its functions, architecture,
deployment and redundancy options, and how to install or upgrade. CIPT1 6.0: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 1 (CIPT1) v6.0 ? Perform Cisco Unified Communications Manager platform and general administration, initial configuration, and user management.
? Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support on-cluster calling in a singe site
? Implement a dial plan in Cisco Unified Communications Manager to make internal calls and
place calls the PSTN.
? Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager media resources, features and voice mail
CIPT2 6.0: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2 (CIPT2) v6.0
? Describe multisite deployment issues and solutions, and describe and configure required dial
plan elements .
? Implement call processing resiliency in remote sites using SRST, MGCP fallback, and Cisco
Unified Communications Manager Express in SRST mode.
? Implement call admission control to prevent oversubscription of the IP WAN.
? Implement features and applications that are pertinent for multisite deployments.
? Secure a Cisco Unified Communications IP Telephony deployment.
GWGK: Implementing Cisco Voice Gateways and Gatekeepers (GWGK) v2.0
This exam is for the old Callmanager Certification track which is not part ot the
new Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Gateway Deployments Introducing Gateways Implementing H.323 Gateways Implementing MGCP Gateways
Implementing SIP Gateways Implementing SRST Gateways
Cisco IP Communiczations PSTN and PBX Imtegrations Introducing PSTN and PBX Trunks Implementing
Analog Trunks Implementing CAS Trunks Implementing BRI and PRI Trunks Implementing QSIG Trunks
Dial Plans on IOS Gateways Dial Plan Overview Implementing PSTN Dial Plans on IOS Gateways
Implementing PSTN Dial Plans on IOS Gateways Implementing Multi Site Dial Plans on IOS Gateways
Implementing Calling Privileges on IOS Gateways Implementing RSVP Based CAC
Advanced Gateway Features Implementing Media Resources using IOS Gateway DSPs Implementing FAX
Support on IOS Gateways Call Applicaitons on IOS Gagteways
Gatekeeper Deployments Introducing Deployments Implementing Basic Gatekeeper Functionality
Implementing Gatekeeper Call Adminsion Control Implementing Advanced Gatekeeper Functionality
Implementing Gatekeeper Redundancy
IP-IP Gateway IP-IP Gateway Overview Implementing IP-IP Gateways
Cisco Security - CCSP
Exam Objectivies - Total of 3 plus an elective exams needed complete the CCSP
SNRS 642-502 - Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches
? secure a network using existing Cisco IOS security including Trust and Identy with Identity
Based Networking Service; Network Foundation Protection including securing the Control,
Management and Data Plane.
? Invoke Secured Connectivity with IPsec and VPNs, and implement Adaptive Threat Defense by
configuring Cisco Classic and Zone-Based Firewalls and Cisco IOS IPS.
SNAF: Securing Networks with ASA Fundamentals (SNAF) v1.0
? Securing Networks with ASA Fundamentals (SNAF) v1.0 is an update to Securing Networks with
PIX and ASA (SNPA) v5.0, an existing five-day instructor-led course on using the Cisco ASA
and PIX Security Appliance software version 7.2 to protect network systems from intrusions
and security threats. In order to cover new features of ASA software version 8.0 and
preserve the 5-day length of the course, some of the advanced content in SNPA 5.0 has been
moved to the new Securing Networks with ASA Advanced (SNAA) course. Content that has been
moved to SNAA includes the following: configuring the ASA 5505 dual-ISP support, configuring
ASA 5505 VLANs, configuring policy NAT, installing and configuring the Cisco Secure Desktop,
configuring the security appliance to pass multicast traffic, configuring Layer 7 class maps
and policy maps, and initializing the AIP-SSM and CSC-SSM.
Another difference between SNPA 5.0 and SNAF 1.0 is that SNAF 1.0 configurations are
ASDM rather than the CLI. The SNAF 1.0 course covers important new ASA and PIX Security
Appliance 8.0 features.
PS: Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) v6.0
? Learners will deploy, configure, and administer Cisco IPS sensors to protect network devices
as well as efficiently manage IPS alarms
Plus one of the following as an elective
SNAA: Securing Networks with ASA Advanced (SNAA) v1.0
? Configure policy NAT based on traffic type.
? Describe the layer 7 modular policy framework for the security appliance and how it is
? Describe the layer 7 advanced protocol handling capabilities of modular policy frame and how
it is configured.
? Determine the necessary configuration for the ASA 5505 to be a VPN hardware client.
? Configure CSD and DAP for SSL VPN connections on the Cisco ASA.
? Identify the steps needed to configure, inspect, and filter traffic with the Content
Security and Control SSM.
? Identify the steps needed to configure the security appliance to identify, alert, and defend
MARS 642-545: Implementing Cisco Security Monitoring, Analysis and Response
System (MARS) v3.0
? Use CS-MARS to monitor security and host application devices.
? Know CS-MARS architecture and how CS-MARS process events.
? Know how to use archive and restore features.
? Use CS-MARS to run / create / customize reports
? Use CS-MARS to investigate an incident and mitigate the security threats.
? Use CS-MARS to do customer parser for unknown devices in CS-MARS.
? Use CS-MARS to create / customize rules that detects dark net through best practices example.
? Know how to tune signature / log level on device side and CS-MARS side.
CANAC: Implementing Cisco NAC Appliance (CANAC) v2.1
The NAC Appliance (Cisco Clean Access) is a "shrink-wrapped" network admission control solution
that recognizes users, their devices and roles; evaluates the security posture of the endpoint and
scans for vulnerabilities; and enforces policy in the network. In particular, prior to allowing
users onto the network, the NAC Appliance (Cisco Clean Access) solution allows administrators to
authenticate, authorize, interrogate and remediate users and their machines enforcing policy based
access control on the network.