CCNP Collaboration Certification and Training
Technology advances are enabling new collaboration applications and businesses
that connect everything—people, devices, machines, and applications. With intentbased networking, collaboration teams can take advantage of automation to scale their infrastructure. But to capitalize on these opportunities, today’s collaboration professionals need a broader range of skills and deeper focus in strategic technology areas. The CCNP Collaboration certification program gives you exactly that breadth and depth.
CCNP Collaboration certification was to help you prove your skills in the
ever-changing landscape of collaboration technologies. The certification covers core
technologies and a collaboration focus area of your choice. You choose where you want to focus. You choose where to take your career.
To earn CCNP Collaboration, you pass two exams: a core exam and a collaboration concentration exam of your choice. And now every exam in the CCNP Collaboration program earns an individual Specialist certification, so you get recognized for your accomplishments along the way.
- The core exam focuses on your knowledge of collaboration infrastructure. The core exam is also the qualifying exam for CCIE Collaboration certification. Passing this exam helps toward earning both of these certifications.
- Concentration exams focus on emerging and industry-specific topics. You can prepare for concentration exams by taking their corresponding Cisco training courses.
CCNP Collaboration Certification and TrainingWe have put together a solid Five-day course for each of the CCNP Security module and six Saturdays only for the weekend class.
The CCNP COLLABORATION MODULES
here are no formal prerequisites for CCNP Collaboration, but you should have a good understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam. CCNP candidates often also have three to five years of experience implementing collaboration solutions.
Objectives for CCNP Collaboration Core Training
- Describe the Cisco Collaboration solutions architecture
- Compare the IP Phone signaling protocols of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), H323, Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), and Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP)
- Integrate and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communications Manager with LDAP for user synchronization and user authentication
- Implement Cisco Unified Communications Manager provisioning features
- Describe the different codecs and how they are used to transform analogue voice into digital streams
- Describe a dial plan, and explain call routing in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
- Implement Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) access using MGCP gateways
- Implement a Cisco gateway for PSTN access
- Configure calling privileges in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
- Implement toll fraud prevention
- Implement globalized call routing within a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster
- Implement and troubleshoot media resources in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
- Describe Cisco Instant Messaging and Presence, including call flows and protocols
- Describe and configure endpoints and commonly required features
- Configure and troubleshoot Cisco Unity Connection integration
- Configure and troubleshoot Cisco Unity Connection call handlers
- Describe how Mobile Remote Access (MRA) is used to allow endpoints to work from outside the company
- Analyze traffic patterns and quality issues in converged IP networks supporting voice, video, and data traffic
- Define QoS and its models
- Implement classification and marking
- Configure classification and marking options on Cisco Catalyst® switches
Who should Attend this Course
- Students preparing to take the CCNP Collaboration certification
- Network administrators
- Network engineers
- Systems engineers