Nortel Communication Server 1000 Rls 4.5 Bootcamp

10 Day Course
Code 6095A

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Overview

This 10 day accelerated instructor-led course provides students with a thorough understanding of Communication Server 1000M/S/E Rls 4.5, addressing installation, configuration and maintenance procedures.

After you complete this course, you will be able to:

- Describe the Communication Server 1000E/S/M system architecture
- Identify the components of the Communication Server 1000E/S/M
- Install the Call Server, Media Gateways and Signaling Server
- Configure the Communication Server 1000 to work across a LAN
- Configure the Communication Server 1000 using Element Manager
- Configure Media Cards, IP Phones and Core Features
- Describe IP Peer Networking & Virtual Trunking
- Configure IP Peer Networking using Element Manager
- Configure Geographic Redundancy and Campus Redundancy
- Perform basic troubleshooting techniques for systems & sites
- Configure Media Gateways for Survivability
- Maintain, backup and restore the system
- Configure the system to support Personal Directory, Redial list and Callers list features
- Configure the system to support Personal Call Assistant (PCA) and Virtual Office features
- Configure Adaptive Bandwidth Management, Bandwidth Zones and IP Sets
- Configure Web Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
- Configure Pseudo TTYs and manage logins
- Configure the Media Gateway 1000B & Alternative Call Routing
- Complete test calls between the Media Gateway & the main system

Who should attend

This course is aimed at installation, administration and maintenance personnel working on Nortel Communication Server Server 1000M/S/E Rls 4.5.

Please call for course dates.

Training Partners

We work with the following best of breed training partners using our bulk buying power to bring you a wider range of dates, locations and prices.

Modules

Course Content (25 topics)

  • System Overview
  • Platform Components
  • Call Server & Media Gateway Installation
  • Call Server to MG 1000S Link, Survivability, ELAN & TTY Configuration
  • System Software Configuration
  • Signaling Server Installation
  • Element Manager Configuration
  • Terminals, Trunks and Cards
  • Core Features
  • IP Peer Networking
  • Geographic Redundancy and
  • Campus Redundancy
  • Maintenance and Support
  • IP Phone Set Features
  • Media Card Installation
  • System Maintenance
  • Adaptive Bandwidth Management
  • Web Secure Sockets Layer/Transportation Layer Security (SSL/TLS)
  • ELAN Configuration
  • Media Gateway 100B Overview
  • Basic Configuration to support IP Telsets
  • Traditional Branch Sets
  • PSTN Access
  • Network Bandwidth Management
  • Alternative Call Routing

Prerequisites

Knowledge of the following areas is required for this course: - Meridian 1 PBX Fundamentals Fast Track - Meridian 1 Features and Networking Fast Track - Meridian 1 PBX Large Switch Installation and Maintenance - VoIP Technologies

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