CCNP Collaboration Call Control and Mobility Claccm 300-815 Official Cert Guide

Davis, Kyzer, Kinane, Patrick, Giralt, Paul

  • 出版商: Cisco Press
  • 出版日期: 2020-12-22
  • 售價: $2,650
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  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 688
  • 裝訂: Hardcover - also called cloth, retail trade, or trade
  • ISBN: 0136575544
  • ISBN-13: 9780136575542
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CCNP Collaboration CLACCM #300-815 Official Cert Guide is Cisco's official, comprehensive self-study resource for Cisco's CLACCM #300-815 exam (Implementing Cisco Advanced Call Control and Mobility Services), part of today's pathway to the CCNP Collaboration credential. It will thoroughly prepare network professionals to consolidate communications infrastructure into scalable, portable, and secure collaboration solutions using Cisco's advanced call control and mobility services.
Designed for all CCNP Collaboration candidates preparing for the CLACCM #300-815 exam, it covers every objective concisely and logically, with extensive teaching features designed to promote retention and understanding. You'll find:
  • Pre-chapter quizzes to assess knowledge upfront and focus your study more efficiently
  • Foundation topics sections that explain concepts and configurations, and link theory to practice
  • Key topics sections calling attention to every figure, table, and list you must know
  • Exam Preparation sections with additional chapter review features
  • Final preparation chapter providing tools and a complete final study plan
  • A customizable practice test library
This guide offers comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of all CLACCM #300-815 topics related to:
  • SIP/H.323 protocols, signaling, session establishment, and troubleshooting
  • Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) call routing, dial planning, configuration, and troubleshooting
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) call control and dial planning, including IP Phone registration and call routing, SIP trunks, route patterns, and more
  • CUCME IP Phone Registration, features, and SRST, including hunt groups, call queuing, time-of-day routing, conferencing, call park/pickup, mobility options, and global dial plan replication


Kyzer Davis, CCIE Collaboration No. 54735, is an escalation point for various worldwide cloud and collaboration teams within Cisco Systems. He is the focal point for supporting, troubleshooting, and resolving complex, solution-level problems involving voice, video, cloud, and security portions of the Cisco Unified collaboration product portfolio. In addition to his work on this book, Kyzer has authored and presented numerous technical white papers on Cisco collaboration configuration, architecture, protocol design, and security topics, many of which are leveraged by Cisco partners, Cisco exam instructors, and Cisco employees for training and education.

Prior to writing this book, Kyzer co-authored the Cisco Press publication Understanding Session Border Controllers: Comprehensive Guide to Designing, Deploying, Troubleshooting, and Maintaining Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) Solutions. In addition, he works with Learning@Cisco on strategy and content development for numerous Cisco certifications. Kyzer is a technology enthusiast and mentor who is always working on automation initiatives and dabbling in new and evolving technology. He also enjoys a mean barbecue.

Paul Giralt, CCIE R&S, CCIE Voice, CCIE Collaboration No. 4793, is a distinguished engineer in the Customer Experience organization, where he focuses on Cisco collaboration technologies. He spends much of his time helping Cisco's largest customers accelerate the adoption of Cisco technologies and solutions and building new services capabilities to provide more proactive and predictive services as well as improve product serviceability. Paul has spent his 22+-year career at Cisco in TAC, the Collaboration Technology Group, Solution Validation Services, Cisco Advanced Services, and, most recently, as part of the Customer Experience organization. Paul has spent years troubleshooting and diagnosing issues on some of the largest and most complex Cisco collaboration deployments. He is passionate about the intersection of programmability and Cisco collaboration products as well as giving customers the knowledge and tools they need to diagnose issues on their own.

Paul is the author of the classic Cisco Press title Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony and is well known for his Cisco Live! sessions on SIP, collaboration APIs, troubleshooting Cisco collaboration, and other topics related to Cisco collaboration, making him a member of the Cisco Live! Distinguished Speaker Hall of Fame Elite. He is also the creator of the TranslatorX tool, which is used across the Cisco collaboration industry, as well as a contributor to SIP standards in the IETF. Paul has a degree in computer engineering from the University of Miami.

Patrick Kinane, CCIE Collaboration No. 58284, is a senior engineer and escalation point for the worldwide Cisco Unified Communications Manager teams within Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC). He is a subject matter expert (SME) for Cisco collaboration products such as Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco collaboration endpoints, Cisco Paging Server, and Cisco Emergency Responder. Patrick can be found on the following social media sites:

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Gonzalo Salgueiro, CCIE No. 4541, is a distinguished engineer at Cisco working in the Customer Experience Technology Office (CXTO) helping to shape technical and organizational strategies, leading innovation and automation initiatives, and driving engineering excellence. Gonzalo has spent 23+ years at Cisco, establishing himself as a subject matter expert, an innovator, and an industry thought leader in various technologies, including collaboration, cloud, and IoT. Gonzalo is an established member of numerous industry organizations and is a regular presenter and distinguished speaker at a variety of technical industry conferences and Cisco events around the world. He has held various industry leadership roles, including serving as a member of the board of directors of the SIP Forum, co-chair of the ASAP, INSIPID, and SIPBRANDY IETF working groups, a member of the IoT Directorate in the IETF, and co-chair of the WebRTC Task Group, IPv6 Task Group, and FoIP Task Group in the SIP Forum. He is an active contributor to various industry organizations and standardization activities.

Gonzalo previously co-authored three Cisco Press books on IoT and collaboration technologies. He has also co-authored 25 IETF RFCs, 4 IEEE papers, 4 ITU contributions, and numerous industry and academic research papers on a variety of different technical topics. He is also co-inventor of 120+ patents (issued and pending) and has contributed to various interop and open source development efforts. Gonzalo received a master's degree in physics from the University of Miami.