Configuring Cisco Voice Over IP, Second Edition provides network administrators with a thorough understanding of Cisco's current voice solutions. This book is organized around the configuration of all of Cisco's core VoIP products, including Cisco CallManager software, Cisco 7910 series of phones, and server-based IP PBXs. In addition, AVVID coverage has been added.
An update to a bestselling title in a growth market. Continued competitive pressure on ISPs to deliver VoIP will create strong demand information on topic
Voice Over IP is expected to make great inroads in 2002. Voice-over-IP got its start at the time of the first edition of the book; it is now real and more companies are adopting it since IT managers have become less skeptical of IP telephony's reliability and more aware of the potential cost savings and application benefits of a converged network. Voip wares now promise easier quality-of-service (QoS) deployment, and a multitude of new IP phones and conferencing stations for corporations. Cisco and IBM recently announced a package deal that could help businesses quickly roll out IP voice in a small or midsize office. Since getting into the IP telephony market two years ago, Cisco has seen quick success in selling its voice-over-IP products into its vast installed base of IP LAN equipment customers. The firm was the top vendor of IP phones in the first quarter of this year and second in IP PBX system shipments (behind 3Com), according to Cahners In-Stat.
Foreword Introduction Chapter 1 Introduction to Voice Over IP and Business Justifications Introduction Introduction to Voice Over IP General Overview of Voice Technologies Common VoIP Implementation Services Toll Bypass Cisco IP Telephony Corporate Multimedia The Emerging Carrier and Intercarrier VoIP Basic Toll-Bypass Designs Tie-Line Replacement The Merging of Voice and Data Networks Using Frame Relay for Toll Bypass Using Asynchronous Transfer Mode for Toll Bypass Using Point-to-Point Leased Lines for Toll Bypass Return on Investment Advanced Features and Integration Possibilities Replacing the Traditional PBX TAPI Integration Web Click-to-Talk Transfer, Forward, and Conference Capabilities Call Detail Recording and Data Mining Transcoders Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 2 Traditional Voice Telephony Principles Introduction Analog Systems Basic Telephone System Operation Analog Network Components Voice Encoding: Standards and Techniques Cabling Analog Signaling Analog Signal Composition E&M Signaling Loop and Ground Start Dial-Pulse Signaling Dual-Tone Multifrequency Digital Transmission Time-Division Multiplexing Integrated Services Digital Network Signaling Call Control Signaling Channel Associated Signaling Common Channel Signaling Signaling System 7 Signaling Points Signaling Links SS7 Protocol Stack Analog-to-Digital Conversion Modems Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapte
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