I passed the IIUC yesterday, so now I'm a CCNA Voice. It's kind of belittling to get a CCNA-level certification at this point in my career, but I didn't want to be completely left behind, so I figured I should move into some voice stuff…
This is my first attempt at a simple CME exercise.
My IIUC study notes on voice ports and dial peers.
Today we discuss paging, after-hours call blocking, call accounting, and music on hold.
There sure are a lot of phone features in CME. Here are a few of them.
Today we cover some things we have to do to get the phones up and running on the LAN.
These are some of my notes on my IIUC studies. Since I am a novice as voice stuff, please let me know what I get wrong. An ephone is a representation of a phone. It's basically a structure of features that a phone will have. …
Here are my rambling notes on how to power Cisco IP phones.
Feel free to correct. No need to sugar-coat it; I’m pretty new at this stuff. 🙂 Advantages of VoIP Reduces costs of communications: Eliminates/reduces long distance and international call tolls Reduces costs of cabling: No need for second network of phone lines Integrates all voice…
I’m starting down the CCNA Voice path to get some exposure to the voice side of the house. Here are some of my notes for those studies.