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1 Gateway and Trunk Concepts Chapter 07

2 The Process of Converting Voice to Packet 0

3 Encoding Voice into Binary mu-law is a positive value is a negative value

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5 Choosing a Voice Codec

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10 RTP and RTCP – Real-time Transport Protocol Sequence numbers Time stamps Real-time Transport Control Protocol – Packet count – Packet delay – Packet loss – Jitter (delay variations)

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12 Trunking CME to the PSTN

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14 Trunking CME to Other VoIP Systems

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16 H.323 The first VoIP

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20 SIP Session Initation Protocol – NEXT Generation of H.323

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23 MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol – First true client/server VoIP signaling protocol “Call agent” – Not as widely supported as H.323 or SIP

24 SCCP Skinny Client Control Protocol – Only Cisco proprietary protocol in use today – Its function is to provide signaling between the Cisco Unified Communication Manager and the Cisco IP phones

25 ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Providers) Vonage Verizon at&t Ooma

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28 VoIP ISP in USA (sample list) Best X-Voice Magic Jack Nextiva Avaya Lingo Zimbio NEC Ooma 8x8 Talk Switch Cisco ShoreTel Intalk Viatalk VoIP.com ITP Vonage

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30 Configuring and Verifying Gateway and Trunk Chapter 08

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32 Configuring Analog Ports FXS FXO

33 FXS Foreign Exchange Station Ports Signaling types – Ground start – Loop start

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38 FXO Foreign Exchange Office

39 Configuring Digital Voice Ports T1 CAS PSTN interfaces T1 CCS PSTN interfaces PBXs use E&M CAS typically uses loop start

40 Configuring a T1 CAS PSTN Interface Turn to page 253

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42 Configuring a T1 CCS PSTN Interface Turn to page 257

43 Dial Peers (POTS & VoIP Dial Peers)

44 Voice Call Legs

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46 Configuring POTS Dial Peers

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52 Dial Peer Wildcards

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56 Private Line Automatic Ringdown PLAR FXS PLAR FXO PLAR

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60 Router Call Processing & Digit Manipulation

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64 Inbound and Outbound Dial Peers

65 Matching Inbound and Outbound Dial Peers

66 Failovers & Multiple Voice Paths

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68 Redirecting Operator Calls

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70 Centralizing PSTN Access

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72 Using Translation Profiles

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75 QoS (Quality of Service) Bandwidth Delay – Fixed delay – Variable delay – Jitter (delay variations) – Packet loss End-to-end delay budget: <150 ms Jitter: 30 <30 ms Packet loss: <1%

76 Cisco AutoQoS Advantages over manual QoS configuration Reduces time of deployment Provides configuration consistency Reduces deployment cost Still allows for manual tuning

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