Implementing Cisco IP Telephony and Video, Part 2 (CIPTV2) Foundation Learning Guide

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I talked earlier about the CCNP Collaboration and its exams. If you study and pass the CIPTV1 exam, then the logical next step is to study for the CIPTV2. Here, I briefly expose the CIPTV2 exam: Implementing Cisco IP Telephony and Video part 2. The Foundation Learning Guide is officially published but not yet released by Ciscopress on March 24th 2016. As of March 19th, the book is also still not provided by Amazon.

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Why did Cisco release a CIPTV2 book before CIPTV1? I think Cisco aims to migrate the existing CCNP Voice professionals to CCNP Collaboration.

CIPTV2 Foundation Learning Guide contents at a glance

Here are the chapter you will encounter in the CIPTV2 Foundation Learning Guide:

  1. Cisco Collaboration Solution Multisite Deployment Considerations
  2. Understanding Multisite Deployment Solutions
  3. Overview of PSTN and Intersite Connectivity Options
  4. URI-Based Dial Plan for Multisite Deployments
  5. Remote Site Telephony and Branch Redundancy Options
  6. Cisco Collaboration Solution Bandwidth Management
  7. Call Admission Control (CAC) Implementation
  8. Implementing Cisco Device Mobility
  9. Cisco Extension Mobility
  10. Implementing Cisco Unified Mobility
  11. Cisco Video Communication Server and Expressway Deployment
  12. Deploying Users and Endpoints in Cisco VCS Control
  13. Interconnecting Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Video Control Server
  14. Cisco Unified Communications Mobile and Remote Access
  15. Cisco Inter-Cluster Lookup Service (ILS) and Global Dial Plan Replication (GDPR)
  16. Cisco Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) and Call Control Discovery (CCD)

Here is a sneak peek of what is expected from the book:

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Categories: CCNP Collaboration

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Keyboard Banger is a network engineer from Africa. He has been working in network support and administration since 2008. He started writing study notes about certification exams and technology topics a couple of years ago. When he's not writing articles, he can be found wandering on technical forums.


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