Cisco 640-861 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions
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This preface describes the purpose, intended audience, organization, and conventions
for the Cisco IP Telephony Network Design Guide. This document serves as an implementation guide for Cisco AVVID (Architecture
for Voice, Video and Integrated Data) networks based on Cisco CallManager
Release 3.0(5). With such a high level of industry interest regarding IP telephony,
customers are aggressively pursuing Cisco solutions for both large and small
networks. Solutions based on Cisco CallManager Release 3.0(5) allow Cisco to
deliver large-scale IP telephony systems with many capabilities....
Routing protocols make routers work together. Routers keep track of the networks they are
directly connected to, as well as other routers on the networks in order to forward packets to
foreign networks. A router maintains this info in its routing table and periodically shares
information from that table to other routers on the network. This info is used to determine the
best route for an incoming packet to take its destination.
This publication provides internetworking design and implementation information and helps you
identify and implement practical internetworking strategies that are both ﬂexible and scalable.
This publication was developed to assist professionals preparing for Cisco Certiﬁed Internetwork
Expert (CCIE) candidacy, though it is a valuable resource for all internetworking professionals. It is
designed for use in conjunction with other Cisco manuals or as a standalone reference.
This document provides information about using X.509 digital certificates issued by a Cisco IOS CA
server to authenticate VPN tunnels between Cisco routers. It provides design considerations,
step-by-step configuration instructions, and basic management options for VPN crypto devices using
X.509 digital certificates. This document is written for Cisco system engineers and assumes that you
have a working knowledge of Cisco IOS routers, as well as a basic understanding of IPSec,
ISAKMP/IKE, and X.509 digital certificates....
This document provides design considerations and guidelines for implementing Cisco IP Telephony
solutions based on the Cisco Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID).
This document is primarily an update of the design guidelines and information presented in the Cisco IP
Telephony Solution Reference Network Design (SRND) for Cisco CallManager releases 3.1 and 3.2,
which is available online at
This document assumes that you are already familiar with the terms and concepts presented in previous
versions of the Cisco IP Telephony SRND.
This design guide is intended for the system architects, engineers, and Cisco channel partners who want
to apply best design practices for Cisco IPCC Express.
This design guide assumes that the reader is already familiar with the following concepts:
• Cisco CallManager Administration
• Cisco IPCC Express and Cisco IP IVR administration
• General system requirements and network design guidelines available from your local Cisco
Systems Engineer (SE)
Modern WAN architectures require additional network capabilities to support current higher bandwidth
and mission-critical applications. Requirements for deploying voice over IP (VoIP) and video
conferencing include high availability, IP multicast, and quality of service (QoS). Today, most
enterprises rely on private WAN connections such as Frame Relay, ATM, or leased-line services to
connect their businesses.
This document provides system-level best practices and design guidance for the Cisco Internet Protocol
Contact Center (IPCC) Express Edition Release 4.0. With proper planning, design, and implementation,
Cisco IPCC Express provides a reliable and flexible voice processing and contact center solution for the
enterprise. This design guide is intended for the system architects, designers, engineers, and Cisco channel partners
who want to apply best design practices for Cisco IPCC Express.
This document provides guidance on how to design a local area network (LAN) for a Business Ready
Branch or autonomous Business Ready Office where corporate services such as voice, video, and data
are converged onto a single office network.
Because of the numerous combinations of features, platforms, and customer requirements that make up
a branch office design, this version of the design guide focuses on various LAN designs for voice and
data services. This document also includes design guidance on the LAN side of the office network using
features such as 802.
The Cisco TelePresence System 3000 (CTS-3000) is designed for large group meetings, seating up to 12
participants around a virtual table. It consists of:
• Three 65” high definition plasma displays
• Three high definition cameras
• Three wide band microphones and speakers
• A lighting shroud integrated around a purpose built meeting room table
Customers must furnish their own chairs. A Cisco 7970G IP phone is used to launch, control, and end
This document is intended for network professionals and others participating in the design and
deployment of enterprise location-aware wireless LANs. Specifically, this information targets those
individuals who plan to integrate the following asset tracking product offerings into a Cisco Unified
Wireless Network (Cisco UWN):
• PanGo Networks PanOS location management platform
• PanGo Networks PanGo Locator asset tracking applications
This module provides students with a systematic method for beginning the
design process by gathering information and then turning that information into
use cases and data requirements. Both functional and nonfunctional data
requirements are discussed, and students will learn to validate their work by
tracing the requirements back to the original business needs.
ADC’s WorldDSL G.S is a family of high-speed SHDSL access devices complying with the
ITU-T G.991.2 G.SHDSL standard. These modems are specifically designed for the diverse
telecommunication needs of global markets. Ideal for telco and enterprise networks,
WorldDSL G.S products conform to international standards to ensure compatibility,
performance and safety within your network environment.
In this activity, you will evaluate the logical design for part of the solution
developed for the Ferguson and Bardell, Inc. case study. From this design, you
will determine the tables, columns, data types, and keys that are appropriate for
Cisco Systems, Inc., the worldwide leader
in networking for the Internet, has
prepared this guide to make networking
easier for your campus or district. If
you’re new to networking, it’s an ideal
introduction, starting with the most basic of components and helping you pinpoint the
best technologies and design for your network. If you already know your networking
ABCs, look to this guide for straightforward explanations of key terms and concepts to
keep building your knowledge base.
Identify a project that you have been involved with in the past.
If you have never been involved in a software development project, pick any
other type of project that involved some activities related to conceptual data
design. For example, creating a little-league sports roster, a scoring or
organization project, a school charity drive project, or the opening of an
Internet Web site that has to service many users simultaneously.
This activity requires the use of the optimization techniques discussed in this
module. You will consider ways to optimize a physical data design for
insertions, updates, and deletions, as well as any nonfunctional requirements
specified by the activitys scenario.