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Cisco 210-065 CIVND: Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices Online Training Course


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Online
Duration
Self-paced
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Cisco Certified Network Associate Video (CCNA Video) Designed to provide students with the necessary information to earn a CCNA Collaboration certification.
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Overview

This course provides students with the necessary knowledge to describe and implement Cisco Video solution architectures including Cisco Tele-Presence products, video based end-points, and digital media platform including digital media players for small to medium size businesses. This course was designed as the second part of a two part series on Cisco Collaboration technologies which are designed to provide students with the necessary information to earn a CCNA Collaboration certification.

Certification

Cisco Certified Network Associate Video (CCNA Video) Designed to provide students with the necessary information to earn a CCNA Collaboration certification.

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Description

Part 1: Cisco Video Components And Architectures

Module 1: Cisco Video And Content Delivery

  • 1.1 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 1
  • 1.2 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 2
  • 1.3 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 3

Module 2: Cisco Video Surveillance

  • 2.1 Cisco Video Surveillance Part 1
  • 2.2 Cisco Video Surveillance Part 2

Module 3: Cisco Collaboration

  • 3.1 Cisco Collaboration Part 1
  • 3.2 Cisco Collaboration Part 2
  • 3.3 Cisco Collaboration Part 3

Module 4: Central Collaboration Endpoint Control

  • 4.1 Central Collaboration Endpoint Control


Part 2: Unified IP Phones, Desk Endpoints And Cisco Jabber

Module 5: Unified IP Phones, Desk Endpoints And Cisco Jabber

  • 5.1 Unified IP Phones Desk Endpoints And Cisco Jabber

Module 6: Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber

  • 6.1 Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber Part 1
  • 6.2 Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber Part 2

Module 7: Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone Snd Cisco Jabber

  • 7.1 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone And Cisco Jabber Part 1
  • 7.2 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone And Cisco Jabber Part 2
  • 7.3 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone And Cisco Jabber Part 3


Part 3: Cisco Telepresence Endpoints

Module 8: Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics

  • 8.1 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 1
  • 8.2 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 2
  • 8.3 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 3
  • 8.4 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 4

Module 9: Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints

  • 9.1 Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints Part 1
  • 9.2 Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints Part 2

Module 10: Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints

  • 10.1 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 1
  • 10.2 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 2
  • 10.3 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 3
  • 10.4 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 4
  • 10.5 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 5
  • 10.6 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 6

Module 11: Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints

  • 11.1 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 1
  • 11.2 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 2
  • 11.3 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 3
  • 11.4 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 4
  • 11.5 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 5


Part 4: Multipoint Conferencing

Module 12: Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions

  • 12.1 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 1
  • 12.2 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 2
  • 12.3 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 3

Module 13: Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint

  • 13.1 Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint Part 1
  • 13.2 Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint Part 2


Part 5: Cisco Digital Media Players

Module 14: Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation

  • 14.1 Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation Part 1
  • 14.2 Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation Part 2

Module 15: Configuring Cisco DMPs

  • 15.1 Configuring Cisco DMPs

Module 16: Managing Cisco Edge 340 DMPs

  • 16.1 Managing Cisco Edge 340 DMPs
  • 16.2 Course Conclusion

Module 17: Labs

  • 17.1 Basic Switch Port Configuration
  • 17.2 Dashboard Options Part 1
  • 17.3 Dashboard Options Part 2
  • 17.4 Preparations For Endpoints Part 1
  • 17.5 Preparations For Endpoints Part 2
  • 17.6 Preparations For Endpoints Part 3
  • 17.7 Preparations For Endpoints Part 4
  • 17.8 Basic Troubleshooting
  • 17.9 Setup TC Endpoint Part 1
  • 17.10 Setup TC Endpoint Part 2
  • 17.11 Setup TC Endpoint Part 3
  • 17.12 Setup TC Endpoint Part 4

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