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    Default Revamped CCVP Lab Setup

    Well, I had some time to re-think the lab so I wiped the configs, killed the UCM VMs and started from scratch last week. Visio diagram below – I still need to document the internet cloud and remote VPN site, but that’s the new setup in a nutshell. Hoping that I can ride it out for the home stretch – CIPT2 and TUC to go. This time, as soon as I got data, VLAN, basic PSTN, and basic CM connectivity, I backed up all of the devices and virtual machines so that I can just restore everything to its core state when I mess it up (again).

    On the menu for this w/e is SRST, MGCP Fallback, TEHO, CME Fallback, AAR, and CAC labs – It’s gonna be a PARTY

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    #2
    dude where is your visio digram ?? I dont see it in your post?
    and good idea on the back up in pure state hahahhah spoken like a vet!
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    looking good

    Whats in your kit list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laidbackfreak View Post

    Whats in your kit list?

    It keeps evolving but I think I'm good for a while now. Would love to add a 3750 but since the NME-16ES actually runs the full 3750 EMI IOS, I’m holding off until the prices come down a tad.

    HQ
    2811, PVDM2-32, VIC2-4FXO, VIC2-2FXS, VWIC-2MFT-T1, WIC-2T
    3550 EMI PoE
    3x7941s

    BR1
    2811, PVDM2-32, VIC2-4FXO, VIC-4FXS/DID, VWIC-2MFT-T1, WIC-2T, AIM-CUE, Inline PSU, NME-16ES-1G-P
    2x7965s (love these)

    BR2
    2811, PVDM2-32, VIC2-2FXO, VIC2-2FXS, VWIC-2MFT-E1, WIC-1T
    3550 EMI PoE
    2x7960s

    VPN Site
    2651XM
    1x7941


    PSTN Cloud
    IAD2431-16FXS (POTS cloud and E1 PRI termination)
    2821, PVDM2-32, VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1, EVM-HD-8FXS/DID
    1x7961 w/7914
    1xAnalog Phone (911/999)

    Frame Relay Cloud / Access Server
    3640, 2xNM-4T, NM-32A

    2xDell PowerEdge servers – VMWare

    And a bunch of older stuff which was basically my CCNA lab @ one point in time!
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    Change out two things and you are golden for a CCIE level lab. (only considering posted hardware not VM's )

    1. 3550's to 3560's/70's (Queuing is different.. WRR/SRR, and more etc.)
    2. BR2 - 7960's to 7965 (or anything that supports ClearChannel and iLBC)

    I know those changes are $$$ but from the looks of things you don't mind spending money on your lab.


    *** Congrats on the PVDM2-32 ... those things are great to have***
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckycharms View Post
    Change out two things and you are golden for a CCIE level lab. (only considering posted hardware not VM's )

    1. 3550's to 3560's/70's (Queuing is different.. WRR/SRR, and more etc.)
    2. BR2 - 7960's to 7965 (or anything that supports ClearChannel and iLBC)

    I know those changes are $$$ but from the looks of things you don't mind spending money on your lab.


    *** Congrats on the PVDM2-32 ... those things are great to have***
    Thanks man, your input is greatly appreciated!

    Here’s what I have on the servers right now:
    Dell PowerEdge w/2x Xeon Quad CPUs, 8GB RAM, Server 2003R2 Enterprise x64
    -CUCM7PUB, CUCM7SUB, CUC7

    Dell PowerEdge w/1x Xeon Quad CPU, 4GB RAM, Server 2003R2 Enterprise x64
    -CUCCX7, CUPS7 (these are built but not integrated yet)

    And yeah, I’m dying to upgrade the switches – Definitely want a few more 7965s too. I actually screwed myself with the first 2 that I purchased – Didn’t realized that the 3550s didn’t support 802.3af PoE, so that’s why BR1 has the updated switch and shiny new phones (and not HQ)! ooops!
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    Some pics of 2 the 3 exquisitely crafted cisco "pillars" – OK maybe not, but it does save desk space for other things like my laptop, energy drinks, and fritos.



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    pitviper you are one sick! $#%^#^$%^##^ haaha

    what an amazing home lab. man that cost some bucks huh? woowowoow
    those phones are minimium 100.00 bucks each wowoow
    thanks for your map great ideas
    2811 wow aren they like 2,000 each ????
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    I admire your taste in figures to state the obvious. Note one Mr. Hanky figure indicating that you have quite a lot of expensive sh*t there. ROTFLMAO.

    Oh and I love the binary clock. I have one that I made with neon lights and discrete TTL gate chips years ago. To big for a desk however. Your lab is simply killer.
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    Thanks guys. It’s amazing the deals that you can get on ebay if you have some time on your side. I pretty much pieced everything together over the last year and a half or so. I spend a ton of time labbing, whether it be for studies, or to test something out for work, so it’s worth every penny to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Oh and I love the binary clock. I have one that I made with neon lights and discrete TTL gate chips years ago. To big for a desk however.
    Nice!! Everyone should have at least one binary clock
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    pitviper ccvp guru dude

    is there a way without opening up a 1760 to find if it has a DSP module?
    already without opening up the case?
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by itdaddy View Post
    is there a way without opening up a 1760 to find if it has a DSP module?
    show diag


    Code:
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    .........
    
    Packet Voice DSP Module Slot 0:
    Hardware Revision : 2.2
    Part Number : 73−3815−01
    Board Revision : A0
    Deviation Number : 0−0
    Fab Version : 02
    PCB Serial Number : ICP042200ET
    RMA Test History : 00
    RMA Number : 0−0−0−0
    RMA History : 00
    Processor type : 02
    Number of DSP's : 2
    Type of DSP : TMS320C549
    EEPROM format version 4
    EEPROM contents (hex):
    0x00: 04 FF 40 01 5B 41 02 02 82 49 0E E7 01 42 41 30
    0x10: 80 00 00 00 00 02 02 C1 8B 49 43 50 30 34 32 32
    0x20: 30 30 45 54 03 00 81 00 00 00 00 04 00 09 02 FF
    
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    Also (assuming that you are running a voice IOS) there are a couple of LEDs on the front of the 1760 that say "PVDM x OK" that will illuminate if one or more of the banks are occupied.
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    crap mikej I did that and nothing well will have to try all 5of my 1760s
    thanks now I now what to look for but by the looks of things it looks
    self explanatory ahha thanks guys! fantastic!
    thanks pitviper for your drawing looks way cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitviper View Post
    Nice!! Everyone should have at least one binary clock
    I've got a binary wrist watch does that count?

    this one :-
    http://www.gadgetsnews.co.uk/images/binary_watch_1.jpg
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    i've got a binary wrist watch does that count?
    hell yeah!
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    pitviper you are right on the front of my 1760s I do have LEDs that light up when I have a PVDM haahha I just saw them hahaha
    thanks and it sucks all 5 of my 1760s have no pvdm hah
    oh well I saw a pvdm 256-4 for like 65 bucks on ebay
    will get one thanks bud
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    itdaddy make sure you check carefully because some of those sellers are not always sure what they they are selling. They mix and match so double check before you plug it in. Both I and a friend ended up with substitute PVDM2-8's from different vendors no less. Useless on a 1760 but they will plug in if you are not paying attention.
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    Default what ios is good for my gatekeepr? 2610xm

    c2600-ipbasek9-mz.124-12.bin

    hey pitviper I just got my cisco 2610xm router in and it has this image on it. is this what it needs and ip based image? to work as a gatekeeper?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by itdaddy View Post
    c2600-ipbasek9-mz.124-12.bin

    hey pitviper I just got my cisco 2610xm router in and it has this image on it. is this what it needs and ip based image? to work as a gatekeeper?

    thanks

    You need at least an IP VOICE feature set, maybe higher. Search for the "feature navigator" on Cisco.com. Look for H.323 Gatekeeper.
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    12.4(25b) INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW c2600-ipvoice_ivs-mz.124-25b.bin 128 32
    12.4(25b) INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES c2600-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz.124-25b.bin 128 32
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitviper View Post
    12.4(25b) INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW c2600-ipvoice_ivs-mz.124-25b.bin 128 32
    12.4(25b) INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES c2600-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz.124-25b.bin 128 32
    What is the minimum Router model this IOS will support?

    Your toys are bad ass
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadcastStorm View Post
    What is the minimum Router model this IOS will support?

    Your toys are bad ass
    Looking here :-
    Cisco Feature Navigator - Cisco Systems

    shows that 2610XM is minimum for those images.
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    Looks like these will run on a 2600 non-XM - Pretty old, so no idea if anything is missing (or different):

    12.3(26) IP/H323 c2600-ix-mz.123-26.bin 48 16
    12.3(26) IP/H323 PLUS BASIC c2600-is3x-mz.123-26.bin 64 16
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