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    Cool Ccnp voice lab 2012

    Hello fellow students and masters of CCNP Voice. I am currently part way through my CVOICE preparation. I have studied the Sybex and Cisco Press guides, and am building a CCNP/CCIE Voice lab.

    I have attached a pic of the lab which is a work in progress:

    ==== Routers ====
    Voice-
    UC520 (4FXS, 4FXO, CME, CUE)
    1760
    2611XM (w CME)
    2610XM

    Other-
    2610 (x3)

    === Switches ===
    3524 PoE
    2960
    2950 (x3)

    === Firewall ===
    ASA5505

    === Phones ===
    7970
    7961 (x2)
    7960 (x2)
    7940
    Analog (x2)

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    So I have setup some phones to register with the 2611XM, and some to register with the UC520 (ephones, ephone-dns) and created voip dial peer destination patterns to route to each other, but added another layer of dial-peers by having calls go through the 2610xm (UC520 (CME) --> 2610XM (non CME, but has dial peers) --> 2611XM CME) Then I've created a vtp domain and joined the PoE switch, 2960, and UC520 to it, trunking between the three, and set a row of the 3524 PoE ports for the 2611XM CME voice VLAN and a row of ports for the UC520 voice VLAN.

    I've been playing around with different configurations. I have a computer with 16gb of ram that I'm planning on re purposing for a CUCM server, I probably wont need to do that until after I finish CVOICE. But I don't know how I'm going to do that or where to get CUCM (?) I'm hoping the Cisco Press CIPT1 book I ordered will answer some questions on that.

    I have alot of unanswered questions regarding CCNP Voice, I guess thats what leads me here. I usually work alone on these kind of things but I think we all need to work together on this one. Theres just not enough information out there on the latest exams.

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    That's a nice lab you have there, good to see you on the boards! If you work for a Cisco partner or know of one they may be able to get you the CUCM software, It comes with 100 demo DLU's I believe. I'm pretty sure you can't download it from the Cisco website.
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    Wait. Repurposing a 16GB memory computer... What's your computer look like?

    Yes. I like pictures to geek
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    Thanks Shawn, I figured I will need to talk to my boss. I work for a Select Certified partner (Computer, Network, Phone, and Voice / Data Cabling and Installations) and we do mostly small business (CME), so I haven't done any CUCM set ups but I'll ask about the demo kit.

    Rogue: Pics attached for you
    Nothing that cutting edge or anything just an HP workstation loaded with the 8x 2gb RAM, I think it has 2 Intel Xeon processors at 2.00ghz ea. I think it should work for CUCMDSCF3403.jpgDSCF3404.jpg
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    What Cisco Partner do you work for? I work for a Partner called Netech.
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    That is quite the company tag line.
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    Haha! yeah its not actually a company tag line, thats just what my link turned into. SEO i guess
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    Congrats on your CCNP Voice certification. Did you take the latest series of exams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rchase View Post
    Congrats on your CCNP Voice certification. Did you take the latest series of exams?
    Is that directed to me? I took the old CPIT1 and QoS exams, but all of the rest were the new series. I'm working on finishing up WGU right now, hopefully be done near the end of next year (With an MCITP in Server Administration too... I feel like a traitor haha). Then I'll be hitting the CCIE Voice Track.
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    The partner media kit (https://cisco.mediuscorp.com/market/...nxt/rcrs/=1126) requires your company to have a UC specialization (pretty sure BE ATP and Collaboration Arch work too). Marketplace is administered by some third party company that has horrible customer support, I ordered the media before I started studying for CCNP:V and still don't have it.

    You may want ask your local Cisco SEs if they can get you a copy. All the products install with some trial licenses.
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