CISCO CCNP 300-075 CIPT v2

Cisco CCNP Collabration Program


Cisco Certified Network Professional certification validates advance knowledge and skills required to integrate into underlying network architectures. Furthermore, this certification validates a robust set of skills in implementing, operating, configuring, and troubleshooting a converged IP network.

With a CCNP Collabration certification, a network professional can create a collaborative solution that is transparent, scalable, and manageable. The CCNP Collabration focuses on Cisco Unified Communications Manager (formerly Unified CallManager), quality of service (QoS), gateways, gatekeepers, IP phones, voice applications, and utilities on Cisco routers and Cisco Catalyst switches. Additionally, the integration and troubleshooting of Cisco Unified Communications applications are now covered in the CCNP Collabration, specifically the Cisco Unity Connection and Cisco Unified Presence applications.

On October 19, 2010, Cisco announced the evolution of the CCVP certification, renaming it CCNP Collabration. The new CCNP Collabration certification reflects alignment to Cisco’s Unified Communications and Collaboration v8.0 solutions portfolio and aligns it with the latest courses and exams.

Course Syllabus

  • VCS Control (17%)

    Configure registration of devices

    Explore the fundamentals of subzones

    Describe zone plans for VCS

    Describe and configure traversal zones

    Describe the benefits and configuration of transforms and create call policies

    Explore VCS searches for endpoints

    Integrating LDAP

    Explain DNS and SRV records and document requirements for SRV records

    Describe how clustering and replication works and configure a cluster

    Configure interworking with VCS

    Configure H.323 (including gatekeeper) and SIP

    Configure trunking

  • Collaboration Edge (VCS Expressway) (12%)

    Identify and configure the requirements when deploying a collaboration edge

    Establish a relationship between C/Expressway E and CUCM

    Document and produce requirements for firewall and NAT configuration

    Describe and implement privacy and security controls for external devices and calls

    Describe elements in a traversal call (H.460 and Assent)

  • Configure CUCM Video Service Parameters (9%)

    Configure DSCP

    Configuring clusterwide parameters system QoS

  • Describe and Implement Centralized Call Processing Redundancy (10%)

    Describe device fail over

    Configure call survivability

    Configure Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony operation

    Verify redundancy operations

  • Describe and Configure a Multi-site Dial Plan for Cisco Unified Communications Manager (17%)

    Describe the issues with multi-site dial plans

    Describe the differences between the various gateways and trunk types supported by Cisco Unified Communication Manager

    Implement trunks to VCS

    Describe globalized call routing based on URI dial plans and ILS

    Implement a numbering plan for multi-site topologies

  • Implement Call Control Discovery/ILS (14%)

    Configure Service Advertisement Framework Forwarder

    Configure Service Advertisement Framework Client Control

    Configure Service Advertisement Framework Call Control Discovery

    Configure URI calling

    Configure ILS network

    Configure Global Dial Plan Replication

  • Implement Video Mobility Features (9%)

    Configure extension mobility, and device mobility

    Configure unified mobility (including video)

  • Implement Bandwidth Management and Call Admission Control on CUCM (12%)

    Configure regions

    Implement transcoders and MTPs

    Configure locations CAC and Enhanced CAC

    Correlate events based on traces, logs, debugs and output of monitoring tools

    Parse and interpret traces, logs, debugs and output of monitoring tools