CCNP Collaboration

CCNP Collaboration

The all-new CCNP Collaboration certification training course prepares you for today’s professional-level job roles in the field of collaboration technologies. The CCNP Collaboration also includes automation as well as programmability to assist you in scaling your collaboration infrastructure. After finishing this Cisco training, you will know how to implement the Cisco Unified Collaboration solutions successfully. Besides, you will also learn about the dial plans, CUCM- Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), CUBE- Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE), QoS, and more. Our Collaboration training can also help you in 300-070 CIPTV1 exam prep. It covers topics such as:

  • Understanding basic voice and video operations as well as components.
  • Setting up the IP telephony dial plan
  • Understanding the process of configuring IOS gateways as well as conferencing devices
  • Setting up Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support calling
  • Deploying the QoS model to support videos
  • Deploying features such as IP phone services, music on hold, conference bridges, and more.

To earn CCNP Collaboration, you will have to pass two exams, i.e., a core and a concentration exam. Our video training is focused on this. For sample videos, you can visit our official YouTube channel now.

This course will help you in preparing you to clear the exam, 350-801 CLCOR Implementing Cisco Collaboration Core Technologies. You will learn about QOS, IOS XE gateways, call control, and more.

Under this, you will gain the required skills and knowledge to streamline the communication protocols and enhance communication devices utilizing the Cisco Unity Express and Cisco Unity Connection.

You will understand the Cisco Express Series solutions, and this will also help you to prepare for the 300-820 Implementing Cisco Collaboration Cloud and Edge Solution exam.

This topic will teach you about implementing automated and programable Cisco Collaboration solutions for video and voice collaboration in the cloud and on-premises.

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