Thursday, October 1, 2015

Understanding Building Blocks of a Video Network

Components: Understanding Building Blocks of a Video Network (18 min)

If you’re going to be a successful chef, you need to understand the ingredients you have to work with. In the same way, a successful unified communication specialist knows the key components of the network he/she can use to build an enterprise! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through these video components and provides an explanation of where each would be used.

Building a Simple Network
To understand how networks function, you need to become familiar with the basic elements of a network. This chapter explains networks by introducing fundamental computer and network concepts and the characteristics, functions, benefits, metrics, and attributes used to describe network features and performance. This chapter also introduces the Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model, data communications terms and concepts, and the TCP/IP protocol, which serves as the de facto standard for most of today's computer networks. Finally, this chapter provides you with an opportunity to connect two PCs in a point-to-point serial network.

What Is a Network?

The first task in understanding how to build a computer network is defining what a network is and understanding how it is used to help a business meet its objectives. A network is a connected collection of devices and end systems, such as computers and servers, that can communicate with each other.

Networks carry data in many types of environments, including homes, small businesses, and large enterprises. In a large enterprise, a number of locations might need to communicate with each other, and you can describe those locations as follows:
  • Main office: A main office is a site where everyone is connected via a network and where the bulk of corporate information is located. A main office can have hundreds or even thousands of people who depend on network access to do their jobs. A main office might use several connected networks, which can span many floors in an office building or cover a campus that contains several buildings.
  • Remote locations: A variety of remote access locations use networks to connect to the main office or to each other.
  • Branch offices: In branch offices, smaller groups of people work and communicate with each other via a network. Although some corporate information might be stored at a branch office, it is more likely that branch offices have local network resources, such as printers, but must access information directly from the main office.
  • Home offices: When individuals work from home, the location is called a home office. Home office workers often require on-demand connections to the main or branch offices to access information or to use network resources such as file servers.
  • Mobile users: Mobile users connect to the main office network while at the main office, at the branch office, or traveling. The network access needs of mobile users are based on where the mobile users are located.
Figure 1-1 shows some of the common locations of networks that can be used to connect users to business applications.

Figure 1-1

Network Locations

Many different types and locations of networks exist. You might use a network in your home or home office to communicate via the Internet, to locate information, to place orders for merchandise, and to send messages to friends. You might have work in a small office that is set up with a network that connects other computers and printers in the office. You might work in a large enterprise in which many computers, printers, storage devices, and servers communicate and store information from many departments over large geographic areas. All of these networks share many common components.

Common Physical Components of a Network

The physical components are the hardware devices that are interconnected to form a computer network. Depending on the size of the network, the number and size of these components varies, but most computer networks consist of the basic components shown in Figure 1-2.

Figure 1-2

Common Network Components

These are the four major categories of physical components in a computer network:

  • Personal computers (PCs): The PCs serve as endpoints in the network, sending and receiving data.
  • Interconnections: The interconnections consist of components that provide a means for data to travel from one point to another point in the network. This category includes components such as the following:
  • Network interface cards (NICs) that translate the data produced by the computer into a format that can be transmitted over the local network
  • Network media, such as cables or wireless media, that provide the means by which the signals are transmitted from one networked device to another Connectors that provide the connection points for the media
  • Switches: Switches are devices that provide network attachment to the end systems and intelligent switching of the data within the local network.
  • Routers: Routers interconnect networks and choose the best paths between networks.

Interpreting a Network Diagram

When designing and describing a computer network, you use a drawing or diagram to describe the physical components and how they are interconnected.

he network diagram uses common symbols to capture information related to the network for planning, reference, and troubleshooting purposes. The amount of information and the details of that information differ from organization to organization. The network topology is commonly represented by a series of lines and icons. Figure 1-3 shows a typical network diagram.

In this diagram:
  • A cloud represents the Internet or WAN connection.
  • A cylinder with arrows represents a router.
  • A rectangular box with arrows represents a workgroup switch.
  • A tower PC represents a server.
  • A laptop or computer and monitor represent an end user PC.
  • A straight line represents an Ethernet link.
  • A Z-shaped line represents a serial link.

Figure 1-3

Typical Network Diagram

Other information can be included as space allows. For example, it is sometimes desirable to identify the interface on a device in the format of s0/0/0 for a serial interface or fa0/0 for a Fast Ethernet interface. It is also common to include the network address of the segment in the format such as, where indicates the network address and /24 indicates the subnet mask.

Resource-Sharing Functions and Benefits

The main functions of computer networks in business today are to simplify and streamline business processes through the use of data and application sharing. Networks enable end users to share both information and hardware resources. By providing this interconnection between the users and common sets of data, businesses can make more efficient use of their resources. The major resources that are shared in a computer network include the following:

  • Data and applications: When users are connected through a network, they can share files and even software application programs, making data more easily available and promoting more efficient collaboration on work projects.
  • Physical resources: The resources that can be shared include both input devices, such as cameras, and output devices, such as printers.
  • Network storage: Today the network makes storage available to users in several ways. Direct attached storage (DAS) directly connects physical storage to a PC or a shared server. Network attached storage (NAS) makes storage available through a special network appliance. Finally, storage area networks (SAN) provide a network of storage devices.
  • Backup devices: A network can also include backup devices, such as tape drives, that provide a central means to save files from multiple computers. Network storage is also used to provide archive capability, business continuance, and disaster recovery.

Figure 1-4 shows some common shared resources.

Figure 1-4

Shared Resources

The overall benefit to users who are connected by a network is an efficiency of operation through commonly available components used in everyday tasks, sharing files, printing, and storing data. This efficiency results in reduced expenditures and increased productivity.

In recent years, the open access to devices that was once pervasive in networking has been replaced with a need for caution. There have been many well-advertised acts of "cyber vandalism," in which both end systems and network devices have been broken into; therefore, the need for network security has to be balanced with the need for connectivity.

Network User Applications

The key to utilizing multiple resources on a data network is having applications that are aware of these communication mechanisms. Although many applications are available for users in a network environment, some applications are common to nearly all users.

The most common network user applications include the following:

  • E-mail: E-mail is a valuable application for most network users. Users can communicate information (messages and files) electronically in a timely manner, to not only other users in the same network but also other users outside the network (suppliers, information resources, and customers, for example). Examples of e-mail programs include Microsoft Outlook and Eudora by Qualcomm.
  • Web browser: A web browser enables access to the Internet through a common interface. The Internet provides a wealth of information and has become vital to the productivity of both home and business users. Communicating with suppliers and customers, handling orders and fulfillment, and locating information are now routinely done electronically over the Internet, which saves time and increases overall productivity. The most commonly used browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla, and Firefox.
  • Instant messaging: Instant messaging started in the personal user-to-user space; however, it soon provided considerable benefit in the corporate world. Now many instant messaging applications, such as those provided by AOL and Yahoo!, provide data encryption and logging, features essential for corporate use.
  • Collaboration: Working together as individuals or groups is greatly facilitated when the collaborators are on a network. Individuals creating separate parts of an annual report or a business plan, for example, can either transmit their data files to a central resource for compilation or use a workgroup software application to create and modify the entire document, without any exchange of paper. One of the best-known traditional collaboration software programs is Lotus Notes. A more modern web-based collaboration application is a wiki.
  • Database: This type of application enables users on a network to store information in central locations (such as storage devices) so that others on the network can easily retrieve selected information in the formats that are most useful to them. Some of the most common databases used in enterprises today are Oracle and Microsoft SQL

The Impact of User Applications on the Network

The key to user applications is that they enable users to be connected to one another through the various types of software. As a business begins to rely on these applications as part of the day-to-day business process, the network that the applications operate in becomes a critical part of the business. A special relationship exists between these applications and the network. The applications can affect network performance, and network performance can affect applications. Therefore, you need to understand some common interactions between user applications and the network. Figure 1-5 characterizes some of the interactions for different types of applications.

Figure 1-5

Figure 1-5

Application Interaction

Historically, when the interaction between the network and the applications that ran on the network was considered, bandwidth was the main concern. Batch applications such as FTP, TFTP, and inventory updates, which simply used the network to transfer bulk data between systems, would be initiated by a user and then run to completion by the software with no further direct human interaction. Bandwidth was important but not critical because little human interaction occurred. As long as the time the application took to complete did not become excessive, no one really cared.

Interactive applications, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, perform tasks, such as inventory inquiries and database updates, that require more human interaction. The user requests some type of information from the server and then waits for a reply. With these types of applications, bandwidth becomes more important because users are intolerant of slow responses. However, application response is not solely dependant on the bandwidth of the network; the server and storage devices also play a part. However, in cases where the network becomes a problem, other features such as quality of service (QoS) can alleviate some bandwidth limitations by giving the traffic from interactive applications preference over batch applications.

Another type of application that can be affected heavily by the network is a real-time application. Like interactive applications, real-time applications such as Voice over IP (VoIP) and video applications involve human interaction. Because of the amount of information that is transmitted, bandwidth is critical. In addition, because these applications are time-critical, latency (delay through the network) is critical. Even variations in the amount of latency (jitter) can affect the application. Not only is proper bandwidth mandatory, but QoS is also mandatory. VoIP and video applications must be given the highest priority.

CCNA Collaboration 210-065 CIVND1

Welcome to CCNA Collaboration (CIVND1)

Welcome to the CCNA Collaboration course! In this Nugget, Jeremy provides an overview of the CCNA Collaboration certification requirements and offers some key advice on how to get the most from this course.

CCNA Collaboration 210-065 CIVND1
CCNA Collaboration is the best of two worlds: Voice over IP (VoIP) and Video! This course is the first of two necessary to achieve the CIVND certification.

For network video engineers, collaboration engineers, IP telephony and IP network engineers who want to develop and advance their collaboration and video skills in line with the convergence of voice, video, data and mobile applications, the Cisco CCNA Collaboration certification is a job-role focused training and certification program. It will allow you to maximize your investment in your education, and increase your professional value by giving you the skills to help your IT organization meet increased business demands resulting from these technology transitions.

Study & Learn
Self-Study Materials
  • Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 1
  • CICD Study Material
  • CIVND Study Material
  • CIVND Practice Exam
  • CCNA Collaboration CICD 210-060 Official Cert Guide
  • CCNA Collaboration CICD 210-060 Official Cert Guide Premium Edition and Practice Test

A comprehensive list of study materials is also available.
  • Cisco Learning Network Resources
  • CCNA Collaboration Syllabus
  • CCNA Collaboration Study Group
  • Cisco Learning Network Premium
  • Collaboration Training Videos
Get all your CCNA Collaboration questions answered

Learning Partner Content

Partners: Log in for Partner Education Connection (PEC) curricula.
Learning Partner Lounges - Find materials provided by Cisco Authorized Learning Partners.

The best way to prepare for this certification is to take the Cisco-approved training:
  • Implementing Cisco Collaboration Devices (CICD)
  • This course focuses on providing the skills and knowledge necessary to implement Cisco Unified 
  • Communications (UC) solutions. It covers administration of end-user interfaces, telephony and mobility features, and Cisco UC solutions maintenance.
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Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 1 (CIVND1)
This is a 3-day ELT designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge to describe characteristics of video solutions and assess the requirements for a successful implementation of a video solution.

It covers the characteristics of a video solution and enables students to evaluate the general requirements for video deployments such as codec options, media formats, protocols, network impact, high-level architectural components, interactions, and requisites to the environment.
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Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 2 (CVIND2)
This course is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement various Cisco Collaboration endpoints in converged Cisco infrastructures.

It covers the describes Cisco Collaboration solutions and enables students to implement and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communication and Collaboration, TelePresence, and Digital Media Player in different Cisco Collaboration solution architectures.
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Take Exam
To earn this Cisco certification, you must pass the following exam(s):

210-065 CICD

The Implementing Cisco Collaboration Devices (210-065 CICD) exam tests a candidate's knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications (UC) solutions. A candidate is tested on knowledge of administrator and end-user interfaces, telephony and mobility features, and Cisco UC solutions maintenance.

Learn more about the 210-060 CICD exam
  • Register for the exam
  • Read current exam policies and requirements

210-065 CIVND

The Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices (210-065 CIVND) exam tests a candidate's knowledge of and skills to implement various Cisco Video endpoints in converged Cisco video infrastructures. It also tests a candidate's ability to implement and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communication and Collaboration, TelePresence, and Digital Media Player in different Cisco business video solution architectures.

Learn more about the 210-065 CIVND exam
  • Register for the exam
  • Read current exam policies and requirements

CCNA Collaboration certifications are valid for three years. To recertify, pass ONE of the following before the certification expiration date:
  • Pass any current Associate-level exam except for the ICND1 exam or
  • Pass any current 642-XXX Professional-level or any 300-XXX Professional-level exam, or
  • Pass any current 642-XXX Cisco Specialist exam (excluding Sales Specialist exams or MeetingPlace Specialist exams, Implementing Cisco TelePresence Installations (ITI) exams, Cisco Leading Virtual Classroom Instruction exams, or any 650 online exams), or
  • Pass any current CCIE Written Exam, or
  • Pass the current CCDE Written Exam OR current CCDE Practical Exam, or
  • Pass the Cisco Certified Architect (CCAr) interview AND the CCAr board review to extend lower certifications.
When using a higher level of certification to extend other certifications, the expiration date of other certifications will extend to the expiration date of the higher certification (i.e.: If you have one year left on your CCNA certification and you earn a CCIE certification (which has a two-year certification life) then both your CCIE certification and your CCNA certification will expire two years from the date you achieved the CCIE certification). For more information, access the How to Recertify page.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

210-065 CIVND Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices

CCNA Collaboration is the best of two worlds: Voice over IP (VoIP) and Video! This course is the first of two necessary to achieve the CIVND certification.

Related areas of expertise:

  • Cisco Voice over IP
  • Cisco video
  • Cisco teleconferencing

Recommended equipment:

  • None

Related certifications:

  • Cisco CCNA Collaboration
  • Cisco CCNP Collaboration

Related job functions:

  • Teleconferencing setup and deployment
  • Quality of Service (QoS) management
  • Voice over IP and Video over IP component configuration

The CIVND1 course is the first course covering the foundations of voice and Video over IP, deployed and managed, using Cisco technologies. You will learn the prerequisite skills needed to achieve the complete CCNA Collaboration certification. This course focuses specifically on the key video technologies needed to manage a Cisco teleconferencing system.

Product Description
Exam Number: 210-065 CIVND
Associated Certifications: CCNA Collaboration
Duration: 75 Minutes (55 – 65 questions)
Available Languages: English
Register: Pearson VUE

Exam Description

The 210-065 Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices exam is a 75-minute, 55-65 question assessment that is associated with the CCNA Collaboration qualification programs. This exam tests a candidate’s knowledge of and skills to implement various Cisco Video endpoints in converged Cisco video infrastructures. It also tests a candidate’s ability to implement and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communication and Collaboration, TelePresence, and Digital Media Player in different Cisco business video solution architectures.

Exam Topic

1.0 Video Concepts 21%

1.1 Describe the functional components of video solutions
1.1.a Provisioning and scheduling Management
1.1.b Video compositing
1.1.c Streaming video
1.1.d Recording and storage
1.1.e Media players
1.1.f Media convergence
1.1.g Media managements
1.1.h Video convergence

2.0 Endpoint Configuration 32%

2.1 Describe video product models
2.1.a Mobile devices

  • 2.1.b Desktop systems
  • 2.1.c Multi-purpose systems
  • 2.1.d Surveillance cameras and encoders
  • 2.1.e Immersive systems
  • 2.1.f Peripherals and add-ons
  • 2.1.g Cabling connections
  • 2.1.h Digital media players
  • 2 Describe environment recommendations
  • 2.2.a Room lighting recommendations
  • 2.2.b Room acoustics recommendations
  • 2.2.c Room power recommendations
  • 2.2.d Room HVAC recommendations
  • 2.2.e Room materials (windows, floor material, wall material, etc.)
  • 2.2.f Room size and background wall
  • 2.2.g Viewing distance
  • 2.2.h Physical security recommendations

2.3 Implement desktop endpoints and surveillance cameras
  • 2.3.a Network settings
  • 2.3.b GUI interface and CLI
  • 2.3.c Control plane
  • 2.3.d Cables
  • 2.3.e Test call
  • 2.3.f User acceptance test
  • 2.3.g Microphone calibration
  • 2.3.h Camera calibration
  • 2.3.i Media playback on PCs
  • 2.4 Describe features and functions
  • 2.4.a Auto collaboration
  • 2.4.b MCU capabilities versus TelePresence Server
  • 2.4.c Audio add in
  • 2.4.d PIP
  • 2.4.e FECC
  • 2.4.f Resolution setting
  • 2.4.g Multi way vs multi-site

3.0 Troubleshooting and Support 31%

3.1 Describe troubleshooting methodologies
3.2 Identify endpoint issues

  • 3.2.a Cabling
  • 3.2.b Peripherals
  • 3.2.c Network connectivity
  • 3.2.d Registration
  • 3.2.e Call setup
  • 3.2.f Media quality
  • 3.2.g Mid call feature issues
  • 3.3 Collecting system information
  • 3.3.a Logs
  • 3.3.b Status
  • 3.4 Manage configuration
  • 3.4.a Backups
  • 3.4.b Restore
  • 3.4.c Reset to defaults
  • 3.4.d Password recovery
3.5 Implement key CLI commands
3.6 Monitor events and alerts

4.0 Conferencing Concepts 10%

4.1 Describe multi-point control units
4.2 Describe conferencing features

  • 4.2.a Switching and layout options
  • 4.2.b Cascading
  • 4.2.c Conferencing add-ons
4.3 Describe scheduling vs adhoc vs on demand features

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Question: 1
A network engineer wants to automate the monitoring of Cisco TelePresence TX systems. Which step should the engineer take first?

A. Configure Cisco TMS on the codec.
B. Configure Medianet on the codec.
C. Configure NTP on the codec.
D. Configure Multiway on the codec.
E. Configure SNMP on the codec.

Answer: E

Question: 2

A technician is tasked with performing a room readiness assessment in preparation for an immersive video endpoint. What are three Cisco best practices regarding lighting recommendations for the room?
(Choose three.)

A. The bulb temperature should be between 4000 and 4100K.
B. Key lighting should be between 200 and 400 Lux with the endpoint powered on.
C. Shoulder lighting should not exceed two times the facial lighting values with the endpoint off.
D. Use direct lighting fixtures.
E. Within the camera field of view, the lighting for all parts of the room should not fluctuate more than 100 Lux.
F. Avoid using dimming light control systems.

Answer: A, C, E

Question: 3

Refer to the exhibit.

A network engineer configures a Cisco Unified Communications Manager and VCS integration via a SIP trunk. Endpoint A is able to conduct video calls to Endpoint B. When Endpoint A attempts to share presentation content with Endpoint B, Endpoint B sees the presentation video on the main screen rather than on the presentation display. What is the cause?

A. The default MTP telephony payload is incorrect.
B. The SIP trunk is not running on all active Cisco Unified Communications Manager nodes.
C. MTP is not forced to be required.
D. BFCP is not enabled.
E. The MTP preferred codec is incorrect for content presentation.

Answer: D

Question: 4

Which three features does Cisco VCS provide?
(Choose three.)

A. native Cisco SCCP telephonyi integration
B. SIP-H.323 interworking functionality
C. native scheduling
D. SIP trunk integration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
E. third-party standards-based H.323 and SIP device registration
F. reverse proxy functionality

Answer: B, D, E

Question: 5

A Unified Communications engineer wants to configure a Cisco TelePresence SX endpoint using
static IP addressing to use a different TFTP server. Which path will allow the engineer to complete
this configuration?

A. Network Services > Network 1 > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress> Off
B. Network > TFTP > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress> Off
C. Network Services > TFTP > DHCP RequestTFTPServerAddress> Off
D. Configuration > System Configuration > Provisioning > Set the External Manager Address

Answer: D

Question: 6

Which four features are provided by Cisco TelePresence Management Suite? (Choose four.)

A. Scheduling of video conference calls
B. Built-in-bridge functionality for multiparty video conferences
C. SIP-H.323 protocol interworking
D. Centralized management of conference resources
E. SMTP email event notification
F. Endpoint configuration backup and restore
G. Cisco TelePresence endpoint automated redundancy
H. Automated resource optimization

Answer: A, D, E, F

Question: 7

Which three features are supported by Cisco TMSPE?
(Choose three.)

A. Simplified provisioning
B. LDAP user import
C. Scheduling via Microsoft Outlook
D. FindMe
E. Jabber for Windows
F. Automatic endpoint upgrades

Answer: A, B, D

Question: 8

Management wants to modify Cisco TMS to allow users to configure the call behavior with their associated devices and dial from a single ID. Which feature needs to be enabled and configured?

A. Smart Scheduler
B. Low-touch Provisioning
C. FindMe
D. CMR Provisioning

Answer: C