CCNA VOIP Ch 7

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CCNA VOIP Ch 7
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  1. detail configuring CME local directory.

    dn 20  Mike Bell
    dn 21 Sue Ball
    • config t
    • ephone-dn 20
    • name Mike Bell
    • exit
    • ephone-dn 21
    • name Sue Ball
    • exit
  2. What are the 2 ways to forward calls from an IP phone?
    • from an IP phone
    • from the CLI (by an administrator)
  3. detail steps for call forward from an IP phone.
     
    • on IP phone, press CFwdAll softkey,  phone beeps twice, enter number then press # sign.
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    • to cancel, press CFwdAll button again. 
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  4. detail steps for call forward from CLI.

    dn 21
    fwd to 1599  25 seconds rining
     
    bonus.  what are the call forward options in the CLI?
    • conf t
    • ephone-dn 21
    • call-forward busy 1599
    • call-forward noan 1599 timeout 25
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    • bonus.  all, busy, noan, max-length, night-service
  5. what does the cmd call-forward max-length 0 do?
    disables CFwdAll button on the IP phone. (it dims out)
  6. what does the call-forward pattern  cmd do?
    • Allows you to specify what pattern of numbers that will support H.450.3 standard.
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    • It keeps the call from being hairpinned when being forwarded to a distance site that also forwards the call.
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    • example is a call forwarded to Texas to Cali, then Cali is noan, so it is forwarded to FLA. 

    H.450.3 takes over and connects the call from Texas to FLA. 

    Without H.450.3, the call would go from Texas to Cali then to FLA.  This is a QOS problem to be avoided.
  7. What are the modes of call transfer?
    • Blind, Local Consult, Full consult
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    • default is Full Consult
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    • you need a 2 line phone for this.
  8. detail CLI call transfer setup for full consult.
    • conf t
    • telephony-service
    • transfer-system full-consult
  9. what is the default for CME transfer to outside numbers?
     
    by default, Cisco CME restricts transfers to devices that are not locally managed.
  10. Detail CLI syntax to permit transfers to a certain range of numbers outside your locally managed CME.
     
    pattern 5…
    pattern 9……….
    • conf t
    • telephony-service
    • transfer-pattern 5…
    • transfer-pattern……….
  11. detail call pickup CLI syntax.
     
    group 5509
    dn 1
    dn 2
     
    group 5510
    dn 3
    dn 4
    • conf t
    • ephone-dn 1
    • pickup-group 5509
    • ephone-dn 2
    • pickup-group 5509
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    • ephone-dn 3
    • pickup-group 5510
    • ephone-dn 4
    • pickup-group 5510

    Note: when you assign the first ephone to a group, CME creates the call pickup group for you. 
  12. What 3 methods of call pickup does CME permit?
    • Directed pickup – answer any ringing phone, press the PickUp softkey and dial the dn fo the ringing phone.
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    • Local group pickup – If ringing phone is in your group, press GPickUp and enter a * at second dial tone.
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    • Other group pickup – If ringing phone is in other group, press GPickUp, and then enter other groups number at second dial tone.
  13. detail CLI syntax for intercom setup
     
    dn 60 A100  label the other end (A101 “Manager”)
    dn 61 A101  label the other end (A100 “Assistant”)
    • conf t
    • ephone-dn 60
    • number A100
    • intercom A101 label “Manager”
    • exit
    • ephone-dn 61
    • number A101
    • intercom A100 label “Assistant”
    • exit
    • ephone 1
    • button 2:60
    • restart
    • ephone 2
    • button 2:61
    • restart
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    • Note: intercom uses speed-dial and autoanswer (in mute) speed-dial.
  14. How many paging groups can you assign an ip phone to?
    • 1
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    • Note, you can set up  a paging number that pages all other paging groups.
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  15. detail cli syntax for setting up unicast paging.
     
    dn 80
    number 5555
    group members: ephone 1, ephone 2
    • conf t
    • ephone-dn 80
    • number 5555
    • paging
    • exit
    • ephone 1
    • paging-dn 80
    • exit
    • ephone 2
    • paging-dn 80
    • exit 
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    • bonus info:  you can also multicast, ephones listen for a certain ip address for paging.
    • CLI syntax:
    • ephone-dn 80
    • paging ip 239.1.1.100 port 2000
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    • network must be configured to support multicast.
  16. What are the 3 steps to configure after hours call block?
    • Define days and/or hours to block
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    • Specify patterns to block
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    • Create exemptions as needed.
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  17. detail CLI syntax for after hours block

    Sat and Sun all day
    Mon and Tue block 1700 to 0800
    block xmas all day
    • config t
    • telephony-service
    • after-hours day sat 00:00 00:00
    • after-hours day sun 00:00 00:00
    • after-hours day mon 17:00 8:00
    • after-hours day tue 17:00 8:00
    • after-hours date dec 25 00:00 00:00
  18. detail after-hours block patterns.
    any long distance
    any international
    dial 9 to start
    any 900 number   24/7
    • conf t
    • telephony-services
    • after-hours block pattern 1 91……….
    • after-hours block pattern 2 9011T
    • after-hours block pattern 3 91900……. 7 * 24
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    • note the 7 * 24 blocks this pattern with no exemptions. 
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  19. Detail CLI for configuring the CME rtr as a Web Server.
     
    • conf t
    • ip http server
    • ip http secure-server
    • (rsa keys are generated)
    • ip http path flash:/gui
    • ip http authentication local
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    • next:  setup CME Web Admin Account and Permissions
    • conf t
    • web admin system name NINJA secret 0 cisco
    • dn-webedit  (this allows DN changes in the website, off by default)
    • time-webedit  (this allows time changes by website, off by default)
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