Continuing on in our series on CCD, today we’ll look at the 3rd video (the shortest) in that series (video #55) from our current 62-hour CCNP Voice v8 bootcamp.

  • CCD via SAF :: Overview (29m)
  • CCD via SAF :: CUCM Inter-Cluster Call Routing (1h 32m)
  • CCD via SAF :: CUCM Call Routing with PSTN Failover (29m)
  • CCD via SAF :: CUCM Call Routing during SRST Fallback (48m)
  • CCD via SAF :: CUCM to CME Call Routing (54m)
  • CCD via SAF :: Inter-Cluster RSVP via SIP Preconditions (21m)

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  • About Mark Snow, CCIE #14073:

    Mark Snow has been actively working with data and traditional telephony as a Network Consulting Engineer since 1995, and has been working with Cisco Call Manager and voice-over technology since 1998. Mark has been actively teaching and developing content for the CCIE Voice track since 2005, and the Security track since 2007. Mark's story with both data and voice technology started out quite young, as he began learning around the age of five from his father who was a patented inventor and a research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Mark started out on Unix System V and basic analog telephony, and went on from there to large data networking projects with technologies such as Banyan Vines, IPX and of course IP, and large phone systems such as Nortel 61c, Tadiran Coral, Avaya Definity and of course Cisco Unified Communications Manager in both enterprise and 911 PSAP environments across the US and internationally. Mark is also an accomplished pilot and punched his ticket in 2001. When Mark isn't learning, labing, consulting or teaching, he can be found either piloting or possibly jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, hanging off a rock somewhere or else skiing out west. He also might just be enjoying a quiet day at the beach with his wife and two wonderful young kids, Ryleigh and Judah.

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    9 Responses to “Call Control Discovery via Service Advertisement Framework – Part 3 of 6”

    1. Sham says:

      Hi Mark, are u preparing for CCIE Wireless? :-)

      • :-) And CCIE Data Center. Taking both written exams at CLUS!
        Teaching a live, online CCNA Wireless class next week, then teaching the CCNP Wireless classes shortly following.

        Sign up! :)

        • Terrence Battlehunt says:

          Mark do you get a chance to do much work in the wireless industry? And if so how have you liked it compared to voice? I’ve been thinking about whats next for me. I find a few of the other realms of networking to be rather boring.

          • Hi Terrence,

            I actually started working in the wireless field technically back when 802.11 (1Mbps) was still out (back in 1997), but I really began consulting heavily and deploying it around 2002 – in conjunction with Wireless Voice (VoWLAN) networks. I don’t think it’s really a matter of “compared to voice” as much as it is quite very complimentary to Voice. There are drastically different concepts – but then again, there are a lot of very similar concepts too (such as frequency correlation to wavelength and logarithmic decibels). I really enjoy both, and honestly I don’t see how anyone survives in today’s modern networking world without at the very least, a generalists view of the network – but at most desirable, an in-depth understanding of each and every component.

            So in short – I’d say “go for it!”. I can promise you one thing – wireless is NOT boring (in fact, my new 20 hour CCNA Wireless course may just make your head hurt – with math if nothing else ;-) ).

    2. Sham says:

      :-P …..I have all access Pass for 2 years Provided by my organization (MSKCC)…..But I really wanted to attend the 10 day CCIE Voice bootcamp in Bangalore (My Home Town)…. cuz I was planning to be there on vacation at the same time….But I don’t see that class in the Schedule anymore :-( ….Did you drop that Class?….will u be conducting that class in Bangalore anytime soon?

      Thanks & Regards….Sham

      • Hi Sham,

        At the moment we don’t have enough interest generated in that specific area for the class – so we did remove it from our schedule. We do have a class coming to Dubai, which is the closest there – but with you being in NYC – why not just come out to Seattle for a few weeks and take a break from all that sunshine you get there ;-)

    3. Sham says:

      Hi Mark, I did send you a PM on 18th, don’t know whether you received it or not, But yes, I am seriously thinking about attending the Seattle Bootcamp in October….

      Thanks & Regards….Sham

      • Hi Sham,

        Sorry, I thought I responded to that one. Maybe it’s stuck in my outbox (happens occasionally).
        At any rate – we’d be glad to see you there! Only hurry, that particular class is filling up quite quickly.

    4. Tim says:

      Great stuf the voice video’s first exam scheduled for 10 jun , :-)


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