Configuring Cisco AVVID

Configuring Cisco AVVID

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What is AVVID? Previously called Configuring Cisco Communications Networks (CCN), Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID) is the latest development from Cisco Systems that will soon redefine the way businesses communicate. AVVID allows businesses to transmit voice, data, and video over one combined architecture, whereas in the past, three separate systems were required. Configuring Cisco AVVID will be the first book to discuss the components of the AVVID architecture and will be timed to release with the launch of the technology in early 2000. A practical guide to the AVVID technology this book will include an introduction to AVVID, and its software, hardware, network architecture, installation, operation and configuration. Topics include CallManager, Cisco Gateways, and IPCC (Cisco IP Contact Center). * The first book to discuss the components of this important new technology * Practical guide; many engineers will find this a great source of AVVID product knowledge * Cisco is planning to launch AVVID hardware and software in Spring 2000 - demand is already high for information * Book will be timed to release with technologyDuring the startup phase, the phone will show a message, such as Configuring VLAN, Configuring IP, Configuring CM ... Table 2.1 Common Error Messages for Non-Registered Phones Message Issue Resetting E3 Could not establish a TCP anbsp;...

Title:Configuring Cisco AVVID
Author: Wayne Lawson
Publisher:Elsevier - 2001-02-08

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