I just finished viewing the CVOICE UCME Basic Setup and Phone Registration video. Could someone send me the INE CCNA/NP Voice Rack Diagram specified in this video? Also, can I rent rack space with this configuration ? Thanks
I am not sure which topology you have seen there, but here is the link for INE Voice Rack topology (as per CCIE Voice standard):
Yes you can rent the rack from INE as well, here is the link where you can find all info:
In Mark Snow's CCNP CVOICE UCME Basic Setup and Phone Registration presentation , there is a portion of the presentation that illustrates a CCNA/NP Voice Lab Rack Configuration. I was wondering if I could get a copy of that diagram and If I could run through the configuartion Mark ran through on your rack space. Thanks
I’ve cced Mark on your post, he can help you with the diagram he used for this.
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Mijanur was correct, the topology in this document on page 4 (labeled pg 4, 8th page) - although looking a bit different - is the same topology as what we are using in our INE Voice racks. It is a great environment for you to use and practice on for your CCNP Voice - either with your own phones using our rack, or remotely controlling our IP Phones via a web-based remote phone control app that we provide for you at no additional charge.
Everything you need to know to connect to our racks is in this document. We outline 4 different ways to connect to us in that document - so be sure to choose the method that best fits your needs and hardware availability.
Thanks Mark. As there are no official CCNP Labs in the training material , would you suggest that I emualte the configurations you utilize in the training presentations ? Thanks