Cisco Unified Videoconferencing Solution Reference Network Design (SRND)
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - P - Q - R - S - T - V - W - Z

Index

Symbols

* (wildcard) 6-3, 6-7, 7-11

Numerics

3522 BRI gateway 8-15

3527 PRI gateway 8-15

3545 gateway 8-15

802.1Q 3-4

A

access control list (ACL) 4-4, 4-7

ACL

multi-zone WAN 4-7

single-zone WAN 4-4

address, E.164 6-2, 7-5, 7-8

address resolution by gatekeeper 7-13

Admission Request (ARQ) 7-13

alternate gatekeeper 8-14, 8-18

area code 6-2

ARQ 7-13

B

balancing the network load 8-16

bandwidth

control 4-6, 5-5

minimum requirements 5-5

provisioning 5-2

bandwidth remote command 4-6

best practices 5-5

border element

described 1-7

functions 8-17, 8-20

gatekeeper function 8-17

usage 5-4

boundary, trust 3-5

C

call admission control

methods 5-5

multi-zone WAN 4-6

single-zone WAN 4-4

call initiation with an MCU 8-4

call routing

dial strings 7-2, 7-3, 7-4

directory gatekeeper 7-9

hopoff statements 7-8

inter-zone calls 7-8, 7-9

methods 7-1

multi-zone example 7-2

PSTN calls in a multi-zone network 7-7

PSTN calls in a single-zone network 7-5

PSTN calls to H.323 7-4

scalability 8-19

scenarios 7-1

campus

infrastructure 3-1

multi-zone deployment model 2-4

QoS 3-4

single-zone deployment model 2-2

traffic classification 3-4

capabilities of partner products 7-6

capacity planning 5-2

cascading MCUs 8-5, 8-6

case study 9-1

CBWFQ 4-4

Cisco Unified Border Element 1-7, 8-17, 8-20

Cisco Unified Videoconferencing 3522 BRI Gateway 8-15

Cisco Unified Videoconferencing 3527 PRI Gateway 8-15

Cisco Unified Videoconferencing 3545 Gateway 8-15

Cisco Unified Videoconferencing Manager 8-8, 8-10

class-based weighted fair queuing (CBWFQ) 4-4

classification of traffic 3-4, 4-3, 4-6, 5-3

class of service (CoS) 3-4

clustering of gatekeepers 8-14

components

dial plan 6-2

videoconferencing 1-3, 8-1

composite deployment model 2-1

compressed RTP 5-5

conferences

multipoint 8-2

scheduled 8-7

CoS 3-4

D

default extension 7-5, 7-8

deployment example 9-1

deployment models

composite model 2-1

multi-zone campus 2-4

multi-zone WAN 2-7

overview 2-1

single-zone campus 2-2

single-zone WAN 2-5

dial plan

architecture 6-1

components 6-2

multi-zone 6-8

single-zone 6-5

dial strings 6-2, 7-2, 7-3, 7-4

DID 7-4, 7-5, 7-7

Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) 3-4, 5-3, 5-4

Direct Inward Dialing (DID) 7-4, 7-5, 7-7

directory gatekeeper 7-9

distributed MCUs 8-5

DSCP 3-4, 5-3, 5-4

dynamic cascading of MCUs 8-6

E

E.164 address

default 7-5, 7-8

defined 6-2

entrance criteria 4-4, 4-7

example deployment 9-1

extension, default 7-5, 7-8

F

FIFO 5-4

firewall 8-28

first-in-first-out (FIFO) 5-4

G

gatekeeper

address resolution 7-13

alternate 8-14, 8-18

call admission control 5-5

clustering 8-14

directory 7-9

integration with Resource Manager 8-13

overview 1-4

redundancy 8-18

registration of endpoints 8-12

requirements and recommendations 8-17

Gatekeeper Update Protocol (Cisco GUP) 8-18

gateway

overview 1-5

service prefix 6-4, 8-16

video 8-15

glossary GL-1

GUP 8-18

H

H.225 1-1

H.245 1-1

H.323

basics 1-1

firewall 8-28

ID 6-2, 6-5, 6-9

overview 1-1

standard 1-1

videoconferencing 1-2

videoconferencing components 1-3

H.323-ID 6-2, 6-5, 6-9

hardware components 8-1

hopoff statements 7-8

Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) 8-18, 8-19

HSRP 8-18, 8-19

I

infrastructure

campus 3-1

multi-zone campus 3-3

multi-zone WAN 4-4

network 3-1

QoS 3-4

single-zone campus 3-2

single-zone WAN 4-2

video components 8-1

WAN 4-1

initiating a call with an MCU 8-4

Interactive Voice Response (IVR) 7-4, 7-5, 7-7

interoperability with partner products 7-6

inter-zone calls

routing with a directory gatekeeper 7-9

routing with hopoff statements 7-8

IP Precedence 5-3, 5-4

IVR 7-4, 7-5, 7-7

L

Layer 2 3-4

Layer 3 3-4, 5-3

LLQ 5-4

load balancing 8-16

low-latency queuing (LLQ) 5-4

M

MCU

call initiation 8-4

cascading 8-5

described 1-6

distributed 8-5

dynamic cascading 8-6

registration with gatekeeper 8-12

service prefix 6-3

virtual 8-9

minimum bandwidth requirements 5-5

minimum software releases 5-5

models 2-1

MSN 7-4

Multiple Subscriber Numbering (MSN) 7-4

multipoint conferencing 8-2

Multipoint Control Unit (see MCU)

multi-zone

call routing example 7-2

campus deployment model 2-4

campus infrastructure 3-3

case study 9-1

dial plan 6-8

routing inbound PSTN calls 7-7

WAN deployment model 2-7

WAN infrastructure 4-4

N

NAT 8-28

network

infrastructure 3-1

load balancing 8-16

Network Address Translation (NAT) 8-28

Network Manager 8-14

P

partner product capabilities 7-6

platforms

partner products 7-6

QoS features supported 3-6

video infrastructure components 8-1

PQ

configuring 4-4, 4-7

provisioning 4-4, 4-7, 5-4

size of 4-4

Precedence, IP 5-3, 5-4

prefix

service 6-2, 6-3, 8-16

technology 6-2

zone 6-2, 6-7, 7-9

prioritization of traffic 5-4

priority queue (see PQ) 4-4, 4-7

product capabilities 7-6

provisioning

bandwidth 5-2

priority queue size 4-4, 4-7, 5-4

PSTN

calls in a multi-zone network 7-7

calls in a single-zone network 7-5

calls to H.323 7-4

Public Switched Telephone Network (see PSTN)

Q

QoS

campus 3-4

features 3-6

tools 5-3

traffic classification 3-4, 4-3, 4-6, 5-3

traffic prioritization 5-4

trust boundary 3-5

WAN 5-1

quality of service (see QoS)

queuing

low-latency (LLQ) 5-4

priority 4-4, 5-4

R

recommended software releases 5-5

recommended traffic classifications 3-4

redundancy 8-14, 8-18

registration of MCU 8-12

releases

recommended 5-5

remote bandwidth 4-6

Resource Manager 8-13

Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) 5-5

routing calls (see call routing)

RSVP 5-5

RTP, compressed 5-5

S

scalability of call routing 8-19

scheduled conferencing 8-7

scheduling conferences 8-7

service prefix

defined 6-2

design 6-3

gateway 6-4, 8-16

MCU 6-3

wildcard 6-3

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) A-1

single-zone

campus deployment model 2-2

campus infrastructure 3-2

dial plan 6-5

routing inbound PSTN calls 7-5

WAN deployment model 2-5

WAN infrastructure 4-2

SIP A-1

size of priority queue 4-4

SNA 5-4

snooping 8-28

software

minimum releases 5-5

stateful inspection 8-28

supported QoS features 3-6

switch platforms 3-6

Systems Network Architecture (SNA) 5-4

T

TCP 5-4

TCS4 7-4, 7-5, 7-8

technology prefix 6-2

telephony dialing comparison 6-2

terminal, video 1-4, 5-5

tools for QoS 5-3

ToS 3-4

traffic classification

campus 3-4

multi-zone WAN 4-6

recommended classifications 3-4

single-zone WAN 4-3

WAN 5-3

traffic prioritization 5-4

traffic types 3-4

Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) 5-4

trust boundary 3-5

type of service (ToS) 3-4

V

Videoconferencing 3522 BRI Gateway 8-15

Videoconferencing 3527 PRI Gateway 8-15

Videoconferencing 3545 Gateway 8-15

videoconferencing components 1-3, 8-1

Videoconferencing Manager 8-8, 8-10

video gateways 8-15

video shceduling 8-7

video terminal

number allowed 5-5

overview 1-4

virtual MCU 8-9

W

WAN

capacity planning 5-2

case study 9-1

infrastructure 4-1

multi-zone case study 9-1

multi-zone deployment model 2-7

multi-zone traffic classification 4-6

QoS 5-1

single-zone deployment model 2-5

single-zone traffic classification 4-3

traffic classification 5-3

traffic prioritization 5-4

weighted fair queuing (WFQ) 5-4

WFQ 5-4

wildcard

in service prefix 6-3

in zone prefix 6-7, 7-11

Z

zone prefix

defined 6-2

design 6-7

directory gatekeeper 7-9

dot (.) method 6-7

format 6-7, 7-10

wildcard 6-7, 7-11