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Wallace K. — Voice over IP First-Step
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Название: Voice over IP First-Step

Автор: Wallace K.

Аннотация:

Your first step into the world of IP telephony

No IP telephony experience required

Includes clear and easily understood explanations

Makes learning easy

Your first step to the world of IP telephony begins here!

Learn how voice and data communications merge in voice-over-IP technology

Use this reader-friendly guide to understand the benefits of this technology

Explore real-life applications and theories through case studies in every chapter

Welcome to the world of voice over IP

We use either a telephone or e-mail for much of our day-to-day communication. Today, these two worlds are merging, and companies can place phone calls over their existing data network infrastructures using a technology called voice over IP (VoIP).



No prior experience with VoIP technology is required

Voice over IP First-Step is anyone's introduction to the world of VoIP networks. The concepts in this book are presented in plain language, so you don't need in-depth background knowledge to comprehend the technologies covered. If you work with data networks, if you work with telephony networks, if you're a home user interested in how VoIP can reduce your monthly phone bill, or if the concept of VoIP simply intrigues you, this book is for you.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

ed2k: ed2k stats

Год издания: 2005

Количество страниц: 336

Добавлена в каталог: 13.06.2007

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Предметный указатель
3DES (Tripe Data Encryption Standard)      
8-bit samples      
a-Law      
ABBRDIAL button      
abbreviated dial numbers      
Access control lists (ACLs)      
accounting      
accounts, CCO      
ACD (Automatic Call Distribution)      
ACF      
ACF (admission control) messages      
ACLs (access control lists)      
AD (Active Directory)      
Adaptive Differentiated PCM (ADPCM)      
additional switch ports (IP Phones)      
addresses, signaling      2nd
administration, call      
admission confirm (ACF) messages      
admission reject (ARJ) messages      
admission request (ARQ) messages      
ADPCM (Adaptive Differentiated PCM)      
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)      
Advanced Integration Module (AIM)      
AF (Assured Forwarding)      
agents      
AIM (Advanced Integration Module)      
Aliasing      
AMI (alternate mark inversion)      
Amplitudes      
Analog      [See also interfaces]
analog compression      
analog conversion      
announcements      
Annunciator      
applications      
ARJ      
ARJ (admission reject) messages      
ARQ      
ARQ (admission request) messages      
Assured forwarding (AF)      
audio, MeetingPlace      
auto answer (IP Phone)      
auto answer feature (IP Phone)      
Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)      
AutoQoS      
AutoQoS, configuring      
auxiliary VLANs (IP Phones)      
availability, downtime      
avoidance      
avoidance, congestion      
B-channels      
B8ZS (bipolar 8-zero substitution)      
BackboneFast      
Backup and Restore System (BARS)      
Backward Explicit Congestion Notification (BECN)      
Bandwidth      
bandwidth selection      
Barge feature (CCM)      
BARS (Backup and Restore System)      
Basic Rate Interface (BRI)      
Bc (committed burst)      
Be (Excess Burst)      
bearer channels      
BECN      
BECN (backward explicit congestion notification)      
Best-Effort QoS      
BHCAs (Busy Hour Call Attempts)      
bipolar 8-zero substitution (B8ZS)      
bipolar violations      
bits      
BRI      
BRI (Basic Rate Interface)      
bridges, root      
broadcast storms      
buckets (token)      
buffers, look ahead      
busy hour      
Busy Hour Call Attempts (BHCAs)      
busy hour traffic      
busy signals      2nd
buttons, line/speed dial      
byte-by-byte scheduling      
bytes, ToS      
CA (certificate authority)      
cadence (ring)      
CAIM (Compression Advanced Integration Module)      
Calculating      
calculating bandwidth      
calculations      
Calculators      
CALL      2nd
call administration      
call agents      2nd 3rd
Call Back feature (CCM)      
call centers      
call detail records (CDRs)      
Call forwarding      
Call Join feature (IP Phone)      
call legs      
call minutes      
Call Park (IP Phone)      
call processing model      
call progress tones      
call setup (CCM)      
call types      
call types (H.323)      
caller-ID      
Calling Search Spaces (CSS)      
Calls      
capacitors      
CAPF (Certificate Authority Proxy Function)      
CAS      
CAS (Channel Associated Signaling)      
case studies      
Case study      
Catalyst switches      
Catalyst-based      
Categories      
CB-WFQ      
CB-WFQ (Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing)      
CCM      
CCM (Cisco CallManager)      2nd 3rd
CCM and Unity      
CCM integration      
CCMs      
CCO (Cisco Connection Online) accounts      
CCS (Common Channel Signaling)      
CDP      
CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)      
CDRs      
CDRs (Call Detail Records)      
Cell Loss Priority (CLP) bits      
central office (CO)      
centralized call processing CCM design models      
centralized call processing models      
CER (Cisco Emergency Responder)      
Certificate authority (CA)      
Certificate Authority Proxy Function (CAPF)      
certificates      
Channel Associated Signaling (CAS)      
Channels      
CID (context ID)      
CIR (committed information rate)      
circuits, ringing      
Cisco 7902G      
Cisco 7902G IP phones      
Cisco 7905G      
Cisco 7905G IP Phones      
Cisco 7910G+SW      
Cisco 7910G+SW IP Phone      
Cisco 7912G      
Cisco 7912G IP phones      
Cisco 7920      
Cisco 7920 IP Phone      
Cisco 7936      
Cisco 7936 IP Phone      
Cisco 7940G      
Cisco 7940G IP Phone      
Cisco 7960G      
Cisco 7960G IP Phone      
Cisco 7970G      
Cisco 7970G IP Phone      
Cisco 7971G-GE      
Cisco 7971G-GE IP Phone      
Cisco CallManager (CCM)      2nd 3rd
Cisco CallManager Administration web interface      
Cisco CallManager Express (CME)      
Cisco Catalyst 6500 multilayer switches, redundancy      
Cisco Connection Online (CCO) accounts      
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)      
Cisco Emergency Responder (CER)      
Cisco IP Communicator      
Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) Enterprise Edition      
Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) Express Edition      
Cisco IP SoftPhone      
Cisco IP/VC 3540 MCUs      
Cisco proprietary inline power      
Cisco Unity      
Cisco Unity Express (CUE)      
Class of Service (CoS)      
Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CB-WFQ)      
Classification      2nd
Clients      
CLP      
CLP (Cell Loss Priority) bits      
Clusters      
CME      
CME (Cisco CallManager Express)      
CME routers      
CO (central office)      
co-location      
codebooks      
CODECs (coder decoders)      2nd
coding, line      
collaboration, MeetingPlace      
commands, ping      
committed burst (Bc)      
committed information rate (CIR)      
Common Channel Signaling (CCS)      
Component      
components      
compressing      
compressing bandwidth      
Compression      
Compression Advanced Integration Module (CAIM)      
Computer Telephony Integration (CTI)      
conditioners      2nd
conditioners (traffic)      2nd
conference call support      
conference call support (CCM)      
conference calls      
conference calls (IP Phones)      
Conference Connection      
Conference Connection application      
Configuration      
Configuring      
Conforming      
conforming traffic      
Congestion      
Congestion management      
Conjugate Structure Algebraic Code Excited Linear Predication (CS-ACELP)      
connect messages      
connecting digital circuits      
connecting phone lines      
connecting routers to digital circuits      
connecting routers to phone lines      
Connections      
connectors, RJ-45      
context ID (CID)      
Convergence      
conversion (analog)      
Converting      
copying databases      
cos      
CoS (Class of Service)      
CoS configuration      
CS-ACELP (conjugate structure Algebraic Code Excited Linear Predication)      
CSS      
CSSs (Calling Search Space)      
CTI      
CTI (Computer Technology Integration)      
CUE (Cisco Unity Express)      
customizing redundancy      
D-channel      
Data Connection (DC) Directory      
databases, copying      
DC (Data Connection) Directory      
DE      2nd
DE (Discard Eligible) bits      
Default PHB      
defining logarithmic scales      
Delay      
deploying      
deploying CCMs      
Design      [See also configuration]
determining GoS      
devices      
dial peers      
dial plans      
dialing      
difference signals      
Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP)      
DiffServ (Differentiated Services)      
digital circuits      
digital circuits, connecting      
Digital signal processors (DSPs)      2nd
digitizing voice      [See also conversion]
direct gateway-to-gateway calls (H.323)      
Direct Transfer feature (IP Phone)      
DirTrfr softkey      
Disaster recovery      
Discard Eligible (DE) bits      2nd
distributed call processing CCM design models      
distributed call processing models      
downtime, availability      
drops      
DSCP (Differentiated Service Code Point)      
DSPs (digital signal processors)      2nd
DTMF      
DTMF (dual tone multifrequency)      
dual token buckets      
dual tone multifrequency (DTMF)      
dual-rate policing      
E1, multiframes      
ECN (Explicit Congestion Notification)      
EDGE      
edge devices      
EF (Expedited Forwarding)      
efficiency (link)      
encoding waveforms      
encryption, CCM security      
Endpoints      
Erlang B      
Erlangs      
Erlangs, calculating      
errors, quantization      
ESF (Extended Super Frame)      
Ethernet      
Ethernet switches      
events, MGCP gateways      
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