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Cisco AVVID & IP Telephony Design & Implementation
by Larry Keefer, Sean Thurston, Jeff Bankston, and Michael Flannagan
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Many lessons have already been learned from the rapid adoption of Ciscos AVVID IP Telephony product line. Companies must cost effectively integrate old world technologies with the new, engineer packet transport networks for quality of service, simultaneously bolster traditional telephony and IP skills, and continuously exercise proper risk management. The purpose of this book is to help readers overcome the inherent complexities of IP telephony so that its promise can be fully realized.
Cisco AVVID Design and Implementation is a complete reference for network administrators and engineers responsible for a complicated AVVID network. This book covers history, protocols, hardware, servers, switches, bridges, and routers, and discusses implementation issues, realities of cost, requirements, and network limitations. Engineers will learn how to design and build a comprehensive Cisco AVVID network infrastructure. Second in a series, this book is designed as the next-step for readers who have read the well-received Configuring Cisco AVVID Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data.
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