Course 20337B: Enterprise Voice and Online Services with Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013
|Technology:||Microsoft Lync Server|
12 August 2013
About this course
This five-day instructor-led course teaches how to design and configure enterprise voice in Microsoft Lync Server 2013 and Lync Online services. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to configure and manage a Lync Server 2013 on premises, Lync Online in the cloud or in a mixed deployment. In addition, it will provide the skills needed by IT or telephony consultants to deliver a Lync based enterprise voice solution. This course will teach you how to configure Lync Server 2013, as well as provide guidelines, best practices, and considerations that will help you optimize your enterprise voice deployment. This course helps the student prepare for Exam 70-337.This course is intended for IT Consultants and Telecommunications consulting professionals with at least three months experience designing, planning, deploying, and maintaining solutions for unified communications (UC) with particular emphasis on enterprise voice over Internet protocol (VOIP). The student should be able to translate business requirements into technical architecture and design for a UC solution. The student should also have basic Windows Server 2012 navigation skills.After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Design a resilient enterprise voice solution
- Design and configure network services for Lync 2013
- Configure Lync Server 2013 voice features
- Implement emergency voice services
- Plan and configure a Lync Online or hybrid solution
- Course details
Course OutlineModule 1: Voice ArchitectureThis module introduce Enterprise Voice features of Lync Server 2013 and discusses all components required to for implementation. A high level architectural design is provided and all relevant components such as mediation servers, gateways, SIP trunks, and PBX are discussed. This module provides students with the technical foundation to plan and deploy the Enterprise Voice workload.Lessons
Module 2: Configuring Basic Enterprise Voice FunctionalityBasic enterprise voice functionality provides a seamless ability for employees to make and receive phone calls from legacy phones, IP phones, Lync clients, and even mobile devices. A caller just needs to know one number for calling employee or if integrated with Active Directory, just the name. This module discuss configuration items relevant to Enterprise Voice. At the end of the module, students will have an in-depth understanding of configuration items such as trunks, routes, voice policies, and dial plans. Students will be able to configure Enterprise voice, implement routing and normalization and enable users for Enterprise Voice functionality.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Architecture and Server Roles
- Voice Features of Lync Server 2013
- Site Topologies
- Describe the Enterprise Voice features and capabilities of Lync Server 2013.
- Explain Enterprise Voice architecture and server roles of Lync Server 2013.
- Define site topologies for an Enterprise Voice deployment.
Module 3: Designing Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging Integration with Lync Server 2013This module discusses the process for integrating Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging (UM) with Lync Server 2013. Students also learn about UM dial plan requirements and how to create and configure a UM dial plan. Students learn how to enable a user for UM integration with Lync Server 2013.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Introduction to Lync Voice Routing
- Configuring Enterprise Voice
- Defining Voice Policies
- Assigning DID Numbers
- How to Design a Dial Plan
- Create phone number normalization rules based on enterprise dialing habits.
- Define enterprise voice topology by using Topology Builder.
- Design and configure a dial plan.
- Configure voice policies and routes.
- Manage voice features for users.
Module 4: Voice ApplicationsBasic enterprise voice functionality provides a seamless ability for employees to make and receive phone calls from legacy phones, IP phones, Lync clients, and even mobile devices. A caller just needs to know one number for calling employee or if integrated with Active Directory, just the name. This module discuss configuration items relevant to Enterprise Voice. At the end of the module, students will have an in-depth understanding of configuration items such as trunks, routes, voice policies, and dial plans. Students will be able to configure Enterprise voice, implement routing and normalization and enable users for Enterprise Voice functionality.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Overview of Exchange 2013 Unified Messaging
- Integrating Unified Messaging with Lync Server 2013
- Understand how Lync Server 2013 integrates with Exchange Server 2013 UM.
- Plan for Exchange Server UM requirements.
- Configure Lync Server 2013 to work with Exchange Server 2013 UM.
Module 5: Configuring and Deploying Emergency CallingThis module covers the Location Information Server (LIS) and how to implement Emergency dialing and Enhanced 911 (E9-1-1) where appropriate. The module discusses the implementation and configuration of Emergency Services for a Lync infrastructure and explores various configuration aspects of Emergency Services, such as location services, call routing and E9-1-1.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Call Park Service
- Managing Calls to Unassigned Numbers
- PSTN Conferencing
- Overview of Response Group Services
- Implementing Response Group Services
- Describe the purpose of Call Park.
- Explain the Unassigned Number feature.
- Describe PSTN conferencing.
- Describe Response Group Services.
- Describe the components of Response Group Services.
Module 6: PSTN IntegrationThis module discusses how to connect Microsoft Lync Server 2013 to a public switched telephone network (PSTN) using an existing Public Branch Exchange (PBX), gateway or Internet Telephone Service Provider (ITSP). Connection to the PSTN allows enterprise users to make calls to and receive calls from outside external numbers using the same Lync client used for internal calls. Later lessons will cover Lync 2013 features to improve managing and interacting with external users connected through the PSTN.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Introducing Location Information Server
- Overview of Setup and Call Flow
- Designing Location Policies
- Implementing LIS
- Address Discovery
- User Experience
- Describe Location Information Service (LIS).
- Understand how to set up and implement E9-1-1.
- Design Location policies for an E9-1-1 implementation.
- Configure LIS.
- Understand how location discovery works.
- Describe the process when a user makes an emergency call.
Module 7: Lync Server 2013 and NetworkingThis module focuses on network requirements planning, including Quality of Service (QoS), capacity, conferencing traffic, Edge placement, and bandwidth management. The module also discusses how to plan and deploy Call Admission Control (CAC). Students will learn about Lync networking dependencies, design guidelines, and best practices. The module also provides background information on CAC and QoS, and design and configuration information. At the end of the module, students will understand the networking requirements for Lync Enterprise Voice, and know how to successfully design, implement and configure Lync for both QoS and CAC.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Connecting to the PSTN
- Connecting to the Existing PBX
- M:N Interworking Routing
- Call Routing Reliability
- Connect Lync to the PSTN.
- Implement M:N interworking routing.
- Define a reliable route for calls by using the PSTN.
- Identify Auxiliary Calling Information passed during call forwarding.
Module 8: Phones and DevicesThis module discusses selecting, deploying and configuring phones and devices to use with Lync. At the end of the module the student will be able to deploy and configure Lync phones and devices.LessonsAfter completing this module, you students be able to:
- Planning for Media Requirements
- Call Admission Control
- Planning for Call Admission Control
- Media Bypass
- Enable Lync Server 2013 for QoS.
- Enable Call Admission Control.
- Create network inter-site policies.
- Enable media bypass.
Module 9: Lync Online Configuration and MigrationThis module introduces Lync Online and hybrid scenarios as well as explaining how to migrate users to Office 365. The different Lync online deployment architectures and the differences in feature set and functionality are discussed.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to
- Introduction to Phones and Devices
- Device Deployment
- Lync Server 2013 Phone Management
- Analog Device Support
- Understand the differences between the different types of Lync phones.
- Recommend phones for information workers, conference rooms and common areas.
- Set up, configure, and manage Lync Phone Edition and compatible devices.
- Configure voice policies for common area phones.
- Deploy and support analog phone devices.
Module 10: Quality of ExperienceThis module explains the requirements for quality of experience (QoE) monitoring. Students learn to interpret and use QoE reports to better manage and deliver the Lync Server 2013 user experience.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Office 365 Architecture
- Deploying Lync Online
- Lync Hybrid Scenarios
- Deploy Lync Online.
- Synchronize on-premises Active Directory and Microsoft Online Services Directory using Microsoft Online Services Directory Synchronization tool.
- Describe options for deploying Lync in a hybrid environment.
- Configure Lync split domain.
Module 11: Voice ResiliencyThis module examines the capabilities of Lync Server 2013 for providing voice resiliency across the enterprise. The module explores multiple failure scenarios, such as central site, branch, and WAN failover.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Voice Quality Concepts
- Exploring Lync Monitoring Server Components
- Exploring Lync Monitoring Server Reports
- RTP and RTCP Collected Information
- Understand requirements for installing Monitoring server.
- Identify different built-in reports.
- Describe each matrix available in the reports.
- Review Quality of Service reports.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
- Voice Resiliency in Lync Server 2013
- Lync Pool Resilience
- Branch Office Resilience
- Understand the resiliency challenges related to Lync Enterprise Voice.
- Describe the different Lync Server 2013 features that improve voice resiliency.
- Design and deploy Branch office resiliency improvements.
- Understand client behaviour for different outage scenarios.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- Minimum of two years of experience with Microsoft Lync technologies or similar telephony systems.
- Completed Course 20336, Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 or equivalent knowledge of deploying Lync Server 2013 or Lync Online.
- Experience deploying Lync clients, including end user and common area devices.
- Familiarity with security, networking and high availability concepts.
- Experience with monitoring and troubleshooting on Windows Server.
- Understanding of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
- Experience managing an application remotely using Windows PowerShell 2.0 or newer.
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