Multiparty Conferencing for Audio, Video and Web Collaboration using Cisco Meeting Server
LTRCOL-2250 - Multiparty Conferencing for Audio, Video and Web Collaboration using Cisco Meeting Server
This lab provides participants hands-on experience with design and implementation fundamentals
of the Cisco Meeting Server (CMS), bringing premises-based multiparty conferencing of video,
audio, and web collaboration together in one platform.
Students will learn to configure CMS
and deploy a secure, scalable, and resilient collaboration solution following Cisco's Preferred
Architecture including the ability to extend the platform beyond the corporate firewall and
allow external Internet participants. The lab will allow students to configure the various
components of CMS, such as Call Bridge, Web Bridge, and XMPP server. These systems will be
integrated with Cisco Unified CM for call control, an LDAP server for authentication and
directory services, and Cisco Expressway for firewall traversal, TURN server and Web Proxy
capabilities to enable secure access for external, WebRTC-enabled browser clients.
Third-party integrations, such as Skype for Business, are explored as well.