VCS Expressway Overview – Part 2

1 - Expressway Part 2 2 - Expressway Part 2 3 - Expressway Part 2 4 - Expressway Part 2 5 - Expressway Part 2 6 - Expressway Part 2 7 - Expressway Part 2 8 - Expressway Part 2

9 - Expressway Part 2

 

Notes:

Traversal concept is well known with normal firewall process. Normal – Firewalls keep logs, source/destination/port for outbound connections. Returning connections are permitted.

E can pass calls through ‘secure and established pipe’ between E and C.

BSCP – Desktop Sharing in Jabber (Colleague to Colleague)

TURN is used when endpoints call each other via the Internet. RTP is anchored via the Expressway C as per diagram – Media Path Summary QoS concerns!

With ICE enabled, media can flow between the 2 endpoints via the Internet. Supported by TP and Jabber endpoints and also Expressway/CUCM. (10.5 and above)

‘Service Discovery’ – In or Out of the Enterprise?

VCS Expressway Overview – Part 1

Introduction to Cisco VCS Expressway

Expressway Core + Edge

 

Expressway - 1

Expressway - 2

Traditional VCS Control + VCS Expressway:

Expressway - 3 - Traditional VCS Arch

Traditional VCS Control + VCS Expressway for B2B:

Expressway - 4 - Traditional VCS Arch B2B

New Expressway C+ E Architecture:

Expressway - 5 - New Expressway C + E

Code/Media:

Expressway - 6 - Code

*Same for VCS or Expressway, all dependent on the license key applied.

What?

Expressway - 7 - What

Comparisons:

Expressway - 8 - Comp

Jabber:

Expressway - 9 - Jabber

Solutions (Device and Product Position Only)
Expressway - 10 - Solutions