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Avaya Communication Server 1000 BARS/NARS

Learn to implement and configure dialing plan features of Avaya CS 1000 7.x systems.

GK# 0705

Course Overview

This course addresses the minimum programming required to implement dial plan authorization, restrictions, and digit manipulation between multiple Avaya Communication Server (CS) 1000 systems. Through demonstrations, hands-on labs, and classroom discussions, you will learn how to implement public E.164 dialing plans, private Coordinated and Uniform Dialing Plans, and commonly used BARS/NARS features. BARS and NARS provide customers flexible configuration of Avaya CS 1000-based systems over traditional analog and digital transmission mediums as well as VoIP technologies such as H.323 and SIP.

Delivery Format Options

  • Private Group Training

    Private Group Training

    Train your entire team in a private, coordinated professional development session at the location of your choice.

    Receive private training for teams online and in-person.

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What You'll Learn

  • Avaya CS 1000 TDM and VoIP Networking Voice Overview
  • Avaya CS 1000 BARS/NARS Fundamentals
  • Electronic Switched Network
  • Automatic Least Cost Routing
  • Digit Manipulation
  • Network Translation
  • Supplemental Digit Recognition and Restriction
  • Network Class of Service
  • Time of Day Schedules
  • Free Calling Area Screening
  • Routing Control
  • Authorization Codes
  • Interpret BARS Database
  • Troubleshooting BARS
  • Networking Concepts
  • Network Signaling, Network Transfer, and Satellite Link
  • NARS Access Codes and Uniform Dialing Plan
  • Location Codes and Automatic On-Net to Off-Net
  • Modifying Route List Indexes
  • Coordinated Dialing Plan
  • Network Traffic Measurements
  • Avaya CS 1000 Voice Over IP Networking

Who Needs To Attend

Support personnel who are responsible for provisioning, maintaining, interpreting, and reviewing Basic Alternate Route Selection (BARS) databases and Network Alternate Route Selection (NARS) databases

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