About This Course
Operating a Cisco DTA Control System (DTACS)
Following are the prerequisites for this course: Activating and Operating a DSN course Practical experience operating a DNCS To locate Cisco courses that cover the listed prerequisites, refer to www.cisco.com/go/ase.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Use the DNCS to access and control the DTACS system Perform administrative tasks for the DTACS Manage DTAs using the DNCS and the DTACS WUI View and manage DNCS configurations for proper DTACS operation Perform basic maintenance on the DTACS server
course outline is as follows: I. DTACS Fundamentals A. Using DTAs to Provide Video B. Managing DTAs with a DTACS C. DTACS in DBDS Architecture II. DNCS Settings for DTACS A. Verifying DNCS Settings for DTACS B. Modifying Source Definitions and Packages C. Modifying Channel Maps III. DTACS Operations A. Viewing DTAs B. Adding and Removing DTAs from the DTACS C. Managing VCTs D. Synchronizing Databases E. Delivering Image Files to DTAs IV. DTACS Management A. Managing Users for DTACS B. DTA System Data C. Understanding Processes on the DTACS Server D. Exploring Tiered Services and SCP E. Examining DTA Diagnostics V. Broadcast Service Groups in v1.2 A. Using BSGs for DTAs
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to operate the Cisco DTA Control Server in a DBDS network. The primary audience for this course includes: System engineers Technical support personnel Channel partners, resellers