Ballplayers, Inc. is a sports marketing firm with locations in New York City, NY and Baltimore, MD. The firm represents both current and retired athletes and their associated marketing ventures. After successfully pilot Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express and Cisco Unity Express between New York and Baltimore, the firm’s CIO Fuzzy Dunlop has given you the go ahead to expand the pilot. This new phase will add Los Angeles as third CUCME location. Finally, CUE will be replace with a centralized Cisco Unity Connection integrated messaging solution.
Below is a high-level design of the Cisco Unity Connection Pilot.
The table below describes the IP Adressing & PSTN configuration.
The first Lab will walk through the requirements to configure the routing between Baltimore, New York, and Los Angeles.
Mark G. Reyero is currently an Account Manager with World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT), supporting the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS).Prior to this new role, Mark was a Consulting System Engineering for WWT, covering DHS.
Mark brings a broad base of both technical and business expertise to the customers he supports. During his tenure at Cisco Systems, Inc., and prior to that at General Electric, Mark planned, designed, implemented and managed a variety of network projects. Mark’s broad technical experience has included LAN and WAN & Switching, Unified Communications, Datacenter and SAN Design, Security and VPN, and Wireless LAN.
Besides being a Cisco CCIE (R/S), Mark holds various other professional certifications & accreditations from Cisco, CompTIA, EMC, Microsoft, NetApp, and VMware. He earned his BA in History from Washington College (Chestertown, MD) and MS in Business Management from the University of Maryland, University College (College Park, MD).