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Atos Unify OpenScape Manager Administrators - OS4MAD2SCS

The course contents include u.a. System Administration (SysM), Configuration Management (CM) and Fault Management (FM). After completing the course, you can perform the daily administration tasks on the OpenScape 4000 Manager.

Content

  • User administration (SecM)
    • Add usrers, assign access rights
  • System and network management (SysM)
    • Direct Dialogue
  • Configuration Management (CM) 
    • Add domaines and switches
    • Moving extensions within the network
    • Synchronization of parameters of different switches within the network
    • Network-wide features (Hunt-Group, Pickup-Group and Teamfunction)
    • Personal data
    • Protocols
    • Scheduled batches
    • Administration of tenants
    • Editor for customized fields
    • User settings
  • Call detail recording and collection (COL) 
    • Checking of data transfer
  • Fault Management (FM)
    • Evaluate alarms and errors, take measures
  • Performance Management (PM) 
    • Requesting reports
    • Analyze reports
  • Software Mangement 
    • Data backup
  • Utilities 
    • LAA
    • Export Table Client
    • XIE
  • Practical exercieses

Requirements

Course OpenScape 4000 Basic Administration (OS4MAD1SCS or HIP4MAAD1)

Additional information

  • It is absolutely necessary to have knowledge of OpenScape 4000 single switch administration with Configuration Management of OpenScape 4000 Asssistant. This knowledge can be aquired by attending the course OS4MAD1SCS or OS4BAS1SCS. Adding and Configuration of extension as well as all other features of a single switch will not be covered in this course! In the CM part this course will concentrate only on the networkwide features!

At a glance
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Course Nr. : OS4MAD2SCS
Duration : 5 Days
Price: 2.800,00 € plus VAT
3.332,00 € incl. Vat

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Target audience

Administrators (Level1), who manage networks of OpenScape 4000 and Hicom 300 switches on a daily basis.

Dates

Location
Date
Virtual Classroom
26.04.2021 - 30.04.2021
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