About this course

Course code TPIP2300
Duration 2 Days

Telecommunications networks have evolved to offer a rich mix of multimedia and voice services. Many such services depend on the Internet Protocol (IP) for their operation and networks need to be equipped and engineered to cope with changed and changing requirements. Internet technology is now at the fore of network design and implementation such that knowledge of IP engineering techniques has become a fundamental requirement for many in the telecommunications industry. This Wray Castle course takes delegates through engineering techniques, as well as applications and protocols, enabling them to work confidently and effectively in the IP environment. The course opens with an overview of IP networks, protocols and switching methods, moving on to network services and the protocols that support them. Section 3 covers service provider architectures. The course closes with topics such as QoS, security, VPNs and Multimedia over IP Applications.

Prerequisites

In order to achieve the maximum benefit from this course, it is recommended that delegates are familiar with the operation of packetswitched data networks and the Internet.

Delegates will learn how to

compare the features of traditional data networks with IP networks explain the key functions of the IP network layer and IP addressing schemes describe the major features of IPv6 and how it can be deployed in real networks describe the key transport and application layer protocols of publicservice IP networks define the hierarchy of a typical IP network and describe the technical architecture of IP network services list the options for access services and discuss their main features compare router and switch features at core, distribution and access layers explain the functions and key properties of routing protocols evaluate a routing design at the customer/service provider interface present the key mechanisms for control, scale and stability in routing design list the QoS techniques available for IP networks and define QoS applicability to public service IP networks describe the strengths and weaknesses of the main VPN technologies understand the threats, vulnerabilities and risks to IP networks and discuss countermeasures discuss the benefits and features of MPLS networking explain the impact of multimedia services such as VoIP and IPTV on IP networks

Outline

This course delivers a detailed overview of Internet Protocol networks. Delivering an understanding of Engineering techniques, as well as applications, protocols and switching methods, it enables delegates to work confidently in the IP environment. Other topics explored include QoS security, VPNS and Multimedia over IP.

2 Days

Duration

This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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