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VoIP with SIP

8General ITIT & Computing
1100

This course focuses on theoretical and practical principles of Real-Time Media over Internet Protocol coupled with SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Although the course is intended to be generic, examples of VoIP networks are highlighted utilising multi vendor software and hardware. The course starts with a recap of some TCP./IP Protocols, particularly those at the Network and Transport Layers such as IP, TCP and UDP and the use of Port Numbers. Sections of the course will look at:Voice encoding schemes and Voice Quality issues.ProtocolsVoIP Support Services such as DHCP, NAT, NTP, DNS and STUNThe Real Time Procols RTP and RTCPOverview of VoIP Security IssuesVoIP Bandwidth IssuesOverview of H.323 standard networksSIP - Session Initiation ProtocolSIP Trunks and TrunkingVoIP Quality of Service Issues and SolutionsDelegates will build a simple VoIP network in the classroom using Routers, Switches, VoIP PBX and VoIP Phones and make and analyze VoIP Calls.

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TCP/IP and LAN Technologies

12General ITIT & Computing
650

This course has been designed to provide delegates with a basic theoretical knowledge of Internetworking and focuses on the use of the TCP/IP protocol suite. Included in the course is a breakdown of the Internet Protocol version 4 address structure and how a network is logically subdivided through the use of subnetting. There are a number of practical demonstrations during the course to backup the theoretical learning.This course can form part of the prerequisites for further advanced data networking and Internet Protocol courses.Learning ObjectivesAt the end of this class, participants will be able to: Understand the basic history of the Internet.Understand the terms WAN, LAN, MAN, Internet and Intranet.Determine the functions of the Open Systems Interconnect 7 Layer Model.Determine the functions of the Internet Protocol 4 Layer Model. Differentiate between different standard Network Topologies.Understand the basic functions of a Hub, Switch and Router.Comprehend the difference between Distance Vector and Link State Routing Protocols.Determine the function of TCP/IP Protocols and at what layer of the Protocol stack they operate.Determine the Class of a given IP address.Perform subnetting of a given network address with the purpose of building an Internetwork. Who Should AttendNetwork technicians, Technical Managers and Support Staff who need an overview of networking technologies relating to the TCP/IP protocol suite.

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Introduction to Networking and Systems

12General ITIT & Computing
700

This 2-Day Overview on LAN / WAN Networking and Systems introduces the basic fundamentals of Networking with LANs and WANs and includes information on the key elements in a Modern Networking System. Delegates will be introduced to the function and workings of Modern Networks including an Introduction to Cloud Computing. The Internet Protocol Suite, commonly known as TCP/IP, forms the basis for the Internet and the next generation of networking and telecommunications services. Not only is it being used for pure data services such as Electronic Mail and Web-Based services but it is now also used as the core for mobile phone networks and Next Generation Services. It is now important for any staff involved in the transportation of data over networks to understand how the many hardware and software elements in a network interact and compliment each other in order to provide a secure environment for the storage and transportation of data.

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TCP/IP - A Practical Foundation

8General ITIT & Computing
1400

This Hands On TCP/IP training course introduces the basic fundamentals of the Internet Protocols suite and utilises a number of hands-on exercises to allow delegates to develop practical skills. Delegates will be introduced to the function and workings of core TCP/IP suite protocols and will also build a functioning classroom network with hubs, switches routers and server applications. The Internet Protocol Suite, commonly known as TCP/IP, forms the basis for the Internet and the next generation of telecommunications services. Not only is it being used for pure data services such as Electronic Mail and Web-Based services but it is now also used as the core for mobile phone networks and Next Generation Services. It is now important for engineers and technicians to understand how the core protocols function and interact with each other in order to configure and troubleshoot modern computer networks.

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Hands-On Beginners Introduction To NetworkingThis course is designed to provide delegates with a basic, practical understanding of Networking Principles through the use of networking devices such as Routers, Ethernet Switches, Hubs and Workstations. At the end of this class, participants will be able to: Determine the appropriate use for the following internetworking devices (Hubs, Ethernet Switches, Routers, Workstations.Manipulate Cisco IOS software through the Command Line Interface to configure and verify interfaces, various protocols and connections.Interconnect and configure Cisco routers and Catalyst Layer 2/3 Switches as part of a Network, to support specific LAN application services and WAN services.Use IP Addressing and perform network segmentation through the use of subnetting with the purpose of providing an efficient and effective working network. Build an internetwork and test the network by running application layer services across the physical and logical structure.Troubleshoot network elements and infrastructure using structured troubleshooting methodology

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This course is designed to provide delegates with a basic, practical understanding of Networking Principles through the use of networking devices such as Routers, Ethernet Switches, Hubs and Workstations. At the end of this class, participants will be able to: • Determine the appropriate use for the following internetworking devices (Hubs, Ethernet Switches, Routers, Workstations. • Manipulate Cisco IOS software through the Command Line Interface to configure and verify interfaces, various protocols and connections. • Interconnect and configure Cisco routers and Catalyst Layer 2/3 Switches as part of a Network, to support specific LAN application services and WAN services. • Use IP Addressing and perform network segmentation through the use of subnetting with the purpose of providing an efficient and effective working network. • Build an internetwork and test the network by running application layer services across the physical and logical structure. • Troubleshoot network elements and infrastructure using structured troubleshooting methodology

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Introduction to Voice over IP

12General ITIT & Computing
700

Aim:To provide delegates with a fundamental understanding of how voice and multimedia is delivered using packet switched IP networks, and to highlight the measures taken to make it possible.Objectives:By the end of the course delegates will be able to:Understand how VoIP protocols have been integrated with existing TCP/IP Core Protocols.Be able to explain the reasons for the development of VoIP.Understand the potential benefits of VoIP.Understand voice quality issues such as latency and jitter when associated with VoIP.State the function of the real time protocols RTP and RTCP.Understand the differences between H.323 and SIP when used for the setting up, teardown and signalling for VoIP calls.Understand Quality of Service (QoS) and what it means, particularly in relation to Voice and multimedia over IP.Appreciate how IP Multicasting plays a part in the Real-Time media delivery.Course Profile:Introduction to Voice over IPHow does it work?EncapsulationVoIP ProtocolsVoIP Service ProvidersVoIP NetworksWhy VoIPWhat does VoIP have to offer?Internet Telephony Product ClassesVoIP Regulatory BodiesVoice Encoding SchemesWaveform EncodingRecording and PlaybackPAM Pulse Amplitude ModulationQuantizationVocodersMOS Mean Opinion ScoreVoice Quality MeasurementVoice Quality IssuesoLatencyoDelay BudgetoCodec LatencyoSerialisation LatencyoNetwork LatencyJitterSilence SuppressionPacket LossEcho Problems in VoIPoAcoustic EchooHybrid EchooEcho SuppressionoEcho CancellationProtocols Network and Transport LayerOSI 7 Layer Network ModelTCP/IP SuiteInternet ProtocolTransmission Control ProtocoloPorts and SocketsUser Datagram ProtocolRouting ProtocolsThe Routing ProcessoAdvertising NetworkssoDiscovering RoutesoInterior Gateway Routing ProtocolsoExterior Gateway Routing ProtocolsoAutonomous SystemsoDistance Vector Routing Protocols - RIPoHybrid Routing Protocols - EIGRPoLink State Routing Protocols OSPFReal Time ProtocolsITU-T H.323 Protocol StackRTPEncapsulation OverheadoHeader CompressionoMulti PayloadRTP TranslatorsAudio Conferencing (Mixers)RTCPoRTCP Bandwidth ControloRTCP Sender ReportoRTCP Receiver ReportoRTCP Session DescriptionoRTCP Bye PacketsH.323 and Network ElementsH.323 Protocol StackH.323 ElementsH.323 GatewayH.323 GatekeeperH.323 MCUMGCP Media Gateway Control ProtocolMultipoint ConferencingCall Signalling (Setup, Media Channels, Teardown)Standard Call ModelFastStartSIP Session Initiation ProtocolSIP Protocol StackSIP TopologySIP OperationSIP URLSIP Signalling MessagesSDP Session Description ProtocolSIP Header FormatsSIP ServersoSIP RegistraroSIP ProxyoSIP RedirectCisco VoIP ExampleCisco IP Telephony ComponentsCisco CallManagerSRST Survivable Remote Site TelephonySimple Cisco VoIP NetworkQoS Quality of ServiceCongestion ControlQuality of Service ModelsoBest EffortoIntegrated ServicesoRSVPoDifferentiated ServicesCongestion ManagementoFiFooPriority QueuingoCustom QueuingoWeighted Fair QueuingoLow Latency QueuingMPLS Multi Protocol Labelled SwitchingMulticastingMulticast Enabled ComponentsReview of Address TypesMulticast ApplicationsMboneDistribution ProtocolsBroadcast vs MulticastMulticast Hardware AddressingMulticast IP AddressingMulticast MappingIGMPv1IGMPv2IGMP SnoopingCGMP Cisco Group Management ProtocolMuticast Forwarding AlgorithmsFloodingReverse Path BroadcastReverse Path MulticastTruncated Reverse Path MulticastPIM Protocol Independent MulticastoPIM Dense ModeoPIM Sparse ModeoRendezvous Points

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700

This 2 day course focuses on the technologies behind modern Next Generation Networks and how these networks are evolving to allow new services to be offered to customers.The term Next Generation Networks refers to networks being designed to deliver virtually any service including telephony, broadband data and multimedia services over a common infrastructure. For a number of years now telecommunications operators have been switching traditional circuit-switched voice services to IP networks, which are packet switched. In fact Internet Protocol will be the common denominator for all services. Underlying IP, it is proposed that Ethernet will be the data link layer standard, although SDH will play a part for a while yet. IP Core networks will and are being MPLS enabled to provide a Quality of Service link between Ethernet and IP.

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Broadband Technologies

12General ITIT & Computing
700

A 2-day Technical Overview of Broadband Technologies including the evolution of DSL with HDSL, VDSL and ADSL. Also Cable, WiFi, Wimax and others

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Introduction to Telecommunications

12General ITIT & Computing
350

This is a 1-day Overview of Telecommunications and Telecommunications networks, covering signalling, transmission, fixed line and mobile.

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1350

This course is designed as a foundation course in IP Routing and Switching, and is a Hands on Course using Cisco Routers and Switches. Students will learn Routing and Switching technology and implement what they have learned by building and configuring a simple IP data network.

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The course entails an introduction to data networking and TCP/IP Layered Networking. Delegates will connect and configure Cisco Routers and Switches to build a small network and verify operation. Switching and Routing topics will be covered including basic OSPF Routing with IPv6. Delegates should have the knowledge to attempt the relevant Cisco ICND1 examination.

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This course builds on the skills and knowledge already gained from attending Cisco Networking Part 1. Advanced switching with Ethernet, Spanning-Tree and Fast Etherchannel are covered. Other topics include IPv4 Routing with OSPFv2 and EIGRP, also IPv6 Routing with OSPFv3 and EIGRP for IPv6. Further detailed information on Serial Link technologies and authentication with PPP and CHAP are covered, as are IPv4 and IPv6 addressing.

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IPv6 Overview

10CiscoIT & Computing
380

The course will look at the basic technical details of Internet Protocol version 6, how it operates, the addressing system and a comparision with Internet Protocol version 4.

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Hands-On Introduction to IPv6

8CiscoIT & Computing
700

Technicians, Engineers and Technical Managers who require to understand the basic concepts, deployment and configuration of Internet Protocol version 6. Delegates will configure IPv6 and IPv6 routing on Cisco Routers. In addition, delegates will also verify the correct operation of IPv6 and troubleshoot any problems.

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About Us

Network Systems Training (UK) Ltd are a Technical Training and Consultancy company specialising in the delivery of instructor-led Technical Training. Training courses are in the area of Data Networking and Telecommunications and are offered as Public-Scheduled Courses and also as Onsite Training Courses.The company also offer a training course design service and can also perform TNA (Training Needs Analysis) for clients.The company headquarters and registered address are in the North East of England, but we have delivered training courses Worldwide.

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