Course Name: VoIP Essentials On-Line Recorded
Course Tuition: $495.00
Course Length: Two Sessions (8 hours)
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Description: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a critical topic in the telecommunication network. VoIP Essentials will give you the knowledge necessary to understand the evolving telecommunications network. The course includes an overview of basic terms and concepts of both the circuit-switched and packet-based networks. It introduces the architectures and protocols required for VoIP.
You attend this course over the WEB.
What You Will Learn: You will learn the concepts of how voice, along with data and video can be transported using Internet Protocol (IP). Emphasis is placed on architectures and protocols needed in a VoIP network. You will be introduced to the various Protocols that are used such as IP, UDP, SIP, RTP and SDP.
Who Will Benefit From This Course: As networks migrate to VoIP, this course will be valuable for those individuals responsible for planning, designing, marketing, managing or supporting almost any area of telecommunications.
· Overview and Architecture
ü The PSTN circuit-switched network
ü Signaling networks and databases
ü VoIP equipment and topologies
ü Telephone numbers and IP addresses
Multi-media Subsystem (IMS)
· How Voice is transported over IP
ü IP basics
ü Internet Protocol (IP)
ü Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
ü User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
ü H.323 Network Architecture
ü Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
ü H.248 MEGACO Protocol
ü Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)
ü RTP Control Protocol (RTCP)
· Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
ü SIP network elements
· Proxy, Registrar, Redirect, User Agent
ü SIP message structure
ü SIP messages
ü SIP addressing
ü SIP Registration
ü Session Descriptor Protocol (SDP)
ü SIP message flows
ü SIP - PSTN call flows
Exercises are provided in the course, re-enforcing a practical understanding of the material.
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