VoIP is a promising technology that permits the transmission of Voice over IP networks (Internet/Intranets). This development opens up many possibilities.
Network planners, Consultants, Network administrators, System engineers, ...
IP (Internet Protocol)
Quality if Service (QoS)
- Application possibilities
- VoIP variants
- VoIP uses
- What is QoS ?
- Why Qos ?
- Variables that Affect Voice Quality
- Jitter & RTP/RTCP
- Packet losses
- QoS Protocols
- RSVP (Resource ReSerVation Prot.)
- DiffServ / Prioritization
- MPLS (Multi Protocol Labeling Switching)
- IEEE QoS-Standards 802.1p/Q
Media Gateway Controller Protocol (MGCP):
- H.323 Terminal
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP):
- Use of MGCP
- MGCP Position
- MGCP Characteristics
- MGCP Messages
- What is SIP ?
- SIP Characteristics
- SIP Elements
- SDP (Session Description Protocol)
- SIP Messages
- SIP Addressing
- SIP Procedure
VoIP and IT-Security:
Migration Strategies and Outlook
- What is ENUM ?
- DNS (Domain Name System)
- LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
- E.164-Numbering concept
- E.164-DNS Mapping
- Relevant Standards
Participation in the "TCP/IP Protocols" course or equivalent knowledge.
The course is carried out as a combination of presentation and workshop. The individual modules are initiated by an introductory presentation. They are then extended by a various "live" demonstrations / exercises.
- TCP/IP Network with various VoIP systems
- Internet access
The participants receive comprehensive documentation. The course documentation contains copies of all documents shown in the course. The course fees include this documentation, as well as refreshment during intervals and lunch.
The course can also be carried out on the premises of your company.
Please contact us for more information!