Intro to IP Telephony Course Overview

The history of telephony starts with the public switched telephone network (PSTN), which is the worldwide circuit-switched telephone network made up of open and private networks. Voice over IP (VoIP) is the most recent telephone technology which is able to provide advanced services to both purchasers and organizations at a reduced cost. Intro to IP Telephony course students will history and activity of the PSTN and VoIP and compare the two innovations.
 
In this course students will review the TCP/IP protocol and basic routing and cover such VoIP elements as analog and digital interfaces, numbering and dial plans, gateways and gatekeepers, and the different protocols used in VoIP operation. After completion of this course students will be able to address major quality issues, such as delay and jitter, as well as security issues such as confidentiality and spoofing.
 
Audience:
 
  • IT Professionals with understanding of Networking and also familiar with VoIP Technology.

 

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Your will learn:

Module 1: Overview of the PSTN and Comparisons to Voice over IP
  • The Beginning of the PSTN
  • Understanding PSTN Basics
  • PSTN Services and Applications
  • Drivers Behind the Convergence Between Voice and Data Networking
  • Packet Telephony Network Drivers
  • New PSTN Network Infrastructure Model
  • Similarities Between PSTN and ET
  • Differences Between PSTN and ET
  • Common ET and PSTN Interworking
  • Signalling Overview
  • E&M Signalling
  • CAS
  • ISDN
  • QSIG
  • DPNSS
  • SS7 Network Architecture
  • SS7 Protocol Overview
  • SS7 Examples
  • List of SS7 Specifications
  • Plain Old Telephone Service
  • Business Services
  • Service Provider Services
  • OSI Reference Model
  • Internet Protocol
  • Data Link Layer Addresse
  • IP Addressing
  • Routing Protocols
  • IP Transport Mechanisms
  • Delay/Latency
  • Jitter
  • Pulse Code Modulation
  • Voice Compression
  • Echo
  • Packet Loss
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Digital-to-Analog Conversion
  • Tandem Encoding
  • Transport Protocols
  • Dial-Plan Design
  • QoS Network Toolkit
  • Edge Functions
  • Traffic Policing
  • Backbone Networks
  • Rules of Thumb for QoS
  • Cisco Labs’ QoS Testing
  • Billing Basics
  • Case Study: Cisco SIP Proxy Server and Billing
  • Challenges for VoIP Networks
  • Mediation Services
  • Security Requirements
  • Security Technologies
  • Protecting Voice Devices
  • Protecting IP Network Infrastructure
  • Security Planning and Policies
  • H.323 Elements
  • H.323 Protocol Suite
  • H.323 Call-Flows
  • SIP Overview
  • SIP Message Building Blocks
  • Basic Operation of SIP
  • SIP Procedures for Registration and Routing
  • SIP Extensions
  • MGCP Overview
  • MGCP Model
  • MGCP Commands and Messages
  • MGCP Call Flows
  • Advanced MGCP Features
  • H.248/MEGACO
  • Cisco Packet Telephony
  • Packet Voice Network Overview
  • PGW2200 Architecture and Operations
  • PGW2200 Implementation
  • PSTN Signalling Over IP
  • Changing Landscape of PSTN-IP Interworking
  • Session Border Controller (SBC)
  • The Service Provider Dilemma
  • Service Provider Applications and Benefits
  • Service Provider VoIP Deployment: Vonage
  • Service Provider Case Study: Prepaid Calling Card
  • Session Border Control: Value Addition
  • VoIP Peering: Top Priority for the Service Providers
  • Service Provider VoIP and Consumer Fixed Mobile Convergence
  • Migrating to VoIP Architecture
  • Enterprise Voice Applications and Benefits
  • Advanced Enterprise Applications
  • Wi-Fi–Enabled Phones
  • Better Voice Quality Using Wideband Codecs
Live Online Training (Duration : 16 Hours)
Group Training 850 Per Participant Incl. Official Courseware
06 - 07 Jun 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
04 - 05 Jul 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
1-on-1 Training 1700 950 + If you accept merging of other students. Incl. Official Courseware
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If you think 16 hours is too fast, we can offer Comfort Track for 32 hours for only USD 1,900

Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • PSTN and VoIP Fundamentals
  • VoIP Technologies
  • VoIP Quality and Security

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