Introduction to Next Generation Networks
Starts - 17th July 2017
in Westminster
Open / Public Introduction to Next Generation Networks training course
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Course Dates
17th July 2017 - 17th - 18th July 2017
10 delegate places remaining.
You may book or enquire about any number of persons up to this amount.
£ 760 per person + VAT

  • Course Description

    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.

  • Joining Instructions

    NO Prerequisites but a basic knowledge of telecommunications and/or data networking may be an advantage.

  • Who is the course aimed at?

    Any staff who require a technical overview of how Next Generation Networks operate.

  • Course agenda?

    Introduction to Next Generation NetworksWhat is a Next Generation Network?A single ArchitectureVoIP and IP TelephonyWhat Services will these new networks carry?How will the architecture differ?Control and Access Protocols TransmissionEthernet Services (10, 100, Gigabit, 10 Gigabit)Digital Subscriber LineHDSLSDSLADSLADSL2ADSL2+VDSLLast Mile / First MileEFM Ethernet First MilePON Passive Optical NetworksEPON Ethernet over PONIP ServicesIP Version 4IP AddressingNAT Network Address TranslationARP Address Resolution ProtocolDHCP Dynamic Host Configuration ProtocolMulticastingTCP Transmission Control ProtocolUDP User Datagram ProtocolIP Version 6 or IPngIP MulticastingUnicast and MulticastWhy Multicast?Multicast AddressingIGMP Internet Group Management ProtocolQoS Quality of ServiceBest EffortIntegrated ServicesDifferentiated ServicesIP PrecedenceDiffservQueuing and SchedulingVLANs and IEEE 802.1p/qMPLS Multi Protocol Labeled SwitchingWhat is MPLSMPLS Shim LabelsMPLS OperationReal Time Media over IPReview of traditional voice servicesCodecsQuality of ServiceVideo over IPVoice over IPH.323 OverviewQ.931SIP - Session Initiation ProtocolWhat is SIP?SIP URLsSIP RegistrationSIP Proxy ServerSIP Redirect ServerSDP Session Description ProtocolBasic SIP MessagesSIP Response CodesIPTVWhat is IPTV?IPTV StreamsIGMP Switched Digital VideoVideo on DemandSignalling and Control ProtocolsH.248MegacoMedia GatewaysSoftswitchesSignalling and IPSigtranSigtran Protocol ArchitectureSCTP Stream Control ProtocolSCTP vs TCPM2PAM2UAM3UA

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  • Is there an exam?


  • Typical start and finish time each day?

    9am to 4:30pm

This Introduction to Next Generation Networks course is suitable for delegates in the following surrounding towns - Chelsea | Clapham | Earls Court | Fulham | South Kensington | South Lambeth | Stockwell | North Kensington | Notting Hill | Shepherds Bush | West Ealing | West Kensington | Acton | Chiswick | Ealing | Hammersmith | Hanwell | Kensington | Maida Vale | Westminster | Paddington | Camden Town |

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