Introduction to Voice over IP
Starts - 12th June 2017
in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Open / Public Introduction to Voice over IP training course
Please find below further information about the open Introduction to Voice over IP course which is scheduled to take place in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, starting on the 12th June 2017. Scroll down for directions and to view a map of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne venue, which is situated in the greater Newcastle area.

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Course Dates
12th June 2017 - 12th - 13th June 2017
Availability
10 delegate places remaining.
You may book or enquire about any number of persons up to this amount.
Price
£ 750 per person + VAT

  • Course Description

    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

  • Joining Instructions

    No prerequisites, just an enthusiasm to learn.

  • Who is the course aimed at?

    Technicians, engineers, managers and support staff requiring a technical overview of Voice over IP.

  • Course agenda?

    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 Poi

  • Qualification or certification that successful delegates receive?

    None

  • Is there an exam?

    None

  • Typical start and finish time each day?

    9am to 4:30pm

This Introduction to Voice over IP course is suitable for delegates in the following surrounding towns - Newcastle-upon-Tyne | Blaydon | Bedlington | Cramlington | Blyth | Whitley Bay | Wallsend | North Shields | Hebburn | Jarrow | South Shields | Boldon Colliery | Anglia Boldon | Washington | Rowlands Gill | Ryton | Wylam | Prudhoe | Stocksfield | Riding Mill | Corbridge | Hexham | Haltwhistle | Woolsington | Newburn | Morpeth | Choppington | Ashington | Newbiggin | Alnwick | Chathill | Seahouses | Bamburgh | Belford | Wooler | Gateshead | Killingworth | Benton | Clifton Hepscott | Rothbury | Non-geographic |



 
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