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ATM Training Advanced | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training

Introduction:

ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training Course Description

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), a key component of Broadband ISDN (B-ISDN), is a widely deployed technology that is recognized for its multimedia capabilities and flexibility. However, it’s not an easy technology to master. This in-depth two-day ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course is the second of our two courses on ATM. This ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course picks up where its predecessor leaves off, helping you greatly advance and expand your knowledge of ATM.

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● If you are familiar with some aspects of this course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

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Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

◾Use the latest ATM terminology
◾Keep up with the current spec efforts of the ATM Forum’s Working Groups (WG)
PHY: Inverse Multiplexing for ATM, UTOPIA, multiPHY I/F, 2.4 Gbps
◾Circuit Emulation Services: AAL1 & 2 trunking, NB trunking, DB-CES, AAL-CU
◾Voice Telephony over ATM: NB trunking using AAL2 SSCS, VTOA to the Desktop
◾Routing, addressing, internetworking (ASP, private, B-ISUP, Q.2931, AINI)
◾LAN Emulation: LUNI enhancements, LNNI, new LANE MIBs, issues
◾P-NNI : public/private internetworking, MIBs, Leaf-Initiated Joins (LIJs)
◾Multi-Protocol Over ATM (MPOA): Architecture, operation, protocols, issues – versus layer 3 switching, Cisco’s Tag Switching and IETF’s MPLS
◾Application Program Interface: UNI 4.0, SAP, semantics, Java.net, Winsock
◾Residential Broadband: Architecture, services, HUNI, UNIx, ANI, VB5.x
◾Network Management: M4 Interface Reqs, Logical MIBs, Network Element View
◾Connectionless ATM, pre-reserved QoS bandwidth technology
◾Knowledge to give you an early advantage over the competition
◾Identify and pursue key issues and ask more penetrating questions
◾Integrate your LAN, WAN networks with voice, video and FAX networks

Course Content:

Overview of ATM Forum (ATMF) Efforts

◾Quick review of new spec efforts
◾Anchorage, new approved specs, spec watch

Advanced ATM Physical (PHY) Layer Specs

◾Where do the new specs fit in the PHY layer?
◾New low-cost connectors for ATM campus nets
◾New PHY protocols: 622, 1000, 2498.32 Gbps
◾Inverse Multiplexing for ATM: Business case
◾Performance objectives and availability
◾IMA architecture: Version 1.x, MIB
◾Serial UTOPIA, MultiPHY

ATM Forum’s User-Network Interface

◾Its scope, purpose, bearer service attributes and QoS
◾Setting up an SVC: Parameters, protocols, elements
◾2931, UPC, CAC, NPC, QoS, CLP
◾UNI vers. 3.1/4.0/4.1, Spec’d and Unspec’d QoSs
◾Specs for SONET and 44.736 Mbps at public UNI
◾Specs for 100, 155.52 and 51 Mbps at private UNI

ATMF Routing and Addressing (RA) Developments

◾ATM addressing standards: AESA, DCC, E.164 N/e/A, ICD, local
◾Four examples of addressing in connections
◾Transported Number Stack (TNS)
◾Address types for different network types
◾Internetworking addressing examples
◾AINI: ATM Internetworking Interface
◾Peers, non-peers and Transit networks
◾ASP-ASP, Private-Private, bi-level addressing, all BISUP, mixed
◾2931 and BISUP

LAN Emulation (LANE) Developments

◾Quick review of LANE version 1 technology
◾LANE v2 summary: New services, features, support
◾LUNI (LANE User Network Interface) version 2
◾LLC Multiplexing, TLVs, Multicasting, QoS
◾LNNI (LANE Network Network Interface) & MIB
◾Architecture, protocol layers, topology, protocols
◾Functions and Services: AALs, Connection Management, Layer
◾Management, SCSP services
◾Protocols and procedures: LECs to LECs, LES initialization and configuration, connection
◾BUS forwarding: Multicast and unicast traffic

PNNI (Private Network Network I/F) Developments

◾PNNI review: Addressing, DTLs, ‘crankback’
◾PNNI databases, PTSPs and PTSEs
◾PAR: PNNI Augmented Routing
◾PPAR: Proxy PAR
◾PNNI enhancements & new PNNI MIBs

Multi-Protocol Over ATM (MPOA) Developments

◾Purpose, evolution, requirements
◾MPOA alternatives: Tag Switching, MPLS
◾MPOA architecture: MPS, NHRP, MPC, ROLC
◾Operation: MPC-MPS, MPS-MPS, MPC-MPC control
◾MPOA data flows : MPC-MPC, MPC-NHC
◾Configuration, discovery, MPOA-NHRP resolution
◾Shortcut traffic Data Frame Encapsulations
◾MPOA Data Plane Purge mechanism
◾Ambiguities: Info at ingress and egress MPCs
◾Do new switch routers make MPOA irrelevant?

ATMF’s Residential Broadband (RBB)

◾RBB Architectural Framework: Five parts
◾Services, interfaces (HUNI, UNIx, ANI), HAN
◾ATM Access Circuits: HFC & PON; connectors
◾Alternative access circuits: ADSL, VDSL

Network Management (NM) Spec Update

◾Summary review of management models (for SNMP, OSI CMIP/TMN), trade-offs, ILMI MIBs
◾ATM M1 – M5 management responsibilities
◾M4: Architecture and SNMP/CMIP MIBs
◾Network View (NV) interface
◾Network Element Management interface: Reqs
◾New MIBs: CES, IMA, LANE, MPOA, PNNI, AALs

Native ATM Connectionless Service (CLS)

◾Applications for short lived data exchanges
◾Comparison of CLS to MPOA, MPLS, I.364

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