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EoIP Training | Everything over IP Training

Introduction:

EoIP Training | Everything over IP Training Course in a Nutshell

Everything over IP is an intensive workshop that includes key EoIP concepts, architecture, and in-depth labs that reveal the intricacies and internal details of underlying protocols and systems. Topic Covered in this EoIP Training | Everything over IP Training course are:

How to successfully use IPv4 and IPv6 networks to deliver data, voice, video, signaling and telemetry information (EoIP), migration, architectures and routing, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Quality of Service (QoS) and Experience (QoE), IPsec and security, cryptography, VoIP and SIP, special challenges posed by voice and video over IP, unified communications, Web 2.0, fixed/mobile convergence, and emerging communications.

The EoIP Training | Everything over IP Training course relies heavily on instructor/class interaction and lab exercises to make sure that you get the most out of the class and can apply the material back on your job. To be able to participate in the hands-on activities, please bring a wireless-enabled laptop to the class. If using a company computer, please make sure beforehand you have full administrative rights to load new software on the computer.

Customize It:

● 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: 5-6 days

Prerequisites:

• Basic knowledge of the network layers and protocols including a rudimentary understanding of IP concepts

Audience / Target Group:

• All telecommunications and IT professionals, managers, consultants, engineers and supply chain personnel implementing, maintaining, supporting or procuring IP products and/or services.

Objectives:

• Interpret and troubleshoot IPv4, IPv6 and related protocols
• Understand, explain, design and troubleshoot routed IP architectures
• Integrate data, voice, video, signaling and telemetry on a single IP infrastructure
• Secure IP sessions and streams in a multi-user IP network environment
• Assure that subscribers achieve desired Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) goals
• Migrate existing networks into multimedia unified communications systems

Course Content:

Day 1: IP Concepts & IPv4 Protocol

Packet Networking Concepts
Circuits, Packets and Cells
Multiplexing & Addressing
TDM and Time Slots
TDM and Frequencies
Stat Muxing & Addresses: Virtual Connection Identifiers (VCIs), Classful and Classless IP Addressing
Error Handling
Discard
Retransmission
Forward Error Correction (FEC)
Routing & Forwarding
Packets, Flows and Sessions
Broadband vs Narrowband
(Very) Brief History of IP
IPv4 & IPv6 Highlights
NIST Profile for IPv6 in the US Government
IP Global View & Future
IPv4 Protocol
Lower OSI Layers
Upper OSI Layers
Layer 3 Functionality
End Systems
Intermediate Systems
IP v4 Header Fields and Functions
Protocol Processing
ICMP
PING
TRACE ROUTE
Hands-on IPv4 Lab
Protocol Analyzer Overview
Load and Run WireShark Protocol Analyzer
WireShark Familiarity Exercise
IPv4 Protocol Trace Analysis
Analysis and Reporting Exercise
Independent Discovery, Time Permitting
Day 1 Review

Day 2: IPv6 Protocol, IP Routing and QoS

IPv6 Protocol Overview
Need for IPv6
Interim Fixes/Patches to IPv4
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT)
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
Addressing, Structure and Address Space
Unicast, Multicast and Anycast
Discovery: Neighbor and Multicast Listener
Autoconfiguration and Name Resolution
ICMPv6 and Management Tools
Header Format
Migration
Hands-on IPv6 Lab
IPv6 Protocol Trace Analysis
Analysis and Reporting Exercise
Independent Discovery, Time Permitting
IP Routing
Routing Basics
Topology Discovery
Routing Tables
Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols
Exercise: Welcome to the Human Network
Router Simulation Using Class Participants
Router Functions, Routing Tables
Route Failures and Route Resilience
IP Quality of Service (QoS)
General QoS Concepts
IPv4 and IPv6 Variations
QoS Models
Prioritization
Bandwidth Reservation
Route Optimization
Hybrid(s)
QoS Issues in Multimedia Networks
Day 2 Review

Day 3: IP Security and IPSec

IP Security and IPSec Concepts
Introductions: Bob, Alice, Malory & Eve
Crypto Concepts
Keys and Key Management
Public/Private Key Infrastructure
Key Recovery
Tunnels and L2TPv3
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
IPSec Architectural Model
Hands-On L2TPv3 Lab
L2TPv3 Tunnel Setup
Logical Multimedia Connections
Lab Includes PPP, L2TPv3, PAP and CHAP
IPSec Overview
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
Authentication Header (AH)
Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
IPSec Architecture
IETF IPSec Roadmap
IPSec Implementation
IPSec Modes
Security Associations (SAs)
IPSec Processing
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
ESP Header
ESP Modes
ESP Procedures
Authentication Header (AH)
AH Header
AH Modes
AH Procedures
The Internet Key Exchange
ISAKMP
Public/Private Key Exchange Systems
Diffie-Hellman and Variations
Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
ISAKMP Domain of Interpretation (DOI)
Hands-on IPSec Lab
ESP & AH Headers
ISAKMP/IKE and Security Associations
Independent Discovery, Time Permitting
Day 3 Review

Day 4: Everything over IP

Data, Voice, Video, Signaling & Telemetry
Brief History
H.323 vs SIP vs Skinny vs TIPHON
SIP Wins!
Architectural Models
H.323
SIP / SIP-T
Skinny
Megaco
MGCP
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
SIP in Multimedia
SIP Servers
Proxy Servers
Redirect Servers
Location and Directory Servers
Registration
Locating SIP Servers
SIP Messages and Procedures
Message Structure
Requests and Responses
Addressing
Completion/Error Codes
Basic Call Flows and Service Examples
Media Streams/Packets in SIP Sessions
RTP/RTCP
Media Coding
Session Description Protocol (SDP)
SIP Protocol Operation
Call Set-Up
Invite
SDP
Media Streams/Packets
RTP/RTCP
Media Coding
Content Monitoring
Call Tear-Down
SIP Trunking
Uses
Protocol and Operation
Hands-on SIP Lab
Load and Run ClearSight Protocol Analyzer
Call Set-Up, Media Transfer and Tear-Down
Independent Discovery, Time Permitting
Day 4 Review

Day 5: Unified Communications and QoE

Unified Communications Overview
Inside UC Part 1: Sessions
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
SIP SIMPLE
Session Description Protocol (SDP)
RSVP
Call Admission Control
Quality of Service (QoS)
Quality of Experience (QoE)
Location Tracking
Presence Applications/SIP Presence Engine (SPE)
User Location
Session Border Controller (SBC)
Inside UC Part 2: Data
HTTP/sHTTP
HTML/XML
FTP/TFTP
Inside UC Part 3: Voice
SIP Voice
SCCP/Cisco Skinny
H.323
MGCP
Inside UC Part 4: Video
Videoconferencing Rooms
Unified IP Phones
Unified Video Advantage
Multipoint/Multimedia Control Unit
H.320 / H.323
SCCP
SIP
Inside UC Part 5: Rich Media Conferencing
Integration
SMTP
Jabber
Outlook
Webex and Web Conferencing
TelePresence
Inside UC Part 6: Security
Privacy and Security
Certificates and Certificate Authorities
Encryption
Key Management, PKI, pKI
SIP Proxy/Secure Authentication
HTTP Digest Authentication
Secure Real Time Protocol
Cisco Remote Party ID (RPID)
Quality of Experience
QoS vs QoE and Importance of both
Expectations
Age/Gender of Speaker/Listener
Speaker/Listener Familiarity
Native Language
Prior Experience
Network Requirements
Factors affecting QoE
Voice Algorithm
Voice Compression
Silence Suppression
Echo Cancellation
Tandem Hops/Multiple Encoding

Day 5 Review

Course Wrap-up: Final Words, Q/A, Evaluations

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