5-day training seminar, $3,195
With the adoption of Wireless LAN, Unified Communications (UC), Voice over IP (VoIP), 3G and 4G mobile networks, cloud computing, and the next generation of voice and data services, telecom is undergoing a series of radical changes molded by the legacy of telephony and an Internet Protocol network.
This comprehensive course provides you with an in-depth understanding of the current telecom landscape and how voice is migrating from a circuit network to a packet-switched network. You will learn how to evaluate existing technology options to determine which will best meet your organization's data and telephony requirements, from mature digital transport/access services to emerging voice and data services using voice over packet technologies.
The technology, marketplace, and regulatory structure of telecommunications are in a continuous state of transition. This training will ensure that you fully understand the service options available to your organization, and how voice technologies integrate into your existing data networks.
What You Will Learn
Who Should Participate
Telecommunication Fundamentals training course is essential if you are new to the industry, have experience in data networking and are in the process of converging your telephony and data network infrastructures, or are responsible for implementing or supporting telephony services. This course is also highly recommended for voice professionals needing data training, consultants, executives, IT managers, marketing/sales staff, and network analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians
1. The Current State of the Telecom Industry
2. Circuit-Switched Networks and Digital Multiplexing Standards
3. Digitizing Voice
4. Mediums and Modulation
6. Carrier Access: Customer-to-Carrier Connections
7. Local Area Networks
8. Wireless LANs
9. Packet-Switched Networks
10. Voice over IP and Unified Communications
11. Carrier Data Services
12. Video Technology and Services
13. Cloud Computing
14. Introduction to Mobile Cellular Networks
15. 3G Networks: Enabling Mobile Broadband
16. Femtocell and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC)
17. Introduction to 4G Networks: WiMAX
18. Introduction to 4G Networks: LTE
1: Listen to different audio codecs used on the Linksys VoIP phone.
2: Using a protocol analyzer (Wireshark), examine the protocols for different data applications:
3: Learn the basics of how address resolution works with a DNS server with the "Simple DNS Plus" software application.
4: Learn how Ethernet switch port mirroring is set up in a managed switch and why the function is useful.
5: Learn how an Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) is used for connecting analog phones and fax machines to a VoIP network.
6: See a call setup between two VoIP phones on the network.
7: See a packet capture of the VoIP call setup using SIP and the various steps involved.
8: See how a VoIP device registers with the SIP server over the network.
9: Examine differences and features of a SIP proxy server and an IP-PX using two software servers: Brekeke and trixbox.
10: Learn how a Wi-Fi phone is configured and how calls are placed between wireless and wired devices.
11: Examine a dual-mode Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) phone and learn how calls can route to it from a VoIP network using SIP.
12: See how Instant Messaging (IM) works using the open-source client Spark and the open-source server Openfire.
13: Examine a packet capture of the "Jabber" traffic and learn how messages are passed between software clients.
14: Learn how VLANs work to separate different devices connected to an Ethernet network.
15: Learn how Layer 3 switches can route traffic between VLANs.
16: Examine the different type of video codecs that can be used on a desktop video softphone.
17: See how desktop video conferencing works by placing a call between multiple video softphones.
The per student registration fee for both classroom training and virtual (online) training formats is $3,195, and includes the seminar, course materials, and morning and afternoon refreshments.
Classoom training begins at 8:30 AM each day and concludes at 4:30 PM unless otherwise directed. Please arrive early on the first day to sign-in and meet fellow attendees. If you register less than one week in advance of a class, please bring your confirmation letter. Business casual attire is appropriate. For information on virtual training session start and stop times, refer to the course schedule below.
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Terms & Conditions
Seminar provider is not responsible for losses due to cancellation. In all circumstances, seminar provider's liability shall be limited to fees received.
Seminar agenda and assigned instructors are subject to change.
Public Training Terms & Conditions
Payment is due prior to the seminar.
Public seminar cancellation policy. Registrants may cancel up to fourteen days in advance of the seminar start date for a full refund, less administrative fees of $500. Or, you may transfer your registration to another member of your company at no additional charge. Registrants canceling within fourteen days of the seminar will receive training credit, less administrative fees of $500 toward any other Resource Center seminar.
In the unlikely event that a seminar must be cancelled by seminar provider due to unavoidable circumstances, you will be notified at least two weeks prior to the seminar date, and your payment will be refunded. Seminar provider is not responsible for losses due to cancellation including losses on advanced purchase airfares. We strongly recommend that attendees traveling by air to attend the seminar purchase only refundable tickets.