Voice over Internet Protocol, IT 546
About this Course:
This course covers a suite of application protocols known as Voice over IP (VoIP). It describes important protocols within that suite including RTP, SDP, MGCP, and SIP and the architecture of various VoIP installations including on-net to on-net, on-net to PSTN and Inter-domain scenarios. The functions of the Network Elements that play significant roles in this architecture will be defined. Examples of network elements that are currently available as products will be examined.
Course FeaturesIntroduction to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol Class), lecture can be attended live or online, labs take place at Rice Campus in the ITM VoIP Lab in the afternoon or evening.
IT 440 Network+ Certification Training, OSI Model Networking and protocol concepts or equivalent experience required for enrollment.
Who Should Attend:
This course is valuable for anyone interested in migrating voice traffic to new or existing data networks, including datacomm and telecom professionals, network managers and administrators, mobile network managers and administrators, mobile network designers, project leaders and consultants.
- Goals, definitions, standards bodies and protocols of VoIP
- Functional and historical overview of voice services
- VoIP architectures
- VoIP network elements
- Structure and functions of Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
- Structure and functions of Network-based Call Signaling (NCS)
- Session Description Protocol (SDP) and Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)
- Delivery of call features
- Enterprise VoIP installation
- Dynamic quality of service
- Security considerations and emergency services
- Inter-domain architecture and its basic call scenarios for VoIP
- Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) structure, profile and extensions
Carol R. Davids