Data Communications & Networking
FMT-11

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
A data network allows computing devices to exchange data. This course covers the basics of data communications and networking and provides a clear and straightforward understanding of many of the data networking components and the operation of data networks.



Who would benefit:
New entrants to the field of telecommunications and networking


Hardware: RTS/CTS, DTR/DSR
Software: Xon/Xoff
Serial Networks & Protocols
Analog Data Transmission
Transmission Systems
Local Area Networks (LAN)
Wireless Technologies
IP Networks


TCP/IP Networks
FMT-12

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
TCP/IP is the communications protocol suite on which the Internet and most commercial networks operate. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to TCP/IP, with practical examination of TCP/IP packets and protocol traces, along with hands on training to configure a host using TCP/IP tools.

Who would benefit:
Staff who intend to administer and maintain TCP/IP-based networks or those developing or migrating to TCP/IP networks.


TCP/IP and the Internet
Internet RFCs
TCP/IP protocol architecture
Transport Layer
The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
Application Protocols
Vendor implementations
Managing TCP/IP networks
Exploring Internet Services
Building virtual private networks (VPNs) with PPP


Voice over IP (VoIP)
FMT-13

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) helps operators implement voice over a shared packet network and feature-rich communication services in a cost effective manner. This course covers VoIP architectural details, protocols, QoS implementation, carrier grade reliability and security aspects.

Who would benefit:
Technical staff involved in VoIP implementation across the enterprise networks, mobile networks and NG networks.


VoIP overview
Speech Codecs
VOIP Transport Protocols
IP4 vs. IP6
Transport protocols in VoIP networks.
VOIP Signaling Protocols
QoS in VoIP


IPTV Fundamentals
FMT-14

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
IPTV is a system through which TV services are delivered across an access agnostic, packet-switched network using the Internet protocol suite, instead of being delivered through traditional television formats. This course covers IPTV architecture, protocol suite, transmission methodologies, service offerings and operational procedures.

Who would benefit:
Technical staff who involved in the provisioning and deployment of IPTV services


IPTV Market
IPTV Video & Audio Processing
Service Offerings
Technical Architecture
Standards & Protocols
Delivery Methods
Operational Procedures
IPTV and Alternate Broadcast Approaches


MPLS Fundamentals
FMT-15

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) provides benefits of traffic management, reliability and high speed switching. This course provides an insight into the MPLS technology covering traffic engineering, QoS, SLA, VPNs and integration of MPLS application components


Who would benefit:
Staff working on transport and core networks, interested in acquiring skills in MPLS.


Drawbacks of traditional IP networks
MPLS Concepts and Terminology
Architecture
Signaling Protocols
MPLS and ATM
QoS in MPLS
Applications of MPLS


IPv6 Fundamentals
FMT-16

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Internet Protocol 6 (IPv6), developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is intended to replace IPv4. This course provides an overview of IPv6 technology covering it operation, addressing, routing and migration, necessary for deploying IPv6 in the enterprise and service provider networks.

Who would benefit:
Staff involved in the administration and maintenance of IP networks and those migrating their IPv4 networks to IPv6 based networks


IPv6 Overview
IPv6 Addressing
IPv6 Header
IPv6 ICMP and NDP
IPv6 Routing
IPv6 and DNS
Coexistence and Transitioning