IP Networking Essentials
FMT-65

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
IP has become the single-most widely used communications protocol. Fundamental to network consolidation, supporting a diverse set of services with a single infrastructure, it is a common encapsulating protocol that accommodates different service transport requirements. This course provides knowledge of the fundamentals, operation and implementation of IP Networks.

Who would benefit:
Personnel interested in acquiring fundamental knowledge and skills in IP


Networks PAN/LAN/MAN/WAN Internet
OSI & TCP/IP Stack
TCP & UDP
Internet protocol
IP addressing
Ethernet LAN
Exploring the packet processing proces
Implementing Ethernet LAN


Interconnecting IP Networking Devices
FMT-66

Duration: 4 days
Course description:
This course provides the knowledge of the processes involved in passing traffic through Layer 2 switches and routers and the services provided by these devices. It provides practical training in installing, configuring, operating and troubleshooting Ethernet LAN Switch- es and IP Routers, for small to medium sized Switched and Routed Networks.


Who would benefit:
Personnel from technical disciplines


Networking Essentials
Implementing Ethernet LAN
IP Routing
DNS, DHCP &NAT/PAT
Voice over IP


Voice over IP
FMT-67

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) helps cutting costs, improving communication with custom- ers and employees and providing features without paying extra fees.This course provides the participants with the necessary knowledge to understand the transportation of voice over IP and explains its implementation on enterprise and telecom service provider networks.

Who would benefit:
Personnel from technical disciplines


Voice over IP
Voice Packetization
VOIP Transport Protocols
VOIP Signaling Protocols
VOIP & Next Generation Telecom


Understanding IPTV
FMT-68

Duration: 2 days
Course description:
The Cable TV (CATV) network transports the Radio Frequency signals to user equipment through a combination of Fiber and Coaxial media, but with the emergence of IP protocol it is now transported through a fiber media, by first converting the RF signals into IP streams. This course will focus on the transmission methodology and a detailed understanding of the functional elements used in the network

Who would benefit:
Anyone in technical disciplines


IPTV overview
IPTV Architecture
IPTV Standards & Protocols
IPTV Delivery Methods
IPTV Subscriber Services


Implementing IP QoS
FMT-69

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
This course provides participants with in-depth knowledge of IP QoS requirements, conceptual models using Differentiated Services (DiffServ), Integrated Services (IntServ) and the implementation of IP QoS. The QoS requirements of transporting voice, video and mission critical data over IP, use of various CODEC’s, Packet Loss, Jitter & Delay are analyzed and discussed in detail.

Who would benefit:
Technical personnel interested in en- hancing their knowledge of IP Networks


IP QoS overview
Integrated Services Model for Qos
Differentiated Service Model for QoS
Traffic Classification & Marking
Queuing Mechanisms


Implementing IP/MPLS VPNs
FMT-70

Duration: 3 days
Course description:
One of the biggest challenges for service providers who migrate from legacy networks to modern IP/MPLS VPN networks is to acquire the knowledge of IP/MPLS VPN, especially for the newly developed pseudowire-based Layer 2 VPN (L2VPN) technologies such as Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS) and Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS). This course provides the participants with a thorough understanding of the IP/ MPLS VPN technology.

Who would benefit:
Professionals involved in IP Networking and Systems


IP VPNs overview
VPN Comparisons
MPLS & MPLS VPNs
MPLS L2VPNs
MPLS L3VPNs
IPSec VPN