Toll Free: 1-877-Info2Day
Advanced Internetworking
TCP-IP / IPv6 / VoIP
Course Description
In this Hands-On 3-day course, gives a deeper understanding of internetworking and routed network protocols. The focus of the course is the design, operation, implementation and analysis of newer application and routing scenarios in todays IP network environments.

Since secure, efficient, and reliable communications is imperative to internetworks, this course also goes into IP addressing, Voice Over IP and IPv6. Emphasis will be on end-to-end issues including all protocol layers, how to design IP sub-networks on a live network constructed in class to reinforce concepts, techniques, terminology, conventions, and components of Advanced Internetworking.
Students Will Learn
Target Audience
This course is for network managers, engineers, and technicians responsible for designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining TCPIP networks. It is also for software engineers who need to understand TCPIP protocol structures and functions.

This course is also appropriate for communications specialists managers, consultants, design engineers (hardware software), IT managers, marketing, network designers, network engineers, network operations center (NOC) staff, routing specialists, systems administrators, technical sales engineers, telecom managers, webmasters.
A Basic understanding of DataCommunications andor Networking. This information can be obtained in our course
Hands-On Internetworking Essentials
Course Outline

Module I:     The Internet

    Internet characteristics
    Internet connections


Module II:      Internet Addressing

    Internet addressing Introduction
    Classes of addresses
    Address notation
    Address Assignments
    Single Address per Interface
    Multi-homed Devices
    Multi-netting Multiple Addresses per Interface
    Network and Broadcast addresses
    Reserved and Restricted Addresses
    The Subnet Mask
    Masks for various Problems
    Determining Ranges of Addresses Within Subnets
    Private Addressing and Sub-netting
    Strategies to Conserve Addresses
o    CIDR
o    VSLM
o    Private Addresses
    Reserved Addressing and NAT
    Network Address Translation (Static)
    Double NAT
    Network Address Translation (Dynamic)
    Port Address Translation (PAT)
    Proxies and Firewalls
    Variable-Length Subnet Masking
    Right-sized Subnets
    Routing and VLSM
    The Class C VLSM Problem

*Classless Inter Domain Routing (CIDR)
    Using CIDR
    Contiguous Subnets

 *Managing IP Addresses
Multicast Addressing
IP next generation, Version 6 Addressing


 Module III:     Voice Over IP (VOIP) Introduction

    VoIP Applications, Market Drivers and Negative Drives
    Approaches for IP-Based Voice Systems
    Voice Servers Approach
    IP Voice and Video Phones


 Module IV:     Overview of IP, IPOATM, MPLS and RTP

    Internet Protocol
    IP switching
    IP Datagrams
    Support of Voice and Video in Routers
    Network alternatives for VOIP
    IP over ATM
    ATM and VOIP
    VOIP and Ethernet
    Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS)
    MPLS Features
    MPLS Forwarding/Label-Switchng and Label -Distribution
    VOIP Packets over SONET and DWDM


 Module V:     Quality of Service for Successful VOIP

    Quality of service defined
    QOS Approaches
    QOS policy management
    Per Flow QOS
    Class-Based QOS
    MPLS -Based QOS
    QOS Details
    IETF Integrated Service (INT-Serv)
    IETF Differentiated Service (Diff-Serv)
    Additional Details on queuing
    Mapping ATM QOS to alternatives
o    IP lack of real time services
    IP Version 6
    Reservation Protocol (RSVP)
    Real TimeTransport Protocol (RTP)
    IP multicast
    IP Switching


 Module VI:     Internet Call Processing

    H.323 Standards
    H.323 Basics and Functional Elements
    H.323 communication and Signaling
    Encoding audio and video
    Signaling System 7 and Internet Call Processing
    Session Initiated Protocol (SIP)
    SIP Protocol Components
    Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
    Other IETF Signaling Efforts
    Soft Switch Solutions
    Number Portability
    Types of NP
    NP-Enabled Number Conservation Methods
    E.164 Numbers and DNS
o    VoIP Future


 Module VII:      TCP/IP Developments and Futures

    The Shape of IP Version 6 - Next Generation
    IPv6 Implementation and Applications
    The IPv6 Address - Big addresses
    IPv6 Extension Headers
    Traffic flow for multimedia support
    IPv6 Routing
    Authentication and Security
    Related Next-Generation Protocols
    IPv6 Transition and Future


Delivery Method
Instructor led with numerous "Hands-On" exercises.
Equipment Requirements
(This apply's to our hands-on courses only)
BTS always provides equipment to have a very successful Hands-On course. BTS also encourages all attendees to bring their own equipment to the course. This will provide attendees the opportunity to incorporate their own gear into the labs and gain valuable training using their specific equipment.
Course Length
3 Days

Toll Free: 1-877-Info2Day