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This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course begins with a general overview of the 5ESS Switch with emphasis placed on the Modules and Unit functions. Next, the Central Office Power configuration and Power Alarm arrangements through the 5ESS display screens are explained. This is followed with a lesson presenting the function and operation of the Administrative Module, its Units, related display screens and commands. The function and operation of the Communication Module 2 (CM2), Communication Module 3 (CM3) and Quad Link Packet Switch Network (QLPS) are presented next. This includes the QLPS, CM2, CM3, display screens and related commands. The Switching Module Processor lesson presents the function and operation of the MCTU, MCTU2, MCTU3, SMPU4 – TSIU4, SMPU5 – TSIU4-2 and SMU6 along with their display screens and commands. The next lesson, Switching Module Peripheral Units, presents function and operation of all the different Peripheral Units that can reside in a Switching Module. This lesson also includes related display screens and commands. The Signaling System 7 lesson is presented next and addresses both the IRN2 and PSU-SS7 versions along with related display screens and commands. The next lesson presents Software Update display screens and procedures as defined in Alcatel-Lucent ’s Routine Operations and Maintenance Procedures document, 235-105-110. The last lesson presents Call Processing through the 5ESS and Related Recent Change Views. Alcatel-Lucent’s 5ESS Dyna Text Switch documentation is referenced throughout this course. This course can be customized to include Control Center (SCC/NOC/NRC etc.) Operational Support System (OSS: NMA, TNM, Netcool, etc.) messages. The objective of 5ESS Operations is to train maintenance personnel to effectively maintain a 5ESS and care for alarms, abnormal conditions and service affecting situations. After completing this course, you will be able to: -5ESS Overview -5ESS Power, Power Procedures, Alarms and 5ESS Equip.Diagnostics -Administrative Module Functions, Circuitry and Terminations -Communication Module 2 & 3 Functions, Circuitry and Terminations -Switching Module Processors Functions, Circuitry and Terminations -Switching Module Peripheral Unit Functions, Circuitry and Terminations -Common Network Interface and Packet Switch Unit System Signaling 7 Functions, Circuitry and Terminations -Software Update / Broadcast Warning Messages (SU/BWM) basic information -Origination Call Processing through the 5ESS Equipment and RCVs -Line Unit (LU) 1, 2 and 3 -Access Interface Unit (AIU, EAIU and XAIU) -Integrated Services Line Unit (ISLU 1 & 2) -Packet Switch Unit (PSU & PSU2) -Integrated Digital Carrier Unit (IDCU) -Digital Carrier Line Unit (DCLU) -Digital Line Trunk Unit (DLTU and DLTU2) -Trunk Unit (TU) -Digital Network Unit – SONET (DNU-S) -Optical Interface Unit (OIU) -Digital Service Units (1, 2 & 3) LDSU & GDSU -And Others
5 Day Course
This 2-day extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course is designed for Central Office Technicians with responsibility for the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of Central Office power equipment. The course provides a well-rounded basic study of Central Office power that most technicians work with on a regular basis. Theory is effectively combined with a practical hands-on approach that enhances the students’ learning experience and maximizes their value as Central Office Technicians. Objectives: Upon completion of this course the student will have a solid foundation of knowledge and experience to work effectively with Central Office power equipment to perform maintenance, troubleshooting and repair with minimal supervision. This course will cover the following topics: AC power equipment maintenance and repair (AC power Functions, AC Surge Arrestors, AC Transfer Switches, Stand-by Generators) DC power equipment and distribution (Operations and Maintenance of Batteries, Rectifiers, Inverters, Power Cabling) Breakers and fuses Grounding & protection Test equipment Central Office battery rundown test performed in the Maintenance Window. And much more…
2 Day Course
This extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led CompTIA Network+ meets the NEW DoD Directive 8140 requirements and the latest version (N10-006). This course will provide official CompTIA Virtual Live Exam and Testing Certification. Will Department of Defense (DoD) Directive 8140 replace DoDD 8570? Yes. When will DoD 8140 take effect? It is already in effect. Why Change from 8570 to 8140? DoD 8140 is designed to be more flexible and inclusive than DoD 8570. DoD 8140 includes initiatives such as NIST NICE (National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education), which identifies critical KSAs (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) and places cybersecurity positions into 7 categories (1. Security Provision, 2. Operate & Maintain, 3. Protect & Defend, 4. Analyze, 5. Operate & Collect, 6. Oversight & Development, and 7. Investigate) consisting of 31 specialty areas. BTS works with clients to deliver appropriate material to become CompTIA Network+ certified. Course design uses the latest texts and other materials over a one or two week period based on client needs. Time is allowed after each Instructor presentation and demonstration for student hands-on work on labs, practice exams and Network+ related drills. BTS offers On-Site Testing and Test Administration for this course, or students can take the exam at their own leisure at a certified testing center of their choice and schedule. Master essential data networking skills while preparing for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam (N10-006). CompTIA's Network+ is the premier vendor-neutral networking certification. Our Network+ Prep Course is designed to provide the foundation you need not only to be productive on the job but also to be successful in more specialized topics and in your pursuit of vendor-specific certifications. Companies such as Dell, HP, Ricoh, Sharp, and Xerox recommend or require CompTIA Network+ for their networking technicians. It is a technical prerequisite option for IT technicians seeking to join the Apple Consultants Network, and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Defense. Earning CompTIA's Network+ certification increases your value in the marketplace, providing proof of your knowledge, skills, and ability to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure. Our Network+ Prep Course points you in the right direction, allowing you to demonstrate the concepts covered on the Network+ exam in a real-world, hands-on environment. You will work through several practice exams to reinforce your knowledge. You will gain essential networking skills in labs that feature networking equipment from Cisco, Linksys, Netgear, ZyXel, and others. In addition to preparing you for Network+ certification, this course also meets the NEW DoD 8140 training requirements.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led CompTIA Security+ meets the NEW DoD Directive 8140 requirements and the latest version (SY0-501). This course will provide official CompTIA Virtual Live Exam and Testing Certification. BTS works with clients to deliver appropriate material to become CompTIA Security+ certified. This Hands-On course meets DoD Directive 8570.1 requirements. This course Includes: Testing Voucher with Virtual Testing and Certification on Last Day CompTIA's Security+ is the premier vendor-neutral security certification and demonstrates your knowledge of security concepts, tools, and procedures. It confirms your ability to react to security incidents, and it validates your skill in anticipating security risks and guarding against them. In this course, you will learn to proactively implement sound security protocols to mitigate security risks, quickly respond to security issues, and retroactively identify where security breaches may have occurred. You will also learn to design a network, on-site or in the cloud, with security in mind. CompTIA's Security+ is the premier vendor-neutral security certification and is included in the approved list of certifications to meet DoD Directive 8570.1 requirements. This course uses Official CompTIA Approved Quality Content, which assures that all test objectives are covered in the training material. During class, you'll have access to: -Security+ student manual -Additional Security+ practice exam questions -Comprehension exercises, study digest, and quick reference card -Virtual Access to Official Testing Severs for Course-end Testing.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led course provides an accelerated version of the traditional GENBAND (formerly Stromberg-Carlson/Siemens) DCO® maintenance and troubleshooting course, this class is designed to jump-start students with little or no switching knowledge to a competency where they can perform first- tier card-level repair on virtually any of the main modules in the Digital Central Office DCO® switch. Techs with existing experience have subjects of most interest to them emphasized, such as processor interoperation, bus types, cabling, and cell structures. Different Line Switch types are discussed. Ancillary equipment such as SS7 links, recorder announcers, ringing generators, remotes, and billing are also explained, with attention applied to topics of most interest for a given class. Troubleshooting techniques are taught pro-actively, including Maintenance-window procedure. Students are also shown how to review suspect cards that are removed from the system, only sending out circuit cards that really require repair. Servicing of the MSDA tape drive is demonstrated, extending the life of this important card. Envisioned as a minimum 5 day course, the actual course length and content is flexible, and can be adjusted depending upon the needs of the class. In addition to supporting independent problem-solving skills, the course helps provide an excellent background for NOC and TAC interaction.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course provides extensive information on the design, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the Nortel DMS-10 switching system. Widely recognized as the world’s first all-digital switching system, the Nortel DMS-10 is one of the most popular digital switches ever produced, and still remains in widespread use today. The DMS-10 Switch Maintenance and Troubleshooting course presents a detailed description of the system, and provides the skills necessary to maintain and troubleshoot the switch and its related peripherals. General system architecture is discussed, with diagrams showing functional blocks, card level call processing, and all main modules including the NT3T98 CPU, clock, disk, TTY, and various peripherals connected to the DSDI and I/O bus extender interfaces. The switching Network is also discussed in detail, describing DS-30 “PELP” links, and the various types of line and trunk peripherals they connect. Specific peripherals for a given system can be emphasized as needed, such PE, CE, LCE, DTC, etc. Miscellaneous Equipment is also discussed, including connections to CCS7, announcement systems, etc. The DMS-10‘s command line interface, including System Level commands and menu Overlays are also demonstrated in detail. Many practical examples such a MO system images, line testing, trunk testing, and alarm interrogation are shown. Previous “core” faults are presented as exercises, where the students will determine the needed course of action. Their conclusions are then compared with the answers of what was actually done to correct these previous faults, providing an extremely effective learning method with zero impact to the network. Training may include any topic of particular interest to the student, or to a given region, and may also include optional subjects like translations and external alarming. Finally, the Helmsman documentation viewer and NTPs (Series 602) are covered in detail, with an emphasis on the documents used for maintenance, alarm clearing and card changing.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-led course provides the skills required to perform maintenance and a high-degree of troubleshooting, and will walk the student through a practical understanding of the Nortel DMS-100 switching system. It discusses the general system architecture used by all Digital Multiplex System switches, with functional block diagrams of the switch and its main modules, including the SN/XAC front-end, the Network, MS, CCS, IOD, and the various PM and LCM types for Lines and Trunks, plus RCU, RLCM, OPM, and GR-303-compliant remotes. MAP and RTIF terminal use are explained, plus remote access through serial TTY and telnet. MAP alarm & fault interpretation and interrogation are demonstrated, using data from the MAP and from logs, showing the student how to locate suspect cards within the system. The Helmsman documentation viewer and Nortel Technical Publications (NTPs) are also covered in detail, with an emphasis on documents used for maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. Previous troubles are reviewed and used as exercises, including LNS line and TRKS trunk maintenance, but also parts of the SuperNode/XA-Core front-end (SN) including the Computing Module (CM), Network (NET), Message Switch (MS), and CCS (SS7) modules. Peripheral Modules (PM), and modules of particular interest to the students are emphasized. Different network types (ENET, JNET) or different CM types (SN, XAC) are discussed per the needs of a given class. IOD maintenance is also discussed, including procedures to backup Program and Data stores, and a discussion of how hard disks, tape, and billing devices are connected to the system. Special topics like the Star Hub, Remote Concentrating Cluster (RCC), Subscriber Module Access (SMA2), Emergency Stand Alone (ESA), Remote Measurement Module (RMM), etc. can also be discussed per the needs of the class. Our non-intrusive exercises equip the student to conduct day-to-day maintenance activities and show how to perform troubleshooting procedures, including aspects of cabling and the backplane, which helps prepare them for higher-tier support interaction. The course is flexible, allowing the most important content for a particular group of students to be emphasized.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led course provides the skills required to perform maintenance and a high-degree of troubleshooting, and will walk the student through a practical understanding of the Nokia (formerly Siemens) EWSD® switching system and its various module options. It discusses the use of maintenance terminals such as the OMT, EAI, and SYPD, including the use of the Smart Commander®, and it’s BCT Boot, BMML, and Alarm Console programs, and also looks at system output messages such as Maintenance Message Numbers (MMN) and Fault Location Numbers (FLN). Several Electronic Document Delivery System (EDDS) books are reviewed, including the Trouble Locating Manual (TLM), Trouble Analysis Procedures (TAP), and Detailed Level Procedures (DLP). Key Books such as 0200, 0825, and 1088 are covered in detail. Previous types of troubles are reviewed and used as exercises, including line and trunk maintenance, but also parts of the Switching Network (SN), Line & Trunk Groups (LTG), Digital Line Unit (DLU), and DIU control modules. The IOP architecture is also included, with a discussion of how OMTs (terminals) are connected. Our non-intrusive exercises equip the student to conduct day to-day maintenance activities, perform troubleshooting procedures, including cabling and parts of the backplane, and much more. The course is flexible, allowing the most important content for a particular group of students to be emphasized.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course provides an extensive and accelerated maintenance course with updated, full-color block diagrams and frame images. The course was designed to jump-start students with little or no switching knowledge to a competency where they can perform Level-1 card-level repair on virtually any of the main modules in the GTD-5 switching system, including the ACDC, the APC/TPC complexes, the TCU (expanded & non-expanded versions), the MDC, NCU, and SSW, plus all subordinate devices within the BUNW such as the ACU, ALU & BLU lines, plus ATU, DCU and EDCU trunks. Ancillary equipment such as SS7 links, recorder announcers, ringing generators, and gateways such as those used for system remote-access equipment, the CPX, Extension Complex, billing, and remote switch monitoring are also discussed as needed. Troubleshooting techniques are taught pro-actively, including Maintenance-window procedures. Other modules are discussed per the needs of the class, such as the IOM, CMU, and remotes like the RSU, RLU, and MXU, plus the important role of GR-303 compliant RDT remotes in providing voice switching for customers served by optical or digital line networks. The FTU is emphasized, so that students have an appreciation of this critical module, and how line and trunk diagnostics operate. The GTD-5 User’s Guide is used extensively, allowing students to gain confidence in how the guide is presented, and how information can be found quickly. Other key documents are used as needed, like the Product Line Reference Guide (PLRG), Hardware Matrix Report (HDWM), and Cable Running List (CRL), which help show the parts of the system, and how they’re interconnected. Recent-Change can optionally be added to the course, to show the basics on adding lines, trunks, or interrogating switch settings (CONT PARA, EXAM LTT, etc.) plus an overview of FACTS, such as Digit Translation (PRIN DXLN), and call registers (PRIN PROT, PRIN UNPR). Non-intrusive exercises are provided to locate various modules and cards within the switch, with a large number of previous faults & solutions used to gain practical experience. Existing system faults can also be analyzed, with repair action determined by the class, and the analysis provided to the group responsible for repair, where results can later be compared to the recommended action.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course will focus on extensive hardware breakdown and overview of each systems Core Processor-IODU-C / System Controller layout and interface to trunking and stations. Peripheral overview includes dumb terminal connectivity and remote access programming and set up. Will also cover the initial system setup including creation of routes and Route List Index entries implementing North American Numbering Plan and on basic administration including digital and analog trunk and phone adds, moves, changes, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Also covering basic administration including mailbox creation, Application Builder, maintenance, and back-up as well integration to each perspective system and implementing back up for system recovery for each PBX type post defective hardware replacement scenario.
5 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course was designed for those new to local loop design, planning and engineering - whether in telecommunications, CATV engineers designing fiber or copper, traffic engineering, municipal engineering, public utilities or any other roles that require familiarity with standards and common practices in outside plant design for fiber and copper. This course begins with the basic concepts such as basic electricity, basic telephony, outside plant components and loop transmission. It steadily builds to more advanced concepts and skills, including feeder and distribution designs, digital loop carrier systems and fiber optics. Local loop facilities sometime referred to as "the last mile” are a critical and capital-intensive network component in delivering reliable and adequate telecommunications services to a local carrier's customers. The third day and the final day consist of copper and fiber design exercises that put to work the theories and practical parts of the course. Students will receive 4 fiber design cost models that they can use to examine fiber design alternatives. They will also have a chance to show the area they want to design in class so a design can be started for it. In today's competitive markets, local loop facilities that are cost-effective, reliable and capable of accommodating changing customer needs are key to your organization's success.
5 Day Course
This powerful 2-day extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led or On-Site course will cover, SONET technologies that will be examined in detail to create a solid technical foundation and understanding of these complex Technologies. The participants are led through applications, framing, protection switching and other key elements of the SONET architecture. Optical networks are a key component of the global telecommunications infrastructure. Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) have become the worldwide standard for the interface and multiplexing of user information to optical networks. SONET/SDH systems allow much greater network flexibility and management over existing optical systems. In this SONET/SDH Training course, you will learn both the technology and applications of SONET/SDH. We will review the SONET/SDH system components as well as the end-to-end SONET/SDH network design process. We will also discuss the essentials of SONET/SDH synchronization, control, network management, and practical deployment issues. In short, this course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to understand and deploy this important technology. SONET and SDH are the global standards for optical telecommunications transport; they define the transport infrastructure for telecommunications networks worldwide and we will also be taken a look at DWDM technologies as well.
2 Day Course
This extensive Virtual "Live" Instructor-Led course provides the absolute foundation needed for any CO (Central Office) Personnel that plans on going through an specific Switch training. Understanding new and existing switching equipment within a central office can be daunting. The CO Switching Fundamentals course was developed upon request to help techs with relatively little CO experience to become knowledgeable about various switching technologies found within a CO, how switches work, and how they connect with other network elements. Envisioned as a preparatory course for TDM Switching courses, this course can also be offered to prepare for Optical ROADM, MPLS, and/or IP telephony switching. The course starts with an overview of the PSTN, and the equipment found within almost any typical Central Office. Common terms and mnemonics are used extensively to help immerse students with the lingo, and learn the terminology quickly. Analog and digital signals are explained, including the differences between TDM and FDM, the ADC/DAC process, and PCM which are foundations for nearly all switching technology. Common digital and optical carrier standards are presented including DS1, DS3, OC-1, OC-3, STS-1, line coding, clear-channel signaling, etc. NPAs, LATAs and Rate Areas are defined, along with CLASS & SS7 network topologies. Important nodes like the SSP, STP, and SCP are explained, along with definitions of links, link sets, and route sets. The OSI model is presented, comparing layers for SS7 and Internet networks. Binary and Hexadecimal are then discussed, including MSB, LSB, and byte reversal. Exercises are used to reinforce Bin-Hex-Dec conversion, using register dumps from various switches as examples. The Time-Space-Time model is then presented in some detail, as it is the basis for any TDM switch. Multiplexing, switching, and sample phone calls through an SS7 network are shown, along with exercises to test retention of the key concepts. Switch external connections are then shown, including many types of equipment that a switch may directly connect to, or gather alarms from, including voice mail systems, recorder announcers, AMA links, ringing generators, operator services, and building alarms. SLC-96 and GR-303 integration is taught, and particularly the capabilities of GR-303 which is used extensively as a voice packet interface to the PSTN. A module on formal troubleshooting methodology is included, which presents several ways to investigate symptoms within a complex network, and how to investigate what resources are potentially available, and where to look for them. The course finishes with a module on typical telco operations, including NOC/SCC communication, support tiers, electro-static damage mitigation, reporting, escalation, and sample work checklists.
2 Day Course
This extensive Virtual Live Instructor-led course introduces the telecom professional to the data and networking environment. The growth of the information age is being driven by Internetworking. This course will cover the essentials of data and networking environments and their concepts, components, applications, and many acronyms will be examined in detail as the overall picture of these technologies are simplified. This course will provide practical Hands-On Set-Up, Configuration, Implementation and troubleshooting of these Basic and Complex Technologies.
3 Day Course
 

 

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