On-line: TCP/IP in the Mobile World
- Training method:
- 2 days equivalent
- Guide price:
- € 1210 (excl. VAT)
On-line: TCP/IP in the Mobile World Training Course Overview
The on-line TCP/IP in the Mobile World course provides training in TCP/IP architecture and IP-based networks (e.g. Internet). The course is an on-line course enabling it to be undertaken anywhere that access toth e Internet can be gained.
The TCP/IP in the Mobile World course focusses on the use of TCP/IP in mobile networks. The course describes IP, Internet Protocol transport used in the access networks (UMA/GAN and eUTRAN) as well as in the core network (split architecture, IMS and EPC).
The course also covers protocols and mechanisms used in a TCP/IP network. These include aspects such as DNS, DHCP and RADIUS. The on-line training course also outlines different aspect of voice and multimedia transmission using Voice over IP and multimedia over IP services. These have a focus on SIP-based solutions.
This TCP/IP in the Mobile World training course has been developed for telecommunications professionals working with project and product management, system engineering, hardware and software development, testing and verification, network planning and operations engineering. As a result it is suitable for most people involved or about to become involved in this area of technology.
General mobile networks architecture
Introduction the access and core network elements of wireless networks and their respective functions
Comparison of Packet Switched, PS and Circuit Switched, CS networks
Internet Protocol, IP
IP address structures for IPv4 and the new IPv6
IP routing principles and routing tables
Comparison of IPv4 and IPv6 functionalities with reasons for the migration from v4 to v6.
Transport Protocols: TCP, SCTP and UDP
Functions of transport protocols and usage of port numbers
UDP, TCP and SCTP protocols – comparison of their functionalities
Functionalities of IP-based applications for remote access handling: DHCP, RADIUS, DNS, NAT
Services provided by Internet Service Providers focussing on mobile networks
IP-based application providing user services: email, web browsing, ftp, VoIP, multimedia
Multimedia over IP (including VoIP)
Network architectures to provide real-time multimedia services (including VoIP)
SIP, SDP, RTP and RTCP protocols – functions and usage that enable end-to-end multimedia sessions
Interworking between SIP-based networks and the PSTN/ISDN networks
IP in Mobile Networks
Remote access and login procedures for mobile users: PDP Context Activation traffic case
Modifications of existing IP protocols to adapt to mobile-access users: http*, TCP*
Quality of Service, QoS
Definition of QoS in the context of IP-based networks with mobile access
QoS provisioning using Intserv, Diffserv and MPLS methods
Security requirements faced by modern telecom networks
Overview of security algorithms and keys providing encryption and electronic signatures
IPsec as a method to ensure security for IP networks, with presentation of IPsec elements: Security Association, IKE protocol, Certification Authority
IP transport in wireless-access networks
Main characteristics and benefits of IP-based access technologies: UTRAN, eUTRAN (LTE), UMA (GAN)
Evolution and its benefits for IP-based core network technologies: classic GPRS backbone, split architecture, EPC (SAE)
IMS as an IP-based control plane for service access
To ensure that the best use can be made of the On-line: TCP/IP in the Mobile World Training course, it is recommended that the attendee has a general knowledge about mobile networks and the basic networking concepts.
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