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There are a variety of technologies required to make VoIP work. Standards, protocols, and devices all need to be voice capable and, in many instances, compatible with both third-party devices and the PSTN. Along with a review of the TCP/IP protocol and basic routing, this course covers such VoIP elements as analog and digital interfaces; numbering and dial plans; gateways and gatekeepers; and the various protocols used in VoIP operation.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the function of each layer in the OSI reference model
  • Recognize the basics of IP addressing
  • Distinguish between TCP and UDP usage in VoIP networks
  • Recognize the basics of the routing process
  • Recognize the main components of a VoIP network and their functions
  • Recognize key factors in VoIP enterprise implementation
  • Recognize the functions of VoIP gateways
  • Recognize the functions of VoIP gatekeepers
  • Recognize the numbering used in the North American Numbering Plan
  • Recognize the numbering used in the international public numbering plan
  • Recognize how the UCI and PUA work
  • Recognize how routing operates in a VoIP network
  • Recognize how VoIP is deployed in an enterprise
  • Recognize the operation of the UCI and PUA
  • Recognize the basic operation of an H.323 network
  • Recognize the basic operation of SIP
  • Recognize the basic operation of MGCP
  • Recognize the basic operation of MEGACO
  • Recognize the basic functionality of the H.323 network
  • Recognize the basic functionality of SIP
  • Recognize the basic functionality of MGCP
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VoIP Technologies Online course
  • Course ID:
    202824
  • Duration:
    180 minutes
  • Price:
    $75