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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
SNMP, MIBs, and RMON $74.95
IP Mobility $74.95
IPv6 $74.95
PSTN and VoIP Fundamentals $74.95
VoIP Technologies $74.95
VoIP Quality and Security $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


To identify the methods by which data is collected and distributed for network management and the form that those messages take

Learning Objectives
  • Network management overview - identify the key network management components and models.
  • SNMP architecture - identify the goals of SNMP architecture and how elements of the architecture express a solution to network management problems.
  • The structure of management information (SMI) - interpret syntax used to define information contained in a Management Information Base.
  • SNMP operation and message formats - identify the elements of the message types used to retrieve or alter MIB variables.
  • The Management Information Base - identify the key structural elements of the MIB.
  • The RMON MIB - differentiate between the features and functions of RMON and RMON2.
  • SNMP versions 2 and 3 - differentiate between SNMP versions.

IP Mobility

To differentiate between macromobility and micromobility protocols and between various micromobility protocols such as HAWAII and cellular IP

Learning Objectives
  • Enhancing Mobile IP - identify the drawbacks of Mobile IP with rapidly moving mobile nodes and the advantages of using micromobility protocols to support Mobile IP.
  • Hierarchial Mobile IP - identify the purpose of hierarchical IP and the processes involved in its operation.
  • TeleMIP - identify the mechanisms and processes that enable movement of mobile nodes efficiently within a visited IP domain using TeleMIP.
  • Differentiating between Hierarchical IP and TeleMIP - differentiate between Hierarchical Mobile IP and TeleMIP.
  • HAWAII - identify the methods used in HAWAII to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within visited IP domains.
  • Cellular IP - identify the methods used in Cellular IP to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within and between Cellular IP networks.
  • Edge Mobility Architecture (EMA) - match the processes and architectural components used to enable the movement of mobile nodes efficiently within and between visited IP domains using Edge Mobility Architecture.
  • Differentiating between HAWAII, Cellular IP, and EMA - differentiate between HAWAII, Cellular IP, and EMA.


To intoduce IPv6, explain its features, and discuss how it can be implemented

Learning Objectives
  • Introducing IPv6 - describe the shortcomings of IPv4 and how IPv6 addresses them.
  • Main features of IPv6 - describe the main features of IPv6, including header structure and extension headers.
  • Addressing architecture in IPv6 - describe IPv6 addresses, including unicast, multicast, and anycast addresses.
  • Understanding IPv6 - describe the features and advantages of IPv6 and implement IPv6 addressing architecture.
  • ICMPv6 - describe the main features of ICMPv6.
  • IPv6 routing - describe routing issues for IPv6 and examine RIP, OSPF, and BGP.
  • IPv6 security architecture - describe IPv6 security architecture and discuss authentication and encryption.
  • Autoconfiguration in IPv6 - describe stateless autoconfiguration in IPv6 and DHCPv6.
  • Mobile IPv6 - describe the differences between Mobile IPv4 and IPv6 and describe the home agent discovery mechanism and the advantages of Mobile IPv6.
  • IPv6 solutions - use IPv6 in a network environment.
  • Protocol layers and DNS extensions - describe the modifications necessary to protocol layers and DNS extensions in order to accommodate IPv6.
  • Transition to and implementation of IPv6 - describe various methods used for the transition to and implementation of IPv6.
  • Implementing IPv6 - control the transition to and implementation of IPv6.
  • ARP and Neighbor Discovery - describe the ARP and Neighbor Discovery protocols and explain how they improve on IPv4 protocols.

PSTN and VoIP Fundamentals

The history of telephony begins with the public switched telephone network (PSTN), which is the worldwide circuit-switched telephone network made up of public and private networks. Voice over IP (VoIP) is the latest telephone technology which is able to provide advanced services to both consumers and businesses, at a reduced cost. This course covers the history and operation of the PSTN and VoIP, and compares the two technologies. Basic signaling technologies used in the PSTN are also described. In addition, this course explores the expansion of VoIP in both the immediate future and in the coming years.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the fundamentals of the PSTN
  • Recognize the components of the PSTN
  • Distinguish between circuit-switched and packet-switched networks
  • Recognize how a PBX operates
  • Distinguish between PSTN signaling methods
  • Recognize how the PSTN operates
  • Recognize key similarities and differences between the PSTN and VoIP
  • Recognize key considerations when integrating legacy PBX applications and IP PBX systems
  • Recognize key aspects in the evolution of VoIP
  • Recognize the possible future developments of VoIP
  • Recognize the challenges facing the widespread adoption of VoIP
  • Recognize the development and future trends of VoIP

VoIP Technologies

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

VoIP Quality and Security

With the proliferation of VoIP in both the home and business environments, concerns such as quality of service and security are being given more attention. This course describes some of the major quality issues, such as delay and jitter, as well as security issues like confidentiality and spoofing, and discusses ways in which to address these concerns.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize common VoIP QoS issues and their solutions
  • Recognize network architecture and protocol solutions to VoIP QoS issues
  • Recognize the compression techniques used in VoIP
  • Recognize how to solve VoIP quality issues
  • Recognize security threats and security technologies
  • Recognize how to secure VoIP networks and devices
  • Recognize key elements in planning a security policy for a VoIP environment
  • Recognize how to secure a VoIP network
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Introduction to Voice over IP e-learning bundle
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