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This seminar presents an overview of the main protocols, the standardization, the voice quality and bandwith, the migration, the performance and the security of voip technologies, and introduces you to the major components of voice over IP networks. On all these topics, the main solutions are detailed and illustrated with case studies.
After Engineering studies in France and in the US, he worked on telecommunications engineering projects in France, US and Chile. He served as CTO for OpenPattern a french telecommunications company developing an OpenHardware FPGA-based router-board. He is currently working for a Linux-based VoIP company managing the development of the XiVO IPBX OpenHardware appliance. He is the author of numerous telecommunications books among them a reference book about PowerLineCommunications.
- Main categories of data networks: computers, telecommunications and cable carriers. Equipments.
- SONET and SDH. WDM and DWDM techniques. Wavelength switching and burst switching.
- Ethernet frames. ATM architecture and exploitation. PPP frames and links for Internet. Switching techniques.
- IP architectures. Routers and layer functionnalities.
- Routing principles. IP controling and signaling.
- Label switching techniques. MPLS standard.
- Distribution. Quality of Service. GMPLS extensions.
- Toward very high bandwidth. Optical technologies.
- Solutions from the cable carriers. xDSL techniques.
- Local loop. WiFi and WiMax. 3G.
- Optical fiber to the business, to the CPE.
- Voice (VoDSL) and television (TVoDSL).
■ Physical-level architectures
■ Link layer architectures
■ Packet-level architectures
■ Link/packet layer architectures
■ Local loop
- Wireless networks typologies: PAN, WLAN, WMAN, WRAN. Hot-spot, handover, roaming.
- GSM. GPRS. 3G (UMTS, W-CDMA and CDMA-2000) and different flavors HSPDA, HSUPA. 4G. RFID tags.
- Bluetooth 3.0 new products.
- 802.11, WiFi products and WLAN. WiMAX.
- QoS. Geolocalization techniques.
■ Cellular networks
■ Wireless network technologies
- Principles. Cabling: Supports (UTP, STP, Optical Fiber, Wireless), topologies (rings, tree, star, cell).
- Evolution of the medium access methods: ISO 8802.3 (CSMA/CD), ISO 8802.5 (Token ring). Standardisation.
- Different solutions among the Ethernet family.
- Protocols in the 802 family, management of the QoS.
- Virtual networks VLAN and their implementations.
- Tools for interconnecting networks. Switching.
- Overlays networks, CDN and P2P.
- Data filtering. Security and management.
- VPN-IP- IPsec and VPN-IP-MPLS environments.
■ LAN Technologies
■ Standardisation and evolutions of the LANs
■ Local Ethernet networks
■ Virtual private networks
- Quality of Service, control and managment.
- Signalling. Convergence. Robustness.
- Voice/Data/Video integration. Interconnecting sites.
- Virtual private networks (VPNs).
- Internet boom. ISP networks architectures.
- IP VPNs, IPSec VPNs. VPLS solutions.
- ATM and Frame Relays.
- Voice/Data integration. Quality of Service.
- Label switching and MPLS architecture.
- Quality of service ; MPLS-DiffServ ; VPN-MPLS.
- COPS protocol (Commong Open Policy Service).
- SLAs (Service Level Agreements).
- PIBs (Policy Information Bases).
■ Internet solutions
■ Frame Relay and ATM networks
■ MPLS architecture
■ Policy-based architecture
- Goals. Fundamental principles of Internet.
- TCP/IP and UDP/IP global architecture.
- IPv4 protocol. IPv6 protocol. ICMP, the control protocol.
- Diff-Serv and Int-Serv. RSVP. IP multicast. IP VPN.
- The basic applications: FTP, mail, Web...
- Corporate multimedia. Voice over IP. Distributed video.
■ Internet-based environments
■ Applications layer
- From voice encoding to data transport. IETF standards.QoS. VoIP applications and products.
- Encoding and compression techniques (MPEG and wavelets). IPTV performances.
■ Voice over IP or VoIP
■ Video over IP, Video-on-demand (VoD) and IPTV
- ISO proposals for network managment model.
- SNMP protocol: features, proxies, MIB.
- Main attacks: Viruses, Worms and DDoS.
- Solutions: Firewall, authentication (MD5, RSA), IPSEC ...
- The future of Internet and Mobility. Smart networks: adapting to the user demands. Autonomic networks.