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Course Code: MB1401
This course provides an understanding of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Session Description Protocol (SDP) and the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) and their roles in establishing multimedia communications over an IP-based network. It also provides a detailed understanding of SIP architectures and identifies the roles and functions of a variety of SIP server types.
Those requiring a detailed understanding of the operation of the SIP and related protocols.
A basic understanding of IP, UDP and TCP is an advantage.
The role of SIP, SDP and RTP in multimedia communications
Locating users in a SIP environment
SIP requests and responses
SIP user agents, dialogues and transactions
SIP architecture, operation and procedures
SIP URIs and Tel URIs
Analysis of SIP registration and session control
Analysis of SIP and SDP messages and header fields
Request and response routing techniques
Route and record route headers
The roles and functions of SIP Servers: Proxy, Redirect, B2BUA and Forking
SDP offer/answer model
SIP-I and interworking with the PSTN
Registration and session establishment
Case studies using Wireshark analysis