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Course Code: IP2300
This course delivers a detailed overview of Internet Protocol networks. Delivering an understanding of Engineering techniques, as well as applications, protocols and switching methods, it enables delegates to work confidently in the IP environment. Other topics explored include QoS, security, VPNS and Multimedia over IP.
Those needing to understand how IP networks are designed and implemented.
Some knowledge or experience of packet-switched data network operation and Internet technology is beneficial.
Background to the Internet and ISPs
The Data Link, IP, Transport and Application layers
The Domain Name System (DNS)
Introduction to MPLS
E-mail services and web hosting
Service Provider Network architectures
Routing in IP networks
Overview of OSPF and BGP4
IP QoS technologies
IP multimedia services