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Course Code: TY2702
This 3-day course reviews traditional approaches to transport services such as SDH and WDM and also discusses in detail alternative approaches including Carrier Ethernet and Pseudo Wire services that may be deployed in backhaul and core network applications.
Transmission and network engineers who require an insight into modern digital transmission techniques used within fixed and mobile telecommunications networks.
A good knowledge of fixed or mobile network transmission and switching architecture, services and applications and some knowledge of packet-switched networks and IP routing protocols.
Introduction to transport networks
Layer 2 virtual circuits – MPLS
MPLS based VPNs
MEF terminology for Carrier Ethernet Services
Provider Bridge networks and Ethernet label-switching
PBB service multiplexing
Ethernet OAM – Connection Fault and Performance Management
SDH Transport Networks
SDH Multiplexing Structure and Protection Mechanisms
Next Generation SDH review
Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM)
The Optical Transport Network, principles, multiplexing structures and operation
MPLS in optical Networks, GMPLS and ASON
Pseudo Wire (PW) principles, encapsulation and the control word
Pseudo Wire types, IETF MPLS and TDM based PWs
MPLS VLAN-to-VLAN and VPLS service examples