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Course Code: IP2001
Covering Voice over IP (VoIP) services in fixed and mobile, Next Generation Networks (NGNs) and all IP-based networks, the course also includes VoIP concepts, supporting architectures, interworking with circuit-switched networks together with QoS issues.
Those requiring an overview of how voice may be integrated into IP networks.
Familiarity with IP and intranet operation is beneficial. This can be obtained from attendance on the TCP/IP (QS2501) course.
Supporting VoIP in fixed and mobile NGNs
Protocols for VoIP
Voice quality, quality measurements and quality reports
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Session Description Protocol (SDP)
SIP Peer-to-Peer operation
User Agent clients and servers
Registrar, Proxy and Redirect Servers
Back-to-Back User Agents
SIP Requests, Responses and Header analysis
Demonstrations with analysis of Registration/Authentication and VoIP session-handling procedures
ENUM, NAT, STUN and TURN
Includes practical demonstrations.