Internet Protocol (IP) and Ethernet in Today’s Carrier Networks

Geoff Myers

Category: Carrier-Based Networking

Length: 16 hours

Prerequisite: None


Now that carrier-class telecommunications has evolved into Internet Protocol (IP), technicians need a thorough understanding of network architecture, the OSI Networking Model, switched Ethernet, metro Ethernet, MPLS, backhaul, gateways, Session Border Controllers, and Session Initiation Protocol, and how they impact next-generation networks. This course provides an understanding of IP/Ethernet-based technologies deployed in today’s carrier networks, backhaul portions of the wireless carriers, and evolving next-generation networks.

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