Introduction to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) within Next-Generation (NG) Carrier Networks for Communications Technicians

Geoff Myers

Category: VoIP

Length: 24 hours

Prerequisite: None

Description:

Internet Protocol (IP)-based technologies such as VoIP and SIP are transforming the legacy TDM networks. Moving to IP provides carriers with flexibility, network infrastructure convergence, increased capacity, lower costs, and easier integration of future applications. So, today’s communications technicians must have a thorough understanding of VoIP and SIP and how carriers are using them to upgrade and replace their existing systems. This course provides technicians with an in-depth technical study of VoIP and SIP, how they operate, and what services they offer. Wireshark ladder diagrams and sample traces are used throughout.

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