Designing a Voice over IP Solution

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To outline the methodologies used to create Voice over IP applications and the effect of this on existing voice and data services

Target Audience

Telecommunications professionals wishing to learn the fundamentals of transporting voice over IP networks; data networking professionals wishing to enhance their skills in this area

Prerequisites

An understanding of basic telephony concepts or internetworking with TCP/IP

Expected Duration

300 min.

Course Objectives

Designing a Voice over IP Solution

  • identify the hardware required to implement Voice over IP solutions.
  • describe the topologies used in the deployment of Voice over IP networks.
  • describe the network infrastructure and architectures for Voice over IP implementation.
  • describe how to build an effective business case for VoIP.
  • evaluate how upgrading for convergence impacts on a small to medium-sized businesses.
  • describe the role of voice transport protocols in IP networks.
  • identify the constituents and functions of the H.323 protocol suite.
  • identify the constituents and functions of the SIP protocol suite.
  • identify the components of the MGCP and Megaco gateway protocols and their function in a voice network.
  • compare SIP and H.323.
  • compare the functions of VoIP protocols.
  • describe voice quality and the factors that affect the quality of service in Voice over IP networks.
  • describe the QoS mechanisms used to promote voice quality on IP networks.
  • identify QoS problems and their appropriate solutions.
  • discuss the factors that affect the performance of voice applications on IP networks.
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