Price 2590 + VAT
DURATION 2 Days

Course Overview

In this seminar you will learn the advantages of the Session Initiation Protocol. You will learn How IP telephony is utilized SIP based networks; review the typology, architecture, protocols, and special applications. We will further discuss the SIP based telephony markets, various products, infrastructure and services. During the seminar we shall have practical sessions of analyzing SIP and SDP Captures.

Who should attend?

Professional people in thecommunication and IT, Engineers, software developer, Technical support, fieldengineers.

Prerequisite:

Basic knowledge of:

  • IP Networks
  • Basic telephony

Course Outline:

1. SIP Protocol structure

  • SIP Timers for reliability
  • Forking Methods
  • Provisional Response Acknowledge method
  • PRACK and COMET Methods
  • Call-flow Examples

2. Session Description Protocol

  • SDP Main tasks
  • SDP Messages
  • Mandatory fields and optional fields3. SIP based Softswitch and Class 5 services

3. SIP based Softswitch and Class 5 services

  • REFER: Call Transfer using REFER
  • SIP new methods: Subscribe and Notify
  • Softswitch as application platform
  • Supplementary Services: Call Park, Forward
  • Presence and Instant Messaging

4. SIP based Softswitch Demo- Part 1

  • IP Phone and Softphone setting
  • QoS setting
  • Authentication: User ID and PW
  • Registration process

5. SIP Interworking

  • SS7 and IP converged architecture
  • SCTP- Stream Control Transmission Protocol
  • Sigtran 
  • SIP-I and SIP-T
  • Megaco and SIP
  • Encapsulation and Mapping methods

6. Signaling Gateway

  • Signaling Gateway-logical view
  • Signaling GW profile and architecture
  • Associated and Quasi-Associated modes SGW layers and Protocols
  • Redundancy

 

7. SIP Applications

  • Media server and Application server
  • Application platform
  • SIP Based Voicemail
  • Unified messaging

8. SIP based Softswitch Demo- Part 2

  • SIP Conference- secured and non-secured
  • Video sessions
  • Dual Mode Phone- GSM and IP

9. SIP and Security challenges

  • Stateful and Stateless Session Controller
  • Potential Threats and solutions
  • NAT Traversal 
  • Lawful Interception

10. Practical Session – How to test SIP based networks

  • What is needed to be tested?
  • Testing topology
  • Generating predictive environment for testing
  • QoS-Objective measurement methods 

11. Practical Session- SIP Captures Analysis

  • Registration process
  • Call setup
  • SDP Analysis

12. Practical Session- SIGTRAN Captures Analysis 

  • SCTP
  • M2UA
  • M3UA

13. Summary

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