Understanding IMS and TISPAN

2 Day Course
Code PWL030

This course has been superseded by the IMS & SIP Technical Description course.

Modules

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Architecture and overview (6 topics)

  • Why & What is IMS (IP Multimedia subsystem)?
  • Market trends
  • "All IP" solutions
  • IMS in the mobile environment
  • IMS in the wireline environment
  • Operator versus Enterprise usage

Standardization (13 topics)

  • Sources
  • 3GPP(Release 5,6)
  • 3GPP2 (Multimedia Domain, MMD)
  • IETF
  • ETSI ¿½ TISPAN
  • IMS Standards overview (Release 5 vs. Release 6
  • IMS key components (X-CSCF, MG, MS, SIP-AS, HSS)
  • IMS key interfaces and interactions (ISC, Sh, Cx)
  • IMS User Identities
  • IMS Registration and Session Control
  • IMS Charging
  • IMS QoS Issues and relation to underlying access networks
  • IMS Security

Access to IMS (4 topics)

  • PLMN
  • WLAN
  • Wireline
  • Broadband

Nodes (10 topics)

  • P-CSCF
  • I-CSCF
  • S-CSCF
  • Databases: HSS & SLF
  • Application Servers (AS)
  • Border Gateways (BG)
  • Media Resource Function (MRF)
  • Breakout Gateway Control Function (BGCF)
  • Interworking
  • QoS

SIP in IMS (6 topics)

  • Session control
  • Servers & Proxies
  • Message format
  • SIP Transactions
  • Responses
  • Registrations

IMS Service provision principles and interfaces (4 topics)

  • General operation and interfaces
  • Service provisioning in the IMS (filter criteria vs. service identities)
  • Operation modes and example call flows
  • IMS Application Server options

Services (9 topics)

  • Multimedia (Voice, Video, Realtime media transport: RTP/RTCP)
  • Unified Messaging
  • Push-to-talk
  • Presence
  • Delivery of services
  • 3rd party service providers (VHE, OSA)
  • Creation of new services
  • IMS over IPv4 and IPv6
  • ENUM

Security in IMS (4 topics)

  • Access
  • Authentication
  • IPsec
  • Media authorization

AAA Protocols (4 topics)

  • DIAMETER
  • Billing (CDR creation)
  • COPS
  • Policy (PDP/PDF/PEP)

Products & Vendors on the market

Prerequisites

Delegates should have a good understanding of data networking and Voice over IP.

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course. If you are unsure please ask a training advisor .

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