Introduction to VoIP
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This course has been designed to provide non-technical delegates with knowledge of the fundamental principles of Voice over Internet Protocol. IEEE standard H.323 and the Open Standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) are described and compared. The business benefits of VoIP are also described.
At the end of this class, participants will be able to:
- Understand the reasons for the development of voice over data networks
- Have an appreciation of factors affecting voice quality
- Understand the IETF protocols developed to allow real-time media of data networks
- Determine the function of the real-time protocols and how they fit into the existing network models
- Understand the elements and function of the ITU-T H.323 umbrella protocol
- Understand the basic functions of the IETF Session Initiation Protocol and compare it's operation to that of H.323
- Understand the importance of Quality of Service (QoS) in Data Networks deploying VoIP
- List the benefits associated with VoIP deployment
Delegates will examine: (7 topics)
- Introduction to Voice over Internet Protocol.
- Voice Quality Issues.
- H.323 and Network Elements.
- SIP - Session Initiation Protocol.
- QoS - Quality of Service.
- VoIP Benefits.
There are no prerequisites, however an understanding of basic networking is advantageous.
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