NEBP421: Advanced Network Services
|Description:||Converged network technologies for voice, video and data with emphasis on application layer VoIP protocols (H.323 and SIP); Media gateway controller protocols (MGCP) and the transport of VoIP, and RTP/RTCP; Further topics include:- quality of service (QoS) issues and dimensioning a VoIP network, MPLS, design of VoIP networks, and voice compression standards (G.721, G.729). (Prerequisite: NEBP310)|
|Text Book: ||Carrier Grade Voice over IP by Daniel Collins, McGraw-Hill Professional, 2nd Edition.|
|Coordinator: ||Najah Abu Ali|
|Topics Outline: |
- Review of background material on IP, TCP, UDP, Routing
- Classical Telephony Vs VOIP
- Voice Compression techniques
- VoIP technologies: SIP, H. 323 and MGCP
- Network QoS Techniques for VOIP
- VoIP deployment & VoIP Architectures
- Explain converged network architecture, and voice over IP technologies.
- Design VoIP based solutions using different network technologies.
- Evaluate the performance of a VoIP network.
- Identify the benefits and risks of deploying VoIP solutions.
- Analyze quality of service requirements for VoIP applications.
- Discuss VoIP related protocols such as SIP, MGCP, H.323, and voice compression standards.
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|Pre-requisite||NEBP310: Network Protocols|