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Course outline

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Contents

The purpose is to make the participants understand what the different protocols do and to have knowledge of other important functions such as routing and DNS. TCP/IP is a technology used in computers all over the world. This course will give you the fundamental TCP/IP knowledge in order to be able to attend other specific courses in areas such as routing-technology, VPN, realtime-IP, QoS and IT-security.

NOTE: This course is not delivered with the FoldOut methodology.

Who should attend?

The target audience is technical personnel who work with company- and carrier-networks or others who need technical knowledge in TCP/IP.

Prerequisites

The students are expected to have knowledge on how computer works and knowledge in LAN and WAN technology before attending this course, equivalent to our course Data Communications Fundamentals.

Course outline

Introduction

  • The Protocol architecture – What is a stack?
  • Different protocols in the same message
  • The Telecom vs the Datacom approach

Ethernet

  • Why does Ethernet exist?
  • CSMA (CA and CD)
  • Hubs vs switches
  • MAC addresses
  • LAN/WAN/PAN/GAN
  • ARP Protocol

The IP Protocol

  • The main IP functions of IP
  • Description of the IP header fields
  • Routers

Addressing

  • IPv4 address format
  • Network masks
  • Default gateways
  • Network part and local part of addresses
  • CIDR and slash-notation
  • Public and private IP addresses
  • Subnetting
  • IP address assignment, RIR and LIR
  • NAT/PAT

VLAN

  • The function of Virtual LAN
  • The 802.1q tag format
  • VLAN tables (ingress/egress)

ICMP

  • Functions of the ICMP protocol
  • Echo/echo reply (Ping)
  • Destination unreachable
  • Time exceeded
  • Traceroute

IPv6

  • IPv4 vs IPv6
  • IPv6 header format
  • SLAAC and DHCPv6
  • IP Routing
  • Static routing versus dynamic routing
  • Routing functions
  • Routers vs hubs and switches
  • Routing tables
  • Routing protocols
    • RIP
    • OSPF
    • BGP
  • Autonomous Systems (AS)

Multicast

  • The purpose of multicast
  • Multicast vs unicast and broadcast
  • IPv4 multicast addresses
  • IGMP
  • QoS in IP Networks
  • QoS technologies
  • Latency/Jitter/Throughput
  • DiffServ (DSCP)
  • MPLS
  • Ethernet 802.1p header
  • P.800 MOS values

Security

  • IP security methods
  • IPSEC
  • SSL/TLS, HTTPS
  • Intrusion detection
  • Encryption and digest authentication

IP in Mobile Networks

  • IP in 3G (GPRS) – PDP Contexts
  • IP in 4G (UMTS) – PDN Connections
  • IP in 5G – PDU Sessions

TCP, UDP and SCTP protocols

  • Ports and port numbers
  • Connection-oriented vs connectionless
  • Session establishment
  • Reliability
  • Sequence number / Acknowledge number
  • Retransmissions
  • Sessions and associations

Realtime traffic on an IP media

  • VoIP signalling
  • SIP
  • RTP and RTCP
  • RTSP

IP Applications

  • DNS
  • DHCP
  • E-mail, SMTP/POP/IMAP
  • FTP (file transfer)

Internet Access

  • What is the Internet?
  • ISPs
  • Internet Exchange – IX
  • The authorities of the Internet
  • Peering and Transit
  • International data transport
This course explains the basic functions in TCP/IP. The focus on this training is set on the protocols within the architecture TCP/IP.

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