Core Telecom Network System Training

This training program will cover the structure and operation of the public switched telephone network and you have built a solid understanding of the fundamentals of the wireline telephone system: customer office and central office, subscriber loops, tx trunks, remotes, circuit switching, and how a telephone call is connected end-to-end. In core telecom network system training, we cover telecom fundamentals like multiplexing, modems, and pulses; and network fundamentals like ip packets and ethernet switches. A basic understanding of ip addresses and packets and what routers do is a key to modern telecommunications knowledge. You will also get to know dhcp, static and dynamic addresses, private and public addresses, and network address translation. This course also covers the network architecture protocol stack and various forms of the transmission network. We'll cover ip-mpls concepts, understanding how ip-mpls is used as an ip packet traffic management system for enterprise systems, to implement class of service quality guarantees and business communication for clients called enterprise mpls vpns.

Learning Objectives:

  • The PSTN
  • Wireless Telecommunications
  • OSI Layers and Protocol Stacks
  • LANs, VLANs, Wireless and Optical Ethernet
  • IP Addresses, Packets and Routers
  • MPLS and Carrier Networks