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As the wireless industry transitions to 3G and 4G wireless networks supporting higher rate packet data services, a solid understanding of IP networking is essential. IP is to data transfer as a dial tone is to a wireline telephone. A fundamental knowledge of IPv4 and IPv6 networking along with use of VLANs is a must for all wireless professionals. Starting with an introduction to IP networking services such as the web, email and VPN to illustrate the value and ubiquity of IP networks, the course then describes the IP network architecture, the functions provided by various components and the role of key protocols. This course provides an introduction to IPv6 features, its interworking with IPv4, and techniques to migrate to IPv6 and concludes with a discussion of how GPRS/UMTS/LTE and 1x/1xEV networks take advantage of IP networks when providing mobile web access.
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After completing this course, the student will be able to:• List the applications that use IP networks• Sketch the Internet architecture• Distinguish between Internet, intranet, extranet and IP networks• List the key characteristics of IP networks and different types of IP addresses• Identify the limitations of IPv4, and key features and benefits of IPv6• Name the key protocols used in IP networks• Explain how IP packets are routed from point A to point B• Describe security in IP networks• Describe the use of IP networking in 3G/4G wireless networks
This course is intended for those seeking an introduction to IP Networking and how it is used in wireless networks.
Suggested Follow-up Training/Complementary Courses
• Wireless Internet - From IP to EDGE and UMTS/HSPA+ (Instructor Led)
Average 3 hours
1. Applications in IP Networks1.1. Email1.2. Web browsing1.3. IP telephony1.4. Internet, Intranet, Extranet1.5. VPN1.6. Value of using IP2. IP Network Architecture2.1. Architecture of the Internet2.2. WANs, MANs, LANs and VLANs2.3. Functions of IP router2.4. IP protocol layers3. Key Characteristics of IP3.1. IP addressing3.2. Different versions of IP3.3. Limitations of IPv43.4. Key features and benefits of IPv63.5. Migrating from IPv4 to IPv64. IP Networking Protocols and Their Roles4.1. DHCP, DNS, ARP, PPP4.2. RIP, OSPF, BGP4.3. Domain Name System (DNS)4.4. IP forwarding4.5. TCP and UDP5. Internet Security5.1. Security threats5.2. Key security technologies: IPSec, SSL5.3. Examples of applications6. Wireless IP Networks6.1. IP networks with mobile wireless access6.2. Architecture of 1x and GPRS/UMTS/LTE6.3. End-to-end scenario7. SummaryPut It All TogetherAssess the knowledge of the participant based on the objectives of the course