The Quality of Service (QoS) in Packet-Switched Networks course illustrates how to properly evaluate the Quality of Service in packet-switched networks depending on the different services supported. This training describes first of all the IP, Ethernet, and ATM peculiarities, then the best solutions and strategies to ensure the required QoS, with particular reference to MPLS technology.
In three days you will acquire the skills and hands-on experience needed to work with QoS in Packet-Switched Networks.
This training includes the following topics:
- Statistical Multiplexing
- Congestion control
- QoS over IP
- Differentiated Services (DiffServ)
- TOS, DSCP, Per-Hop Behavior
- MPLS architecture
- MPLS signalling (LDP, RSVP-TE)
- QoS Priority and Traffic Engineering
- VLAN 802.1p (Priority bits)
- PIR, CIR, EIR for Frame Relay and Ethernet
- ATM Network, cell switching, and adaptation layers
- QoS ATM traffic parameters (PCR, SCR, MCR, MBS)
- CBR, VBR, ABR, UBR service categories
- Packet QoS for real-time services
- Planning and design
- QoS measurement
The Quality of Service in Packet-Switched Networks course is designed for technical and sales personnel who has to make technological choices or propose network solutions to ensure a suitable quality for the requested service.
Before attending this training, the student should have a basic understanding of local and wide-area networks.