This course focuses on theoretical and practical principles of Real-Time Media over
Internet Protocol coupled with SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Although the course
is intended to be generic, examples of VoIP networks are highlighted utilising Cisco
products and other vendor software and hardware.
A basic understanding of Data Networking and Internet Protocol
To provide delegates with a fundamental understanding of how Real-Time Media is
delivered using packet switched IP Networks and SIP (Session Initiation Protocol).
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Understand how VoIP and it’s associated protocols fit in with the existing
networking protocol models.
Be able to explain the reasons for the use of VoIP.
Describe the potential benefits of VoIP
Understand voice quality issues associated with VoIP
State the additional protocols that make VoIP possible
Understand the differences between H.323 and SIP
Understand Quality of Service (QoS) and what it means
Appreciate how IP Multicasting plays a part in Real-time media delivery
Understand the differences between Circuit Switches and Packet Switched
Configure a simple VoIP application on a windows PC and make Phone Calls
Set up a SIP Server for registration of Client Devices
Configure a SIP Converter or SIP Phone
Configure a SIP Server / IP PBX at multiple sites and make calls across a
Configure and test basic QoS parameters and Test Voice Quality