Backhaul Architecture and Implementation Training

Backhaul Architecture and Implementation Training

Introduction:

Backhaul Architecture and Implementation Training Course Project-Based

This Backhaul Architecture and Implementation Training course will review the predominant protocols, their standards and operation. The underlying protocols, message formats and exchanges are what make the architectures work. This Backhaul Architecture and Implementation Training course will, optionally, include protocol analysis labs using the WireShark protocol analyzer depending on the length of the class and the customization and emphasis options chosen.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Backhaul Architecture and Implementation TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

Identify and differentiate all major mobile backhaul standards and protocols
Choose the right standards and protocols for specific tasks and applications
Implement Layer 2 standards
Understand the impact of various configuration options on Quality of Service and Quality of Experience

Course Content:

Standards and Protocols Introduction
◾A high level overview of the topic and the briefing

Standardization Landscape
◾Metro Ethernet Forum
◾IP / MPLS Forum

Metro Ethernet Forum MEF 22
◾MEF 22: Standardization Process
◾MEF 22: Overview
◾MEF Specifications for Mobile Backhaul
◾Generic Specification for Ethernet backhaul
◾Guidelines to Architecture, Equipment and RAN Operation
◾Standardized Toolset

MEF Terminology and Concepts
◾Network Elements
◾MEF Services
◾Ethernet Private Line Service
◾Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service
◾Ethernet Private LAN Service
◾Ethernet Virtual Private LAN service
◾Ethernet Private Tree Service
◾Ethernet Virtual Private Tree Service
◾Legacy RAN Mobile Backhaul Migration
◾Ethernet RAN Mobile Backhaul Migration

Challenges
◾2G Transport
◾Service Definition
◾Timing Delivery
◾Service Monitoring

UNI for TDM-based Base Stations
◾Generic Interworking Function (GIWF)
◾Adaptation
◾Interconnectiono
◾Any Combination of 2G/3G Legacy and Evolved-3G and 4G Voice and Data Traffic over a Single Carrier Ethernet RAN
◾Implementation Based on TDM Circuit Emulation Standards as Well as ATM/HDLC Pseudo-wire Standards
◾Services
◾Emulated Circuits
◾3G
◾CoS Configuration

Approach to Synchronization
◾Packet Based Methods (in scope Phase 1)
◾Synchronization Quality Requirements
◾The IA Is Agnostic to Specific Methods /Implementations
◾Synchronous Ethernet
◾Non-Ethernet Sync
◾Delivering Packet Synchronization

OAM in MBH Migration
◾Ethernet OAM
◾Provides Ethernet management
◾Features
◾Connectivity Fault Management
◾Performance Management
◾Link Management

Current Focus Areas
◾LTE
◾LTE and Requirements for Ethernet Services
◾Synchronization
◾Frequency Synchronization Requirements
◾Timing Methods
◾Resiliency
◾Performance Monitoring
◾Established Reference Model
◾Service Performance
◾MEF 22 Scope Comparison

IP/MPLS Forum 20.0.0
◾Reference Architectures
◾Centralized Mobile Networks
◾Flat Mobile Networks
◾Transport Network Layer Scenarios
◾Centralized Mobile Networks
◾Transport Network Layer Encapsulation
◾Flat Mobile Networks
◾L2VPN MPLS
◾L3VPN MPLS
◾IP Transport Network Layer
◾Generic Requirements for MPLS Backhaul Transport Network
◾Encapsulation Requirements
◾Network Signaling Requirements for PWs and LSPs
◾MPLS Network Signaling Requirements for VPLS and L3VPNs
◾Operations Administration and Maintenance (OAM)
◾Traffic Engineering and QoS Requirements
◾Protection
◾CSG and MASG Configuration
◾Multicast Requirements
◾Multi-Path Optimization
◾Security Requirements
◾Network Synchronization
◾Clock Distribution over MPLS Based Mobile Backhaul Networks

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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