LTE Core Network Training

LTE Core Network Training


LTE Core Network Training Course In Depth

This LTE Core Network Training course will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the development, design, and capabilities of SAE. The LTE Core Network Training course will begin with a review of UMTS and HSPA evolution and the architecture of LTE/SAE. An in-depth study of the SAE core entities and their functionality, the interfaces and the protocols used over those interfaces follows. Signaling and NAS procedures, interworking scenarios, and services are described. The focus of the LTE Core Network Training course then shifts to transport options for the deployment of LTE/SAE as a next generation network infrastructure. Carrier-class MPLS is described in detail. The course finishes by examining transport options for access, backhaul and core network.

LTE is a fourth generation mobile communication technology standardized by the 3GPP which enables support for broadband connectivity to mobile devices, permitting the delivery of demanding multimedia information to any device, anywhere, anytime. In support of this, changes to the core network are also defined as System Architecture Evolution (SAE), providing an all-IP bearer platform for delivery of services.

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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.

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Duration: 5 days


◾Describe the architectural structure of SAE and entity functionality
◾State the protocols used over the EPC interfaces
◾Describe procedures and signaling for bearer setup and release
◾Describe the relationship between EPC and IMS service delivery
◾Consider migration to SAE within your network
◾Describe carrier-class MPLS operations
◾Consider which transport options are valid within your network

Course Content:

Review of the 3GPP UMTS and HSPA Evolution
◾UMTS architectural components
◾Migration to all-IP packet mode
◾The LTE approach

LTE Access Network
◾Evolved NodeB (eNodeB)
◾Interfaces: X2, S1
◾Implementation of the interfaces
◾Backhaul options

LTE Core Network
◾Why change the UMTS core?
◾Major change items
◾EPC entities and functionality
◾Mobility management entity
◾Serving gateway
◾Packet data network gateway
◾Home Subscriber Server (HSS)
◾Bearers and signaling
◾Protocol stacks
◾Additional interfaces and entities for interworking

IP Multimedia System (IMS)
◾IMS structure
◾IMS components and functionality
◾Public and private identities
◾Session control
◾QoS and policy control
◾Example session procedures

EPC Interfaces, Protocols and Signaling
◾S-series interfaces defined by 3GPP
◾S1-U interface and protocol stack
◾S1AP interface and protocol stack
◾S1AP services and functions
◾S1AP procedures
◾Bearer management
◾Context management
◾Handover signaling
◾GTPv2-C protocol stack
◾GTPv2-C format and message structure
◾Path management
◾Tunnel management
◾Mobility management
◾Where and how other S-series interfaces are used

Protocols used over other S-series interfaces
◾Diameter, GRE, PMIP

Non-Access Stratum Signaling
◾NAS states and transitions
◾NAS security
◾Integrity protection
◾NAS protocols
◾Evolved Mobility Management (EMM) signaling
◾Evolved Session Management (ESM) signaling
◾ESM, EMM Procedure examples

Interworking Features of SAE
◾Interworking with UMTS and earlier 3GPP networks
◾Interworking with WLANs
◾Interworking with trusted non-3GPP networks (CDMA)
◾Signaling message flows for interworking scenarios
◾Handling voice

◾The role of OMA
◾The role of CAMEL

NGN Transport Architecture
◾Components of NGN transport
◾Pre-NGN services
◾New services
◾OSI layering

◾MPLS: What it is, its benefits, and where to use it
◾Layer 2 switching vs Layer 3 routing
◾Terminology, components, label distribution
◾Label switched paths: Establishment, operation, tunneling
◾Label distribution methods
◾Label assignment methods: Independent, ordered
◾Impact of different label retention methods
◾Carrier-class MPLS
◾Traffic protection

Physical Medium Technologies for NGN Transport
◾Ethernet, Carrier grade Ethernet: Metro Ethernet
◾Fiber to the premises

SDH and Next Generation SDH
◾Review of SONET and SDH
◾Can existing SDH be used in NGN transport?
◾Virtual concatenation
◾Circuit Emulation Services

Fiber Transport
◾NGN requirements
◾Transmitters and receivers
◾Wavelength considerations
◾FTTx options
◾Transition to Ethernet-based systems
◾IEEE 802.3
◾Optical Ethernet options
◾Gigabit, 10G and 100G Ethernet
◾IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, Q-in-Q, MAC-in-MAC
◾Aggregation and protection options

Pseudo Wire Emulation
◾Traditional carrier services
◾Carrier services across an NGN
◾PWE3 structure and requirements
◾Encapsulation methods:
◾FR, PPP, ATM, Ethernet over MPLS
◾Examples of PWE3 emulation

◾Course recap and Q/A

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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