MGCP Training | Media Gateway Control Protocol Training

MGCP Training | Media Gateway Control Protocol

Introduction:

MGCP Training | Media Gateway Control Protocol Training with labs

The 2-day MGCP Training | Media Gateway Control Protocol Training course: “(MGCP) Fundamentals” provides in-depth coverage of VoIP and MGCP. Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) is a protocol used for controlling Voice over IP (VoIP) Gateways from external call control elements. MGCP is the emerging protocol that is receiving wide interest from both the voice and data industries. MGCP and Megaco / H.248 are control protocols designed to be used between a Media Gateway Controller (MGC) or call agent and a media gateway (MG).

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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.

MGCP Training | Media Gateway Control ProtocolRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days

Objectives:

◾Explain the basics of MGCP
◾Review of Session Description Protocol (SDP)
◾Explore MGCP Commands
◾Explore MGCP Messages and Parameters
◾Understand differences and similarities between MGCP and Megaco/H.248

Course Content:

Introduction to VoIP
◾Carrier Grade VoIP Network Architecture
◾VoIP Protocols
◾VoIP Protocol Stack
◾RTP/RTCP
◾323
◾Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
◾Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
◾Megaco/H.248
◾SIGTRAN
◾Session Description Protocol (SDP)

MGCP
◾Connections between endpoints
◾Central Office Switches, Gateways, Network Access Servers, Cable Modems, PBXs
◾Media Gateways (MGs)
◾Media Gateway Controllers (MGCs)
◾MGCP vs. SIP and Megaco/H.248
◾MGCP and Convergence
◾Residential gateways
◾Trunking gateways
◾Other media gateway devices
◾Call Agents or SoftSwitches
◾Eenhanced service platforms (such as IVR announcement servers)

Media Gateway Control Interface
◾Model and naming conventions
◾Endpoint identifiers
◾Calls and connections
◾Names of Call Agents and other entities
◾Digit maps
◾Names of events
◾Usage of SDP
◾Gateway Control Commands
◾Return codes and error codes
◾Reason Codes
◾MGCP Commands
◾AUCX (AuditConnection)
◾AUEP (AuditEndpoint)
◾CRCX (CreateConnection)
◾DLCX (DeleteConnection)
◾EPCF (EndpointConfiguration)
◾MDCX (ModifyConnection)
◾RQNT (NotificationRequest)
◾NTFY (Notify)
◾RSIP (RestartInProgress)

MGCP Parameters
◾Response Acknowledgement
◾Local connection options
◾CallID
◾Capabilities
◾ConnectionID
◾ConnectionMode)
◾Connection
◾DetectEvent
◾DigitMap
◾EventStates
◾LocalConnectionOptions
◾ObservedEvents
◾PackageList
◾QuarantineHandling
◾ReasonCode
◾RequestedEvents
◾RequestedInfo
◾RequestIdentifier
◾RestartDelay
◾RestartMethod
◾SignalRequest
◾Bearer Information

Event packages and end point types
◾Basic packages
◾Generic Media Package
◾DTMF package
◾MF Package
◾Trunk Package
◾Line Package
◾Handset emulation package
◾RTP Package
◾Network Access Server Package
◾Announcement Server Package
◾Script Package
◾Line Package
◾Supplementary Service Package
◾DigitMap Extension Package
◾Signal List Package
◾Media Format Package
◾Resource Reservation Package
◾Fax Package
◾SDP Simple Capability Declaration
◾Fax Package Protocol Flow
◾Extended Analog Line Supervision Package
◾MGCG Bulk Audits, Redirect and Reset
◾Redirect and Reset Package
◾NAS Packages for MGCP
◾Basic NAS Package
◾NAS Data Out Package
◾PacketCable package
◾Line
◾ISUP Trunk
◾MF Termination
◾MF FGD Operator Services
◾Other standard packages currently supported Basic PBX
◾DTMF PBX
◾MF Feature Group D
◾Mailbox
◾MF Single Stage Dialing Trunk
◾Voice Mail
◾ATM AAL2

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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