Advanced Optical Networking Training

Advanced Optical Networking Training


Advanced Optical Networking Training Course

Advanced optical networking training covers transport network evolution, IP/MPLS, GMPLS, MPLS-TP, Seamless MPLS, OTN and DWDM concepts. Multilayer network design including IP/MPLS over OTN over DWDM are identified as promising that bridges integration and interaction between the IP and optical layers. In this Advanced Optical Networking Training course we describe and analyze the impact of each layer’s parameter values on neighboring layers and overall network architecture, performance and cost.

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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.

Advanced Optical Networking TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration:3 days


◾Describe IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP transport technologies
◾Understand SONET/SDH/DWDM transmission technologies
◾Understand the basics concepts of an OTN
◾Identify the features, functionalities, architecture and building blocks of IP/MPLS, DWDM and OTN Systems
◾Identify the new requirements for IP/MPLS with DWDM and/or OTN architecture
◾Analyze and evaluate IP/MPLS and its challenges and best practice architectures and future evolution
◾Evaluate IP/MPLS network architecture alternatives running over DWDM and/or OTN

Course Content:

Overview of IP/MPLS Technology
◾What is MPLS?
◾Introducing Basic MPLS Concepts
◾MPLS Applications
◾Goals of MPLS
◾Scalability of network layer routing.
◾Greater flexibility in delivering routing services.
◾Increased performance
◾How MPLS works
◾What is MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching)
◾Traditional IP network:
◾Label switching (or “tag switching”) lookups
◾Implementing Traffic-Engineering
◾Manage capacity, prioritize different services, and prevent congestion
◾Implementing Multi-Service Networks
◾Ability to deliver data transport services, as well as IP routing services,
◾Improving network resiliency with MPLS Fast Reroute

How MPLS Works
◾MPLS Label Switched Path (“LSP”)
◾MPLS Router Roles/Positions
◾Label Edge Router (“LER”) or “ingress node”
◾Label Switching Router (“LSR”) or “transit node”
◾Egress Node
◾Basic Concepts
◾P – Provider Router
◾PE – Provider Edge Router
◾L2VPN / Pseudowires
◾MPLS Signaling Protocols
◾MPLS Label Stacking
◾VPN/Transport services
◾“Bypass” LSPs
◾MPLS Pseudowires
◾MPLS Link Protection
◾MPLS Labels and Label Stack
◾Discovering LDP Neighbors
◾MPLS architecture
◾The evolving role of MPLS

MPLS Architecture
◾MPLS-TP and IP/MPLS – their applicability for access, mobile backhaul and metro networks
◾Transport Type
◾Traffic Engineering
◾End-to-end bandwidth reservation
◾Legacy service support
◾Response times
◾The evolving role of MPLS
◾What is MPLS-TP?
◾Sophisticated OAM
◾Fast protection switching
◾Strong traffic engineering
◾Cost efficiency
◾Seamless MPLS
◾MPLS-over-OTN-over-DWDM Multilayer Networks
◾Integrated Three-Layer Capacity Optimization Mode

MPLS Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
◾Analysis of the Security of the MPLS Architecture
◾Security Requirements of MPLS Networks
◾Address Space and Routing Separation
◾Hiding of the MPLS Core Structure
◾Resistance to Attacks
◾Impossibility of Label Spoofing
◾Analysis of MPLS Security
◾Label Spoofing
◾Options for Securing an MPLS Core
◾Firewalling Options
◾Combining IPSec and MPLS
◾Overlay and Peer-to-Peer VPNs
◾MPLS VPN Routing Model
◾Monitoring MPLS VPN Operations
◾Running EIGRP Between PE and CE Routers
◾Running OSPF Between PE and CE Routers
◾Running OSPF Between PE and CE Routers – complete
◾Running BGP Between PE and CE Routers

What is MPLS-TP?
◾How MPLS-TP works
◾The key differences between MPLS-TP and IP/MPLS
◾MPLS-TP and IP/MPLS – their applicability for access, mobile backhaul and metro networks
◾Cost considerations
◾MPLS-TP-based applications

◾MPLS/MPLS-TP protection switching
◾MPLS interworking
◾MPLS-TP network architecture
◾MPLS-TP equipment functional architecture
◾MPLS-TP equipment network management
◾MPLS-TP interface
◾larm indication signal (AIS)
◾Continuity Check (CC) and Continuity Verification (CV) using Bi-directional
◾Forwarding Detection (BFD)
◾Link Defect Indication (LDI)
◾Trace-route and Ping for LSPs
◾Loss and delay measurement
◾In-band Management and Control Communication Channel

A Brief History of Optical Networking and DWDM
◾Services, Transport, Framing and Optical
◾Aggregation and Transport Technologies
◾Current Trends in Transport Networks
◾Convergence of Packet and TDM Transport
◾Overview of DWDM architecture and building blocks
◾Basic DWDM Components
◾Optical Transmission Principles
◾Network Classification
◾Virtual Topology
◾Optical Layer and Higher Layer Interface
◾Efficient Routing Algorithms
◾Wavelength Conversion related Algorithms
◾MPLS and MPLS-TP as a transport oriented packet aggregation technology

Transport Architecture Principles
◾Mobile backhaul
◾Switch Node
◾OTN, OC-x and Eth
◾λ-service: Layer 0/1
◾Packet, OTN and DWDM
◾Transport architecture evolution
◾A mobile backhaul architecture for today’s challenges
◾Packet optical transport and edge aggregation networks
◾Optical wireless backhaul approaches
◾Operational efficiency, scalability and network optimization
◾Reliable, carrier Ethernet backhaul services with advanced networking features
◾Optical versatility with scalable, multi-reach carrier Ethernet
◾DWDM platforms
◾TDM/IP/Ethernet architecture
◾WSON (Wavelength switched optical network)
◾ASON (Automatically Switched optical network)
◾ASMN (Automatically switched MPLS-TP network)

Optical Transport Networks & Technologies (OTNT)
◾What is Optical transport network (OTN)?
◾Strategies for handling growth in packet-switched traffic
◾Packet-switched network based on multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) technology
◾Switching in the core network occurs on a packet basis at every node
◾A circuit-switched infrastructure based on an optical transport network (OTN)
◾Metropolitan Optical Network (MON)

Optical Transport Network (OTN) Basics
◾Information structure for OTN interfaces
◾Multiplexing/mapping principles and bit rates
◾Wavelength division multiplex
◾Bit rates and capacity
◾ODUk time-division multiplex
◾OTN networking
◾OTN management
◾OTN protection

Basic Capabilities in OTN Networks
◾The OTN Approach
◾Network View
◾Electrical: Client Mapping,
◾Connection Multiplexing
◾Grooming, Monitoring
◾OTN management
◾OTN protection
◾Optical Layer
◾Add/Drop, Express, Protection/Restoration
◾Basic signal structure
◾OTN interface structure
◾Multiplexing/mapping principles and bit rates
◾Optical transport module
◾What is an Optical channel (OCh)?
◾Optical channel transport unit
◾Optical channel data unit
◾Optical channel payload unit
◾OTM overhead signal (OOS)
◾Maintenance signals
◾Mapping of client signals

Optical Transport Network (OTN) Architecture
◾Multi-Service Clients
◾Digital Domain
◾Interface for the optical transport network (OTN)

Evaluation of Architecture for optical transport networks
◾Network requirements and architectural framework of the Optical Transport Network Framing & Interfaces
◾Framing structure (digital wrapperí), overhead bytes
◾multiplexing, and payload mappings for all payload types
◾Optical transport network physical layer interfaces
◾Equipment Functions
◾Characteristics of optical transport network (OTN) equipment functional blocks
◾The control of jitter and wander within the
◾Network Management
◾Management aspects of the optical transport network element
◾Optical transport network (OTN) protocol-neutral management information model for the network element view
◾Optical transport network (OTN) management information model
◾Generic framing procedure (GFP)
◾Link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) for virtual concatenated signals
◾Optical interfaces for intra-office systems
◾Common equipment management function requirements
◾Characteristics of transport equipment – Description methodology and generic functionality
◾Automatic switched transport networks (ASTN)
◾Architecture for the automatically switched optical network (ASON)
◾IP based services
◾Ethernet services
◾Audio/Video services

◾How to evaluate IP/MPLS
◾Analyzing IP/MPLS architectures and implementation challenges
◾Creating and Analyzing the requirements for IP/MPLS with DWDM and/or OTN architecture
Case Study
◾Overview of best practice IP/MPLS architectures for mobile backhaul

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