SIP Training | Session Initiation Protocol Training

SIP Training | Session Initiation Protocol Training


IP Training | Session Initiation Protocol Training Hands-on

SIP training – Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a widely adopted standard for VoIP systems, devices, and software. In this short but intensive course, you will review the SIP architecture, including the components such as media servers, application servers, gateways and endpoints. You will study the SIP messages, when and why they are used, how they are handled, and the components of each SIP message that is transported on the network. You will learn about the design components and process, with the application and sizing of each component covered in detail. You will also learn how VoIP works, its benefits, and its implementation. At the end of the day, you will have a very good understanding of the SIP protocol, messaging, routing, components, and design considerations.

We can transform this course into an Action Learning Workshop by including an extended hands-on design and procurement exercise related to your organization’s specific requirements.

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.

SIP Training | Session Initiation Protocol TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days


◾Understand basics of VoIP
◾Explore Where, why, and how SIP is used
◾Comprehend the basics of SIP
◾Understand the architect and components of SIP
◾Understand the differences between SIP and H.323
◾Understand H.323-SIP-SS7 Interworking
◾Review SIP-T concept and architecture
◾Understand how to size up and choose from available SIP products

Course Content:

SIP Overview
◾Fundamentals of how SIP works
◾SIP context and architectures
◾SIP sessions
◾SIP flows
◾Core SIP
◾SIP content negotiation
◾Session description protocol (SDP)
◾Security considerations
◾SIP extended features and services
◾Call control services, mobility, interoperability with existing telephony systems
◾Standardization status
◾Supported services
◾Proprietary extension and negotiation mechanisms
◾Interoperability of services and features
◾Interworking with PSTN
◾Service creation issues
◾Basic call features
◾Quality of Service issues
◾Network services
◾Conferencing and addressing

SIP System Operations
◾SIP Parameters
◾User Agents
◾Call Processors
◾Customer Status
◾Address Tracking
◾Call Forwarding

SIP Protocol Operation
◾Client/Server transactions
◾Proxy servers
◾SIP messages
◾Transport layer
◾Extending SIP
◾Extension negotiation
◾Technical details of SIP extensions
◾SIP Extensions
◾Session Description Protocol (SDP)
◾SDP packets
◾SIP timer
◾SIP programming

SIP Entities
◾Components of SIP
◾SIP Clients
◾SIP as a peer-to-peer protocol
◾User Agents (UAs) as the peers in a session
◾User agent client (UAC)
◾User agent server (UAS)
◾SIP Servers
◾Using A Proxy Server
◾Using a Redirect Server
◾Proxy Server
◾Redirect Server

SIP Messages
◾Message Types
◾Message Parts
◾Message Samples
◾Header Fields
◾Framing SIP Messages
◾Status Code Definitions
◾Informational 1xx
◾Successful 2xx
◾Redirection 3xx
◾Request Failure 4xx
◾Server Failure 5xx
◾Global Failures 6xx

SIP Parameters
◾Header Fields
◾Option Tags
◾Warning Codes (warn-codes)
◾Methods and Response Codes
◾Reason Protocols
◾Security Mechanism Names
◾Compression Schemes

SIP Signaling Flows in IMS and LTE
◾LTE core network architecture
◾Call management in IMS
◾Soft handover
◾Hard handover
◾Session initiation
◾Session termination
◾Roaming scenarios
◾Voice over LTE

SIP Products and Trends
◾Application Servers
◾Session Border Controllers
◾SIP based Services
◾SIP Gateways
◾SIP Hardware Appliances
◾SIP Phones
◾SIP Presence and Messaging Servers
◾Software Development Kits
◾Testing and Simulation

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    Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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