TCP/IP and Mobile IP Training

TCP/IP and Mobile IP Training


TCP/IP and Mobile IP Training Course Project-Based

TCP/IP and Mobile IP Training: As mobile carriers look to enhance their services offerings with new 3G oriented, IMS enabled applications, the prominence of IP traffic on mobile networks will continue to grow. Additionally, with cost reduction efforts surrounding voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) in the mobility domain, carriers will be facing a transition in the coming years from traditional circuit switched, voice centric environments to networks that treat all applications like data. Engineers, business people, marketing organizations and designers and planners will benefit from in many cases a refresher in MIP, and an understanding of MIPv6, HIPv6, MIPv6 over MPLS and the impact of IMS in the mobile domain.

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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.

TCP/IP and Mobile IP TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2-3 days


Provide a basic understanding of MIPv4, changes with respect to MIPv6, synchronicity issues, HIPv6, MIPv6 over MPLS domains, and an overview of Internet Multimedia Subsystem (IMS).

Course Content:

Mobile Basics
◾Mobility overview
◾Operation of a 2G network
◾Operation of a 2.5G network
◾Operation of a 3G network
◾Routing areas
◾Measuring throughput
◾Contention and contention mitigation
◾Impacts on the mobility environment to quality of experience/quality of service

Mobile IP Basic Principles
◾Role of the SGSN/GGSN
◾Role of the PDSN
◾Role of the home agent (HA), the foreign agent (FA), the AAA and security
◾Home link, foreign link
◾Care of address
◾Corresponding agent
◾Routing area updates
◾Mobility call flows
◾IP address bindings

Mobile IPv6
◾IPv6 overview
◾IPv6 address space
◾IPv6 headers and extension headers
◾IPv6 subnetting
◾Network discovery process
◾Mobility header
◾Bidirectional tunneling
◾Mobility in IPv6
◾MIPv6 Route optimization
◾Binding refresh request
◾Home Test Init (HoIT)
◾Care of Test Init (CoIT)
◾Home Test (HoT)
◾Care of Test (CoT)
◾Binding Update
◾Binding acknowledgement

◾HA discovery request
◾HA discovery reply
◾Mobile prefix solicitation
◾Mobile prefix advertisement
◾Modified router advertisement message
◾Modified prefix information
◾New advertisement interval option
◾New home agent information option
◾Correspondent Registration
◾Direct registration
◾Indirect registration
◾Return routability procedure

◾Mobile IP trust model
◾SA/HA reference
◾SA/FA reference
◾IKE Model

Host Identity Protocol (HIP)
◾Problem definition & scope of HIPv6 – Decoupling the network and transport layers of a mobile network
◾HIP Overview and functional elements/changes
◾HIP Mobility & DNS impacts
◾HIP Multihoming
◾HIP Security
◾HIP Implementation proposals in standards

◾MPLS overview
◾Using MPLS to enhance the MIP experience
◾CE Routers
◾PE Routers
◾Label switched paths
◾VRF concepts
◾Route discovery protocols
◾The MPLS domain

◾IMS overview
◾IP Gateway
◾Application layer

Workshop Exercises – IMS/Mobile IP Call Flows
◾Mobile to mobile VoIP call
◾Mobile to landline VoIP to PSTN interworking
◾Video streaming
◾Audio streaming
◾3G IMS MIP session sending SMS to 2G legacy SMS on same network, and on different networks
◾Roaming case studies

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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