IP Network Quality CoS, QoS, MPLS and Diff-Serv focuses on the network service provided by carriers to move packets containing voice, and how network traffic is identified, managed and prioritized, resulting in Class of Service offerings to meet Service Level Agreements.
You will learn how carriers use virtual circuits to manage flows of IP packets, and how MPLS is used to do this. You will understand the idea of Differentiated Services: different transmission characteristics for different kinds of traffic, and how these are implemented as Classes of Service (CoS). We'll cover Service Level Agreements and how "throttling" some users is sometimes necessary to ensure all users are getting the CoS they are paying for. We'll cover the Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms MPLS and 802.1P and how Classes of Service are implemented by routers.
1 Course Introduction + Virtual Circuit Technologies
3 Differentiated Services (Diff-Serv)
4 Service Level Agreements, Meters, Markers, Shapers and Droppers
5 Interworking Diff-Serv and MPLS
6 Using 802.1P for QoS
7 Implementing CoS: Queuing Techniques
Based on Teracom’s famous Course 130, tuned and refined over the course of over 20 years of instructor-led training, you will gain career- and productivity-enhancing knowledge of network quality, how it is specified and implemented.
The Unlimited Plan gives you unlimited repeats, with no expiration and no monthly fees. One-time payment. Take as long as you like. Jump in and out of lessons, refresh your knowledge in the future.
A course completion certificate is awarded upon passing the course exam.
Teracom is the leader in telecommunications training. In business since 1992, we supply this training to the US government under our GSA schedule contract, which means pre-approved quality and pricing. We're so confident of the quality of this training, it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.