This course provides detailed training on the standards and protocols used for video conferencing in IP networks and is suitable for staff who have networking or video conferencing experience and wish to design systems and fault find in detail.
Delegates should have a reasonable knowledge of IP networks.
2 days. Hands on.
At the end of this course delegates should be able to design video conference systems allowing for their impact on networks, handling firewalls and ensuring a good experience for users of the system. Delegates will also be able to fault find in detail.
OSI 7-Layer Model
H.320, H.323, SIP
Protocols and how they Behave with Video Traffic
IP, TCP, UDP, RTP, RTCP
Quality of Service
IP Precedence, RSVP, DiffServ
Video Specific Standards
Data Sharing Standards
Multipoint Conference Types
Gatekeeper standards and location
Traffic load calculations
Segments and Zones
Devices and the Effects on Video Traffic
Hub, Switches, Routers and Bridges
Firewalls, NAT's, Directory servers
Network Design & Sizing
Location of devices
Existing traffic levels
Actual verses calculated speeds