Today’s technology is limitless, and with evolving trends, Voice over Internet Protocol has been conceived and has changed the way that people communicate with one another. Tonex offers VOIP training courses for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and government agencies. Our training seminars are of the highest quality, specifically designed by experts in the respective field.

Why Choose Tonex?

What makes Tonex the best choice for a Voice Over IP Training course? First, our workshops are flexible and can be tailored to fit the individual needs of your business. From multimillion organizations to privately owned business, our VOIP courses are adaptable. Furthermore, our course offerings are always up to date. We take the time to review our topics, reading materials and activities to ensure they are not just keeping up with the trends but exceeding them as well.

Our Course Structure

When taking VOIP training courses with Tonex, participants will follow the same format. Although our classes are highly flexible, we have a proven teaching model that has enabled participants to grasp the material and apply it in real-world contexts in a much easier fashion.

For instance, our classes start off with an in-depth overview, which is then expanded on during the base of the course. As we move along, participants engage in interactive learning and hands-on activities. We also use fun storytelling tactics to make the information relatable and memorable. Your business is putting time and money into our Voice Over IP training course, and we want your employees to leave with a changed attitude.

Our Training Programs

In addition to our highly popular Voice Over IP courses, we also have many other telecom workshops that focus on the following:

• Information technology
• Systems engineering
• Software engineering
• Wireless engineering
• Security
• Mobile applications
• Power and energy
• Global training

Get started with our VOIP training courses by browsing our catalog of seminars. We can assure you that our training will get your employees up-to-date on the latest trends and offer new and innovative changes in the workplace.

Why choose TONEX for your VoIP Training?

VoIP Training course by TONEX covers all aspects of VoIP including: technologies, protocols, architecture, design, platforms, performance, QoS and security.

VoIP Training enables the students to plan, architect, design, engineer, test, verify and validate, integrate, manage, and administer voice and data communication applications.

TONEX Voice over IP and telephony courses are vendor-neutral  training courses include hands-on labs for VoIP and telephony professionals of all levels and types including engineers, testers, designers, architect and sales and marketing. 

Learn about foundation of Voice over IP including:

  • Core concepts
  • SIP Trunking
  • Protocols such as Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), Real-Time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP),  Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), Session Description Protocol (SDP) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
  • Concepts behind SIP proxy, Session Border Controller (SBC), MG, MGC or softswitch
  • What jitter, latency, and packet loss will impact the quality of VoIP network delivery for real-time applications
  • VoIP security

VoIP Training

Voice over IP (VoIP), which integrates voice and data transmission, is quickly becoming an important factor in network communications. It promises lower operational costs, greater flexibility, and a variety of enhanced applications.

VoIP Training provides a thorough introduction to this new technology to help experts in both the data and telephone industries plan for the new networks. The hands-on labs are very useful methods to understand the A-Z of VoIP.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed to provide an overview for strategic or technical managers, consultants, communications professionals, software engineers, system engineers, network professionals, marketing and sales professional, IT professionals, and others who plan on using, evaluating or working with VoIP networks, applications and services.

  • Objectives
      • Explain the basics of telephony and TCP/IP
      • Understand the engineering tools and procedures required for a voice network and the current technologies leading to the integration of voice and data networks
      • Explain the basics of Voice over IP (VoIP)
      • Understand existing and emerging standards for VoIP and network architectures to support VoIP
      • Understanding Carrier Grade VoIP Technologies
      • Describe the protocols that support VoIP calls and explain how IP works with the PSTN
      • Identify some of the challenges VoIP faces in today's networks to demonstrate a good understanding of its capabilities
      • Explore the latest enabling technologies
      • Explain Softswicth/MGC, Media Gateways, SIP, Megaco, and MGCP
      • Voice characteristics, compression standa Mean Opinion Scores (MOS)
      • Learn about the functional components involved in using gateways to deploy VoIP networks
      • Explain the concepts of quality of service enforcement techniques
      • Explain performance and voice quality considerations
      • Discuss VoIP OSS/BSS
      • Review transitioning to the All-VoIP PSTN and VoIP Taxation
      • Explore project planning process of VoIP
      • Review successful VoIP deployments for wireline, wireless, and cable operators
      • Discuss successful and unsuccessful VoIP deployments
      • Step through a practical process for managing a VoIP deployment project
      • Explore the current and future market trends
      • Discuss Video Services Over IP
  • Outline
    • Introduction to VoIP

      • Telephony Terminology
      • Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
      • Circuit Switched and Packet Switched
      • Voice and Video Communications
      • VoIP and Next- Generation Services
      • Voice Compression
      • Performance and voice quality considerations
      • Voice & Data Convergence
      • The Numbering Plan for Telephony - E.164
      • Signaling
      • Q.931 Messages
      • Signaling System Number 7 (SS7 )
      • Examples of the SS7 Functions
      • SS7 Signaling Architecture
      • Challenges In Transitioning to an all VoIP
      • Carrier Grade Services
      • Regulations and Taxation

      Basics of TCP/IP

      • Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
      • User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
      • Connection-Oriented Protocol vs. Connectionless Protocols
      • Basic of IP Addresing
      • DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
      • DNS
      • Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicast Addresses
      • Internet Control Message Protocol Technique

      Basic of VoIP

      • Network Architectures to Support VoIP
      • Voice over IP Requirements
      • Support of Real-Time Services
      • Voice Data Transport
      • Encapsulation of Voice Data
      • Voice Encoding and Packetization
      • Issues in Packet Voice Communication
      • Real Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
      • Real-Time Transport Protocol Architecture
      • Real-time Control Protocol (RTCP)
      • RTCP QoS
      • Real-time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
      • VoIP Signaling Approaches
      • H.323
      • MGCP
      • Megaco
      • SIP
      • Sigtran
      • SCTP
      • Evolution of VoIP Signaling Protocols

      Voice Compression

      • Voice Quality
      • Voice Sampling
      • Quantization
      • Speech-Coding Techniques
      • Components of a Conversation
      • Voice Activity Detection
      • Fixed Sampling
      • Silence Suppression
      • Mean Opinion Score (MOS)
      • Code Excited Linear Prediction
      • Local Delay Compression
      • Analysis-by-Synthesis (AbS) Codecs
      • G.71: Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)
      • Linear Predictive Coders (LPCs)
      • G.723.1 and G.729
      • G.721
      • G.723.1 ACELP
      • G.726
      • G.727
      • G.728 LD-CELP
      • G.729A
      • Selecting Codecs
      • Cascaded Codecs
      • ADPCM
      • LDCELP
      • CS-ACELP
      • MPMLQ
      • FR
      • EFR
      • AMR

      Network Delay Considerations

      • The IP Datagram
      • TCP Congestion-Control
      • Hypothetical Signaling Reference Connection (HSRC)
      • End-to-end Voice Transmission
      • Transmission time allocation
      • Delay Problems
      • Delay and Jitter
      • Induced Delay
      • Processing delay
      • Network Congestion
      • Call Setup Delays
      • Post Dial Delay
      • Propagation Delay
      • Handling Delay
      • Queuing Delay
      • Lost Packet Compensation
      • Jitter
      • IP Precedence
      • Priority Queuing
      • Random Early Detection (RED)
      • Weighted Precedence
      • Weighted RED
      • Weighted Fair Queuing

      VoIP Signaling and Protocols

      • VoIP Signaling Transport
      • H.323 Architecture
      • H.245 Control Signaling
      • H.248/Megaco
      • Session Description Protocol (SDP)
      • Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
      • SIP Call Process
      • Call Setup: SIP to ISDN
      • Call Setup: SIP to SS7
      • Gateway Protocols
      • Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP)
      • MGCP and Megaco Protocol Architecture
      • MGCP and Megaco Protocol Evolution
      • MGCP Architecture
      • MGCP Stack
      • Megaco Features
      • Megaco and Megaco Enhancements
      • Session Initiation Protocol vs. Softswitch (MGCP and MEGACO)
      • MEGACO and H.248
      • Protocol Comparison
      • Simple Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
      • Sigtran Architecture
      • M2UA and M3UA
      • Simple Conference Control Protocol (SCCP)
      • Real Time Streaming Protocol (RSTP)
      • Comparison of VoIP Call Control Protocols

      QoS Considerations in VoIP Network Design

      • Voice over Packet (VoIP, VoATM) Quality of Service (QoS)
      • QoS Building BlocksVoIP Quality of Service Provisioning
      • VoIP QOS Requirements Delay, Loss, Blocking
      • Issues Affecting Voice in an IP Network
      • Delay in General
      • Fixed and Variable Delay
      • Variable Delay Factor: Jitter
      • Variable Delay Factor: Packet Loss
      • Variable Delay Factor: Sequence Errors
      • Variable Delay and QoS Mechanisms
      • Quality Measurements and Mean Opinion Scores (MOS)
      • Echo and the Use of Echo Cancelers
      • Delay Variation and Jitter Buffers
      • Managing Delay Addressing Quality of Service
      • Bandwidth Limitations
      • Traffic Policing
      • Traffic Shaping
      • IP QOS Mechanisms
      • Integrated Services
      • Differentiated Services
      • Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)
      • Integrated Services (Int Serv) and QoS
      • Int Serv Service ClassesIntegrated Services Architecture
      • Differentiated Services (DiffServ) and QoS
      • Common Open Policy Server (COPS)
      • Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) and QoS
      • MPLS Operation
      • MPLS-TE

      VoIP OAM&P and deployment

      • Overview of Management Layers
      • VoIP SLA Management Architecture
      • VoIP Management Data Sources
      • Performance and Fualt Management Functions
      • VoIP Provisioning
      • Service Control and QoS
      • Maintaining an SLA
      • Billing and CRM
      • Security and Reliability

      VoIP Implementations

      • VoIP Services
      • VoIP over DSL/Cable Modems
      • Large-Scale VoIP Service Deployment
      • Business Operations Solutions
      • VoIP BSS/OSS and NMS
      • VoIP E-911 and CALEA
      • High-Availability VoIP Network
      • Standards and QoS
      • Interworking with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
      • Implementing the PSTN Switch/VoIP Gateway Trunk
      • IP Centrex
      • Video Bundling With VoIP
      • Softswitch
      • Services and Implementation Issues
      • Security Considerations for VoIP Networks
      • Network Access Security
      • Device Security
      • Using IPSec
      • VoIP Traffic Cases
      • VoIP Implementations Lessons Learned
      • Revenue Assurance for VoIP
      • Potential hidden pitfalls
      • Deployment issues and challenges
      • A project framework for managing a VoIP deployment
      • Pulling it All Together
      • Case Studies

      LAB 1: Using Lines and IP Bandwidth Calculation

      It can be used to estimate the bandwidth required through an IP based network for a fixed number of voice paths. voip bandwidth calculator calculates the bandwidth requirements for voice over IP. This depends on the voice compression scheme used (e.g. G.711, G.723, G.728, G.729), the packet interval and the transport protocol (RTP, cRTP).

      LAB 2: Erlangs to VoIP Bandwidth Calculation

      The Erlangs and Bandwidth Calculator can be used to estimate the bandwidth which must be provided through an IP based to satisfactorily transport a given busy hour traffic level.

      Feedback from Students attending this course:

      The 4-day course was technically excellent. The architecture of PSTN network and how it works, was very useful to me. I think the instructor is very knowledgeable. He is an excellent instructor. I will recommend this course.

      L. Wing, Covad Communications, Covad's Location

      In the time we provided I learned much of the terminology and a good basic understanding of how VoIP works. I really appreciated the instructor's knowledge and his willingness to share and enable us to learn.

      The instructor is a very knowledgeable and interesting instructor. He works to share knowledge and he's willing to provide information even after class and on breaks. It was a pleasure observing his methods of instruction and being exposed the basics of this complicated subject. Thanks for doing a good job despite not enough time and a too diverse audience.

      Bobbi Atherton, DST Innovis, El Dorado Hills, CA

  • VoIP Training, Voice over IP Training Course Testimonials
      • L. Wing Covad's Location

        The 4-day course was technically excellent. The architecture of PSTN network and how it works, was very useful to me. I think the instructor is very knowledgeable. He is an excellent instructor. I will recommend this course.

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