Course Duration


Course Objectives

The TCP/IP protocol suite has undoubtedly enabled the evolution of connected technologies and many other developments since its invention. And now our increasingly connected world needs it to support modern mobility behavior, connections with/among the machines and a transport to bridge together user experiences across virtual, augmented and the physical world.

Within the telecommunications and networking community it is now necessary to fundamentally review the future direction of TCP/IP and ask ourselves how information communications protocols should evolve to meet the needs of the 21st Century.

Understanding the foundations of networking is paramount for any ICT professional. In Telecontran’s IP Networking course, a full range of topics related to IP Networking, compression issues, structured cabling, VLANs, router protocols, IP addressing, subnets and port address translation etc. are covered. Additionally this training course combines a mix of classroom theory and hands-on practical work conducted by our expert instructors.

After successful completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Assist in developing an extensive operations expertise and processes.
  • Assist operational capability in place rapidly.
  • Learn significant costs savings on network operations expense.
  • Become efficient and competent personnel working with established routines, methods and tools.
  • Gain specialist networking knowledge including world-leading vendors/solutions.
  • Serve as a common high level view as well as deeper technical knowledge to reduce existing operational constraints.

Target Audience

This course is specially designed for anyone who is responsible for designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining TCP/IP networks or who needs to understand TCP/IP protocol structures and functions.

Course Curriculum

Networking Fundamentals

Managing Network Devices

  • Understanding various types of Network devices
  • Router / Switch
  • Firewall / SSLVPN
  • Load Balancer / Proxy / Optimizer

IP addressing and Management

  • IPv4 Addressing and Sub-netting
  • IP address allocation and Handling IP Schema

Understand Routing, Switching and Security

  • VLAN / VTP / STP / Trunk / Access
  • Switch Stacking / Ether channel
  • VSS (Virtual Switching System)
  • VPC (Virtual Port Channel)
  • SPAN Switch port Analyzer
  • Packet Filtering using Firewall
  • VPN knowledge
  • Best practices for Enterprise Network (Technology Focus)

Course Curriculum

Enterprise Network Connectivity

  • MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching)
  • VPLS (Virtual Private LAN Service)
  • IPLC (International Private Leased Line)
  • ME (Metro Ethernet)
  • GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation)
  • DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint VPN

Most common usage of IP Services

  • ACL Management
  • NAT (Network Address Translation)
  • Route-map
  • PBR (Policy based routing)
  • AAA (Authentication, Authorization and Accounting)
  • IPSLA (IP Service Level Agreement)
  • Layer3 QOS (Quality of Service)

Introduction to other networking knowledge

  • IP Telephony across WAN
  • Wi-Fi
  • Network Traffic Control

Course Curriculum

Network Monitoring

  • Cache Flow
  • Cacti

Network Documentation

  • Network Diagram
  • Status report and Analytical Report
  • Configuration Change Proposal
  • Post-mortem / Incident Management Report
  • Effective Presentation

Basic ITIL knowledge on Incident and Change Management

  • Understanding ITIL framework guidance for best practice
  • Incident Management
  • Change Management

Labs and assignment

  • Core Networking Labs on routing, switching, Security, IP services, Monitoring and other essential skills

Public Schedule

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