Softswitch is a functional entity, for the next generation network NGN to provide real-time requirements of the business of call control and connection control functions, and control the next generation core network call. Simply look, soft switching is to achieve the traditional program-controlled switches, "call control" feature entities, but the traditional "call control" feature is and the business together, different business needs call control different functions, and soft switching nothing to do with business, which requires softswitch provides call control function is the basic call control of the business.
Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Essentials 1 Duration: 5 Days Course Code: CBTSE1 Overview: This is the first of two five-day, hands-on technical training courses that support the Cisco® BTS 10200 Softswitch application and Cisco Broadband Local Integrated Services Solutions. The Cisco BTS 10200 Essentials I course provides a thorough introduction to the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch as well as an overview of Cisco Broadband Local Integrated Services Solutions. Targeting typical network operations center (NOC) personnel, this course covers the Cisco BTS 10200 operations, maintenance, administration, and basic troubleshooting topics. The course also supports Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch provisioning for Integrated Access Devices (IAD), Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adapter (eMTA) cable, and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)–based IP phone residential gateways (RGWs) and subscribers. The extensive hands-on activities are designed to reinforce an end-to-end call-flow perspective, where students provision the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch for call setup and control as well as use the various RGW diagnostic tools to validate, observe and troubleshoot operations. Target Audience: This course is aimed at individuals who operate and maintain Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch–based voice-over-IP solutions, individuals who provide troubleshooting support in the NOC, Tier 2 or 3 level support or solution design personnel. Objectives: Identify and describe Cisco Broadband Local Integrated Services Explain and demonstrate using events and alarms to identify Cisco Solutions primary components and their interoperability. BTS 10200 Softswitch system faults. Identify and explain the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch capabilities, Identify the Softswitch provisioning tables used to process and internal and external interfaces, communications protocols, and control local subscriber calls and routing translations. hardware options. Demonstrate the use of Cisco IAD, eMTA & IP phone diagnostic tools & systems to verify correct operation for subscriber call setup Explain and demonstrate using the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch and control. provisioning tools and methods, to include command-line interface (CLI), copy and paste, bulk (batch file), and Extensible Practice basic troubleshooting to isolate and resolve on-net Provisioning and Operations Manager (EPOM). call-processing faults. Review and practice Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch operations and maintenance methods, procedures, and commands Prerequisites: Although no formal prerequisites are required to attend this course, the following related skills and knowledge are strongly recommended for the best learning outcome: Experience with Cisco IOS® Software routers and knowledge of IP routing and switching fundamentals; knowledge equivalent to the CCNA® and/or CCNP® certifications Experience with UNIX (Solaris) operating systems Exposure to Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGC)P and SIP CBTSE1 www.globalknowledge.com.eg firstname.lastname@example.org +20 2 2290 2163/2148 call signaling protocols Background with telephony network concepts and terminology Content: Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch System Overview PacketCable™ eMTA Subscriber Provisioning Translations and Routing line line System architecture, features, and functions line Translation tables review (on-net, off-net Internal and external interfaces, databases, Review of PacketCable modem and MTA scenarios) and hardware provisioning process Telephony routing topics Review of eMTA/cable modem Cisco BTS 10200 Application Management termination system (CMTS) Network Management line configurations and diagnostic tools line Events and alarms, Simple Network System Management SIP IP Phone Subscriber Provisioning Management Protocol (SNMP) support line line Security features and functions Review of SIP signaling protocol, IP Troubleshooting Tools ; Techniques Daily, weekly, and monthly methods ; phones, and configuration methods line procedures Detailed treatment of SIP subscriber Overview of troubleshooting methodology Softswitch Provisioning Tools provisioning tables and tools CLI, Corba, and EPOM Multiple subscriber troubleshooting Applying Subscriber Services scenarios, provisioning-related faults Initial System Provisioning line line Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Feature Detailed treatment of Cisco BTS 10200 Server architecture and operation Softswitch system (office) tables Detailed treatment of Cisco IAD Subscriber Provisioning feature/class-of-service (CoS) tables Detailed treatment of subscriber provisioning tables Centrex ; Multi-Line Hunt Group Provisioning Review of IAD configuration and diagnostic line tools Detailed treatment of Centrex/MLHG provisioning tables Further Information: For More information, or to book your course, please call us on +20 2 2290 2163/2148 email@example.com www.globalknowledge.com.eg Global Knowledge, 17 Al-Ahram St., Al Korba - Heliopolis, Tower 'B' - 5th Floor, Cairo 11341, Egypt CBTSE1 www.globalknowledge.com.eg firstname.lastname@example.org +20 2 2290 2163/2148
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