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Online Training The Foundations of SIP
SIP is the standard in Voice Over IP communications. Large telecom carriers are switching away from their legacy platforms into highly scalable next generation SIP networks. Even cellular phones are migrating to Voice Over LTE, which also relies on the SIP protocol.By taking this course you will learn the fundamentals of the SIP protocol. Knowledge of SIPhas enabled me to land secure positions with worldwide telecommunication companies. Are you ready for the same opportunities?In this course you will learn:What is SIP and the RFCs that it is defined in.The different types of SIP clients and serversThe structure of SIP messagesOverview of SIP response codesThe structure of the SIPURIOverview of SIPheaders and their purposeHow the Session Description Protocol (SDP) worksHow SIP allows mobility through call forking, REFER requests and DiversionsThe details of SIP transactions and DialogsHow SIP proxies route requests (We discuss stateful and sateless proxies)The SIP Trapezoid modelHow SIP Registration works.How SIP Authentication works. We dive into how the MD5 hash is created.What challenges SIP faces with NAT and how to overcome them.An overview of the Real Time Protocol – AKARTPThis course is created for:IT Generalists wanting to learn a specialized skill.Technical support staff working for a VOIP providerService Delivery staff that deploys VOIP networks for customers.Voice Engineers that want to increase their knowledge on SIP.Central Office Engineers that need to learn SIP while they transition away from circuit switched networks.Sales Engineers that want to close more deals.About the Instructor : Keith Croxford has been involved in VOIP and networking technologies for over 14 years. He has received accolades from VOIP industry experts. Here are a few examples :”Keith is one of those rare engineering breeds that is exceptional in knowledge and communicating that knowledge. It is a great team player and has assisted in resolving hard issues that no one else can fix. Keith is intelligent, detailed, self disciplined, works well with others, and great at documentation. When it comes to voice engineering, there has never been a better one.” – CTO”Keith is the Swiss Army of knife of VOIP and Data networking technologies with a healthy dose of great Programming skills and Customer Experience management. It is very tough to find a Jack of All Trades and a Master of a Few and Keith is one of them. I’ve interacted with him in deeply technical and business related circumstances and he hits the ball out of the park in both. His work ethic is second to none. He also demonstrates a very high entrepreneur mindset.” – Director of Service DeliveryStart Learning Now!This same material is presented in liveconferences that cost $400 per seat to attend. Through Udemy you are able to receive this course at an incredible value.Click on “Take this course” and start learning now.
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