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This advanced networking course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to describe and understand the concepts associated with Digital Video and MPEG encoding. Participants will also be provided with the knowledge and skills to configure, monitor and troubleshoot a multicast enabled IPv4 network. This course is designed to transfer technical expertise IPv4 multicast technology and its applications, including video delivery. The course includes discussions on multicast addressing, functions of a multicast enabled network, the protocols required for multicast operation including IGMP and PIM, RP configuration, and multicast deployment models and design.
Course materials consist of an IP Multicast - Digital Video Delivery student manual. The course will utilize Dynamips to for the hands on multicasting lab exercises.
This course is designed for all individuals who interact with a multicast network, from the helpdesk to the network operator to the designing engineer. It will provide benefit to any individual who wishes to increase their knowledge and understanding of networking concepts and skills to prepare for a career in digital video transport or IP networking. The course presents advanced networking topics and therefore is best suited for IT professionals with some background knowledge of video concepts, application software, networking, and IP routing.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: