Telecommunication networks have evolved to offer a rich mix of multimedia and voice services. Many such services depend on the Internet Protocol (IP) for their operation and networks need to be equipped and engineered to cope with changed and changing requirements. The Quality of Service (QoS) offered to users is a vital aspect of IP network engineering and is pertinent to all IP network types. This detailed Wray Castle course provides network engineers with an in-depth study that covers all the principal aspects of IP QoS in part through theory but also by means of at least 9 practical exercises.
The practical exercises will take the delegates through queue management techniques associated with switches and then routers. These exercises will include looking at QoS markings and then look at priority queueing, custom queueing, fair and weighted queueing as well as class-based routing. Exercises also cover RSVP and traffic shaping.
In order to aid the exercises a set of pods will be used where each pod consists of 3 routers and 2 switches all the ancillary cables and a laptop will be provided although it is recommended that delegates bring their own laptop to aid with testing and so that they can take example traces away with them for further study after the course.
Packet Filtering for QoS
QoS approaches in IP Networks
Router QoS Markings
Weighted Fair Queueing
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