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training institutes CMS Vashi
Vashi, Mumbai

 

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Address: B-404, BSEL TECH PARK, Opp: vashi station Sector 30A, Mumbai-400703

CMS Vashi offers best Classroom Training in Prog Basics, .Net, Java, Android, CCNA, MCSA 2016, RHCE, Cloud Computing, Big Data Hadoop, Python, AWS, Azure. We are also a Pearson Training Centre. CMS Vashi conducts PHP, Hadoop, RHCE, Python, Web Designing training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes Seven Academy
Vashi, Mumbai

 

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Address: Hasti Industrial Premises,Office No-A303,Plot No-R798 TTC Industrial Area,MIDC Mahape Vashi Mumbai-400710

We have started the journey in 2007 and are providing training in all HR courses. We are located in Mumbai. Seven Academy conducts HR Course training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes Coder Technologies
Vashi, Mumbai

 

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Address: L - 202 , 212, 2nd Floor, Tower No. - 6, International Infotech Park,Navi Mumbai Vashi Mumbai-400705

Coder Technologies is division of SQUAD Infotech dedicated for conducting Software Development Training by Industry Experienced and highly skilled Professional Trainers with 10+ years of experience. Coder Technologies conducts JAVA J2EE training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
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Address: K1/4 ,2nd Flr Sec 15 /16 Market, Vashi Navimumbai, Mumbai-400703

We are dedicated to technology,hr and financal services. A professional and dynamic organization distinguished for its domain . Vibrant Technologies & Computers conducts Oracle Certification, WebSphere, Bigdata, Linux, Python training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes Edit Institute
Vashi, Mumbai
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Address: 701,Real Teach Park, Bhagwan Mahaveer Rd, Sector 30/A, Above LG Showroom, Near Vashi Railway Station, Navi Mumbai Vashi -400703

Edit Institute conducts Web Designing training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes APS CPA Review
Vashi, Mumbai
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APS CPA Review conducts Accounting & Finance training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes TeleNetworks Technologies
Vashi, Mumbai

 

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Address: 202, Vashi Infotech Park, Plot No. 16, Sector - 30, Vashi Mumbai-400703

Telenetworks has best trainers from the industry. Will also provide strong placement service to student TeleNetworks Technologies conducts Cisco Certification, Industrial Training, IT Security & Ethical Hacking, Networking, Telecom Course training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes The Brand salon
Vashi, Mumbai
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The Brand salon conducts SEO Training, Digital Marketing training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes GITI
Vashi, Mumbai
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GITI conducts SAP training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes INIFD VASHI
Vashi, Mumbai
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Address: F-182/183/184, 1st Floor, Haware Fantasia Business Park, Vashi Mumbai-400703

INIFD VASHI conducts Interior Designing, Fashion Designing training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes Seed Infotech Ltd.
Vashi, Mumbai
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Address: BC block salt lake , sector -1 Kolkata-700064

Seed Infotech Ltd. conducts MySQL, JAVA J2EE, Final Year Projects, C C++, .Net training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
training institutes PROGATE GATE COACHING
Vashi, Mumbai
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Address: A 206 Om Rachana CHS, above Kshisagar restaurant next to dominos near Apna bazar sector 17, Vashi Mumbai-400703

PROGATE GATE COACHING conducts GATE Exam training classes at Vashi in Mumbai.
 
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Training centers in vashi, mumbai - Reviews & Complaints

List of training reviews for institutes located in and around vashi in mumbai location

 
suhel ashraf chougule 3 Star Rating: Good Training(3-Good Training)
staff is good i had completed HW Networking courseAll i liked
Institute reviewed : CMS Vashi in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
Hanslal yadav 4 Star Rating: Best Training (4-Best Training)
I had like the practical knowledge they are providing with theoretical things.It helps me lot to change the job ,because of the knowledge i have gained from CMS..
Institute reviewed : CMS Vashi in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
Vibinraj Rajesh 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
Professional classes and a very practical approach in the C as well C++ course. I am now confident to program in of the mentioned languages.I have now upgraded to JAVA training.Na
Institute reviewed : MicroPaceIT COMPUTER ACADEMY in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
T Vipul 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
After completing effective training on C programming and C++ programming now further continuing with JAVA programming too. If you are a time valuing person you should definitely opt for MPIT.NA
Institute reviewed : MicroPaceIT COMPUTER ACADEMY in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
Vipul Rajesh Thombre 2 Star Rating: Above Average Training (2-Above Average Training)
Ronak sir apart from being well versed in the course he is committed to his profession and teaches to the depth of the program. I had enrolled for C programming as well as C++ course. NA
Institute reviewed : MicroPaceIT COMPUTER ACADEMY in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
Meet Shah 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
The classes is very professional. Sir has a very good command over the programming languages. I had taken the C++ course. I am satisfied with the training. I have further enrolled for JAVA courses also.
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Institute reviewed : MicroPaceIT COMPUTER ACADEMY in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 
 
Yamini Vinchurkar 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
You get to learn in a friendly environment here... flexible timings are provided according to your comfort... I recommend this institute if you are interested in learning Oracle DB. Had a great experience here no suggestions so far. Thank You.
Institute reviewed : CMS Vashi in Mumbai for training in Mumbai
 


 

Training with placement, Course fees and Trainer Profiles in vashi, mumbai

ZOC Technologies institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 2 Day(s) of ITIL V3 Intermediate Service Operations training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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Course Overview After gaining your certificate, you will be familiar with the basics of service operations and the challenges, risks and critical success factors. You will think more from the perspective of the business than from the technology. Candidates can expect to gain competencies in the following: Introduction to Service Operation Service Operations Principals Service Operation Processes Common Service Operation Activities Organizing for Service Operation Technology Considerations Implementation of Service Operations Challenges, Critical Success Factors and Risks
ZOC Technologies institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 2 Day(s) of ITIL Foundations training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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Introduction Introduction/Housekeeping Introduction to key ITIL� concepts IT as a Service Introduction to processes and process management The Service Lifecycle approach Service Strategy Purpose, goal, objectives & Scope Value Creation through Services Assets � Resources and Capabilities Service Strategy � Main activities Service Strategy processes Service Portfolio management Demand management Financial management Business Relationship Management Service Design Purpose, goal, objectives & Scope Service Design processes The 4 P s Service Design aspects Service Catalog Management Service Level Management Capacity Management Availability Management IT Service Continuity Management Service Portfolio Information Security Management Supplier management Design Coordination Service Transition Purpose, goal, objectives & Scope Service Transition value to the business Technology and architecture in Service Transition Service Transition Processes Change Management The 7 R s of Change Management Service Asset and Configuration Management Release and Deployment Management Knowledge Management Service Operation Purpose, goal, objectives & Scope Service Operation definitions The Service Desk Technical Management Application Management IT Operations Management Service Operations Processes Event Management Request Fulfillment Problem Management Access Management Continual Service Improvement Purpose, goal, objectives & Scope Models and Processes The Deming Cycle Measurement and metrics Continual Service Improvement activities Risk management Continual Service Improvement interfaces Interface with Service Level Management Exam Preparation Sample Exams Feedback Recap
ZOC Technologies institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 2 Day(s) of PRINCE2 training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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Introduction to PRINCE2 Business Case Pre-project Activities - starting up a PRINCE2 Project and Organisation Initiating a Project Risk Management Quality Planning Change control and Configuration Management Communications Management Subsequent Stages Closing a Project Directing a Project Foundation Examination
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 25 Day(s) of CCNA Routing & Switching training course in Mumbai with Basic Placement Support.

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We follow CISCO Blue Print: The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) v2.0 course provides entry-level network administrators, network support, and help desk technicians with the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise network.ICND2 v2.0 is augmented by a virtual classroom presentation, which has additional slides and interactions for instructor use. In addition to the classic hardware-based lab, Cisco will offer a new set of Cisco Learning Lab Classroom Labs. ICND2 v2.0 focuses on understanding redundant topologies, troubleshooting common network issues, configuring EIGRP and multi-area OSPF in both IPv4 and IPv6, understanding Wide Area Network technologies, and becoming familiar with device management and Cisco licensing. The learner will encounter more troubleshooting and more lab time than with the previous version of ICND. Course Objectives Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives: Operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree Troubleshoot IP connectivity Configure and troubleshoot EIGRP in IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6 Configure and troubleshoot OSPF in IPv4 environment, and configure OSPF for IPv6 Define characteristics, functions and components of a WAN Describe SNMP, Syslog and Netflow, and manage Cisco device configurations, IOS images and licenses Course Outline Mod 0 Intro Mod 1 Review Mod 2 Implementing Scalable Medium-sized Networks Mod 3 Troubleshooting BAsic Connectivity Mod 4 Implementing an EIGRP-based Solution Mod 5 Implementing a Scalable Multiarea Network OSPF-Based solution Mod 6 Wide Area Networks Mod 7 Network Device Management Mod 8 ICND2 Superlab Who Should Attend Channel Partner / Reseller Customer Employee
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 45 Day(s) of CCNP Routing & Switching training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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CISCO BLUE Print CCNP ROUTING Module 1: Basic Network and Routing Concepts Module 2: EIGRP Implementation Module 3: OSPF Implementation Module 4: Configuration of Redistribution Module 5: Path Control Implementation Module 6: Enterprise Internet Connectivity Module 7: Routers and Routing Protocol Hardening CCNP SWITCHING Module 1: Basic Concepts and Network Design Module 2: Campus Network Architecture Module 3: Spanning Tree Implementation Module 4: Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing Module 5: Implementing High Availability Networks Module 6: First Hop Redundancy Implementation Module 7: Campus Network Security CCNP TSHOOT Module 1: Tools and Methodologies of Troubleshooting Module 2: Troubleshooting at SECHNIK Networking Ltd Module 3: Troubleshooting at TINC Garbage Disposal Ltd. Module 4: Troubleshooting at PILE Forensic Accounting Ltd Module 5: Troubleshooting at Bank of POLONA Ltd Module 6: Troubleshooting at RADULKO Transport Ltd The training will be based upon practical mostly
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 25 Day(s) of CCNA Security training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS) v3.0 is a 5-day instructor-led course presented by Cisco Learning Partners to end users and channel partner customers. The course focuses on security principles and technologies, using Cisco security products to provide hands-on examples. Using instructor-led discussions, extensive hands-on lab exercises, and supplemental materials, this course allows learners to understand common security concepts, and deploy basic security techniques utilizing a variety of popular security appliances within a �real-life� network infrastructure. Upon completion of the course, students will have the knowledge and skills to: Describe common network security concepts Secure routing and switching infrastructure Deploy basic authentication, authorization and accounting services Deploy basic firewalling services Deploy basic site-to-site and remote access VPN services Describe the use of more advanced security services such as intrusion protection, content security and identity management Course Outline Course Introduction Network Security Concepts Secure Network Devices Firewalls Virtual Private Networks Advanced Topics Who Should Attend Channel Partners Customers Employees
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 45 Day(s) of Telecom Transmission training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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4G Network 1. Background of LTE 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Evolution of mobile system before LTE 1.2.1. The First 3G Standardization 1.3. ITU Activities 1.3.1. IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced 1.3.2. Spectrum for IMT Systems 1.4. Drivers for LTE 1.5. Standardization of LTE 1.5.1. The Standardization Process 1.5.2. The 3GPP Process 1.5.3. The 3G Evolution to 4G 2. High Data Rates in Mobile Communication 2.1. High Data Rates: Fundamental Constraints 2.1.1. High Data Rates in Noise-Limited Scenarios 2.1.2. Higher Data Rates in Interference-Limited Scenarios 2.2. Higher Data Rates Within a Limited Bandwidth: Higher- Order Modulation 2.2.1. Higher-Order Modulation in Combination with Channel Coding 2.2.2. Variations in Instantaneous Transmit Power 2.3. Wider Bandwidth Including Multi-Carrier Transmission 2.3.1. Multi-Carrier Transmission 3. OFDM Transmission 3.1. Basic Principles of OFDM 3.2. OFDM Demodulation 3.3. OFDM implementation using IFFT/FFT Processing 3.4. Cyclic-Prefix Insertion 3.5. Frequency-domain model of OFDM transmission 3.6. Channel estimation and references symbols 3.7. Frequency Diversity with OFDM: Importance of channel coding 3.8. Selection of basic OFDM Parameter 3.8.1. OFDM Subcarrier Spacing 3.8.2. Number of Subcarriers 3.8.3. Cyclic-Prefix Length 3.9. Variation in instantaneous transmission Power 3.10. OFDM as a user-multiplexing and multiple-access scheme 3.11. Multi-Cell BROADCAST/MULTICAST transmission and OFDM 4. Wider-Band �Single-Carrier� Transmission 4.1. Equalization against radio-channel frequency selectivity 4.1.1. Time-Domain Linear Equalization 4.1.2. Frequency-Domain Equalization 4.1.3. Other Equalizer Strategies 4.2. Uplink FDMA with Flexible bandwidth assignment 4.3. DFT-Spread OFDM 4.3.1. Basic Principles 4.3.2. DFTS-OFDM Receiver 4.3.3. User Multiplexing with DFTS-OFDM 4.3.4. Distributed DFTS-OFDM 5. Multi-Antenna Techniques 5.1. Multi-Antenna Configuration 5.2. Benefits of Multi-Antenna Technique 5.3. Multiple Receive Antennas 5.4. Multiple Transmit Antennas 5.4.1. Transmit-Antenna Diversity 5.4.1.1. Delay Diversity 5.4.1.2. Cyclic-Delay Diversity 5.4.1.3. Diversity by Means of Space�Time Coding 5.4.1.4. Diversity by Means of Space�Frequency Coding 5.4.1.5. Transmitter-Side Beam-Forming 5.5. Spatial Multiplexing 5.5.1. Basic Principles 5.5.2. Precoder-Based Spatial Multiplexing 5.5.2.1. Nonlinear Receiver Processing 6. Scheduling, Link Adaptation, and Hybrid ARQ 6.1. Link Adaptation: Power and rate control 6.2. Channel-Dependent scheduling 6.2.1. Downlink Scheduling 6.2.2. Uplink Scheduling 6.2.3. Link Adaptation and Channel-Dependent Scheduling in the Frequency Domain 6.2.4. Acquiring on Channel-State Information 6.2.5. Traffic Behavior and Scheduling 6.3. Advance retransmission Scheme 6.4. Hybrid ARQ with soft combining 7. LTE Radio Access: An Overview 7.1. Basic Principle 7.1.1. Transmission Scheme 7.1.2. Channel-Dependent Scheduling and Rate Adaptation 7.1.3. Inter-Cell Interference Coordination 7.1.4. Hybrid ARQ with Soft Combining 7.1.5. Multi-Antenna Transmission 7.1.6. Spectrum Flexibility 7.2. LTE Release 9 7.2.1. Multicast and Broadcast Support 7.2.2. Positioning 7.2.3. Dual-Layer Beam-Forming 7.3. LTE Release10 and IMT-Advance 7.3.1. Carrier Aggregation 7.3.2. Extended Multi-Antenna Transmission 7.3.3. Relaying 7.3.4. Heterogeneous Deployments 7.4. Terminal Capabilities 8. Radio-Interface Architecture 8.1. Overall System Architecture 8.1.1. Core Network 8.1.2. Radio-Access Network 8.2. Radio Protocol Architecture 8.2.1. Radio-Link Control 8.2.2. Medium-Access Control 8.2.3. Physical Layer 8.3. Control-Plane Protocol 8.3.1. State Machine 9. Physical Transmission Resources 9.1. Overall Time�Frequency Structure 9.2. Normal Subframes and MBSFN Subframe. 9.3. Carrier Aggregation 9.4. Frequency-Domain Location of LTE Carriers 9.5. Duplex Scheme 9.5.1. Frequency-Division Duplex (FDD) 9.5.2. Time-Division Duplex (TDD) 9.5.3. LTE and TD-SCDMA Coexistence 10. Downlink Physical-Layer Processing 10.1. Transport-Channel Processing 10.1.1. Processing Steps 10.1.2. Localized and Distributed Resource Mapping 10.2. Downlink Reference Signals 10.2.1. Cell-Specific Reference Signals 10.2.2. Demodulation Reference Signals 10.2.3. CSI Reference Signals 10.3. Multi-Antenna Transmission 10.3.1. Transmit Diversity 10.3.2. Codebook-Based Precoding 10.3.2.1. Closed-Loop Operation 10.3.2.2. Open-Loop Operation 10.3.3. Non-Codebook-Based Precoding 10.3.4. Downlink Multi-User MIMO 10.3.4.1. MU-MIMO within Transmission Modes 8/9 10.3.4.2. MU-MIMO Based on CRS 10.4. Downlink L1/L2 Control Signaling 10.4.1. Physical Control Format Indicator Channel 10.4.2. Physical Hybrid-ARQ Indicator Channel 10.4.3. Physical Downlink Control Channel 10.4.4. Downlink Scheduling Assignment 10.4.5. Uplink Scheduling Grants 10.4.6. Carrier Aggregation and Cross-Carrier Scheduling 10.4.7. Power-Control Commands 10.4.8. PDCCH Processing 10.4.9. Blind Decoding of PDCCHs 11. Uplink Physical-Layer Processing 11.1. Transport-Channel Processing 11.1.1. Processing Steps 11.1.2. PUSCH Frequency Hopping 11.1.3. PUSCH Frequency Hopping 11.1.4. UPLINK REFERENCE SIGNALS 11.1.5. Uplink Demodulation Reference Signals 11.1.6. Uplink Sounding Reference Signals 11.2. Uplink Multi-Antenna Transmission 11.2.1. Precoder-Based Multi-Antenna Transmission for PUSCH 11.2.2. Uplink Multi-User MIMO 11.2.3. PUCCH Transmit Diversity 11.3. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling 11.3.1. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling on PUCCH 11.3.2. Uplink L1/L2 Control Signaling on PUSCH 11.4. Uplink Timing Alignment 12. Retransmission Protocols 12.1. Hybrid ARQ with soft Combining 12.1.1. Downlink Hybrid ARQ 12.1.2. Uplink Hybrid ARQ 12.1.3. Hybrid-ARQ Timing 12.2. Radio-Link Control 12.2.1. Segmentation, Concatenation, and Reassembly of RLC SDUs 12.2.2. RLC Retransmission 12.2.3. In-Sequence Delivery 12.2.4. RLC Operation 13. Power Control, Scheduling, and Interference Handling 13.1. Uplink Power Control 13.2. Scheduling and Rate Adaptation 13.2.1. Downlink Scheduling 13.2.2. Uplink Scheduling 13.2.3. Semi-Persistent Scheduling 13.2.4. Scheduling for Half-Duplex FDD 13.2.5. Channel-State Reporting 13.2.6. Discontinuous Reception (DRX) and Component Carrier Deactivation 13.3. Inter-Cell Interference Coordination 13.4. Heterogeneous network Deployments 14. Access Procedures 14.1. Acquisition and Cell Search 14.2. System Information 14.3. Random Access 14.3.1. Step 1: Random-Access Preamble Transmission 14.3.2. Step 2: Random-Access Response 14.3.3. Step 3: Terminal Identification 14.3.4. Step 4: Contention Resolution 14.4. PAGING 15. Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Services 15.1. Architecture 15.2. Overall Channel Structure and Physical-Layer Processing 15.3. Scheduling of MBMS Services 16. Relaying 16.1. Relays in LTE 16.2. Overall Architecture 16.3. Backhaul Design for Relaying 17. Spectrum and RF Characteristics 17.1. Spectrum For LTE 17.2. Flexible Spectrum Use 17.3. Flexible Channel Bandwidth Operation 17.4. Carrier Aggregation For LTE 17.5. Multi-Standard Radio Base Stations 17.6. Overview of RF Requirements for LTE 17.7. Output Power Level Requirements 17.7.1. Base-Station Output Power and Dynamic Range 17.7.2. UE Output Power and Dynamic Range 17.8. Transmitted Signal Quality 17.9. Unwanted Emission Requirements 17.10. Sensitivity and Dynamic Range 17.11. Receiver Susceptibility to Interfering Signals 18. Performance 18.1. Performance Assessment 18.2. Performance in Terms of Peak Data Rates and Latency 18.3. Performance Evaluation of LTE-Advance 18.4. Conclusion 19. Other Wireless Communications Systems 19.1. HSPA 19.2. GSM/EDGE 19.3. CDMA2000 AND HRPD/1x EV-DO 19.4. IEEE 802.16E, Mobile WiMAX AND 802.16 m 19.5. Summary 20. Final Thoughts 20.1. Where to go in the Future? 20.1.1. Advanced Multi-Cell Coordination 20.1.2. Network Energy Efficiency 20.1.3. Machine-Type Communication 20.1.4. New ways of Using Spectrum 20.1.5. Direct Device-to-Device Communication 20.2. Concluding Remarks
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 10 Day(s) of MPLS Protocol training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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MPLS 1. Basic MPLS Concepts 1.1. MPLS Architecture 1.2. MPLS Terminology 1.3. MPLS Labels 1.4. Label Switch Routers 1.5. LFIB and Outgoing Labels 1.6. MPLS and BGP 1.7. Label Distribution Protocols 2. L3VPN Components 2.1. Signalling (MPBGP) 2.2. VRF, RD & Route Targets 2.3. PE � CE Routing 3. L3VPN Core 3.1. Routing within the core with MPLS 3.2. MPLS BGP Design 3.3. VPNv4 Addressing 3.4. Support for existing Internet Routing 3.5. MPBGP update packets 3.6. Extended Communities 3.7. VPN Label Propagation 3.8. VPN Packet Forwarding in the core 3.9. Label Stack 3.10. Label PHP 4. MPLS VPN Mechanisms 4.1. Virtual Routing and Forwarding Tables 4.2. Routing Protocol Contexts 4.3. VPN Aware Routing Protocols 4.4. VRF Table 4.5. Route Propagation � Outbound for BGP and Non BGP Protocols 4.6. Route Propagation � Inbound for BGP and Non BGP Protocols 5. Address Translation 5.1. Scenarios 5.2. NAT-src 5.3. NAT-dst 5.4. VIP Addresses 5.5. MIP Addresses 5.6. Address Translation 6. VRF Configuration 6.1. Creating VRF�s 6.2. Assigning RD�s 6.3. Import and Export Route Targets 6.4. Assigning the VRF to an Interface 7. MP-IBGP Configuration 7.1. Configuring BGP Address Families 7.2. Configuring MP-IBGP between PE routers 7.3. MP-BGP Community Propagation 7.4. Disabling IPv4 Route Exchange 7.5. Configuring Route Reflectors 8. BGP as the PE-CE Routing Protocol 8.1. Benefits of BGP as the PE-CE protocol 8.2. Configuring per-VRF BGP Routing Context 8.3. Limiting the Number of Routes in a VRF 8.4. Limiting the Number of Prefixes received from a BGP neighbor 8.5. AS-Override 8.6. Hub and Spoke in MPLS VPN 8.7. Allow AS-IN 8.8. Site of Origin (SOO) for Loop Prevention 8.9. Selective Import 8.10. Selective Export 9. OSPF as the PE-CE Routing Protocol 9.1. OSPF Hierarchical Model 9.2. OPSF in a MPLS VPN Routing Model 9.3. OSPF Superbackbone 9.4. New BGP Extended Communities 9.5. Configuring PE-CE OSPF Routing 9.6. OSPF Down bit for Loop Prevention 9.7. OSPF Tag Field for Interdomain Loop Prevention 9.8. OSPF same and different Process ID�s 9.9. OSPF Sham Link 10. Other PE-CE Routing 10.1. Configuring Static PE-CE Routing 10.2. Configuring RIPv2 PE-CE Routing 10.3. Configuring EIGRP PE-CE Routing 11. Managed Services 11.1. NAT at the CE 11.2. NAT at the PE 11.3. Centralized NAT 11.4. Managed CE 11.5. PE-CE Link Monitoring 11.6. Internet Access through the VPN � Double Tagging 11.7. Internet Access through IPv4 BGP � Single Tagging 11.8. Route Servers for Enterprise peering with multiple SP�s 11.9. Intranet using MPLS 11.10. Extranet using MPLS 11.11. Hub & Spoke with Firewall 11.12. Nat & Managed Services 11.13. Internet Access using MPLS 11.14. Remote Access using MPLS 11.15. Route Servers 12. OSPF as the PE-CE Routing Protocol 12.1. OSPF Hierarchical Model 12.2. OPSF in a MPLS VPN Routing Model 12.3. OSPF Superbackbone 12.4. New BGP Extended Communities 12.5. Configuring PE-CE OSPF Routing 12.6. OSPF Down bit for Loop Prevention 12.7. OSPF Tag Field for Interdomain Loop Prevention 12.8. OSPF same and different Process ID�s 12.9. OSPF Sham Link 13. Inter-AS 13.1. Inter-AS Deployment Scenarios 13.2. Back to Back VRF�s 13.3. MP-EBGP for VPNv4 13.4. Multi-Hop EBGP between Route Reflectors 13.5. Non-VPN Transit Provider 14. CsC � Carrier Supporting Carrier 14.1. CsC Deployment Scenarios 14.2. Enabling MPLS n the PE-CE Interface 14.3. Customer ISP not running MPLS 14.4. Customer ISP running MPLS 14.5. Customer ISP running MPLS-VPN � Hierarchical VPN 15. MPLS � Traffic Engineering 15.1. Need for MPLS � TE 15.2. MPLS � TE Overview 15.3. Information Distribution for TE 15.4. Requirements for the IGP 15.5. OSPF Extensions for TE 15.6. IS-IS Extensions for TE 15.7. Flooding by the IGP 15.8. Maximum Reservable Bandwidth 15.9. Attribute Flags 15.10. TE Metric 15.11. Path Calculation 15.12. Path Setup Option 15.13. IP Explicit Address Exclusion 15.14. Setup and Holding Priority 15.15. Reoptimization 15.16. PCALC 15.17. Path Setup 15.18. RSVP and Labels 15.19. Record Route Object 15.20. Other Information carried by RSVP 15.21. RSVP Messages 15.22. Forwarding Traffic down the Tunnels 15.23. Static Routing 15.24. Policy Routing 15.25. Auto route Announce 15.26. TE Tunnels between PE Routers 15.27. TE Tunnels between P routers 15.28. FRR Link Protection 15.29. FRR Node Protection 16. MPLS QoS 16.1. Diffserv with IP packets 16.2. Diffserv with MPLS packets 16.3. Default MPLS QoS Behaviour 16.4. Diffserv Tunnelling Models 16.5. Pipe Model 16.6. Short Pipe Model 16.7. Uniform Model 16.8. Advantages of Diffserv Tunnelling Models 16.9. Diffserv Tunnelling Models Implementation 16.10. Recolouring the EXP field 17. Multicast VPN 17.1. MVPN Overview 17.2. MVNP Benefits 17.3. MVPN Terminology 17.4. Multicast Distribution Tree � MDT 17.5. The Default MDT 17.6. The Data MDT 17.7. MVPN Implementation 18. L2VPN 18.1. L2VPN Introduction 18.2. PWE3 � Pseudowire 18.3. OSPF Superbackbone 18.4. Layer 2 Tunnelling Options 18.5. IETF Models for L2VPN 18.6. Introduction to AToM 18.7. EoMPLS 18.8. FRoMPLS 18.9. MPLS AToM Case Studies Like to Like 18.10. MPLS AToM Case Studies Any to Any
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 30 Day(s) of Networking training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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EMF (Based on Narda tool) 1. Introduction to EMF 1.1. What is EMF 1.2. Why do we take EMF Measurement? 1.3. Aim of EMF measurement 2. EMF Exposure Zone 2.1. Definition of exposure 2.2. What are the levels of EMF exposure & zones 2.3. Compliance zone 2.4. Occupational zone 2.5. Exceedance zone 3. EMF Evaluation Technique 3.1. calculation method 3.2. broadband measurement method 4. How to make EMF Measurement Reports 4.1. d1 sheet 4.2. d2 sheet 4.3. Panoramic photos 4.4. Safety sinages 4.5. Layout 5. Broadband Measurement Method 5.1. Site data 5.2. Site overview 5.3. Technical parameter 5.4. Adjacent building data 5.5. Compliance by measurement 6. Term Cell Audit 6.1. Guidelines of department of telecommunication. 6.2. Up gradation of other operators 6.3. Self upgradation 6.4. New upgradation 7. RF SERVEY 7.1. Overview of sites and sectors. 7.2. Why do we do RF survey in telecom? 7.3. Drive test 7.4. Details of antennas (RTT, RTP, Wall mount) 7.5. Antenna tilting 7.6. Line of sight 7.7. Technical site survey report(TSSR) 8. Test Instruments Required in EMF 8.1. Narda Introduction 8.2. Safety mode 8.3. Power spectrum Analysis 8.4. Level Recorder
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 25 Day(s) of CCNA voice training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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Prerequisites ICND1, ICND2, IUWNE Course Content The goal of this 5-day course is to provide students with information and practice activities to prepare them to integrate VoWLAN services into the wireless network, implement QoS, as well as support multicast, video and high bandwidth applications into the wireless network. Course Objectives Upon completing this course, the learner should be able to meet these overall objectives: Module 1 - Voice over Wireless Architecture: Upon completing this module, the student should be able to describe the overall architecture that makes up a VoWLAN. Module 2 - Implement a VoWLAN: Upon completion of this module, the student should be able to configure infrastructure devices to implement a voice over wireless LAN. Module 3 - Implement QoS for Wireless Applications: Upon completion of this module, the student should be able to implement QoS in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network. Module 4 - Implement Multicast over Wireless: Upon completion of this module, the student should be able to implement multicast in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network. Module 5 - Prepare the Wireless Network for Video and High Bandwidth Applications: Upon completion of this module, the student should be able to describe how to prepare the wireless network for video and high-bandwidth applications. Course Outline Voice over Wireless Architecture Describing Traditional Voice Architecture Describing Voice as it Applies to the Wireless Network Designing Wireless for Voice Identifying and Describing other Design Considerations Verifying Voice Readiness Implement VoWLAN Configuring Wireless Client Devices Configuring a WLAN for Voice Describing Hardware and Software Requirements Configuring Infrastructure Devices for End-to-End Voice over Wireless Troubleshooting VoWLAN Implement QoS for Wireless Applications Identifying General Considerations for Wired QoS Describing Wireless QoS Deployment Schemes Configuring the Controller and Cisco WCS for QoS Understanding Current Best Practice Guidelines Implement Multicast over Wireless Understanding General Multicast Concepts Describing Implications for Multicast in 802.11 Configuring Multicast in a Wireless Network Troubleshooting Multicast in a Wireless Network Prepare the Wireless Network for Video and High-Bandwidth Applications Implementing QoS for Latency-Sensitive Applications Describing Benefits of 802.11n for Video Determining Bandwidth Requirements Understanding Interconnectivity for Devices on the Wired Side (QoS) Who Should Attend Channel Partner / Reseller Customer Employee
TIFRA Enterprises institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 30 Day(s) of CCNA training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

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CCNA Data Center Prerequisites Knowledge similar to that covered in Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) Course Content Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) helps prepare the learner for a CCNA Data Center exam certification. It covers Data Center Cisco technologies, including Unified Computing / virtualization and Unified Fabric (Nexus product family and Storage Networking). Interworking with Catalyst 6500 and non-Cisco products for the virtualization of the computing environment will also be covered. The course reflects the need to onboard a variety of learners who may be specialized in some of the Data Center technologies, but who need to be able to perform in a broader role. Course Objectives Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives: Describe and Verify Cisco Data Center Fundamentals Describe and Verify Cisco Data Virtualization Describe and Verify Cisco Data Center Storage Networking Describe and Verify Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric Describe and Verify Cisco Unified Computing System . Course Outline Module 1: Cisco Data Center Fundamentals Concepts (11 lessons) Module 2: Data Center Unified Fabric (5 lessons) Module 3: Storage Networking (8 lessons) Module 4: DC Virtualization (4 lessons) Module 5: Unified Computing (7 lessons) Who Should Attend Channel Partner / Reseller Customer Employee
ZIPHERTECH institute located at vashi in mumbai offers 8 Weeks of Business Analyst training course in Mumbai with 100% Placement Assistance.

Highly experienced Trainers from IT industry with minimum experience of 15 years of working with multinational companies. These are professionals who have hands on working experience as Business Analy

Business Analyst Training Program with Placement Assistance Benefits of Business Analyst Highly Paid Job Star of any project team Travel around the world High Level Exposure Faster Career Growth Earn Better For the position of Business Analyst we are looking at candidates with Relevant Experience as BA or Freshers and other experience candidates with CERTIFICATION IN BA. ​ Why Do I need do a Training Program to become a Business Analyst ?? The answer is very simple. To become a java programmer you need to know java similarly to become a business analyst you need to know - BA Methodologies Documentation Techniques Analysis Techniques Tools BA role and responsibilities The Business Analyst Program Structure Software Development Life Cycle What is Business Analysis? Who is a Business Analyst? Requirement Gathering Role and Responsibilities of Business Analyst Agile Development Methodology Waterfall Development Workflow Design Process Engineering Services v/s Products Documentation BRD/FRD/Use Cases/UserStories Field Matrix Gap Analysis Prototypes and Wire-framing Test case and Test Case Review Tools - Rally/Axure/Visio Change Requirements Workshops and Agile Workshops Client Management Presales Domain Knowledge Business Analysis Skills Communication Skills Content Presentation Resume Building Interview Skills Project Management/Scrum Master Mock Project Project Review Assessment and Certification

 

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