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Located at 2/7 Uday shankar Bithi, City Centre Durgapur West Bengal-713216
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VoIP & SIP course Content / syllabus in west-bengal

Below is the VoIP & SIP course content in west-bengal used by the training institutes as part of the VoIP & SIP course training. The VoIP & SIP course syllabus covers basic to advanced level course contents which is used by most of VoIP & SIP training classes in west-bengal .


I.Module One: Introduction to SIP
1.The role of Signalling in Multimedia Communications Networks
2.Introduction to Session Initiation Protocol
3.Basic SIP Call Flow
4.Role of Session Description Protocol: SDP
5.IETF Standards Development
6.Current Trends in SIP Standards development
7.Introduction to RFC 3261
8.Core relevant SIP RFCs Reviewed
9.Signalling vs Transport
10.Multimedia Transport Considerations
11.Layer 2/IP/UDP/RTP/Codec
12.Nature of RTP Stream
13.RTP socket selection
14.Role of RTCP
15.NAT Traversal Considerations
16.Other Signalling Protocols
17.H.323, MGCP, IAX2, Vendor Specific
18.Signalling in the PSTN
19.Overview of SS7 Operation
20.SS7 Call Flow examples

II.Module Two: SIP Operational Overview
2.Application Layer Protocol
3.Comparison with HTTP
4.SIP User Agent
5.UAC/UAS model
6.SIP Servers
7.The need for a Proxy Server
8.Registration Server Function
9.Redirect & Location Server
10.Examples of SIP devices
A.SIP Terminals & Phones
B.SIP Servers & IP PBX devices
C.SIP PSTN Gateways
D.Session Border Controllers
11.B2BUA Considerations
12.NAT Traversal Challenge & Options
13.ICE/STUN/TURN Explained
14.DNS & SIP
A.DNS Operations with SIP

III.Model Three SIP Architecture
1.The Request / Response Model
2.Information Contained in the SDP
3.The nature of SIP Methods and numbered response messages
4.SIP Header Overview
A.SIP Request / Status Line
B.Required Header Fields
i.Via, To/From/Contact, Call‐ID, etc.
5.SIP Message
A.Call Flow Diagram of REGISTER Method with MD5 Authentication Process
A.Map Call Flows for various INVITE Methods, including basic call setup, transfer, third party
B.call control, etc. Examples of SDP carried by INVITE & 200OK
9.Operational use of other SIP Methods
10.SIP Response Messages
A.100, 180 Ringing, 182, 183
C.300, 302 Redirect operational call flow examples, others
D.400, 500, 600 various responses

IV.Module Four: SIP Call Flows
1.SIP Call Flow Diagrams
2.PBX Feature Replication
3.SIP Call Flows for Core PBX features
4.Transfer, Hold, VM, MoH, Etc.
5.Third Party Call Control

V.Module Five SIP & SS7 Integration
1.SS7 Overview
2.Q.Sig, Q.931, CAS considerations
3.Issues with T‐1 vs PRI connectivity at PSTN Gateway
4.E911 Implementation Considerations & Troubleshooting
5.SIP / PSTN Call Flows
6.SIP to SS7, SS7 to SIP

VI.Module Six: SIP Trunking
1.Practical Implementation of SIP Trunking
2.Regulatory & E911
3.IP PBX Deployment Example
4.SIP Addressing for PSTN Integration
5.E.164 Number integration
6.SIP Trunking Considerations
7.Privacy & SIP Proxy Servers
8.Trusted Domain
9.RFC 3325 Overview
10.Privacy Header
11.P‐Asserted‐Identity Header
12.P‐Preferred‐Identity Header
14.NAT Traversal
15.The role of the ITSP

VII.Module Seven: SIP Security
1.Default use of MD5 Authentication
2.Role in preventing Replay Attacks
3.How to Determine Level of Exposure
4.Use of ACL with SIP
5.Authenticated Identity Body Applications for Security in RFC 3893
6.Signalling & Media Security Considerations
7.SIPS, TLS, IPsec


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