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TOP LOC 1808 Networking Technologies

 

Productive systems, including telephony systems, are based on networks working with network technologies. Therefore Telephony Technicians and Technical Support Engineers installing, maintaining, supporting and troubleshooting telephony systems need appropriate knowledge regarding the protocols, mechanisms and technologies used in IT and telephony infrastructures.

Audience

Telephony Technicians and Technical Support Engineers

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Objectives

Productive systems, including telephony systems, are based on networks working with network technologies. Therefore Telephony Technicians and Technical Support Engineers installing, maintaining, supporting and troubleshooting telephony systems need appropriate knowledge regarding the protocols, mechanisms and technologies used in IT and telephony infrastructures.

Methods

Networking Technologies is an instructure lead course including practical excersis.

Content

Fundamentals of Network Communication

OSI-Model

Topologies (Bus, Star, Ring

Media (Twisted Pair, Fiber)

Media Access (CSMA/CD, Token-Passing)

Network Technologies (Ethernet, Token-Ring, FDDI, ATM)

Protocols (NetBIOS/NetBEUI, IPX/SPX, TCP/IP)

Network Components (Repeater, Bridge, Switch, Router, Gateway)

Peer-to-peer-Networking

Client/Server-Networking

Operating Systems

Duration

2 days

Dates

Dates on request

Certificate

Zertifikat der GRUNDIG AKADEMIE

Language

English