Session Border Controller
The Sonus SBC 1000/2000 course
is intended to provide attendees with a dive into enterprise voice and Lync environments that require highly
scalable and flexible SBCs to meet the needs of today’s advanced VoIP deployments. The course will start by
looking at the detailed technical positioning and advanced voice solutions using Sonus products, and continues with hands-on sessions configuring the SBC 1000 and 2000. Lync is focus of the second half of the course, looking at select telephony integration features and how they differ from previous deployments, including Branch Survivability using SBA.
Sonus SBC 5000 series and SWe training
is designed for networking professionals tasked with implementing converged voice and data solutions using session border controllers in their network. The hands-on training will address the hardware and software components used to create the SBC 5x00, the Embedded Management Application (EMA), call routing hierarchy, and how to
provision the SBC 5x00 for peer-to-peer call/session environments. The course also covers the provisioning of media interworking using transcoding for packet-to-packet scenarios.
PSX Routing Basics
is designed for translation engineers and routing specialists. This course teaches how to provision the ePSX and the PSX Policy Servers to perform call routing/translations. It teaches how to fill essential
database tables on the PSX Policy Server. Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to provision, test routes and configure the ePSX and PSX.
A number of PSX Advanced classes
are targeted at specialized provisioning requirements are offered at various times throughout the calendar year. All specialized training focuses on a particular provisioning item such as advanced routing, configuration for particular services or Least Cost Routing.
GSX Basics (GSXB)
is targeted at circuit switch provisioners. Through hands-on experience using the Insight EMS GUI this course teaches how to create, test and turn-up ISUP & ISDN PRI trunk groups, with an appendix covering NFAS and IP trunk groups. This course also covers an introduction to using Command Line Interface commands.
Network Monitoring Basics (NMB)
is targeted at Network Operations Center (NOC) personnel who want to know how to manage and monitor SNMP alarm messages generated by Sonus devices. The Network Troubleshooting Basics (NTB) teaches troubleshooting techniques for resolving connectivity and call processing problems in Sonus solutions. This course describes how to start from an alarm notification and diagnose a problem using software tools and log files, including call accounting records, call traces, and simulated policy requests. Students are asked to troubleshoot and resolve problems using sample information provided by the instructor.