ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training

ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training

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Introduction:

ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training Course Description

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), a key component of Broadband ISDN (B-ISDN), is a widely deployed technology that is recognized for its multimedia capabilities and flexibility. However, it’s not an easy technology to master.

This in-depth two-day ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course is the second of our two courses on ATM. This ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course picks up where its predecessor leaves off, helping you greatly advance and expand your knowledge of ATM.

Duration: 2-3 days

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• If you are familiar with some aspects of ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

After completing this ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training course, attendees will be able to:

◾ Use the latest ATM terminology
◾ Keep up with the current spec efforts of the ATM Forum’s Working Groups (WG)
◾ PHY: Inverse Multiplexing for ATM, UTOPIA, multiPHY I/F, 2.4 Gbps
◾ Circuit Emulation Services: AAL1 & 2 trunking, NB trunking, DB-CES, AAL-CU
◾ Voice Telephony over ATM: NB trunking using AAL2 SSCS, VTOA to the Desktop
◾ Routing, addressing, internetworking (ASP, private, B-ISUP, Q.2931, AINI)
◾ LAN Emulation: LUNI enhancements, LNNI, new LANE MIBs, issues
◾ P-NNI : public/private internetworking, MIBs, Leaf-Initiated Joins (LIJs)
◾ Multi-Protocol Over ATM (MPOA): Architecture, operation, protocols, issues – versus layer 3 switching, Cisco’s Tag Switching and IETF’s MPLS
◾ Application Program Interface: UNI 4.0, SAP, semantics, Java.net, Winsock
◾ Residential Broadband: Architecture, services, HUNI, UNIx, ANI, VB5.x
◾ Network Management: M4 Interface Reqs, Logical MIBs, Network Element View
◾ Connectionless ATM, pre-reserved QoS bandwidth technology
◾ Knowledge to give you an early advantage over the competition
◾ Identify and pursue key issues and ask more penetrating questions
◾ Integrate your LAN, WAN networks with voice, video and FAX networks

ATM Advanced Training | Asynchronous Transfer Mode Advanced Training – Course Outlines:

Overview of ATM Forum (ATMF) Efforts

◾Quick review of new spec efforts
◾Anchorage, new approved specs, spec watch

Advanced ATM Physical (PHY) Layer Specs

◾Where do the new specs fit in the PHY layer?
◾New low-cost connectors for ATM campus nets
◾New PHY protocols: 622, 1000, 2498.32 Gbps
◾Inverse Multiplexing for ATM: Business case
◾Performance objectives and availability
◾IMA architecture: Version 1.x, MIB
◾Serial UTOPIA, MultiPHY

ATM Forum’s User-Network Interface

◾Its scope, purpose, bearer service attributes and QoS
◾Setting up an SVC: Parameters, protocols, elements
◾2931, UPC, CAC, NPC, QoS, CLP
◾UNI vers. 3.1/4.0/4.1, Spec’d and Unspec’d QoSs
◾Specs for SONET and 44.736 Mbps at public UNI
◾Specs for 100, 155.52 and 51 Mbps at private UNI

ATMF Routing and Addressing (RA) Developments

◾ATM addressing standards: AESA, DCC, E.164 N/e/A, ICD, local
◾Four examples of addressing in connections
◾Transported Number Stack (TNS)
◾Address types for different network types
◾Internetworking addressing examples
◾AINI: ATM Internetworking Interface
◾Peers, non-peers and Transit networks
◾ASP-ASP, Private-Private, bi-level addressing, all BISUP, mixed
◾2931 and BISUP

LAN Emulation (LANE) Developments

◾Quick review of LANE version 1 technology
◾LANE v2 summary: New services, features, support
◾LUNI (LANE User Network Interface) version 2
◾LLC Multiplexing, TLVs, Multicasting, QoS
◾LNNI (LANE Network Network Interface) & MIB
◾Architecture, protocol layers, topology, protocols
◾Functions and Services: AALs, Connection Management, Layer
◾Management, SCSP services
◾Protocols and procedures: LECs to LECs, LES initialization and configuration, connection
◾BUS forwarding: Multicast and unicast traffic

PNNI (Private Network Network I/F) Developments

◾PNNI review: Addressing, DTLs, ‘crankback’
◾PNNI databases, PTSPs and PTSEs
◾PAR: PNNI Augmented Routing
◾PPAR: Proxy PAR
◾PNNI enhancements & new PNNI MIBs

Multi-Protocol Over ATM (MPOA) Developments

◾Purpose, evolution, requirements
◾MPOA alternatives: Tag Switching, MPLS
◾MPOA architecture: MPS, NHRP, MPC, ROLC
◾Operation: MPC-MPS, MPS-MPS, MPC-MPC control
◾MPOA data flows : MPC-MPC, MPC-NHC
◾Configuration, discovery, MPOA-NHRP resolution
◾Shortcut traffic Data Frame Encapsulations
◾MPOA Data Plane Purge mechanism
◾Ambiguities: Info at ingress and egress MPCs
◾Do new switch routers make MPOA irrelevant?

ATMF’s Residential Broadband (RBB)

◾RBB Architectural Framework: Five parts
◾Services, interfaces (HUNI, UNIx, ANI), HAN
◾ATM Access Circuits: HFC & PON; connectors
◾Alternative access circuits: ADSL, VDSL

Network Management (NM) Spec Update

◾Summary review of management models (for SNMP, OSI CMIP/TMN), trade-offs, ILMI MIBs
◾ATM M1 – M5 management responsibilities
◾M4: Architecture and SNMP/CMIP MIBs
◾Network View (NV) interface
◾Network Element Management interface: Reqs
◾New MIBs: CES, IMA, LANE, MPOA, PNNI, AALs

Native ATM Connectionless Service (CLS)

◾Applications for short lived data exchanges
◾Comparison of CLS to MPOA, MPLS, I.364

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