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1 Mobile Packet Backbone Network Training Programs Catalog of Course Descriptions

2 Page 2 Catalog of Course Descriptions INTRODUCTION... 6 MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R5.1 DELTA... 7 MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) CONCEPTS MOBILE-PBN R6.0 DELTA MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (MOBILE-PBN) CONCEPTS 6.0 JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (MOBILE-PBN) CONCEPTS 6.0 (REDBACK TRACK) SMARTEDGE R5 ADD-ON MPLS L3 USING IS-IS INFRASTRUCTURE CONFIGURATION AND MONITORING MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - REDBACK TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 NETWORK VIEW (REDBACK TRACK) MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - TRANSPORT BACKBONE (REDBACK TRACK) MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 OVERVIEW (REDBACK TRACK) MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 OVERVIEW (JUNIPER TRACK) Commercial in Confidence

3 Page 3 MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 NETWORK VIEW (JUNIPER TRACK) MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - TRANSPORT BACKBONE (JUNIPER TRACK) MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS IMS MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R6.1 CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - REDBACK TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - IMS - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - IMS - REDBACK TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - REDBACK TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) R7.0 CONCEPTS - REDBACK TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - SMARTEDGE TRACK Commercial in Confidence

4 Page 4 MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - SMARTEDGE TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - SMARTEDGE TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) 2009B CONCEPTS - IMS MOBILE PACKET BACKBONE NETWORK (M-PBN) OPERATIONS & CONFIGURATION IP NETWORKING IP QUALITY OF SERVICE AND MPLS IP SECURITY VOICE AND VIDEO OVER IP IPV6 NETWORKING IPV6 ROUTING IPV6 QUALITY OF SERVICE IPV6 SECURITY M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - SMARTEDGE TRACK M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - SMARTEDGE TRACK Commercial in Confidence

5 Page 5 M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - SMARTEDGE TRACK M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - JUNIPER TRACK M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - CIRCUIT SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - PACKET SWITCHED - JUNIPER TRACK M-PBN 2010A CONCEPTS - IMS Commercial in Confidence

6 Page 6 Introduction Ericsson has developed a comprehensive Training Programs service to satisfy the competence needs of our customers, from exploring new business opportunities to expertise required for operating a network. The Training Programs service is delineated into packages that have been developed to offer clearly defined, yet flexible training to target system and technology areas. Each package is divided into flows, to target specific functional areas within your organization for optimal benefits. Service delivery is supported using various delivery methods including: Icon Delivery Method Instructor Led Training (ILT) Seminar (SEM) Workshop (WS) Virtual Classroom Training (VCT) Web Based Learning (WBL) Structured Knowledge Transfer (SKT) Delivery Enablers Remote Training Lab (RTL) Commercial in Confidence

7 Mobile Packet Backbone Network (M-PBN) R5.1 Delta (Note: contracted customers only!) LZU R1A Description Do you wish to know the advantages of the new and enhanced features introduced in M- PBN R5.1. If so, this is the course for you. It addresses the impact of the M-PBN R5.1 implementation in Circuit Switch, Packet Switch, Network View and Transport Network on M- PBN R5.1. It also addresses new features supported by Mobile-PBN R5.1 :connectivity solutions for Nb over IP and IMS R4.0, Signaling over IP enhancements and improved adaptability to multi-vendor based backbones. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain the enhancements to the Mobile-PBN R Highlights of Mobile-PBN R High level changes overview in Mobile-PBN R5.1 2 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 in CS 2.1 Overview of MSS Support for SS7 over IP 2.3 Support for MSC Pool 2.4 Support for Sigtran in WCDMA RAN P5 3 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 in PS 3.1 Describe the new and enhanced GGSN R4 features 3.2 Identify the new ATB Firewall 3.3 Understand SGSN in Pool for WCDMA 3.4 Identify the new X450A Layer 3 Switches 4 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 for O&M 4.1 Enhancements in Mobile-PBN R New features in HP/OpenView Suite 4.3 Description of interconnections 4.4 Performance Management / KPI 5 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 Security 5.1 Firewall Selection 5.2 Core Network (CN) SS7 Security 5.3 Virtual Systems (VSYS) Implementation in the Firewalls 5.4 Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDP)

8 5.5 Firewall Policy Guidelines 6 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 Site Infrastructure & Access 6.1 Changes in Mobile-PBN R Extreme Network s L3 Switches proposed for Primary and Secondary Sites 6.3 Changes in QoS Design 6.4 Node KPI Overview 6.5 GSM & GPRS Access 6.6 WCDMA Access 7 Explain the enhancements to the M-PBN R5.1 Backbone 7.1 Changes in the backbone design 7.2 Revised Traffic Engineering for e2e RSVP 7.3 MPLS Triple Push Implications 7.4 Introduction of the Juniper Network s M120 Router 7.5 KPI Classifications Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Designers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Design Engineers, System Engineers. Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with: Competence in IP (MPLS VPNs, L2VPNs, IP QoS, routing (OSPF, BGP, IS-IS), VLAN tagging, etc Competence in ATM (AAL2, AAL5, QoS) Competence in CS and PS for WCDMA and GSM (Core Network Features of GSNs, MSS including Interfaces, routing features, O&M). Competence in SS7 Signaling and SIGTRAN. Competence in M-PBN R5.0 Duration and class size The length of the course is 1 days and the maximum number of participants is 16. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom. Commercial in Confidence

9 Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated time 1 Introduction 0.5h Circuit Switch Core Delta 1h Packet Switch Core delta 1h O&M Delta 1h Security Delta 1h Site Infrastructure & Access 1h Backbone 0.5h Commercial in Confidence

10 Mobile Packet Backbone Network (M-PBN) Concepts 5.1 (Note: contracted customers only!) LZU R1A Description Your network is based on M-PBN R5.1 and you need to understand the concepts? Then this course is for you. It provides an insight and understanding of the M-PBN R5.1 architecture, concepts and design. You will learn about the scope of the M-PBN R5.1 reference network, the products involved as well as applied concepts and designs. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will have understood the Mobile-PBN R5.1 network designs and will be able to use this knowledge to appreciate and recognize the concepts in their network. The participants will understand the main concepts under the M-PBN R5.1 Solution: Modularity, Scalabilty, Resilience, Security, QoS etc. On completion of this course the participants will be able to Module 1: M-PBN R5.1 Overview 1 Explain the overview of the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R5.1 (M- PBN R5.1) 1.1 Explain the challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure 1.2 Detail the advantages of design modularity 2 Explain the M-PBN R5.1 solution and products 2.1 Explain two M-PBN R5.1 solution variants 2.2 Identify the infrastructure nodes in the M-PBN 5.1 model 3 Explain the M-PBN R5.1 Reference Network design 3.1 Identify the nodes in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R5.1 (M-PBN R5.1) 3.2 Explain the connectivity requirements 3.3 Identify the site infrastructure requirements

11 4 Explain the basics of the technology used in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R5.1 (M-PBN R5.1) 4.1 Explain the connectivity requirements 4.2 Identify the site infrastructure requirements 5 Explain the customer case requirements 5.1 Explain the customer benefits of M-PBN R5.1 solution Module 2: M-PBN R5.1 Circuit Switched (CS) 1 Explain the M-PBN R5.1 Scope and Requirement 1.1 Explain M-PBN R5.1 CS solution scope and goals 1.2 Describe CS requirements on IP transport backbone 1.3 Describe M-PBN R5.1 backbone technology choice 2 Explain SS7 over IP signaling design goals and architecture 2.1 Describe physical and IP connectivity 2.2 Describe SCTP layer 2.3 Describe M3UA and MTP3b layer scenarios 3 Explain MSS R4.2 GSM over IP network and protocol 3.1 Describe CS optimal IP transport technology choice 3.2 Describe optimal M-MGw selection, control layer and remote TDM, admission control 3.3 Explain network redundancy 3.4 Describe physical and IP connectivity 4 Explain different MSS migration scenarios 4.1 Describe different classical MSC TDM to MSS IP migration scenarios 4.2 Describe MSS TDM to MSS IP migration 4.3 Describe MSS ATM to MSS IP migration Module 3: M-PBN R5.1 Packet Switched (PS) 1 Describe the advantages of SGSN pool 1.1 Explain the traffic cases of SGSN pool design guidelines 1.2 Describe protocol stack of IuPS interface 1.3 Explain connectivity options from RNC to SGSN 1.4 Describe protocol stack of Gb interface 1.5 Explain local and remote scenarios for Gb over IP 1.6 Explain local and remote scenarios for Gb over FR 1.7 Describe the design guidelines for Gb interface 2 Describe physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface 2.1 Explain the routing architecture of Gn interface 2.2 Describe physical and logical connectivity of roaming 2009

12 2.3 Explain the routing architecture of roaming 2.4 Describe DNS 3 usage cases 2.5 Describe DNS physical and logical connectivity 2.6 Describe DNS failover cases 3 Describe Gi interface design issues like: MS IP address allocation, Subscriber authentication, Accounting etc. 3.1 Describe the technologies used in traffic separation. 3.2 Describe the Gi Direct solution. 3.3 Describe the Gi Indirect solution 3.4 Understand Inband and Outband Radius server implementation Module 4: M-PBN R5.1 Network View 1 Describe the various levels of abstraction used to achieve logical modularization of the M-PBN R5.1 design. 1.1 List the various Network Modules within the M-PBN R5.1 design solution 2 Explain the Security Solution as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile-Packet Backbone Network. 2.1 Describe the Security Domain Network Security 2.2 Describe the Security Services applied for different traffic types 2.3 Describe Security Management 3 Explain the O&M Network design as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile- Packet Backbone Network. 3.1 Describe the Mobile-PBN R5.1 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) network used for transport of management traffic between network elements and O&M application servers residing in a Network Operation Center (NOC) for the Medium/Large Network Solutions 4 Describe the charging solution for M-PBN R Describe how to place and integrate the Charging System 3.0 and Multi-Mediation 4.0 in the Mobile Packet Backbone Network. 4.2 Describe the connectivity (interfaces, required protocols, and the mechanisms for transferring charging information) between the Core Network Elements as included in Mobile-PBN and the needed charging systems 5 Explain the general QoS purpose 5.1 Describe the 3GPP QoS model 5.2 Describe the M-PBN QoS solution Module 5: M-PBN R5.1 Transport Backbone 1 Describe M-PBN R5.1 transport backbone solution scope and requirement 1.1 Describe M-PBN R5.1 transport backbone solution scope and limitations 2009

13 1.2 Describe client requirements on transport backbone 2 Describe site infrastructure scope and purpose 2.1 Describe M-PBN site switch hardware options 2.2 Describe site infrastructure Ethernet connectivity and VLAN traffic separation principles and security design 2.3 Describe site switch redundancy mechanisms and design for high availability 2.4 Describe the Site Infrastructure QoS 3 Explain client modules connectivity options 3.1 Describe backbone connectivity for the Access network client modules: WCDMA and GPRS 3.2 Describe backbone connectivity for the Core network client modules: AAL2, Gn and SS7 3.3 Describe backbone connectivity for the External network client modules: Gi Corporate 4 Describe M-PBN transport backbone module design 4.1 Describe M-PBN intra-site and inter-site connectivity choices 4.2 Explain IGP, internal BGP and client NW routing choice in M-PBN backbone routing design 4.3 Explain the 2 Options in M-PBN IP/MPLS transport backbone design 4.4 Explain M-PBN QoS solution in transport backbone 4.5 Describe availability considerations 5 Describe the Optional Cisco Adaptation in Ericsson s M-PBN R Identify the Cisco nodes that are required for the Site Infrastructure 5.2 Identify the Cisco nodes that are required for the Backbone 5.3 Describe the Routing Protocols implemented in this adaptation 6 Describe the ATM option in Ericsson s M-PBN R Describe the connectivity solutions for customers with the ATM option Module 6: M-IMS in M-PBN R5.1 1 Describe M-IMS R4.0 in M-PBN R5 s solution scope and requirements 1.1 Describe M-IMS R4.0 in M-PBN R5 s solution scope 1.2 Describe M-IMS R4.0 in M-PBN R5 s limitations 2 Describe the IMS Architecture 2.1 Explain the 3GPP Architecture Evolution (R99 to R5) 2.2 Explain the End-to-End M-IMS QoS Architecture 2.3 Describe the Policy Enforcement 2.4 Identify the Public and Private User Identities 3 Explain the reason for the M-IMS IP Infrastructure 2009

14 3.1 Describe the nodes in The Network Reference Model (TNRM) 3.2 Describe the main changes in M-IMS R4 3.3 Describe the role of the IS Platform 3.4 Describe the Security aspects in M-IMS 4 Describe Traffic Flows in M-IMS 4.1 Explain the Registration Process 4.2 Describe the CSCF Discovery 4.3 Explain the Session Establishment Process 5 Describe the IMS Reference Points 5.1 Describe the Service Traffic 5.2 Describe IMS Reference Point for O&M Traffic for Extreme and Ericsson s IS 5.3 Describe the functionality of the idns and edns 5.4 Describe the connectivity for Extreme nodes 5.5 Describe the connectivity for Ericsson s IS nodes Course Contents The course consists of six modules. Each of the modules has a duration of 1 day: Module 1: M-PBN R5.1 Overview Challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network (M-PBN) Introduction Ericsson M-PBN Design overview and network nodes selection criteria Overview of the different technology used in the M-PBN such as IP, ATM, MPLS, VPNs and SONET/SDH Discussion of a customer sucsses story Module 2: M-PBN R5.1 Circuit Switched (CS) M-PBN CS solution scope and requirements CS specific technology introduction: MSS layered architecture nodes and protocols, SS7 over IP, M-MGw selection and bearer setup, voice compression, admission control, MSC Pool MSS WCDMA and GSM CS solution with ATM transport MSS WCDMA/GSM CS solution with IP transport and signaling Migration to MSS Module 3: M-PBN R5.1 Packet Switched (PS) WCDMA/GSM GRPS networks DNS concept and DNS approach in M-PBN IPv6 features, addressing and packet encapsulation in M-PBN 2009

15 Local and remote scenarios for Gb over FR and Gb over IP SGSN pool in M-PBN Connectivity options from RNC to SGSN Physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface, routing architecture for the Gn interface, roaming Gi Interface Design Issues Scenarios for Corporate Access Module 4: M-PBN R5.1 Network View Network Modules Overview M-PBN Security M-PBN O&M Network Charging (incl. SACC overview) M-PBN Quality of Service Module 5: M-PBN R5.1 Transport Backbone Transport backbone technology choice Site infrastructure design Client module connectivity to backbone for CS and PS Access, Core and External networks IP/MPLS backbone design QoS (backbone specific) Module 6: M-IMS in M-PBN R5.1 Describe M-IMS R4.0 in M-PBN R5 s solution scope Understand the 3GPP Architecture Evolution (R99 to R5) Understand the IMS Architecture Explain the End-to-End M-IMS QoS Architecture Understand the Registration Process and Describe the CSCF Discovery Understand the Session Establishment Process Describe Traffic Flows in M-IMS Describe the IMS Reference Points Understand the functionality of the idns and edns Describe the connectivity for Extreme nodes and Ericsson s IS nodes 2009

16 Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Designers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Design Engineers, System Engineers. Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with: Competence in IP (MPLS VPNs, L2VPNs, IP QoS, routing (OSPF, BGP, IS-IS), VLAN tagging, etc Competence in ATM (AAL2, AAL5, QoS) Competence in CS and PS for WCDMA and GSM (Core Network Features of GSNs, MSS including Interfaces, routing features, O&M). Competence in SS7 Signaling and SIGTRAN. Duration and class size The length of the course is 6 days if all modules are taken, and the maximum number of participants is 16. Modules can be taken in the following combinations: For focus on CS: 1+2 or or For focus on PS: 1+3 or or For backbone focus only: 1+5 For CS and PS (without backbone): For focus on PS and IMS: or or Complete scope: Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom. 2009

17 Mobile-PBN R6.0 Delta (Note: contracted customers only!) LZU R1A Description Do you wish to know the advantages of the new and enhanced features introduced in M- PBN R6.0 If so, this is the course for you. It addresses the impact of the M-PBN R6.0 implementation in Circuit Switch, Packet Switch, Infrastructure and Transport Network on M- PBN R6.0 based on Juniper Routers. It also describes new products verified and supported by Mobile-PBN R6.0. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Describe the Products that have been verified with Mobile-PBN R6.0 2 Explain the Packet Switching updates 2.1 Describe the logical and physical connections with SGSN R8 2.2 Describe the design for 3GDT solution 2.3 Explain alternative design solutions for the Gi Internet firewall 3 Explain the changes in supported nodes and upgrade solution for MSS in Circuit Switching solution 4 Describe changes to the Site Infrastructure and Backbone solution 4.1 Describe the new Juniper Products supported 4.2 Describe changes to the MPLS Backbone design 4.3 Explain the IGP choice 4.4 Explain Link Scalability 4.5 Explain Carrier Ethernet solutions as alternatives 4.6 Describe Juniper-Redback interoperability 5 Describe other features changes such including O&M Network,Charging and IMS solutions Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Designers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Design Engineers, System Engineers Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with: Competence in IP (MPLS VPNs, L2VPNs, IP QoS, routing (OSPF, BGP, IS-IS), VLAN tagging, etc 17

18 Competence in ATM (AAL2, AAL5, QoS) Competence in CS and PS for WCDMA and GSM (Core Network Features of GSNs, MSS including Interfaces, routing features, O&M). Competence in SS7 Signaling and SIGTRAN. Competence in M-PBN R5.0 or R5.1 Duration and class size The length of the course is 1 days and the maximum number of participants is 16 Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom. Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated time 1 Products that have been verified with Mobile-PBN R mins Packet Switching updates 1 hour 30 mins Circuit Switching updates 30 mins Infrastructure and Backbone 1 hour 30 mins Other features 1 hour

19 Mobile Packet Backbone Network (Mobile-PBN) Concepts 6.0 Juniper Track (Note: contracted customers only!) LZU R1A Description Your network is based on Mobile-PBN R6.0 with Juniper routers and you need to understand the concepts? Then this course is for you. It provides an insight and understanding of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 architecture, concepts and design. You will learn about the scope of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 reference network based on Juniper, the products involved as well as applied concepts and designs. You also will learn about Ericsson s IMS and its connectivity into the M-PBN Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will have understood the Mobile-PBN R6.0 network designs and will be able to use this knowledge to appreciate and recognize the concepts in their network. The participants will understand the main concepts under the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Solution: Modularity, Scalabilty, Resilience, Security and QoS. Module 1: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Overview 1 Explain the overview of the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.0 (Mobile-PBN R6.0 Juniper Track) 2 Explain the challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure 3 Detail the advantages of design modularity 4 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 solution and products 5 Explain two Mobile-PBN R6.0 solution variants 6 Identify the infrastructure nodes in the Mobile-PBN 6.0 model 7 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Reference Network design 8 Identify the nodes in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.0 (Mobil PBN R6.0 Juniper Track) 9 Explain the connectivity requirements 10 Identify the site infrastructure requirements

20 11 Explain the basics of the technology used in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.0 (Mobile-PBN R6.0 Juniper Track) 12 Explain the connectivity requirements 13 Identify the site infrastructure requirements Module 2: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Network View 1 Describe the various levels of abstraction used to achieve logical modularization of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 design. 2 List the various Network Modules within the Mobile-PBN R6.0 design solution 3 Explain the new Security Solution as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile- Packet Backbone Network. 4 Describe the Security Domain Network Security 5 Describe the Security Design Options available. 6 Describe the Security Services applied for different traffic types 7 Describe Security Management 8 Explain the O&M Network design as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile- Packet Backbone Network. 9 Describe the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) network used for transport of management traffic between network elements and O&M application servers residing in a Network Operation Center (NOC) for the Medium/Large Network Solutions 10 Describe the Juniper O&M Solution 11 Describe the charging solution for Mobile-PBN R Describe how to place and integrate the Charging System 4.0 and Multi-Mediation 5.0 in the Mobile Packet Backbone Network. 13 Describe the charging solutions based on SASN R6 or SACC Describe the connectivity (interfaces, required protocols, and the mechanisms for transferring charging information) between the Core Network Elements as included in Mobile-PBN and the needed charging systems 15 Explain the general QoS purpose 16 Describe the 3GPP QoS model 17 Describe the Mobile-PBN QoS solution 18 Describe the Juniper Routers QoS solution Module 3: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Transport Backbone 1 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 transport backbone solution scope and requirement 2 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 transport backbone solution scope and limitations 3 Describe client requirements on transport backbone 4 Describe site infrastructure scope and purpose 5 Describe Mobile-PBN site switch hardware options 6 Describe site infrastructure Ethernet connectivity and VLAN traffic separation principles and security design 7 Describe site switch redundancy mechanisms and design for high availability 8 Describe the Site Infrastructure QoS 2009

21 9 Explain client modules connectivity options 10 Describe backbone connectivity for the Access network client modules: WCDMA and GPRS 11 Describe backbone connectivity for the Core network client modules: AAL2, Gn and SS7 12 Describe backbone connectivity for the External network client modules: Gi Corporate 13 Describe Mobile-PBN transport backbone module design 14 Describe Mobile-PBN intra-site and inter-site connectivity choices 15 Explain IGP, internal BGP and client NW routing choice in Mobile-PBN backbone routing design 16 Explain the chosen solution in Mobile-PBN IP/MPLS transport backbone design 17 Explain Mobile-PBN QoS solution in transport backbone 18 Describe availability considerations 19 Describe the design solution based on Carrier Ethernet 20 Describe Juniper-Redback Interoperability Module 4: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Circuit Switched (CS) 1 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Scope and Requirement 2 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.0 CS solution scope and goals 3 Describe CS requirements on IP transport backbone 4 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 backbone technology choice 5 Explain SS7 over IP signaling design goals and architecture 6 Describe physical and IP connectivity 7 Describe SCTP layer 8 Describe M3UA and MTP3b layer scenarios 9 Explain MSS R4.2 GSM over IP network and protocol 10 Describe CS optimal IP transport technology choice 11 Describe optimal M-MGw selection, control layer and remote TDM, admission control 12 Explain network redundancy 13 Describe physical and IP connectivity 14 Explain different MSS migration scenarios 15 Describe different classical MSC TDM to MSS IP migration scenarios 16 Describe MSS TDM to MSS IP migration 17 Describe MSS ATM to MSS IP migration 18 Explain the different possible MSS migration scenarios 19 Describe the principles & guidelines to migrate to Mobile-PBN R6.0 Module 5: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Packet Switched (PS) 1 Describe the advantages of SGSN pool 2 Explain the traffic cases of SGSN pool design guidelines 3 Describe protocol stack of IuPS interface 2009

22 4 Describe protocol stack of Gb interface 5 Explain scenario for Gb over IP 6 Describe the design guidelines for Gb interface 7 Explain scenarios for Iu over IP 8 Explain scenarios for Iur over IP 9 Describe 3GDT 10 Describe physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface 11 Explain the routing architecture of Gn interface 12 Describe physical and logical connectivity of roaming 13 Explain the routing architecture of roaming 14 Describe DNS 3 usage cases 15 Describe DNS physical and logical connectivity 16 Describe DNS failover cases 17 Describe Gi interface design issues like: MS IP address allocation, Subscriber authentication, Accounting etc. 18 Describe the technologies used in traffic separation. 19 Describe the Gi Direct solution. 20 Describe the Gi Indirect solution 21 Understand Inband and Outband Radius server implementation 22 Describe the Gi Internet Firewall Solution 23 Describe the NPAT solution Module 6: Mobile-PBN R6.0 IMS 1 Describe the IMS system 2 Explain what multimedia is 3 Briefly describe the IMS solutions, IMT, PTT, and weshare 4 Explain where IMS is positioned within the total telecoms picture 5 List some operator and end-user benefits of IMS. 6 Describe Ericsson IMS Solution Scope in Mobile-PBN R6.0 7 Describe the Ericsson IMS solution 8 Describe the components in IMS Common System 9 Describe the nodes included in IMS common system 10 Describe the IMS Application Subsystem 11 Understand what are security areas 12 Describe what are Security Zones 13 Describe what are Security Domains 14 Describe the IMS O&M Solution 15 Describe the O&M Security 16 Describe the Physical connectivity for the IMS nodes 17 Describe the Logical connectivity 18 Describe IP Routing in IMS nodes 19 Understand the QoS Recommendations for IMS 20 Understand the Registration Process 21 Describe the CSCF Discovery 22 Understand the Session Establishment Process 23 Describe Traffic Flows in M-IMS 2009

23 Course Contents The course consists of five modules. Each of the modules has a duration of 1 day: Module 1: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Overview Challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network (Mobile-PBN) Introduction Ericsson Mobile-PBN Design overview and network nodes selection criteria Overview of the different technology used in the Mobile-PBN such as IP, ATM, MPLS, VPNs and SONET/SDH Module 2: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Network View Network Modules Overview Mobile-PBN Security Mobile-PBN O&M Network Charging (incl. SACC and SASN overview) Mobile-PBN Quality of Service Module 3: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Transport Backbone Transport backbone technology choice Site infrastructure design Client module connectivity to backbone for CS and PS Access, Core and External networks IP/MPLS backbone design QoS (backbone specific) Module 4: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Circuit Switched (CS) Mobile-PBN CS solution scope and requirements CS specific technology introduction: MSS layered architecture nodes and protocols, SS7 over IP, M-MGw selection and bearer setup, voice compression, admission control, MSC Pool MSS WCDMA and GSM CS solution with ATM transport MSS WCDMA/GSM CS solution with IP transport and signaling Migration to MSS Upgrade of MSS Solution based on Mobile-PBN

24 Module 5: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Packet Switched (PS) WCDMA/GSM GPRS networks DNS concept and DNS approach in Mobile-PBN 3GDT Scenario in Mobile-PBN IPv6 features, addressing and packet encapsulation in Mobile-PBN Scenario for Gb over IP Scenarios for IuPS/Iur over IP SGSN pool in Mobile-PBN Connectivity options from RNC to SGSN Physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface, routing architecture for the Gn interface, roaming Gi Interface Design Issues Scenarios for Corporate Access Module 6: Mobile-PBN R6.0 IMS IMS Solution Scope 3GPP IMS Solution Ericsson ICS and IMT IMS Infrastructure IMS IP Connectivity Network Reference Model and POI Traffic Security aspects in IMS Security Domains O&M Solutions Physical and Logical Connectivity for IMS IP Routing in IMS Nodes Traffic Flows in IMT Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Designers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Design Engineers, System Engineers. Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with: Competence in IP (MPLS VPNs, L2VPNs, IP QoS, routing (OSPF, BGP, IS-IS), VLAN tagging, etc 2009

25 Competence in ATM (AAL2, AAL5, QoS) Competence in CS and PS for WCDMA and GSM (Core Network Features of GSNs, MSS including Interfaces, routing features, O&M). Duration and class size The length of the course is 6 days if all modules are taken, and the maximum number of participants is 16. Modules can be taken in the following combinations: For focus on CS: 1+4 or or For focus on PS: 1+5 or or For backbone focus only: 1+3 For CS and PS (without backbone): For IMS Scope only: Complete scope: Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom. 2009

26 Mobile Packet Backbone Network (Mobile-PBN) Concepts 6.0 (Redback Track) (Note: contracted customers only!) LZU R1A Description Your network is based on Mobile-PBN R6.0 with Redback routers and you need to understand the concepts? Then this course is for you. It provides an insight and understanding of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 architecture, concepts and design. You will learn about the scope of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 reference network based on Redback, the products involved as well as applied concepts and designs. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will have understood the Mobile-PBN R6.0 network designs and will be able to use this knowledge to appreciate and recognize the concepts in their network. The participants will understand the main concepts under the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Solution: Modularity, Scalabilty, Resilience, Security and QoS. Module 1: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Overview 1 Explain the overview of the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.0 (Mobile-PBN R6.0 Redback Track) 2 Explain the challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure 3 Detail the advantages of design modularity 4 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 solution and products 5 Explain two Mobile-PBN R6.0 solution variants 6 Identify the infrastructure nodes in the Mobile-PBN 6.0 model 7 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Reference Network design 8 Identify the nodes in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network (Mobile-PBN) R6.0 (Redback Track) 9 Explain the connectivity requirements 10 Identify the site infrastructure requirements 11 Explain the basics of the technology used in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.0 (Mobile-PBN R6.0 Redback Track) 12 Explain the connectivity requirements 13 Identify the site infrastructure requirements

27 Module 2: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Network View 1 Describe the various levels of abstraction used to achieve logical modularization of the Mobile-PBN R6.0 design. 2 List the various Network Modules within the Mobile-PBN R6.0 design solution 3 Explain the new Security Solution as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile- Packet Backbone Network. 4 Describe the Security Domain Network Security 5 Describe the Security Design Options available. 6 Describe the Security Services applied for different traffic types 7 Describe Security Management 8 Explain the O&M Network design as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile- Packet Backbone Network. 9 Describe the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) network used for transport of management traffic between network elements and O&M application servers residing in a Network Operation Center (NOC) for the Medium/Large Network Solutions 10 Describe the Redback O&M Solution 11 Describe the charging solution for Mobile-PBN R Describe how to place and integrate the Charging System 4.0 and Multi-Mediation 5.0 in the Mobile Packet Backbone Network. 13 Describe the charging solutions based on SASN R6 or SACC Describe the connectivity (interfaces, required protocols, and the mechanisms for transferring charging information) between the Core Network Elements as included in Mobile-PBN and the needed charging systems 15 Explain the general QoS purpose 16 Describe the 3GPP QoS model 17 Describe the Mobile-PBN QoS solution 18 Describe the Redback Qos solution Module 3: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Transport Backbone 1 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 transport backbone solution scope and requirement 2 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 transport backbone solution scope and limitations 3 Describe client requirements on transport backbone 4 Describe site infrastructure scope and purpose 5 Describe Mobile-PBN site switch hardware options 6 Describe site infrastructure Ethernet connectivity and VLAN traffic separation principles and security design 7 Describe site switch redundancy mechanisms and design for high availability 8 Describe the Site Infrastructure QoS 9 Explain client modules connectivity options 10 Describe backbone connectivity for the Access network client modules: WCDMA and GPRS 2009

28 11 Describe backbone connectivity for the Core network client modules: AAL2, Gn and SS7 12 Describe backbone connectivity for the External network client modules: Gi Corporate 13 Describe Mobile-PBN transport backbone module design 14 Describe Mobile-PBN intra-site and inter-site connectivity choices 15 Explain IGP, internal BGP and client NW routing choice in Mobile-PBN backbone routing design 16 Explain the chosen solution in Mobile-PBN IP/MPLS transport backbone design 17 Explain Mobile-PBN QoS solution in transport backbone 18 Describe availability considerations 19 Describe the design solution based on Carrier Ethernet 20 Describe Juniper-Redback Interoperability Module 4: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Circuit Switched (CS) 1 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.0 Scope and Requirement 2 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.0 CS solution scope and goals 3 Describe CS requirements on IP transport backbone 4 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.0 backbone technology choice 5 Explain SS7 over IP signaling design goals and architecture 6 Describe physical and IP connectivity 7 Describe SCTP layer 8 Describe M3UA and MTP3b layer scenarios 9 Explain MSS R5.0 GSM over IP network and protocol 10 Describe CS optimal IP transport technology choice 11 Describe optimal M-MGw selection, control layer and remote TDM, admission control 12 Explain network redundancy 13 Describe physical and IP connectivity 14 Explain different MSS migration scenarios 15 Describe different classical MSC TDM to MSS IP migration scenarios 16 Describe MSS TDM to MSS IP migration 17 Describe MSS ATM to MSS IP migration 18 Explain the different possible MSS migration scenarios 19 Describe the principles & guidelines to migrate to Mobile-PBN R6.0 Module 5: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Packet Switched (PS) 1 Describe the advantages of SGSN pool 2 Explain the traffic cases of SGSN pool design guidelines 3 Describe protocol stack of IuPS interface 4 Describe protocol stack of Gb interface 5 Explain scenario for Gb over IP 6 Describe the design guidelines for Gb interface 7 Explain scenarios for Iu over IP 2009

29 8 Explain scenarios for Iur over IP 9 Describe 3GDT 10 Describe physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface 11 Explain the routing architecture of Gn interface 12 Describe physical and logical connectivity of roaming 13 Explain the routing architecture of roaming 14 Describe DNS 3 usage cases 15 Describe DNS physical and logical connectivity 16 Describe DNS failover cases 17 Describe Gi interface design issues like: MS IP address allocation, Subscriber authentication, Accounting etc. 18 Describe the technologies used in traffic separation. 19 Describe the Gi Direct solution. 20 Describe the Gi Indirect solution 21 Understand Inband and Outband Radius server implementation 22 Describe the Gi Internet Firewall Solution 23 Describe the NPAT solution Module 6: Mobile-PBN R6.0 IMS 1 Describe the IMS system 2 Explain what multimedia is 3 Briefly describe the IMS solutions, IMT, PTT, and weshare 4 Explain where IMS is positioned within the total telecoms picture 5 List some operator and end-user benefits of IMS. 6 Describe Ericsson IMS Solution Scope in Mobile-PBN R6.0 7 Describe the Ericsson IMS solution 8 Describe the components in IMS Common System 9 Describe the nodes included in IMS common system 10 Describe the IMS Application Subsystem 11 Understand what are security areas 12 Describe what are Security Zones 13 Describe what are Security Domains 14 Describe the IMS O&M Solution 15 Describe the O&M Security 16 Describe the Physical connectivity for the IMS nodes 17 Describe the Logical connectivity 18 Describe IP Routing in IMS nodes 19 Understand the QoS Recommendations for IMS 20 Understand the Registration Process 21 Describe the CSCF Discovery 22 Understand the Session Establishment Process 23 Describe Traffic Flows in M-IMS Course Contents The course consists of six modules. Each of the modules has a duration of 1 day: 2009

30 Module 1: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Overview Challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network (Mobile-PBN) Introduction Ericsson Mobile-PBN Design overview and network nodes selection criteria Overview of the different technology used in the Mobile-PBN such as IP, ATM, MPLS, VPNs and SONET/SDH Module 2: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Network View Network Modules Overview Mobile-PBN Security Mobile-PBN O&M Network Charging (incl. SACC and SASN overview) Mobile-PBN Quality of Service Module 3: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Transport Backbone Transport backbone technology choice Site infrastructure design Client module connectivity to backbone for CS and PS Access, Core and External networks IP/MPLS backbone design QoS (backbone specific) Module 4: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Circuit Switched (CS) Mobile-PBN CS solution scope and requirements CS specific technology introduction: MSS layered architecture nodes and protocols, SS7 over IP, M-MGw selection and bearer setup, voice compression, admission control, MSC Pool MSS WCDMA and GSM CS solution with ATM transport MSS WCDMA/GSM CS solution with IP transport and signaling Migration to MSS Upgrade of MSS Solution based on Mobile-PBN 6.0 Module 5: Mobile-PBN R6.0 Packet Switched (PS) WCDMA/GSM GPRS networks DNS concept and DNS approach in Mobile-PBN 3GDT Scenario in Mobile-PBN IPv6 features, addressing and packet encapsulation in Mobile-PBN Scenario for Gb over IP 2009

31 Scenarios for IuPS/Iur over IP SGSN pool in Mobile-PBN Connectivity options from RNC to SGSN Physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface, routing architecture for the Gn interface, roaming Gi Interface Design Issues Scenarios for Corporate Access Module 6: Mobile-PBN R6.0 IMS IMS Solution Scope 3GPP IMS Solution Ericsson ICS and IMT IMS Infrastructure IMS IP Connectivity Network Reference Model and POI Traffic Security aspects in IMS Security Domains O&M Solutions Physical and Logical Connectivity for IMS IP Routing in IMS Nodes Traffic Flows in IMT Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Designers, Network Deployment Engineers, Service Design Engineers, System Engineers. Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with: Competence in IP (MPLS VPNs, L2VPNs, IP QoS, routing (OSPF, BGP, IS-IS), VLAN tagging, etc Competence in ATM (AAL2, AAL5, QoS) Competence in CS and PS for WCDMA and GSM (Core Network Features of GSNs, MSS including Interfaces, routing features, O&M). Competence in SS7 Signaling and SIGTRAN. 2009

32 Duration and class size The length of the course is 6 days if all modules are taken, and the maximum number of participants is 16. Modules can be taken in the following combinations: For focus on CS: 1+4 or or For focus on PS: 1+5 or or For backbone focus only: 1+3 For CS and PS (without backbone): For IMS Scope only: Complete scope: Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom. 2009

33 SmartEdge R5 add-on MPLS L3 using IS-IS infrastructure Configuration and Monitoring LZU R1A Description SmartEdge R5 Add-on MPLS L3 using IS-IS infrastructure Configuration and Monitoring, available for students who did or will participate in a course package containing SmartEdge Foundation course as well SmartEdge IS-IS and BGP add-on modules. A 2-day lecture and lab course targeted at second level Network Operation Center staff and other staff who primarily need to configure and troubleshoot the Redback SmartEdge within MPLS L3 VPN environment. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1. Understand relation between MPLS Layer 3 VPN and routing 2. Enable MPLS Layer 3 VPN 3. Build and verify MPLS Layer 3 sites 4. Understand packet flow end to end walk-through Target audience The target audience for this course is: Network Deployment Engineer, System Engineer Prerequisites The participants should be familiar with and have practical experience with IP networks as well as a solid understanding of general networking technologies. Successful completion of the following courses: SmartEdge R5 Foundation LZU (1-day) SmartEdge R5 Add-on IS-IS Configuration and Monitoring LZU (2 days) or have similar knowledge SmartEdge R5 Add-on BGP Configuration and Monitoring LZU (1-day) or have similar knowledge Minimum knowledge requirement for students attending this course module: IP network design (IPv4 address planning, IPv4 general routing concepts, IPv4 address resolution mechanisms) IS-IS design (Configuration and verification of infrastructure) 33

34 BGP design (Configuration and verification of BGP) Duration and class size The length of the course is 2 days and the maximum number of participants is 8. Learning situation This course is based on theoretical instructor-led lessons given in a classroom environment combined with Educational modules including hands-on labs and student test cases. Most modules finish with quiz sessions, stimulating a good interactive atmosphere during the training, as well validates the information exchange between Instructor and Student Time schedule The time required always depends on the knowledge of the attending participants and the hours stated below can be used as estimate. Day Topics in the course Estimated time 1&2 Introduction MPLS 101 Put things in place within the SmartEdge MPLS L3 VPN lab topology Configuration flow diagram Configure IP backbone connectivity Configure ISIS backbone infrastructure Configure MPLS and LDP (outer label) Configure L3 VPN (inner label) Configure VPN context Configure CE Router connection End to end packet flow walk through verification LSP scalability CE to PE using OSPF exercise CE to PE using ISIS exercise

35 Mobile Packet Backbone Network (M-PBN) R6.1 Concepts - Redback track LZU R1A Description Your network is based on Mobile-PBN R6.1 with Redback routers and you need to understand the concepts? Then this course is for you. It provides an insight and understanding of the Mobile-PBN R6.1 architecture, concepts and design. You will learn about the scope of the Mobile-PBN R6.1 reference network based on Redback, the products involved as well as applied concepts and designs. Learning objectives On completion of this course the participants will be able to: 1 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.1 Overview 1.1 Explain the overview of the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.1 (Mobile- PBN R6.1 Redback Track) 1.2 Explain the challenges faced in regards to the mobile operators backbone infrastructure 1.3 Detail the advantages of design modularity 1.4 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.1 solution and products 1.5 Explain two Mobile-PBN R6.1 solution variants 1.6 Identify the infrastructure nodes in the Mobile-PBN 6.1 model 1.7 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.1 Reference Network design 1.8 Identify the nodes in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.1 (Mobile- PBN R6.1 Redback Track) 1.9 Explain the connectivity requirements 1.10 Identify the site infrastructure requirements 1.11 Explain the basics of the technology used in the Ericsson Mobile Packet Backbone Network R6.1 (Mobile-PBN R6.1 Redback Track) 1.12 Explain the connectivity requirements 1.13 Identify the site infrastructure requirements

36 2 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.1 Transport Backbone 2.1 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.1 transport backbone solution scope and requirement 2.2 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.1 transport backbone solution scope and limitations 2.3 Describe client requirements on transport backbone 2.4 Describe site infrastructure scope and purpose 2.5 Describe Mobile-PBN site switch hardware options 2.6 Describe site infrastructure Ethernet connectivity and VLAN traffic separation principles and security design 2.7 Describe site switch redundancy mechanisms and design for high availability 2.8 Describe the Site Infrastructure QoS 2.9 Explain client modules connectivity options 2.10 Describe backbone connectivity for the Access network client modules: WCDMA and GPRS 2.11 Describe backbone connectivity for the Core network client modules: AAL2, Gn and SS Describe backbone connectivity for the External network client modules: Gi Corporate 2.13 Describe Mobile-PBN transport backbone module design 2.14 Describe Mobile-PBN intra-site and inter-site connectivity choices 2.15 Explain IGP, internal BGP and client NW routing choice in Mobile-PBN backbone routing design 2.16 Explain the chosen solution in Mobile-PBN IP/MPLS transport backbone design 2.17 Explain Mobile-PBN QoS solution in transport backbone 2.18 Describe availability considerations 2.19 Explain the general QoS purpose 2.20 Describe the 3GPP QoS model 2.21 Describe the Mobile-PBN QoS solution 2.22 Describe the Redback Qos solution 2.23 Describe the design solution based on Carrier Ethernet 2.24 Describe Juniper-Redback Interoperability 3 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.1 Circuit Switched 3.1 Explain the Mobile-PBN R6.1 Scope and Requirement 3.2 Describe CS requirements on IP transport backbone 3.3 Describe Mobile-PBN R6.1 backbone technology choice 3.4 Understand the concepts of MSS R5.1 IP signaling design 3.5 Understand SS7 over IP signaling design goals and architecture 3.6 Describe physical and IP connectivity 3.7 Describe SCTP layer 3.8 Describe M3UA, M2PA and MTP3b layer scenarios 3.9 Describe PRA implementation in MPBN 3.10 Understand the concepts of MSS R5.1 IP transport design 3.11 Understand MSS R5.1 GSM/WCDMA MSS solution using IP transport 3.12 Understand optimal M-MGw selection, control layer and remote TDM, admission control 3.13 Describe physical and IP connectivity 3.14 Understand network redundancy 3.15 Understand the concepts of MSS SIP interworking 3.16 Understand the operator scenario 3.17 Describe SIP/SIP-I Inter-working Principle

37 3.18 Describe VLAN and VPN architecture 3.19 Describe the connectivity to all nodes 4 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.1 Packet Switched 4.1 Describe Access Network solution 4.2 Describe how 3G Direct Tunnelling works 4.3 Describe the advantages of SGSN pool 4.4 Explain the traffic cases of SGSN pool design guidelines 4.5 Describe protocol stack of IuPS interface 4.6 Explain connectivity options from RNC to SGSN 4.7 Introduction of lur over IP 4.8 Describe protocol stack of Gb interface 4.9 Explain local and remote scenarios for Gb over IP 4.10 Understand the design guidelines for Gb interface 4.11 Describe the Gn, Gp and DNS Solution 4.12 Describe physical and logical connectivity of Gn interface 4.13 Understand the routing architecture of Gn interface 4.14 Describe physical and logical connectivity of roaming 4.15 Understand the routing architecture of roaming 4.16 Describe DNS 3 usage cases 4.17 Describe DNS physical and logical connectivity 4.18 Understand DNS failover 4.19 Describe the Gi Corporate Access solution Describe Gi interface design issues like: MS IP address allocation, Subscriber authentication, Accounting etc 4.21 Describe the technologies used in traffic separation Describe the Gi Direct solution Describe the Gi Indirect solution 4.24 Understand Inband and Outband Radius server implementation 4.25 Describe the Gi Internet Connectivity Option 5 Explain Mobile-PBN R6.1 Network View 5.1 Describe the various levels of abstraction used to achieve logical modularization of the Mobile-PBN R6.1 design. 5.2 List the various Network Modules within the Mobile-PBN R6.1 design solution 5.3 Explain the new Security Solution as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile-Packet Backbone Network. 5.4 Describe the Security Domain Network Security 5.5 Describe the Security Design Options available. 5.6 Describe the Security Services applied for different traffic types 5.7 Describe Security Management 5.8 Explain the O&M Network design as part of the Ericsson design in the Mobile-Packet Backbone Network. 5.9 Describe the Mobile-PBN R6.1 Operation and Maintenance (O&M) network used for transport of management traffic between network elements and O&M application servers residing in a Network Operation Center (NOC) for the Medium/Large Network Solutions 5.10 Describe the Redback O&M Solution 5.11 Describe the charging solution for Mobile-PBN R

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