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Ziele:
- Identify the features of circuit switching. - Identify the features of packet switching. - Identify the features of multirate circuit switching. - Identify the key features of Frame Relay. - Identify the cost benefits of Frame Relay. - Identify the similarities between Frame Relay and X.25.
Anforderungen:
The Audience for this course includes IT professionals and managers who may or may not have a networking background to include Project Managers and Technical Managers. In addition, students should have taken the first three parts in this series (12901-12903).
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Kurs 12905 - High Speed Technologies Part 5 - SONET/SDH
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Course Overview

This is the fourth course in a five part series that covers the history of frame relay, frame relay mode protocol architecture and call control. This course also covers LAPF, congestion in frame relay networks, approaches to congestion control, traffic rate management, explicit congestion avoidance and implicit congestion control.

Deployment Options

Self-Study

Accreditation

CEU credits: 0.70 CEUs

Objectives

Unit 1: Switching 3 - 4 hours

- Identify the features of packet switching.
- Identify the features of multirate circuit switching.
- Identify the features of Cell Relay.
- Identify the features of X.25.
- Sequence the order of events that occur in X.25 virtual calls.
- Identify the characteristics of X.25 virtual circuit identification.
- Identify the features of the X.25 packet format.
- Identify the functions of flow and error control in an X.25 circuit.

Unit 2: Frame Relay 3 - 4 hours

- Identify the key features of Frame Relay.
- Identify the cost benefits of Frame Relay.
- Identify the similarities between Frame Relay and X.25.
- Identify characteristics of the Frame Relay frame format.
- Identify the Frame Relay core protocol.
- Identify the relationship between Frame Relay speeds.
- Identify options that are available when provisioning Frame Relay access.
- Identify key functions of Frame Relay Access Devices (FRADs).
- Identify the key functions of permanent virtual circuits (PVCs).
- Identify the key functions of switched virtual circuits (SVCs).
- Identify the key functions of data-link connection identifiers (DLCIs).
- Identify the key functions of Local Management Interface (LMI).
- Identify the key factors to be considered when controlling congestion.
- Identify Frame Relay performance considerations.
- Match Committed Information Rate (CIR) components with their definitions.
- Identify the key factors to be considered when dealing with discard eligibility.
- Identify the features of Explicit Congestion Notification.
- Identify the features of Frame Relay over geosynchronous satellites.
- Identify the key factors to consider when running Systems Network Architecture (SNA) over Frame Relay.
- Identify the key factors to consider when running Voice over Frame Relay (VoFR).
-  Identify similar features of Frame Relay and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).
- Identify the characteristics of a Frame-Based User to Network Interface (FUNI).
- Identify the characteristics of the Data Exchange Interface (DXI).

Course Access

Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.
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