SIP Signaling (TK631)


Prerequisites Participants should have:

  • Basic knowledge of telecommunications
  • Profound knowledge of TCP/IP and Voice over IP
Target groups Service specialists or System engineers
Duration 2.0 days
Course content SIP OVERVIEW
 
  • Fundamentals of how SIP works
  • Session description protocol (SDP)
  • Security considerations
  • HTTP and SMTP, SIP
  • SIP extended features and services
  • Interworking with PSTN
  • Service creation issues
  • Basic call features
  • Quality of Service issues


SIP SYSTEM OPERATIONS

  • SIP Parameters
  • Protocols
  • User Agents
  • Call Processors
  • Customer Status
  • Address Tracking
  • Call Forwarding


SIP PROTOCOL OPERATION

  • Client/Server transactions
  • Proxy servers
  • SIP messages
  • Transport layer
  • Session Description Protocol (SDP)
  • SDP packets


SIP ENTITIES

  • SIP Clients
  • SIP as a peer-to-peer protocol
  • User Agents (UAs) as the peers in a session
  • User agent client (UAC)
  • User agent server (UAS)
  • SIP Servers


SIP MESSAGES

  • Message Types
  • Message Parts
  • Message Samples
  • Requests
  • Responses
  • Header Fields
  • Bodies