IP Intermediary Course (IPIC) Description

IPIC covers the intermediary level knowledge of IP Core in the Mobile Network and it is made up of two main modules: IP Architecture and IP Concepts & Principles.

IP Core is that part of the transport network which handles the forwarding of IP datagrams from source to destination using IP Addresses over a MPBN/MPLS.

List of Modules

1.1.   Module 1 – IP Architecture

  • 1.1.1.What is a Network?

  • 1.1.2.Types of Networks

  • 1.1.3.Wireless Networks

  • 1.1.4.WAN Technologies

  • 1.1.5.WWAN Technologies

  • 1.1.6.Network Topologies

  • 1.1.6.1.  Bus Topology

  • 1.1.6.2. Star & Tree Topology

  • 1.1.6.3. Ring Topology

  • 1.1.6.4. Mesh Topology

  • 1.1.7.Network Components

  • 1.1.7.1. Networking Media

  • 1.1.7.2. Interconnecting Devices

  • 1.1.7.3. Computers

  • 1.1.7.4. Networking Protocols

  • 1.1.7.5. Applications

1.2.   Module 2 – IP Concepts and Principles

  • 1.2.1.IHistoryHistory

  • 1.2.2.What is IP

  • 1.2.3.Introduction to the OSI Model

  • 1.2.4.OSI Model vs TCP/IP Model

  • 1.2.4.1.     Layer 1

  • 1.2.4.2.     Layer 2

  • 1.2.4.3.     Layer 3

  • 1.2.4.4.     Layer 4

  • 1.2.4.5.     Layer 5

  • 1.2.4.6.     Layer 6

  • 1.2.4.7.     Layer 7

  • 1.2.4.8.     Ethernet Frame

  • 1.2.4.9.     IP Datagram

  • 1.2.4.10. Layer Interaction

  • 1.2.4.11. TCP/IP Sample

  • 1.2.4.12. Action to Sender

  • 1.2.4.13. Action to Router

  • 1.2.4.14. Action to Receiver

  • 1.2.4.15. IPv4 Fundamentals

  • 1.2.5.IP Router

  • 1.2.5.1.     Overview

  • 1.2.5.2.     Standard Packet Flow

  • 1.2.5.3.     Hop by Hop Forwarding

  • 1.2.5.4.     Router Functions

  • 1.2.5.5.     Forwarding Table Structure

  • 1.2.6.Layer 2 Switches

  • 1.2.6.1.     Overview

  • 1.2.6.2.     What is VLAN?

  • 1.2.6.3.     Access and Trunk Ports

  • 1.2.7.Quiz

  • 1.2.8.Lab

  • 1.2.9.Routing Protocols

  • 1.2.9.1.     Classification of Protocols

  • 1.2.10. Redundancy Protocols

  • 1.2.11. IP/MPLS

  • 1.2.12. MPBN

  • 1.2.13. Quiz