SERVICE PROVIDER/TELECOM DESIGN WORKSHOP
With many real world examples ! (Online 2 days – 10 hours Workshop)
Introduction to Service Provider/Telecom Design
2 days (10 hours, 5 hours each day , on weekend) Service Provider/Telecom training.
Important note : Video on demand for this course is available to all attendees for free. Here is the Video on demand course.
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- Many network engineers struggle to understand Service Provider networks. Even if they know MPLS or BGP as a technology very well, they are struggling to find a material for the other important parts of the Service Provider architecture.
- For example how SP networks are connected, how countries and continents are connected, what is POP or virtual POP and how they are really connected.
- Seeing a big picture would be great. Understand end to end traffic flow between the Mobile Operator users and the broadband providers.
- How countries are connected to Internet, how Submarine and Terrestrial Cables work, How SDH/SONET, DWDM works and transmission network interacts with IP networks ? Where are the Internet Hubs, how Interconnection between the networks are done?
- Although the name is Service Provider design, all network engineers from different businesses will benefit from this course.
- Since the targeted audience is very broad, I don’t want anyone to have hard time with the payment. Thus I keep the cost of this workshop very low.
What is the target audience?
- Network Engineers, Designers, Solution Architects
- This workshop will be helpful for many exam certification such as CCNP, CCIE , CCDP and CCDE.
Although there will not be advanced technical level discussions, familiarity with the BGP and MPLS would be nice.
2019 CCIE Service Provider Training Schedule
|Bootcamp Type||Number Of Days||Location||Description||Status||Timing|
|Marh 2 – 3 2019||(2 days in a row)||Online/Webex||More Info||Register||1 pm – 6 pm UTC +3|
|May 4 – 5 2019||(2 days in a row)||Online/Webex||More Info||Register||1 pm – 6 pm UTC +3|
All are 2 days Bootcamps and 5 hours daily !
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Type of Service Providers
In this module different types of network operators will be introduced. Relations between them will be explained in detailed.
For example what is Transit Service Provider and how Transit Service Providers provide services to Content Providers, CDNs, Broadband Providers and so on.
Below business types will be explained in this module.
- Broadband ISP
- Transit Service Providers
- Content Providers
- Content Distribution Networks
- Cable Access Providers
- Mobile Operators
- Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISP)
In this module different broadband services will be explained. Without going too much detail, below services will be explained and examples will be shared to demonstrate the deployment of different services worldwide.
- xDSL (ADSL, VDSL, SHDSL)
- FTTx (FTTP, FTTC, FTTH) with different PON technologies
- Cable Broadband (DOCSIS 3.0)
- Satellite technologies
- Mobile Broadband technologies (2G, 3G, 4G and 5G) basics
Service Provider Physical Connections and Locations
In this module; fiber optic technologies, cross-border country connections, sub-marine fiber optic connections, POP types and other physical layer knowledge will be provided.
This module is crucial to understand how networks are connected, where are they located and how are they connected in real world.
Below are the topics will be covered in this module.
- What is Fiber Optics?
- Different Types of Fiber Optics
- SDH/SONET and WDM Basics
- DWDM and the advantages
- How Internet traffic is carried between countries?
- How Service Providers use each other fiber networks?
- Submarine Cable basics
- What is Landing Point?
- What is Telephone Exchange or Central Office?
- Tier 1 Service Provider (Level 3) Global Fiber Map
- What is Point of Presence (POP)?
- Different types of POPs (Access POP, Backbone POP, Virtual POP)
- How POPs are interconnected?
- Tier 1 Service Provider POP and Datacenter connections MAP
- What are Urban, Rural and Underserved areas?
- Satellite usage in real world deployments
In this module interconnections between the networks will be explained. How different types of network come together and build the Internet ecosystem.
Examples will be provided from the real world deployments.
Below topics will be covered in this module.
- What is Peering? (Public peering, private peering, bilateral and multilateral peering)
- Why Peering is important?
- What is Internet Exchange Point ?
- Where are the Internet Exchange Points?
- What is Local IXP?
- What is Regional IXP?
- Who are the Internet Hubs in the world ?
- What are Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Providers?
- Who are the Tier 1 Providers in the world?
- Is there a Global Tier 1 Provider?
- Why you should place your content on Akamai?
- What happens two Tier 1 providers dispute?
- How Netflix distributes its content?
- What is Remote Peering?
- Pros and Cons of Remote Peering?
- Remote Peering Providers
- Selling a Transit Service in IXP
BGP in Service Provider Networks
In this module, starting from the basics of BGP, how BGP is used in Service Provider networks will be explained.
- What is IBGP and EBGP
- BGP Communities in the Service Providers
- BGP in Internet Exchange Points (IXP)
- What is BGP Route Server?
- Most preferred BGP Route Servers
- Who would use BGP Route Server in IXP?
- Google Peering Policy in Real Life
- BGP Route Reflector Design Options
- How BGP helps for SDN in Service Provider networks?
- BGP Confederations vs. Route Reflectors
- BGP Fast Convergence (BGP PIC Edge and Core)
- BGP Anomalies
- Multi Protocol BGP
Service Provider MPLS Services
- What is MPLS
- MPLS VPNs (Layer 2 and Layer 3)
- Inter-AS MPLS VPNs
- MPLS Traffic Engineering
- Fast Reroute in IP and MPLS
- How would MPLS Service look like of Tier 1 Service Provider?
- End to end MPLS deployment methods in Service Providers and the challenges in real life
At the end real life case studies will be provided. When we finish all above modules, understanding these real life case studies will show you the big picture.
- How Comcast and Level 3 Peering Dispute created performance problems for the users
- How Gaming Company deployed their network to provide better performance to players
- Why two African Service Providers in the same city send all Internet traffic between their customers to another continent
- Basic IXP (Internet Exchange Point) design
- End to end packet flow between broadband user in Middle East and U.S
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Senior Network Designer at Routz
CCDE #20150017 & CCIE R&S #26557
After I attended Orhan Ergun’s CCDE course I passed the CCDE practical exam.I really enjoyed the course a lot.
Before I signed up I didn’t know what to expect but it’s for sure a great design course and preparation for the CCDE exam. Mainly because of the interaction with Orhan who is really an expert in explaining all the different technologies and making perfect designs out of them.
CCDE #20150017 CCIE R&S #26557
Senior Network Consultant at Post Telecom
CCDE #20150039 & CCIE #34509
I passed the CCDE Practical exam and Orhan’s CCDE course was very important contributor to my success. I attended the CCDE course of Orhan Ergun in July and it was exactly what I needed, Orhan is taking the pain to break down the different technologies.
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Martin J. Duggan
Network Architect at AT&T, Ciscopress Author
CCDE #20160006 & CCIE#7942
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Lead Network Architect – CCDE #20160016 2xCCIE #26693 2xJNCIE VCIX
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In this page you see the testimonials from the companies. I studied these companies networks before the training and we talked about their network design, possible new services , network optimisations , performance/availability/scalability improvements and the future plans during my five days Service Provider/Telco Network Design Training.
SAFARICOM – Biggest Fixed and Mobile Services Provider/Telco in Nairobi/Kenya
Your class was very useful and served as a valuable addition to my experience in telecommunications, architectures, quality of experience and content delivery networks.
I will definitely use the knowledge acquired to make more sound business decisions and investment as well optimize operations in my organizational unit with a fit for purpose network.
Most important is the approach in understanding exactly why a certain option has been chosen.
It was nice to be your student and enjoyed the MPLS TE technology and network design principles sections.
The network is about to evolve in design so I hope to be able to reach out to you and discuss various design and architecture options.
Your training was quite relevant and practical, since we were able to relate the theory covered to actual scenarios on our network and identify areas of improvement. Thanks also for your encouragement to start the CCDE journey and making it look achievable.
I attended Orhan Ergun CCDE course and I must say it was remarkable . It was well illustrated ,kin on current and advanced technologies .
He surpassed my expectation i.e. Quality , Depth of Knowledge, Well-structured online Resources and Quizzes . Intriguing eye-Opener!