ATM Online Training Courses & Degree Programs

Schools providing online certificates, diplomas or degrees for Asynchronous Transfer Mode


Total 5 online training courses and degree programs available.

QoS Beyond IP: FR, ATM and MPLS - Online

School/Trainer: Telecommunications Research Associates
St. Marys, United States
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This describes Frame Relay, ATM, and MPLS, including their advantages and how they use virtual circuits. The rate at which ATM and Frame Relay support customer traffic, and how carriers police those rates, is presented. ATM’s specific QoS parameters, is also described.

Course Outline
NET255: QoS Beyond IP: Frame Relay, ATM, and MPLS
WAN Data Link Protocols
ATM Protocol and QoS
MPLS Protocol

MGX ATM Edge Switch Configuration - Online

School/Trainer: Tech 2000, Inc.
Herndon, United States
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This 5-day instructor-led course teaches learners how to set up a PNNI network that supports ATM and Layer-3 services on MGX® 8830-PXM1E, 8830-PXM45, 8850-PXM1E, 8850-PXM45, and 8950 switches.
You will learn to:
Configure MGX® 8830, 8850, and 8950 ATM PNNI switches from isolation into a network that supports ATM and Layer 3 (IP) services
Operate and monitor the MGX® network once traffic is established

MGX ATM Concentrator Configuration - Online

School/Trainer: Tech 2000, Inc.
Herndon, United States
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The MGX® ATM Concentrator Configuration (MACC) is a 5-day instructor-led course that teaches participants how to set up and manage MGX® concentrators attached to BPX or MGX 8850-PXM45 backbone networks. This course includes MGX® 8230, 8250, and 8850-PXM1 switches.
You will learn to:
Configure MGX® 8230, 8250, and 8850-PXM1 edge switches from isolation into a network that supports circuit emulation, Frame Relay, ATM, voice over ATM, and Layer 3 (IP) services
Operate and monitor the MGX® network once traffic has been established

Introduction to ATM - Online

School/Trainer: Element K
Rochester, United States
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In this course, you will explore the business reasons for adopting ATM and some common alternatives, the technologies that define ATM, the fundamental benefits of cell switching and how ATM supports those benefits, and how ATM is used in a campus environment.

Objectives:
After completing this course, you will explore how ATM is used in Wide Area Networks and backbones, the function and components of ATM Adaptation Layer 1 (AAL1), the function and components of ATM Adaptation Layers 3, 4, and 5 (AALs 3, 4, and 5), how ATM supports LANs, and how ATM service is integrated into larger systems.

ATM Troubleshooting - Online

School/Trainer: Element K
Rochester, United States
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In this course, you will explore the history of ATM, the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, the parallels between the B-ISDN and OSI protocol stacks, the purpose of LAN Emulation (LANE technology), LANE’s capabilities and limitations, and the various network components that are used to build a LANE topology. You will examine ATM in Wide Area Networks, congestion management, avoidance mechanisms, ATM addressing, signaling, and services, the various aspects of LANE configuration, Cisco’s default addressing scheme, LANE design plans, and the commands that are used to configure each LANE component. You will examine how to configure Switched Virtual Circuits, Permanent Virtual Circuits, and Soft Permanent Virtual Circuits, explore how MPOA allows devices on different subnets and virtual or emulated LANs to communicate with each other, examine general design guidelines as well as the commands that can be used to configure an MPOA network, and identify the list of commands that can be used to monitor and maintain an MPOA system. Finally, you will examine Cisco’s LAN and WAN troubleshooting methodologies.

Objectives:
After completing this course you will be able to describe the purpose of ATM, the B-ISDN protocol stack, the OSI protocol stack and LAN Emulation (LANE). You will be able to discuss LANE network components, the concept of LANE ope... [Read More]

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