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Carrier Grade Voice Over IP Third Edition

Carrier Grade Voice Over IP  Third Edition Author Richard Swale
ISBN-10 9780071827713
Release 2013-10-16
Pages 512
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Revision of: Carrier grade voice over IP / Daniel Collins. 2nd ed. A2003.



Packet Guide to Voice Over IP

Packet Guide to Voice Over IP Author Bruce Hartpence
ISBN-10 9781449339678
Release 2013
Pages 224
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Go under the hood of an operating Voice over IP network, and build your knowledge of the protocols and architectures used by this Internet telephony technology. With this concise guide, you’ll learn about services involved in VoIP and get a first-hand view of network data packets from the time the phones boot through calls and subsequent connection teardown. With packet captures available on the companion website, this book is ideal whether you’re an instructor, student, or professional looking to boost your skill set. Each chapter includes a set of review questions, as well as practical, hands-on lab exercises. Learn the requirements for deploying packetized voice and video Understand traditional telephony concepts, including local loop, tip and ring, and T carriers Explore the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), VoIP’s primary signaling protocol Learn the operations and fields for VoIP’s standardized RTP and RTCP transport protocols Delve into voice and video codecs for converting analog data to digital format for transmission Get familiar with Communications Systems H.323, SIP’s widely used predecessor Examine the Skinny Client Control Protocol used in Cisco VoIP phones in networks around the world



Internet Communications Using SIP

Internet Communications Using SIP Author Henry Sinnreich
ISBN-10 9781118429150
Release 2012-07-06
Pages 408
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"This book is like a good tour guide.It doesn't just describe the major attractions; you share in the history, spirit, language, and culture of the place." --Henning Schulzrinne, Professor, Columbia University Since its birth in 1996, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has grown up. As a richer, much more robust technology, SIP today is fully capable of supporting the communication systems that power our twenty-first century work and life. This second edition handbook has been revamped to cover the newest standards, services, and products. You'll find the latest on SIP usage beyond VoIP, including Presence, instant messaging (IM), mobility, and emergency services, as well as peer-to-peer SIP applications, quality-of-service, and security issues--everything you need to build and deploy today's SIP services. This book will help you * Work with SIP in Presence and event-based communications * Handle SIP-based application-level mobility issues * Develop applications to facilitate communications access for users with disabilities * Set up Internet-based emergency services * Explore how peer-to-peer SIP systems may change VoIP * Understand the critical importance of Internet transparency * Identify relevant standards and specifications * Handle potential quality-of-service and security problems



Voice Over WLANS

Voice Over WLANS Author Michael F. Finneran
ISBN-10 0080556434
Release 2011-04-08
Pages 400
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For networking and RF/wireless engineers, and graduate students who want a solid overview of voice over WLANs/VoIP technology (wireless local area networks / voice over internet protocol), this book covers voice coding, packet loss, delay and 'jitter', and 'echo' control, and shows how to combine both WLAN and VoIP technology to create effective voice over WLAN systems. Finneran also describes how to integrate voice over WLAN systems with cellular networks. This is not just another WLAN-only book nor a VoIP-only book; instead, it integrates both topics into a coherent whole. * Gives complete details on integrating voice and data services on WLANs, including wide area networks * Explores quality of service (QoS) and security issues * Step-by-step descriptions of how to plan and implement voice over WLAN networks



VoIP For Dummies

VoIP For Dummies Author Timothy V. Kelly
ISBN-10 1118085523
Release 2011-05-09
Pages 312
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Put your phone system on your computer network and see the savings See how to get started with VoIP, how it works, and why it saves you money VoIP is techspeak for "voice over Internet protocol," but it could spell "saving big bucks" for your business! Here's where to get the scoop in plain English. Find out how VoIP can save you money, how voice communication travels online, and how to choose the best way to integrate your phone system with your network at home or at the office. Discover how to: Use VoIP for your business or home phone service Choose the best network type Set up VoIP on a wireless network Understand transports and services Demonstrate VoIP's advantages to management



SIP Demystified

SIP Demystified Author Gonzalo Camarillo
ISBN-10 0071414622
Release 2001-09-18
Pages 320
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State-of-the-art SIP primer SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the open standard that will make IP telephony an irresistible force in communications, doing for converged services what http does for the Web. SIP Demystified – authored by Gonzalo Camarillo, one of the contributors to SIP development in the IETF—gives you the tools to keep your company and career competitive. This guide tells you why the standard is needed, what architectures it supports, and how it interacts with other protocols. As a bonus, you even get a context-setting background in data networking. Perfect if you’re moving from switched voice into a data networking environment, here’s everything you need to understand: * Where, why, and how SIP is used * What SIP can do and deliver * SIP’s fit with other standards and systems * How to plan implementations of SIP-enabled services * How to size up and choose from available SIP products



How to Start a Voip Business

How to Start a Voip Business Author Vilius Stanislovaitis
ISBN-10 6094088301
Release 2016-01-14
Pages 276
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How to Start a VoIP Business is the first book which explains in plain English how to become a VoIP provider and start different services, based on a VoIP technology. This simple six-stage guide will give you the know-how of launching services, such as mobile VoIP, callback, calling cards, call shops, residential VoIP, virtual PBX, SIP trunking, wholesale transit, call origination and call termination.



Switching to VoIP

Switching to VoIP Author Ted Wallingford
ISBN-10 0596008686
Release 2005-06-30
Pages 477
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Based on real-world experience, this handy solutions manual addresses the most common VoIP migration challenges. Find out how to build your own VoIP system, install it, and begin making calls - so you can start saving today. Ideal for IT managers, network engineers, and system administrators.



Top Down Network Design

Top Down Network Design Author Priscilla Oppenheimer
ISBN-10 1587140012
Release 2010-08-24
Pages 600
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Objectives The purpose of Top-Down Network Design, Third Edition, is to help you design networks that meet a customer’s business and technical goals. Whether your customer is another department within your own company or an external client, this book provides you with tested processes and tools to help you understand traffic flow, protocol behavior, and internetworking technologies. After completing this book, you will be equipped to design enterprise networks that meet a customer’s requirements for functionality, capacity, performance, availability, scalability, affordability, security, and manageability. Audience This book is for you if you are an internetworking professional responsible for designing and maintaining medium- to large-sized enterprise networks. If you are a network engineer, architect, or technician who has a working knowledge of network protocols and technologies, this book will provide you with practical advice on applying your knowledge to internetwork design. This book also includes useful information for consultants, systems engineers, and sales engineers who design corporate networks for clients. In the fast-paced presales environment of many systems engineers, it often is difficult to slow down and insist on a top-down, structured systems analysis approach. Wherever possible, this book includes shortcuts and assumptions that can be made to speed up the network design process. Finally, this book is useful for undergraduate and graduate students in computer science and information technology disciplines. Students who have taken one or two courses in networking theory will find Top-Down Network Design, Third Edition, an approachable introduction to the engineering and business issues related to developing real-world networks that solve typical business problems. Changes for the Third Edition Networks have changed in many ways since the second edition was published. Many legacy technologies have disappeared and are no longer covered in the book. In addition, modern networks have become multifaceted, providing support for numerous bandwidth-hungry applications and a variety of devices, ranging from smart phones to tablet PCs to high-end servers. Modern users expect the network to be available all the time, from any device, and to let them securely collaborate with coworkers, friends, and family. Networks today support voice, video, high-definition TV, desktop sharing, virtual meetings, online training, virtual reality, and applications that we can’t even imagine that brilliant college students are busily creating in their dorm rooms. As applications rapidly change and put more demand on networks, the need to teach a systematic approach to network design is even more important than ever. With that need in mind, the third edition has been retooled to make it an ideal textbook for college students. The third edition features review questions and design scenarios at the end of each chapter to help students learn top-down network design. To address new demands on modern networks, the third edition of Top-Down Network Design also has updated material on the following topics: ¿ Network redundancy ¿ Modularity in network designs ¿ The Cisco SAFE security reference architecture ¿ The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) ¿ Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) ¿ Ethernet scalability options, including 10-Gbps Ethernet and Metro Ethernet ¿ Network design and management tools



Asterisk The Definitive Guide

Asterisk  The Definitive Guide Author Russell Bryant
ISBN-10 9781449332457
Release 2013-05-10
Pages 846
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Design a complete Voice over IP (VoIP) or traditional PBX system with Asterisk, even if you have only basic telecommunications knowledge. This bestselling guide makes it easy, with a detailed roadmap that shows you how to install and configure this open source software, whether you’re upgrading your existing phone system or starting from scratch. Ideal for Linux administrators, developers, and power users, this updated edition shows you how to write a basic dialplan step-by-step, and brings you up to speed on the features in Asterisk 11, the latest long-term support release from Digium. You’ll quickly gain working knowledge to build a simple yet inclusive system. Integrate Asterisk with analog, VoIP, and digital telephony systems Build an interactive dialplan, using best practices for more advanced features Delve into voicemail options, such as storing messages in a database Connect to external services including Google Talk, XMPP, and calendars Incorporate Asterisk features and functions into a relational database to facilitate information sharing Learn how to use Asterisk’s security, call routing, and faxing features Monitor and control your system with the Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI) Plan for expansion by learning tools for building distributed systems



Delivering Voice over IP Networks

Delivering Voice over IP Networks Author Daniel Minoli
ISBN-10 9780471449355
Release 2003-02-17
Pages 512
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Includes new coverage on the advances in signaling protocols, second-generation switching and the development of non-switched alternatives, and the implementation lessons learned. Contains in-depth coverage of network architectures used to support VoIP, performance and voice quality considerations, compression and integration methods for IP tranmissions.



VoIP Voice and Fax Signal Processing

VoIP Voice and Fax Signal Processing Author Sivannarayana Nagireddi
ISBN-10 9780470377864
Release 2008-10-03
Pages 380
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A complete and systematic treatment of signal processing for VoIP voice and fax This book presents a consolidated view and basic approach to signal processing for VoIP voice and fax solutions. It provides readers with complete coverage of the topic, from how things work in voice and fax modules, to signal processing aspects, implementation, and testing. Beginning with an overview of VoIP infrastructure, interfaces, and signals, the book systematically covers: Voice compression Packet loss concealment techniques DTMF detection, generation, and rejection Wideband voice modules operation VoIP Voice-Network bit rate calculations VoIP voice testing Fax over IP and modem over IP Country deviations of PSTN mapped to VoIP VoIP on different processors and architectures Generic VAD-CNG for waveform codecs Echo cancellation Caller ID features in VoIP Packetization—RTP, RTCP, and jitter buffer Clock sources for VoIP applications Fax operation on PSTN, modulations, and fax messages Fax over IP payload formats and bit rate calculations Voice packets jitter with large data packets VoIP voice quality Over 100 questions and answers on voice and more than seventy questions and answers on fax are provided at the back of the book to reinforce the topics covered throughout the text. Additionally, several clarification, interpretation, and discussion sections are included in selected chapters to aide in readers' comprehension. VoIP Voice and Fax Signal Processing is an indispensable resource for professional electrical engineers, voice and fax solution developers, product and deployment support teams, quality assurance and test engineers, and computer engineers. It also serves as a valuable textbook for graduate-level students in electrical engineering and computer engineering courses.



Understanding IPv6

Understanding IPv6 Author Joseph Davies
ISBN-10 9780735675025
Release 2012-06-15
Pages 716
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Your essential guide to deploying IPv6 on Windows networks Get in-depth technical information to put IPv6 technology to work—including networks with hardware running Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Written by a networking expert, this reference explains IPv6 features and benefits, and provides detailed information to help you implement this protocol. You’ll learn best practices for using IPv6 services in your Windows network, whether you’re an IT professional, a network administrator, or an IT student. Discover how to: Use Windows features and tools to implement IPv6 on your network Set up a test lab to experiment with IPv6 configuration and functionality Understand dynamic routing and the IPv6 routing protocols Use IPv6 transition technologies to support both IPv4 and IPv6 during deployment Implement IPv6 security features and measures Deploy native IPv6 connectivity to an IPv4-only intranet Apply best practices from the Microsoft corporate network case study Test your understanding of IPv6 concepts with end-of-chapter quizzes



Securing VoIP Networks

Securing VoIP Networks Author Peter Thermos
ISBN-10 9780132702300
Release 2007-08-01
Pages 384
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In Securing VoIP Networks, two leading experts systematically review the security risks and vulnerabilities associated with VoIP networks and offer proven, detailed recommendations for securing them. Drawing on case studies from their own fieldwork, the authors address VoIP security from the perspective of real-world network implementers, managers, and security specialists. The authors identify key threats to VoIP networks, including eavesdropping, unauthorized access, denial of service, masquerading, and fraud; and review vulnerabilities in protocol design, network architecture, software, and system configuration that place networks at risk. They discuss the advantages and tradeoffs associated with protection mechanisms built into SIP, SRTP, and other VoIP protocols; and review key management solutions such as MIKEY and ZRTP. Next, they present a complete security framework for enterprise VoIP networks, and provide detailed architectural guidance for both service providers and enterprise users. 1 Introduction 2 VoIP Architectures and Protocols 3 Threats and Attacks 4 VoIP Vulnerabilites 5 Signaling Protection Mechanisms 6 Media Protection Mechanisms 7 Key Management Mechanisms 8 VoIP and Network Security Controls 9 A Security Framework for Enterprise VoIP Networks 10 Provider Architectures and Security 11 Enterprise Architectures and Security



Voice and Data Communications Handbook

Voice and Data Communications Handbook Author Regis J. Bates
ISBN-10 0072131888
Release 2001
Pages 1074
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Once again, Bud Bates brings you the most comprehensive and definitive reference covering the latest in networking and telecommunications technologies. Updated to cover wireless protocols, optical networking, and high-speed broadband services this easy-to-understand resource contains comprehensive coverage of this fast-growing industry. Learn everything from basic concepts to practical implementation techniques--all presented in a straightforward and jargon-free style.



Computer and Communication Networks

Computer and Communication Networks Author Nader F. Mir
ISBN-10 9780133814743
Release 2014-12-18
Pages 874
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Computer and Communication Networks, Second Edition, explains the modern technologies of networking and communications, preparing you to analyze and simulate complex networks, and to design cost-effective networks for emerging requirements. Offering uniquely balanced coverage of basic and advanced topics, it teaches through case studies, realistic examples and exercises, and intuitive illustrations. Nader F. Mir establishes a solid foundation in basic networking concepts; TCP/IP schemes; wireless and LTE networks; Internet applications, such as Web and e-mail; and network security. Then, he delves into both network analysis and advanced networking protocols, VoIP, cloud-based multimedia networking, SDN, and virtualized networks. In this new edition, Mir provides updated, practical, scenario-based information that many networking books lack, offering a uniquely effective blend of theory and implementation. Drawing on extensive field experience, he presents many contemporary applications and covers key topics that other texts overlook, including P2P and voice/video networking, SDN, information-centric networking, and modern router/switch design. Students, researchers, and networking professionals will find up-to-date, thorough coverage of Packet switching Internet protocols (including IPv6) Networking devices Links and link interfaces LANs, WANs, and Internetworking Multicast routing, and protocols Wide area wireless networks and LTE Transport and end-to-end protocols Network applications and management Network security Network queues and delay analysis Advanced router/switch architecture QoS and scheduling Tunneling, VPNs, and MPLS All-optical networks, WDM, and GMPLS Cloud computing and network virtualization Software defined networking (SDN) VoIP signaling Media exchange and voice/video compression Distributed/cloud-based multimedia networks Mobile ad hoc networks Wireless sensor networks Key features include More than three hundred fifty figures that simplify complex topics Numerous algorithms that summarize key networking protocols and equations Up-to-date case studies illuminating concepts and theory Approximately four hundred exercises and examples honed over Mir's twenty years of teaching networking



Asterisk

Asterisk Author Jim Van Meggelen
ISBN-10 9780596510480
Release 2007-08-28
Pages 574
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Provides information on Asterisk, an open source telephony application.