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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 Introduction to Voice over the Internet Protocol

    1. What Is VoIP?

    2. Real-time Versus Nonreal-time Data

    3. Why Change to VoIP?

    4. VoIP and FCC Regulation

    5. General VoIP Topologies

    6. Power over Ethernet

    7. VoIP Protocols

    8. VoIP Basic Operation

    9. Unified Communications

    10. Summary

    11. Standards and Reading

    12. Review Questions

    13. Review Question Answers

    14. Lab Activities

  2. Chapter 2 Traditional Telephony

    1. Introduction

    2. Overview

    3. Organizations

    4. Connecting to the Traditional World

    5. Telecommunication Companies

    6. Telephone Wiring

    7. Integrated Services Digital Network

    8. Basic Telephone-Call Operation

    9. Summary

    10. Standards and Reading

    11. Review Questions

    12. Review Question Answers

    13. Lab Activities

  3. Chapter 3 Session Initiation Protocol

    1. Introduction

    2. Protocol Description

    3. Basic Operation

    4. SIP Messages and Message Structure

    5. Basic Operation Continued

    6. Trunks

    7. Security

    8. Summary

    9. Standards and Reading

    10. Review Questions

    11. Review Question Answers

    12. Lab Activities

  4. Chapter 4 The Real-Time Transport Protocol and the Real-Time Control Protocol

    1. Protocol Description

    2. Profiles

    3. Basic Operation

    4. RTP Control Protocol

    5. Security

    6. Summary

    7. Standards and Reading

    8. Review Questions

    9. Review Answers

    10. Lab Activities

  5. Chapter 5 Codecs

    1. Audio Frequencies

    2. Voice Signals

    3. Audio Coders and Decoders

    4. Transcoding

    5. Packet Loss and Packet Loss Concealment (PLC)

    6. What Codec Are You Using?

    7. Video Signals

    8. Standards Groups for Video

    9. Summary

    10. Standards and Reading

    11. Review Questions

    12. Review Question Answers

    13. Lab Activities

  6. Chapter 6 H.323 ITU-T Recommendation for Packet-Based Multimedia Communications Systems

    1. Recommendation Description

    2. Subprotocols

    3. Basic Operation and Message Structure

    4. H.225 Messaging

    5. H.245

    6. Voice Data

    7. Termination

    8. Summary

    9. Standards and Reading

    10. Review Questions

    11. Review Question Answers

    12. Lab Activities

  7. Chapter 7 Skinny Client Control Protocol

    1. Protocol Description

    2. Topology Construction

    3. Operational Stages

    4. Performance Measuring

    5. Off-Site Calling

    6. Summary

    7. Reading

    8. Review Questions

    9. Review Answers

    10. Lab Activities

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