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DSL Networks

ADSL2+ and VDSL2 with Vectoring

New: The topic of vectoring will be presented in detail in this course!

ADSL2+ has become synonymous with Internet accesses with high bit rates. The range of options provided by further DSL technologies is far from being fully used, be it in terms of Ethernet over VDSL or VPNs over SHDSL. Currently, the focus is on VDSL2 and vectoring, technologies which use new procedures to achieve highest bit rates. In the course, the participant gains a practice-related overview of the functions and applications of the different DSL variants. The setup of the network elements, the troubleshooting, and the protocols used are explained in a clear and uncomplicated manner.

Course Contents

• Legal Basis and Regulations
• Architecture of DSL Networks
• Subscriber Line
• DSLAMs—Setup and Functions
• Modulation Procedures: DMT and TCPAM
• Fault Repair with Reed-Solomon and Trellis Encoding
• Fault Repair on the Subscriber Line and Measuring Technology
• VDSL2 Vectoring and Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM)
• ATM Aggregation Networks: Setup and DSL-Specific Configuration
• Ethernet Aggregation Networks: Architecture, Redundancy Concepts, Stacked VLANs (802.1ah)
• PPPoE and Registration Procedures
• DSL Routers and Modems: Configuration, Functions, and Troubleshooting
• Autoconfiguration According to TR-069
• Interfaces at the Customer Site: UR-2, 10/100Base-T, USB
• VoIP and Video over DSL: Bit Rates and QoS

 Each participant will receive the comprehensive course documentation of the ExperTeach Networking series in German language. Optionally, we provide the printed version or an ExperTeach e-book.

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Target Group

This practice-oriented course addresses everyone who requires detailed know-how about DSL for setup, operation and troubleshooting or designing and consulting activities in the DSL environment.

Knowledge Prerequisites

Apart from a basic technical know-how, no special knowledge is required to participate in the course. Knowledge on TCP/IP will be helpful.