Master the design, implementation, management, and troubleshooting of a Voice over IP system on a large network infrastructure Master the design and implementation best practices for MGCP- and SIP-based service provider VoIP architecture, including configuration examples and debug outputs Learn the basics of the Softswitch-based Call Control Identify the common pitfalls and benefits associated with the integration of Voice in service providers' IP networks Voice over IP (VoIP) is gaining an important position in today's fast growing and competitive telecommunications industry. It is already on its way to become the dominant means for end-to-end voice delivery. VoIP Architectures for Large-Scale Networks helps you navigate the challenges and opportunities of implementing a Voice over IP system on a large scale network. The book offers the most up-to-date reference material for VoIP design, incorporating the most current innovations from Cisco in the Softswitch-based VoIP marketplace. This helps you understand the benefits of deploying Cisco Softswitch in a Service Provider environment. As you learn to master the design and implementation best practices for MGCP- and SIP-based service provider VoIP architectures, you will be able to follow configuration examples and debug outputs. The book starts with a general introduction, then moves on to the interfaces of a VoIP solution. It then goes on to discuss communication protocols, security, services, unified messaging and it's related services, traffic engineering, and concludes with a look to the future of VoIP.The book offers the most up-to-date reference material for VoIP design, incorporating the most current innovations from Cisco in the Softswitch-based VoIP marketplace.
|Title||:||VoIP Architectures for Large-Scale Networks|
|Author||:||Kashif Siddiqui, Faisal Chaudry, Kashif Zeeshan|
|Publisher||:||Cisco Systems - 2007-11|