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NSP Classic Management NFM-P: System Operations Administration

Course Number: OS00065-V-1800
Course Duration: 3 days (including lectures and hands-on lab exercises)
 

Course Overview

This course is a 30/70 combination of theoretical and hands-on lab exercises intended for those personnel responsible for preparing the Classic Management NFM-P for operations, including: creating and ensuring the integrity of the managed network domain; and, managing system-wide settings. System-wide settings, include: user security; managing user access to managed objects through workspaces; and alarms management policies.

Course objectives

The learner will be able to:

  • Explain the managed network domain
  • Demonstrate resynchronization process between Classic Management NFM-P server and managed network element
  • Create personalized workspaces and validate the results of deploying workspaces
  • Explain the components required to create user accounts
  • Explain the results of assigning user account permissions
  • Explain user account management
  • Explain track user activity and actions

Course modules

  • 1 - 4G Mobile Networks
    • 1.1 - Drivers for 4G Wireless Networks
  • 2 - Combined SGW and PGW (system architecture evolution) gateway
    • 2.1 - Combined SPGW SAEGW Overview
    • 2.2 - Mobile Gateway
    • 2.3 - Discovery procedure
    • 2.4 - Basic Configuration of SAEGW
    • 2.5 - Cloud Mobile Gateway
  • 3 - EPS concepts
    • 3.1 - Key LTE Concepts
    • 3.2 - Mobility and connection management
  • 4 - EPS Protocols
    • 4.1 - EPS Protocols
  • 5 - Advanced configuration procedures
    • 5.1 - Configuring SAEGW using NFM-P-Creation of Profiles
    • 5.2 - Configuring SAEGW using NFM-P-VPRN and Interface Creation
    • 5.3 - Provisioning of EPS interfaces-GTP
    • 5.4 - Provisioning of EPS interfaces-Diameter
    • 5.5 - Provisioning of APN on PGW
    • 5.6 - PCC Rules
  • 6 - Key LTE procedures
    • 6.1 - UE network attach procedure
    • 6.2 - Dedicated bearer
    • 6.3 - Other procedures

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