Provides an in depth understanding of VectaStar hardware and software components and how the system operates, including use of the VNMS.
At the end of the course students will be able to design and implement mixed Ethernet and TDM networks using VectaStar components, work independently to locate and resolve most faults and work with the CBNL support team to identify more complex issues.
Who should attend?
Personnel involved in managing the VectaStar system; designing services and diagnosing problems with the VectaStar system. Cambridge VAR support teams.
What will I learn?
- VectaStar System overview
- VectaStar hardware components
- Detailed VectaStar services
- Network designs
- IP QoS with VectaStar
- E1 synchronisation schemes
- Capacity planning
- Fault finding
- Analysing complex faults
- Network monitoring
- VNMS events and alarms
- VNMS reporting
- RC-based Hub site disaster recovery.
It is essential that participants have successfully completed a VST-Eng course already, or have extensive experience with the VectaStar range of products. A basic understanding of IP and TDM networks and Linux administration would be an added advantage.
Certificate is awarded on successful completion of the course with a final exam.
Qualification remains valid for 3 years.
All equipment provided by the training lab.