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5 Days Course for MEF-CECP Exam Preparation
Carrier Ethernet
Carrier Ethernet
Network
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Course Introduction
This “Carrier Ethernet” comprehensive training is five days long instructor-led classroom training.
It...
Table of Contents
Day 1
Chapter 1: Introduction to Carrier Ethernet
1.1 Why we love Ethernet 7
1.2 Ethernet limitations 8
...
4.1 List of Service Attributes 58
4.2 Per UNI Service Attributes 59
4.3 EVC per UNI Service Attributes 80
4.4 Per EVC Serv...
6.2 UNI Classification 112
6.3 Mandatory & Optional Features 117
Day 3
Chapter 7: E-Access Services
7.1 E-Access Services ...
Day 4
Chapter 10:Access Technologies
10.1 Access Infrastructures 4
10.2 How compare Access Technologies 9
10.3 Ethernet ov...
14.2 Mobile Backhaul Services 20
14.3 Comparing & Positioning CE Services with Legacy Services 47
Chapter 15:Miscellaneous...
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MEF-CECP course outline

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MEF-CECP course outline

  1. 1. 5 Days Course for MEF-CECP Exam Preparation Carrier Ethernet Carrier Ethernet Network 1
  2. 2. Course Introduction This “Carrier Ethernet” comprehensive training is five days long instructor-led classroom training. It targets MEF-CECP exam and provides an excellent preparation to trainees who wish to appear in MEF-CECP exam in near future. Professionals working in Telecom/Networking domains with varying responsibilities are target trainees for this training. The training covers over sixteen chapters targeting various Carrier Ethernet related aspects & topics. These chapters include all the information and knowledge required to pass this exam. It covers all domains mentioned on MEF’s website and in accordance with the Blue Print for MEF- CECP certification. Trainees will be supplied hard-copy manual which includes all the theory, examples, exercises, charts, references, tables, and other concerning material for preparation of MEF-CECP exam. On the last day of training (day five), a two-hours long practice test will be offered to students so that they can get good practice for actual exam. Instructor will provide solution and question by question explanation to students once they done with practice test. Trainees are advised to take MEF-CECP exam conducted via MEF’s partner proctors within a week’s time after completion of training. The exam can easily be taken at home or office via online proctors listed on MEF website. The instructor of this training course believes in interactive teaching style and therefore encourages students to participate in discussions and ask tons of questions in informal classroom setup. Instructor has over 15+ years of experience working for large telecom operators and vendors. He has passed both MEF-CECP exams and is highly regarded in telecom sector. This training will prove be an excellent resource for proudly earning the title of MEF-CECP.
  3. 3. Table of Contents Day 1 Chapter 1: Introduction to Carrier Ethernet 1.1 Why we love Ethernet 7 1.2 Ethernet limitations 8 1.3 What is MEN? 9 1.4 What is Carrier Ethernet? 10 1.5 Carrier Ethernet Benefits 11 1.6 Ethernet Service Model 13 1.7 Carrier Ethernet Attributes 16 1.8 Understanding Technical Specification, Implementation Agreement, & Abstract Test Suite 17 Chapter 2: MEF Services 2.1 MEF Service Types 23 2.2 Exploring Individual Services 24 Chapter 3: Carrier Ethernet Fundamentals 3.1 UNI 40 3.2 EVC 43 3.3 ENNI 47 3.4 OVC 49 3.5 Distinguish between Service-Provider & Operator 51 3.6 Understanding SLA & SLS 53 Chapter 4: Service Attributes
  4. 4. 4.1 List of Service Attributes 58 4.2 Per UNI Service Attributes 59 4.3 EVC per UNI Service Attributes 80 4.4 Per EVC Service Attributes 88 Day 2 4.5 EVC Performance 14 4.6 Example of Assigning Service Attributes values 27 Chapter 5: MEF Services extended over multiple Operator MENs 5.1 MEF Service extended over two or more Operator MENs 37 5.2 ENNI 40 5.3 OVC Types 44 5.4 OVC End-Point Role 48 5.5 Hairpin Switching 51 5.6 Service Frame Tagging at ENNI 56 5.7 Per ENNI Service Attributes 64 5.8 OVC Service Attributes 66 5.9 OVC end-point per ENNI Service Attributes 69 5.10 OVC per UNI Service Attributes 71 5.11 ENNI Frame Format 73 5.12 Protection at ENNI 75 5.13 End-Point Map 76 5.14 Rooted-Multipoint OVCs 90 Chapter 6: UNI Requirements 6.1 UNI 108
  5. 5. 6.2 UNI Classification 112 6.3 Mandatory & Optional Features 117 Day 3 Chapter 7: E-Access Services 7.1 E-Access Services 4 7.2 E-Access Service Types 8 7.3 Access-EPL 9 7.4 Access-EVPL 10 7.5 E-Access Service Attributes 11 7.6 Performance Objectives for E-Access Services 23 7.7 E-Access vs. E-Line 34 Chapter 8: MEF-Standardized Classes of Service 8.1 Class of Service 36 8.2 Performance Attributes, Metrics, Objectives, Parameters 37 8.3 MEF-Standardized Class of Service 40 Chapter 9: Service OAM 9.1 Link OAM & Service OAM 60 9.2 SOAM Domains 63 9.3 Defining MIP, MEP, ME, & MEG 67 9.4 NIDs 76 9.5 Connectivity Fault Management Mechanisms 78 9.6 Performance Monitoring Parameters 86
  6. 6. Day 4 Chapter 10:Access Technologies 10.1 Access Infrastructures 4 10.2 How compare Access Technologies 9 10.3 Ethernet over xPON 14 Chapter 11:Transport Technologies 11.1 Ethernet Centric Transport Technologies 36 11.2 Optical Transport Technologies 56 11.3 MPLS Centric Transport Technologies 65 11.4 Ethernet Protection Mechanisms 80 Chapter 12:MEF Certifications 12.1 Certification Types 92 12.2 Certification targeting Vendor Equipment 95 12.3 Certification for Professionals 97 12.4 Service Certification for Carrier Ethernet Service-Providers 101 Chapter 13:Circuit Emulation Services over Ethernet 13.1 Circuit Emulation 104 13.2 Components of Circuit Emulation Service over Ethernet 106 13.3 CESoETH in Mobile Backhaul 111 13.4 Ethernet-based Clock Synchronization Methods 116 Day 5 Chapter 14:Applications 14.1 Target Applications 4
  7. 7. 14.2 Mobile Backhaul Services 20 14.3 Comparing & Positioning CE Services with Legacy Services 47 Chapter 15:Miscellaneous Topics 15.1 Miscellaneous Topics 65 Chapter 16: Appendix A & B 16.1 Appendix A 67 16.2 Appendix B 92 Chapter 17:Practice Test & Solution

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