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iDirect Quality of Service (QoS) Course Description – 3.5
The iDirect Quality of Service (iQoS) is a five day advanced training course. It will provide the learner with the knowledge required to fully understand and efficiently configure Quality of Service on VT iDirect networks. This training is part of a set of advanced courses: Advanced iDirect Operation & Maintenance (AiOM) and iDirect Layer-2/Layer-3 Configuration (iL2L3) classes. This training is oriented for personnel responsible for designing and implementing Quality of Service (QoS) and Service Level Agreements (SLA) on iDirect networks. The training provides in-depth theoretical knowledge regarding the functionality of iDirect Quality of Service and features Group QoS with additional background knowledge on the subject.
The course, a blended format of lectures, demonstrations and practical exercises, is presented in a clear and technical format, providing each learner with the knowledge required to perform advanced GQoS configurations on iDirect networks. In addition to course material, the learner will obtain knowledge OSI stack, Ethernet frames, IP packets, TCP segments, packet generation and capturing tools, traffic filtering and of course knowledge on Group QoS (GQoS). The class will be conducted using iDX 3.5 software release exclusively.
After completing all associated materials, lectures, practical exercises and learner knowledge assessments, a final written exam would be administered at the end of the five-day training session.