ANDINALINK COURSES 2019
Technological Update Course II - ISPs
Tuesday, February 26
Workshop of Implementation of Wireless Links for the Transport of Data
In this workshop, the configuration of Point-to-Point (PtP) links and Multi-Point Point links (PtMP) from different manufacturers can be observed live, for which the Instructor will explain the characteristics and benefits of the technologies with which they will be worked on. laboratories One of the main objectives is that at the end of this workshop the participant has the appropriate criteria to decide the devices to implement in their infrastructure, and can make timely consultations to wholesale distributors. This workshop is divided into 3 main sections:
|11:00 a 13:00|| Soluciones WiFi Empresariales |
Implementation of typical WiFi network solutions based on 3 different manufacturers: Ubiquiti, Cambium Networks y MikroTik. The current trends in this type of infrastructure will be demonstrated. Duration 2 hours.
|14:00 a 16:00|| Implementation of High Capacity Wireless Links |
The demonstration of high-capacity wireless links (links of more than 100 Mbps) that will be an alternative to Fiber Optics will be demonstrated
|16:00 a 18:00|| Implementation of Last Mile Wireless Links |
Live laboratories will be realized with equipment that allows an optimal implementation of services (IPTV, Data, Video Surveillance) to the final user.
Wednesday, February 27
|09:00 a 13:00|| Bandwidth Control and Quality of Service (QoS) Workshop |
The growing demand for Internet bandwidth by the client forces WISPs to optimize the resources they deliver. The requirement of Video in High Definition quality (HD, 1920 x 1080, requires 5 Mbps of Internet bandwidth) is already a reality in almost every home, and the requirement of Ultra HD 4K quality (UHD, 3840 x 2160, requires 25 Mbps) is just around the corner. Network administrators are obliged, if they wish to remain in the business, to provide an adequate Quality of Service (QoS) that is dynamically administered to their clients. In these laboratories the way in which a Bandwidth Control and a correct Quality of Service can be implemented with MikroTik RouterOS equipment will be explained.
Thursday, February 28
Workshop Load Balancing and Internal Routing of Public IP Addresses
The load balancing (load distribution to several Internet providers), together with the internal distribution (within the WISP network) of a Public IP address or a segment of Public addresses are part of the current requirements of almost all Internet providers. In these laboratories, the correct implementation of these solutions will be demonstrated live. This workshop is divided into 2 main sections:
|09:00 a 11:00|| Taller de Balanceo de Carga |
It will explain the 2 main methods that exist to perform load balancing using MikroTik RouterOS. In the laboratories the efficiency and usefulness of each method will be demonstrated
|09:00 a 11:00|| Public Address Internal Routing Workshop |
The assignment of a Public IP address to a client through tunnels can not be considered as a definitive solution, but only as a very temporary alternative and that should be avoided at all costs. The correct way to deliver a Public IP address to a client, or a segment of Public IPs, is through a standard routing procedure. In this laboratory it will be observed that this simple process that inevitably requires an adequate structure of the WISP network
For each of the workshops we have banks of questions to develop a final evaluation test. Based on our standards, approval scores are 75/100 or higher. According to that score our students receive a certificate of attendance only (when they score less than 75/100), or receive a certificate of approval.