Virtual Local Area Network Bridging with TSN Enhancements
This course introduces the components of network architecture that play a vital role in time-sensitive networking (TSN), and which provide the tools needed by network architects to properly architect networks to support the delivery of data for time-sensitive applications. The course explores the architecture of the Virtual Local Area Network Bridging (VLAN) focusing on the core functions of bridging, frame forwarding, and bridge management. Network topologies are covered, including logical network overlays, link management functions, and path redundancy. Network management protocols and the attendant YANG network management model is discussed. Quality of Service, critical to TSN, is detailed along with several TSN configuration models.
What you will learn:
- How a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) works
- Understand VLAN bridge architecture and data flow
- VLAN TSN tools
- Network topology and overlays
- Understanding the MAC address hierarchy in the data plan
- Additional protocols (tools) in the control plane
- Understand Quality of Service and traffic prioritization
- TSN configuration models
This course is part of the following course program:
Time-Sensitive Networking for New Ethernet Bridging Applications
Courses included in this program:
- Time Synchronization & Audio Video Bridging
- Precision Time Protocol & Selected TSN Use Cases
- From 4G to 5G Fronthaul with TSN
- Selection and Use of TSN Tools
Who should attend: Managers, practicing professionals, academics, undergraduates, electrical engineers
János Farkas is a principal researcher of the Deterministic Networking at Ericsson. He is active in standardization of deterministic networking technologies in packet networks, for which he received the IEEE Standards Association Medallion. He serves as the Chair of the IEEE 802.1 Time-Sensitive Networking Task Group, and as the Co-Chair of the IETF Deterministic Networking Working Group. He holds Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary.
Glenn Parsons is a principal standardization advisor at Ericsson. He is an internationally known expert in networking, including mobile transport and Ethernet. Over the past number of years, he has held several leadership positions in various standards activities including IETF, IEEE-SA, and ITU-T. He is currently Chair of the IEEE 802.1 working group. In addition to being the founding Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Communications Standards Magazine, he was previously a Senior Technical Editor for IEEE Communications Magazine. He holds a B.Eng. degree in electrical engineering from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Publication Year: 2023