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Begin by learning the basics of networking. Understand concepts like IP addresses, subnetting, routing, and the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model, which defines the layers involved in network communication. Flair Technologies is providing the best Network Protocol Development Training in Bangalore with most experienced professionals. Our trainer working in Network Protocol Development Training and related technologies for more than 11+ years in MNC’s. We are offering best Network Protocol Development Training in Bangalore and online.

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About Network Protocol:

Our telecom protocol course is designed to equip the candidate with the programming skills and the hands on experience on real-time Telecom Protocol development and Protocol testing projects. The classes taken via skype and candidates from all over the world can join our course.

Network Protocol Development Course Outline:

Advanced C:

Architecture Of Simple Computer:
  • CPU
  • Memory
  • I/O controllers
  • Executable Image contents
  • Text/Code
  • Data (Initialized and uninitialized)
  • Heap
  • Stack
Development Tools and Environment:
  1. Compilation Stages
  2. Object file format
  • Function of Linker
  • Executable file format
  • Executable file vs Executable Image in memory
Archive or Library Utility:
Make utility:
Source Code Control System (SCCS):
Project Environment Development:
  • Module concept
  • Interface functions
  • Unit testing of module
  • Test Driver
  • Test Stub
  • Definition, Declaration/prototype, Invocation
  • Function type and return value
  • Output parameters
  • Pass by value and pass by reference
  • Local variables
  • Static variables
  • Thread of execution (stack frames)
  • Stdio functions
  • Passing parameters to a C function from assembly language
  • Accessing the parameters from the C function from assembly language
  • Pointers Vs Integers
  • Pointer type
  • Pointer de-reference
  • Pointers and arrays
  • Pointer arithmetic
  • Array of pointers
  • Pointers and Dynamic memory
  • Function pointers
  • Valid Indexes to array
  • Addresses of elements of array
  • Initialization
  • Using pointer as an array
  • Strings
  • Passing an array to a function
  • Two-dimensional array initialization
  • Two-dimensional arrays and pointers
User Defined Datatypes:
  • Structures
  • Unions
  • Typedef
  • Enums
  • Compound type
  • Packing of elements within a structure
  • Alignment and hole in the structure
  • Structure pointers
  • Accessing elements of a structure using structure pointers
  • Dynamic allocation of memory for structures
  • Self-referential structures
  • Passing structure parameters to functions
  • Returning a structure or struct pointer by a function
  • Differences between union and structure
  • Uses of unions
Bit Operations:
  • Binary, Decimal, and Hex conversions
  • Logical versus Bitwise operations
  • Masking a bit
  • Testing a bit
  • Setting a bit
  • Testing a set of bits
  • Setting a set of bits
  • Big Endian and Little endian
  • ASCII codes and file formats
  • Interpreting the contents of a file
  • As a text
  • As a numbers(int, short, float or combination)
  • As a image
  • As a sound
  • As CPU instructions
File Operations:
  • Storing structures in binary format
  • Storing structures in ASCII format
Essential Data Structures:
  • Operations on arrays
  • Strings
Linked Lists:
  • Single linked lists
  • Operations on linked lists
  • Double linked lists
  • Linear queues
  • Circular queues
Search Techniques:
  • Linear search
  • Binary search
  • Hash-based search
Packets or Messages:
  • Framing of messages
  • Parsing of messages
File Formats:
Mini Project in C:

Linux System Programming:

Introduction to Linux:
  • Process Management
  • File Management
  • Memory Management
  • I/O management
Unix File I/O System Calls:
  • File descriptors
  • File types
  • Stdin, Stdout and Stderr File descriptors
  • Link or Relationship between File Descriptor and File or device
  • File descriptors of same file but from multiple processes
  • Unix File I/O calls (unbuffered i/o)
  • open, create, close, lseek, read, write, dup, dup2
  • fcntl, ioctl
  • File types, IDs and Access permissions
Standard I/0 Library Functions:
  • fopen, fread, fwrite, fclose & fseek
  • Relationship between file descriptor and FILE pointer
  • Character at a time I/O
  • Line at a time I/O
  • Formatted I/O
Reading and Writing Structures to Files:
  • In ascii format
  • In Binary format
  • Modifying a structure in the file
The Environment of a Unix Process:
  • How C program starts and terminates as process
  • Memory layout of a C Program
  • Main function, Command line arguments, Environment variables
  • exit(), _exit() and atexit() functions
Process System Calls:
  • Process Identifiers
  • fork, vfork, exit, wait, waitpid, execv
Initial Process Relationships:
  • Terminal Logins
  • Signal Concepts
  • Signal(), kill(), raise(), alarm() and pause()
Inter Process Communication:
  • Pipes
  • FIFO (Named pipes)
  • Message Queues
  • Semaphores
  • Shared Memory
  • Multi-threaded programming
  • Synchronization and Mutual exclusion for threads
  • POSIX Semaphores

Network Programming:

Introduction to Networking:
  • Need/Uses of Networking
  • Network topologies
  • Typical media used in each
  • Typical protocols used in each
  • LAN Standards
  • Ethernet, Token Ring, Token Bus, FDDI
  • Ethernet Media (Thick, Thin, Twisted pair)
  • WAN Standards
  • Dial-up, Leased Line
  • ATM
  • Wireless
Network Protocol Layers:
  • Use of Layers
  • OSI Protocol layers
  • TCP/IP protocol layers
Socket Programming:
  • Concept of socket / socket pair
  • Concept of Client and Server
  • Concept of connectionless and connection-oriented protocols (UDP/TCP)
  • Socket calls for UDP server and client
  • Socket calls for TCP server and client
  • Algorithms and Issues in Client software design
  • Algorithms and Issues in Server software design
  • Iterative, Connectionless Servers
  • Iterative Connection-Oriented servers
  • Concurrent, Connection-Oriented servers
  • Serving multiple clients with a single process
  • Serving multiple clients with one thread per client
UDP/TCP Applications:
  • TFTP
  • SMTP
  • HTTP
  • Mixed techniques
TCP/IP Stack Internals:
Internet Addresses:
  • IP Address
  • Hardware Addresses
  • Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast in IP and HW addresses
  • Ethernet Frame format
  • ARP
Internet Protocol:
  • Packet format
  • Fragmentation and Re-assembly
  • Routing
  • Timeout and Retransmission
  • Flow control
  • State machine
  • Congestion control
  • Silly window syndrome
  • Socket API Interface
Software Engineering:
  • Software Development Life Cycle
  • Requirement Specification
  • Design (High level and Detailed)
  • Coding, Coding standards
  • Unit testing, Unit test plan, Test drivers, test stubs
  • Integration and System testing and their test plans
  • Acceptance test plan
Major Project:
  • Finally, the student will do a major project on network, wireless, or telecom protocols using VxWorks or VxWorks-like RTOS.

Remember that this is a detailed outline and can be adjusted based on the duration of the course, the depth of coverage desired for each topic, and the level of expertise of the participants. Additionally, as technology evolves, new tools and practices might emerge, so it’s essential to keep the course content up-to-date to reflect the latest trends and best practices.

Can You Get a Job with this Course ?

Telecom is one of the largest growing domains in India and the world. There is a continuous business requirement for development, testing and maintaining the software that runs the whole infrastructure and are telecom based. The most essential part of any telecom based organization are the Telecom Protocols who are the carriers of value added services by running mission critical applications. Network Protocol Development comes with C and Network Protocol which is a rare technology having plenty of opportunities in companies like HCL, Juniper, L & T InfoTech, Capgemini, Tech Mahindra, Cisco with plenty of opportunities and less competition when compared to other technologies with good salary pay and peaceful jobs with very less risk of firing from the organisation. All you need to do is enroll now.

Learning Objectives:

Master Network Protocol Development with the expert-led training with real-life projects.

Get hands-on experience with 20+ industry related cases studies.

Mock exam and interviews.

Mentors from Top Global Product companies.

Guaranteed job support for freshers and professionals to start a great career in combination of Programming and Networking technologies.

Get authorized and industry-recognized certification after course completion.

A Portfolio of Real-world Projects.

Course Features:

Course Duration - 55 Hours

Levels - All Levels

Language - English

1000+ Students

Full lifetime access

Job Assistance

Mentor Support

What you will Learn in this Course ?

There are tremendous opportunities for highly trained software professionals in the field of protocol development and protocol testing. The trained professionals from Telecom domains are required to develop, enhance, test, maintain and support the protocol or telecommunication stack with the remarkable knowledge of the entire system. Our telecom protocol course is designed to prepare the candidate with the programming skills and the hands on experience on real-time telecom protocol development and protocol testing projects. The classes are taken online on weekends and candidates from all over the world can join our course. Special weekday classes are also scheduled.

Who can Take this Course ?

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College Students those are interested to pursue their career as a Network Protocol Developer can take this program. This Program will help you get hired with attractive salary package after completing your college. This is the right time for you to utilize & learn as many skills that will help you in hiring as well as to get attractive salary.

This program will help you switch from your current domain to a Network Protocol Development. We had seen a huge number of working professional took this program & got amazing hikes, switched from boring jobs to a Network Protocol Development & even got 100% hike from their current salary.

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100% Placement Support

Weekdays/Weekend LIVE classes

One-on-One with Mentors

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Industry Oriented Projects

Instructors are from MNC’s

Lab Sessions

Doubt Clearance Sessions

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