Dialogic® BorderNet™ 4000 Session Border Controller Training


Course Overview

The Dialogic® BorderNet™ SBC - Session Border Controller (SBC) is a compact, high-performance security and session management peering platform for service providers with fixed and mobile networks.  The "Dialogic® BorderNet™ SBC - Session Border Controller Training" course provides participants with an in-depth explanation of the architecture and functionality of the BorderNet SBC product. The course explains the challenges VoIP introduces to traditional IP networks and the way Application Layer Gateways can overcome them.  The training course combines theory and hands-on practice.


3 days (24 hours)

Key Products

Target Audience

Support engineers and experienced switch technicians providing customer support for the 4000 SBC


Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand the architecture and functional roles of the BorderNet SBC
  • Configure and implement the BorderNet SBC in a carrier network
  • Understand call traces, message flows and basic troubleshooting of a security solution
  • Manage and monitor the BorderNet SBC functionality

Required Preparation

  • Experience with IP Networking and VoIP principles
  • Good understanding of the SIP protocol
  • Basic understanding of security in the IP world
  • Basic knowledge of C4 / C5 concepts
  • Detailed knowledge of H.323, security, peering, interworking, and networking protocols



Day 1 


  • SBC concepts and business need
  • VoIP challenges in traditional IP networks
  • Traditional firewall and NAT behavior
  • B2BUA architecture
  • 4000 SBC system description
  • 4000 SBC network topology
  • Key benefits

Module Description

  • Hardware specification
  • Module description


System Technologies

  • System block diagram
  • Levels of security
  • Security flow
  • Signaling
  • Profiler
  • THIG – topology hiding
  • Call handling
  • Call admission control
  • Media handling

Day 2

System Management

  • Integrated local management
  • Fault management system

System Configuration

  • Map configuration steps
  • System topology example
  • Configuration - step by step
  • Basic and advanced exercises


Day 3 

Installation & Initialization Procedure

  • System installation &  initialization procedure

System Monitor and Diagnostics

  • System alarms
  • Reports
  • Tracing

Border Net 4000 SBC Advanced part - Per customer request

Option 1  

  • SIP and SDP Profiler

Option 2

  • Control Switch 4 to BN4 integration


Option 3

  • SDR and customization
  • Bulk Provisioning


Option 4  (2 options can be selected)

  • IPv6
  • IPsec
  • TG support (RFC4904)
  • Access
  • External DNS
  • Overlapping IP
  • SIPconnect



Border Net 4000 SBC Course Summary

  • Final Q & A
  • Evaluations completed by students
  • Presentation of certificates

Number Of Participants:  A Maximum of ten participants per class and a minimum of 5 for the class to proceed

Training Manual: Each participant will receive a comprehensive training manual that will include in- depth theoretical material, exercises, and full product documentation.

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