Industrial Network Training Program

you will learn about the latest developments in networking, including practical tips on designing, implementing and testing TCP/IP-based networks and how to apply them securely and reliably in an Industrial environment. You will discuss the functions and purposes of the elements used to create and protect an industrial network including switches, routers, firewalls and Intrusion detection/prevention systems. This course will expand your practical knowledge of LAN, WAN, and Web technologies. It illustrates what is safe and practical for today's plant floor, including Internet technologies such as web servers, TCP/IP, and fiber optics. Special focus will be placed on the questions of security in the industrial setting drawing on the work of the SP-99 committee and NIST. The course will cover the details of IP addressing and how functions and protocols such as DHCP, DNS, ARP/RARP and fast spanning tree are essential to make such networks function. The course will include network troubleshooting and the use of network diagnostic tools.

You will be able to::

  • Expand your understanding of LAN, WAN intranet, and Internet concepts
  • Recognize how the structure of the telephone system impacts industrial networks
  • Identify analog dial-up connections and modems standards
  • Explain modern digital WANs and the service options for corporate intranets
  • Learn the basics of fiber-optic networks, including cable selection for the plant floor
  • Apply the TCP/IP protocols, addressing, and troubleshooting
  • Learn how web technology works and how web server capability is being used in industry
  • Estimate where web technologies can safely be used for process control
  • Understand the basics of network security architectures and how layering and segmentation can improve security
  • Understand security technologies such as firewalls, proxy servers, virus scanning and intrusion protection
  • Perform basic security scanning on your networks and perform 'hardening' of your computers
  • Course Description/Module :-

  • Need of Networking : Brief History
  • Different Types of Networking Architecture
  • Topology
  • OSI Model of Networking
  • Networking Hardware
  • Network Standards
  • Safety and Management Concept of Designing a Project
  •       1.MODBUS
          6.FIP I/O
  • Proprietary Network
  • Master Slave Configurations
  • RTUS – Remote Terminal Units
  • Network Comparisons
  • Design Cases
  • Scheme of Remote I/O
  • Design Case of Remote I/O
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