Ethernet Training Program

Typically, Ethernet cables are used to provide an internet connection, connect devices to a local network. They plug into Ethernet ports on a variety of devices. The most common use for an Ethernet cable is connecting a WiFi router or modem to the internet entry port or telephone line.Network Engineer duties and responsibilities of the job:-
Designing and implementing new network solutions and/or improving the efficiency of current networks. Installing, configuring and supporting network equipment including routers, proxy servers, switches, WAN accelerators, DNS and DHCP.

Why Use Ethernet?

Why Ethernet is again an important segment of the article, there must be definitely some specific reasons to support this argument. We have seen the importance of Ethernet in human society where we covered a different aspect of it.


  • There has been a rapid development in this technology in terms of sustainability, cost reduction, multiple layer compatibility, and adaption, etc.
  • Its wide variety: there are a set of categorized protocols available, around 30 industrial protocols which are working to provide the best combination in terms of speed and costs.
  • There is a very low rate of latency to happen for any Ethernet connections, this is again a crucial factor as it creates a delay in transmission of data from devices to routers.
  • It is always more reliable over any other internet connection (let us say Wi-Fi), with the proper setup there won’t be any connection loss issue, Wi-Fi’s, on the other hand, is susceptible to interferences.
  • The energy-efficient factor is very crucial but these are not taken by users often: talking of CAT6 Ethernet cable, which consumes less energy than Wi-Fi connections.
  • Course Agenda :-

    1. Network Fundamentals:

    Assigning a Computer’s IP Address
    Pinging a Device’s IP Address
    Assigning IP Addresses Using RSLinx Classic Software and Rotary Switches
    Assigning IP Addresses Using BOOTP/DHCP Server Software
    Configuring Stratix 5700 Switch Settings Using the Express Setup
    Creating and Assigning VLANs

    2. Network Access

    Configuring DHCP Persistence
    Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT)
    Configuring Port Security and Traffic Monitoring
    Monitoring Stratix 5700 Switch Status and Performance
    Managing a Stratix 5700 Switch Using a Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project

    3. Isolation Of Ethernet

    Isolating EtherNet/IP Network Problems
    Diagnosing Problems with EtherNet/IP Modules
    Diagnosing Problems with EtherNet/IP Network Components
    Monitoring an EtherNet/IP Network Using WebEnabled Technologies
    Troubleshooting a Stratix 5700 Switch
    Updating Stratix 5700 Switch Firmware

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