CCP182 | Essentials of Industrial Ethernet Networks for an OT Professional
June 16 @ 8:30 am - June 17 @ 5:00 pm EDT$1700
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Demonstrate understanding of basic Ethernet networking skills, terminology, and concepts
- Apply these skills when performing advanced network specification, configuration, and troubleshooting tasks
In this course, you will learn how to verify communications between devices, recognize data transmission types, and differentiate between OSI Model Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching functions.
Who Should Attend
Operations technology (OT) professionals (such as control engineers) and others responsible for installing, configuring, and/or maintaining industrial devices on an Ethernet network should attend this course.
To successfully complete this course the ability to perform basic Microsoft Windows operating system tasks is required.
All technology is provided for student use in the classroom by Rockwell Automation. It is not necessary for students to bring any technology with them when attending this course.
To enhance and facilitate the students’ learning experiences, the following materials are provided as part of the course package:
- Student Lessons: Includes the key concepts, definitions, examples, and activities presented in this course.
- Lab Book: Provides learning activities and hands-on practice. Solutions are included after each exercise for immediate feedback.
- EtherNet/IP Procedures Guide: Provides the steps required to complete tasks common to configuring devices to communicate over an EtherNet/IP network.
- Cisco IOS Configuration Fundamentals Command Reference: Contains comprehensive list of switch and router commands.
- Using the Command-Line Interface: Part of the Cisco Systems Software Configuration Guide (Industrial Ethernet 2000 Switch). Shows more detailed breakdown of Cisco interface.
This is a two-day course.
Rockwell Automation is authorized by IACET to offer 1.4 CEUs for this program.
- Interpreting g an Ethernet Network Hardware Layout
- Verifying Communications between Two Ethernet Devices
- Interpreting Basic Data Flow of Host-to-Host Ethernet Communications
- Recognizing Ethernet Data Transmission Types
- Recognizing Layer 2 Switching Functions on an Ethernet Network
- Recognizing Ethernet Network Loop Avoidance Protocols
- Interpreting the Network Address Translation (NAT) Scheme for an Ethernet Network
- Accessing Ethernet Switch Information Using CLI Commands
- Recognizing Layer 3 Switching Functions on an Ethernet Network
- Copying and Removing IOS Configuration Files on an Ethernet Switch