IMINS2 1.3 – Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

IMINS2 1.3 - Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies Training
IMINS2 1.3 – Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies
  • IMINS2 1.3 – Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

    5 Days Course
    Industrial Networking (IoT)
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    Course Details

    Overview

    In this lab-intensive course, you will learn how to implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols while leveraging best practices needed in Security and Wireless technologies for today’s industrial networks. The IMINS2 course, developed in conjunction with Rockwell Automation, helps plant administrators, control system engineers, and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control, and oil and gas industries, who will be involved with the convergence of IT and industrial networks. This course also helps you prepare for the Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies Certification exam (exam ID 200-601) and (having completed required prerequisites) qualify for the Cisco Certified Network Associate Industrial (CCNA Industrial) certification.

     

    This course enables you to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies to ensure that current infrastructures are maximized while developing a converged platform for flexibility to support future business outcomes. Students will be exposed to multiple industrial network technologies as well as products from Cisco and other industrial suppliers including Rockwell Automation.

     

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    Objectives

    • Functions of the OSI layers and TCP/IP model
    • Difference between enterprise and industrial networks
    • Troubleshoot the common issues that are found in Layers 1, 2, and 3 of the OSI model
    • Functions and components of EtherNet/IP protocol
    • Configure and troubleshoot EtherNet/IP on Cisco and Stratix switches
    • PROFINET protocol
    • Configure and troubleshoot PROFINET protocol on Cisco Industrial Ethernet devices
    • Common network threats and resolutions, and configure basic security components (access lists and AAA features)
    • Configure a wireless network within an industrial environment
    • Troubleshoot network and control issues

    Outline

    1. Industrial Networking Concepts and Components

    • Contrasting Enterprise and Industrial Environments
    • Configuration Tools for Industrial Ethernet Switches
    • Exploring Layer 2 Considerations
    • Layer 2 Resiliency Using Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Layer 2 Resiliency Considerations
    • Layer 2 Multicast Control and Quality of Service (QoS)
    • Exploring Layer 3 Considerations

    2. General Troubleshooting Issues

    • Troubleshooting Methodologies
    • Troubleshooting Layer 1
    • Troubleshooting Layer 2 Issues
    • Troubleshooting Layer 3 Issues

    3. Ethernet/IP

    • Exploring Ethernet/IP Communications
    • Exploring Hardware Capabilities
    • Exploring CIP Sync, CIP Motion, and CIP Safety
    • Exploring Embedded Switch Technology
    • Configuring Stratix Switches

    4. Troubleshooting Ethernet/IP

    • Identifying Common EtherNet/IP Issues
    • EtherNet/IP Troubleshooting Methods and Tools

    5. PROFINET

    • Describe PROFINET Functionality and Connection Method
    • Describing Basic PROFINET Devices
    • Understanding Ring Network Requirements

    6. Configuring PROFINET

    • Enabling and Prioritizing PROFINET at L2
    • Integrating Cisco Industrial Ethernet Switches
    • Configuring PROFINET Alarms

    7. Troubleshooting PROFINET

    • Identifying PROFINET Troubleshooting Methods
    • Exploring PROFINET Troubleshooting Tools

    8. Exploring Security Concerns

    • Overview Of Defense-in-Depth Strategy
    • Controlling Access and Network Traffic

    9. 802.11 Industrial Ethernet Wireless Networking

    • Understanding 802.11 Networks
    • Industrial WLAN Design Considerations

    Target Audience

    This course is designed for IT and operations technology (OT) professionals as well as control engineers involved with the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of networked industrial products and solutions for the following industries:

    • Manufacturing
    • Process Control
    • Oil and Gas
    • Other industries as applicable

    Pre-Requisites

    Course Schedule

      Feb 19 - Feb 23, 2018
    London
      May 21 - May 25, 2018
    London
      Aug 20 - Aug 24, 2018
    London
      Nov 19 - Nov 23, 2018
    London