Overview

In a professional environment, participants receive in-depth knowledge about the MACH and PowerMICE Layer 3 functionality. This includes installation, commissioning, and supervision. Training is part theory and part practice. The necessary knowledge about functions and deployment possibilities of the products are taught in individual theory blocks. Each block is followed by practical exercises, designed to familiarise participants with the devices through first-hand experience.

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  • Hardware Overview
  • MACH family
  • PowerMICE
  • Firmware Segmentation
  • Layer 3 enhanced
  • Layer 3 professional
  • Router Interfaces
  • Port based
  • VLAN based
  • Unicast Routing
  • Static routing
  • RIP
  • OSPF
  • VRRP
  • HiVRRP
  • Tracking objects
  • Multicast Routing
  • DVMRP
  • PIM-DM
  • PIM-SM
  • Access Control Lists (ACL)
  • Filer rules
  • Queue assignment
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Weighted fair queuing
  • Traffic shaping 

Ideal for

Product training course designed for system engineers, network designers, trade and paraprofessional support technicians.

Outcome

Participants will learn in-depth knowledge about the MACH and PowerMICE Layer 3 functionality.

Pre-requisites

Basic understanding of Ethernet & routing is required, e.g., Industrial Ethernet (CT1), Industrial Networking (CT2) and Industrial Routing (CT3) & product knowledge from the Rail-family (CP1).

Materials supplied

All relevant course materials are included.

Materials to bring

Pen/pencil and notebook
If available, the participant should bring a laptop with Ethernet connection and an operating system CD. Administrator rights are required

Award

Participants will be awarded a Hirschmann Certified Training certificate.

Additional notes

The modular high performance Ethernet switches from the MACH and PowerMICE families are designed specifically for industrial applications: for installation in a control room, or as an office/plant floor gateway. Although industrial Ethernet is essentially the same as the one used in the office environment, the demands are greater, particularly in the area of network resilience. The correct choice of device, together with a high level of technical competence, is therefore an important prerequisite.

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