Microwave radio IP/MPLS networking
TRN-WW-NETIPR101-01||Jan 15-19, 2018||Pre-register|
Building a strong foundation of basic networking, switching and routing concepts is key to a successful career in the converged microwave and IP routing technology space. Aviat customers who have expertise in microwave and RF technology now have a course that can get them up to speed on IP technologies.
The Basic Networking and IP Routing course provides foundational knowledge using pre-requisite Elearning modules recommended before attending this course. This instructor-led course will take the student step-by-step through basics of networking, explaining functions of hubs, switches, routers and related protocols and standards. Students will be able to engage in performing basic networking configuration and troubleshooting tasks with a new level of confidence.
The course covers fundamental concepts in the Ethernet/IP space such as IP addressing, sub-netting, VLANs, switching and routing. Additionally, static routing and dynamic routing protocols commonly used in TCP/IP networking environments such as RIP and OSPF will be covered.
Detailed hands-on scenarios on how to configure and troubleshoot switching and routing platforms for each of the protocols will be part of the curriculum. Extensive hands-on labs (nearly 60-70% of the course duration) offer students with scenarios they will face in real deployments in their networks.
Courses are conducted by AVIAT expert trainers in a mentoring environment backed by their deep technology expertise and experience in implementation of microwave wireless and IP networks.
The Basic Networking and IP Routing course is conducted at Aviat Training locations or can be arranged at customer sites.
Upon successfully completing this course, participants will be able to:
|Class type option part number||Class type option / description||Next steps|
|TRN-WW-NETIPR101-01A||Open enrollment||View open enrollment schedule|
|TRN-WW-NETIPR101-01B||At an Aviat location||Request a custom class|
|TRN-WW-NETIPR101-01C||At a customer site||Request a field class|
Topics may be added or changed based on ongoing improvements to this course content.
Sufficient in size to handle all participants, instructor, desks, chairs, classroom equipment. The room must have enough 110 AC (220) AC power and air conditioning to operate equipment, all students clients PC’s and the server or radio as required.
Desk and Chairs
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