The Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo on May 2-3 will feature a training session and test for broadcasting engineers. The session is being presented by Wayne Pecena on Monday, May 2. On Tuesday, May 3 broadcast engineers may sit for the SBE certification exam.
Important: if you are sitting for this exam on Tuesday, you MUST fill out this form and submit it to SBE with payment prior to April 1, 2016.
The workshop will focus on understanding and applying IP based networking technology in an Ethernet environment. Tutorial topics will include an understanding of the OSI Model, Ethernet physical standards, Ethernet switching, IP routing, TCP & UDP use, and best practice security implementation techniques. A practical network design will be utilized to illustrate theoretical concepts by developing a best practice segmented network reference design suitable for the broadcast IP network. Considerations in the development will include physical architecture considerations, network infrastructure equipment selection, Ethernet switching & VLAN implementation, IP addressing approaches, IP routing choices, and security feature implementation. Practical design solutions will utilize popular industry networking devices. Bonus topics (based upon time) will include an introduction to IPv6 and steps to structured IP network troubleshooting.
At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will have:
• An awareness of IP networking technology topics (broadcast focused)
• An understanding of applying fundamentals and principles in real-world practice
• An extensive IP networking reference document (pdf)
• Resources for further study & knowledge