Introduction to IP Networking for Physical Security (IP Series Part 1)

This one-hour online training course Introduction to IP Networking for Physical Security (IP Series Part 1), introduces electronic security technicians and salespeople to the potential opportunities in using IP-enabled physical security devices, along with an overview of basic LAN and WAN networking components, cabling and addressing. Detailed information is provided on common network devices, industry standards, various methods of cabling, MAC and IP addressing, Internet connectivity, and the many different types of physical security devices that can be connected via Ethernet and/or Wi-Fi wireless communications.

Product Description / Course Objectives

The technology of the physical security industry is rapidly changing from one of proprietary cabling and communication protocols to IP communications. It is imperative that security company personnel, both in sales and technical areas, develop and learn the details of typical local area and wide area networks, along with the Internet. This will enable them to properly sell, install, program, and service these new-technology devices. This course is designed to provide an introduction to basic networking, explain the common types of networks, develop the students’ knowledge of industry nomenclature, and interest them in the vast possibilities of new products and services that can be provided to their end-users.

 

Credit hours: 1

 

Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, Tennessee:(Qualified Agent), Texas