This is a one day 6-8 hour course designed to provide members basic knowledge on how to setup a private IP network. These networks are used to control audio mixers, lighting consoles, and video switchers. These networks are now also being used more for transmission of audio and video signals within productions systems. The course begins by defining a network and moves on with the description of the types of networking cables and devices they will encounter. It moves on to the setup and configuration of those devices so they will communicate with each other. Finally the attendees will learn how to setup a wireless router and connect devices to it as they will with consoles and mixers. This course is primarily lecture with a lot of demonstrations with some hands on. It is usually limited to 20 participants.
- What is a network
- Classification, Topologies, Architectures
- OSI Model and those used for AV
- Physical connections
- Networking components
- IP, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Addressing
- Router setup
- Tools and troubleshooting
- Audio, video, and lighting apps and configuration
DATE: August 31, 2017
LOCATION: Fort Lauderdale, FL
INSTRUCTORS: Daniel Sell, CTS Certified
This course is made possible through the IATSE TTF Supported Course Program. If you are interested in this training, contact Local 500 for more information.