System design training for video networks available from barox
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Supporting installers and integrators to achieve optimum results for their IP camera installations, barox Kommunikation AG is making available introductory and advanced video transmission network training courses.
Aimed at IP camera system newcomers, barox distributor, Clear Vision Technologies is offering a ‘free of charge’ online introductory course. The 30-minute course covers the fundamental differences between ordinary data switches and barox switches made specifically to cater for the demands of IP camera video networks.
Subjects covered in the introductory course include setting-up the Digital Management System, ring topology design, easy cable connection diagnostics, active camera tracking, PoE consumption control, port security and much more.
For those wishing to improve on their existing skills, barox now offers online training courses designed to extract the most from video networks and the barox switch portfolio; looking at switch and network security, advanced switch configuration, multicast, VLANs, PoE, DHCP server and firmware. The in-depth design training addresses issues such as the effect on network functionality in relationship to bitrate and bandwidth settings and advanced device control and functionality, including the set-up of Mac locking, Login certification, Access control list and Multiple user control cyber protection.
“In the world of video networks, barox is supporting customers with the need to keep up to speed with the latest advances in technology and best practice network design,” says Rudolf Rohr, barox Co-Founder and Managing Partner. “Designed for systems designers and engineers who install, maintain or repair CCTV systems, the barox online training explains the powerful functionality of barox switches and reveals many tips for planning reliable video systems with PoE products.”