Wayne Pecena, a member of the SBE Technical Presenters Group, is presenting IP networking to broadcasters on August 30. Thank you to SBE Chapter 47 and NBC Universal for working together to bring this program to their area. The cost for members of the SBE is $49.
This full-day intensive class will focus on TCP/IP based networking fundamentals in an Ethernet environment. Topics covered will include understanding RFC’s, TCP and UDP fundamentals, IP addressing, IPv4 subnetting, an introduction to IPv6, switching fundamentals, VLAN use, routing fundamentals, quality of services (QoS) Basics, and networking security concerns.
Emphasis will be placed upon understanding and applying IP subnetting techniques, understanding when to switch, and understanding when to route in an IP network. Where appropriate, the application focus and practical use cases will be oriented towards a broadcast technical plant. Theoretical principals will be reinforced through practical exercises, network use cases, and a design practical to close out the day.
The SBE Certification Committee has announced a special opportunity for individuals who have allowed their SBE certification to lapse, to regain it with no exam required. The Jubilee Project, named for the SBE 50th anniversary that takes place in 2014, is for those who previously held an SBE certification that expired from January 1999 through January 2012.
All SBE certifications are included in the re-instatement program. For details, see the article on page six in the April issue of The Signal. Click here for the application.
IP Multicast is a unique aspect of IP Networking technology that provides “one – to – many” communications between a source IP host and numerous subscriber IP hosts. The use of IP Multicast for delivery of real-time media content often finds widespread use in the broadcast facility. The SBE is offering a webinar, presented by Wayne Pecena, to help broadcasters learn more about IP Multicast. Learn more
Plan to send in your application by March 22 to take an exam for SBE certification at the NAB Show in Las Vegas in April. The exams will be held at the Las Vegas Hotel on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 9 a.m. to noon PT.
Just as IPv4 addressing can be challenging when managing limited IP address space, IPv6 brings new challenges when working with enormous IP address space. A new mindset is required to effectively understand and implement IPv6 in your network. New IPv6 features and capabilities also bring challenges to the broadcast network engineer.
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Just as IPv4 addressing can be challenging when managing limited IP address space, IPv6 brings new challenges when working with enormous IP address space. This webinar, which takes place on February 21, 2013, builds upon the brief introduction to IPv6 terminology presented in the third webinar of the series held in January 2013. A new mindset is required to effectively understand and implement IPv6 in your network. New IPv6 features and capabilities also bring challenges to the broadcast network engineer.
Are you attending the 2013 NAB Show? Have you been putting off taking a certification exam? SBE will hold one exam session in Las Vegas during the NAB show on Tuesday, April 9th from 9AM to noon. Get your application into the national office by March 22nd, to take advantage of this opportunity.
What certification is right for you? Check out this chart.
The SBE, in conjunction with Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE, is offering a webinar on January 31, 2013 on IP Address Management. This webinar will help attendees understand IP address principals and practices to properly design, manage, and support IP networks. This webinar will provide a realistic tutorial in IPv4 addressing principals, addressing schemes, and subnet design using private and public addressing. Also included are practical exercises to reverse engineer an unknown IP address and steps to designing an IP addressing scheme focused on a small broadcast facility. In addition, IPv6 addressing concepts will be introduced. The cost for members of the SBE is $49. Non-members can register for $75. Click here for more information.