Computer (IP) Networking for Production - OnlineWith Mark Cunningham
Intermediate - Friday 10th November 2pm - 4pm
Intermediate - multiple networks
If you've done a bit of networking before but don't understand the difference between a WAN, a WLAN and a VLAN, or if you're considering keeping your sound desk and RF control separate, but your Dante needs to talk to them all, then this one's for you. A 2hr session looking at more advanced concepts to do with managing multiple networks. Also suitable for those who've done the basics session in the morning, we'll cover some concepts within managed switches including Trunks, LAGs, VLANs and Tagging, as well as considering when it’s actually helpful to use them.
After 13 years as a freelance production bod specialising in sound, Mark spent 5 years as a teaching technician at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. There he specialised in sound and production IT, and completed a PGcert in teaching in Higher Education, where he focused on online study. Moving out of London and back to sunny Scarborough he's freelancing again, this time involving teaching and repairing electronics as well as his production work.
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