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IMINS2

Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies

Gain the skills you need to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols. Our lab-intensive course, Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies (IMINS2) Version 1.0, builds on the Managing Industrial Networks with Cisco Networking Technologies (IMINS) course. It teaches students how to deploy best practices used in security and wireless technologies for todays industrial networks. The IMINS2 course caters to plant administrators, control system engineers, and traditional network engineers in the oil and gas, process control, and manufacturing industries who are involved with the convergence of IT and industrial networks. It prepares students for the exam, Managing Industrial Networks for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies Certification (200-601 IMINS2) and the Cisco Certified Network Associate Industrial (CCNA Industrial) certification. This course is job and role-specific, enabling students to achieve competency and skills to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot industry standard network protocols as well as wireless and security technologies. Learn how to make full use of current infrastructures while developing a converged platform for flexibility to support future business outcomes. IMINS2 exposes students to multiple industrial network technologies

Course Contents

Module 1: Industrial Networking Concepts and Components
Module 2: General Troubleshooting Issues
Module 3: EtherNet/IP
Module 4: Troubleshooting EtherNet/IP
Module 5: PROFINET
Module 6: Configuring PROFINET
Module 7: Troubleshooting PROFINET
Module 8: Exploring Security Concerns
Module 9: 802.11 Industrial Ethernet Wireless Networking

 Each participant will receive the original course documentation from Cisco in English language as a Cisco E-Book.

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Target Group

This course is designed for IT and operations technology (OT) professionals as well as control engineers involved with the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of networked industrial products and solutions for the following industries:
• Manufacturing
• Process Control
• Oil and Gas
• Other industries as applicable