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Setting Up, Understanding & Troubleshooting of Industrial Ethernet & Automation Networks

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  1. Setting Up, Understanding & Troubleshooting of Industrial Ethernet & Automation Networks

  2. Objectives • Describe the functions of the seven OSI layers • Map the various layers of IEEE 802.11 and IEEE 802.15 as well as the various field buses on to the OSI model • Describe current trends in the plant Industrial automation arena

  3. Network types • LANs (Local Area Networks) • MANs (Metropolitan Area Networks) • WANs (Wide Area Networks) • WLANs (Wireless LANs) • PANs (Personal Area Networks) / WSNs (Wireless Sensor Networks) / WMNs (Wireless Mesh Networks

  4. The OSI model OSI layering concept

  5. The OSI model • Relationship between layers, entities, functions and SAPs

  6. The OSI model • Service primitive

  7. The OSI model • Peer layer interaction in OSI model

  8. The OSI model • OSI message passing

  9. OSI layer services • Application layer • Presentation layer • Session layer • Transport layer • Network layer • Data Link layer • Physical layer

  10. The Client/Server paradigm • Client/Server communication

  11. Where the different technologies fit in ? • Networking technologies such as IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet), IEEE 802.11 (Wireless LANs, a.k.a. Wi-Fi) and IEEE 802.15 (Wireless PANs) • TCP/IP protocol stack • WAN, routing and end-to-end control • Automation networks • Field buses

  12. Current trends • Ethernet • ‘Retrofit’ of Ethernet to existing field buses • Additional Real Time capabilities to Ethernet • Use of TCP/IP for the middle layers of the stack • Use of OPC • Use of wireless in Industrial environments

  13. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE? If you are interested in further training or information, please visit:http://idc-online.com/slideshare