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Networking Foundations: Networking Basics

Introducing SCADA/ICS and medianets

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    Understanding the foundations of networking is paramount for any IT professional. This course covers the very basics. Professor of computer science Tim Pintello introduces the core networking topologies and implementation examples. He will also explain and compare the OSI and TCP/IP models, and introduce viewers to commonly used network devices, such as NICs, hubs, switches, and routers.

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      Timothy Pintello

      College professor at Daytona State College

      Timothy Pintello is a computer science professor at Daytona State College and a former system administrator.

      Timothy is an associate professor and assistant chair of networking at the School of Computer Science at Daytona State College. He is also the author of the networking textbook Introduction to Networking with Network+. Prior to becoming a college professor, he worked in the telecommunications industry as first a network support specialist, then an IT analyst, and finally as a systems administrator. In his spare time, he enjoys scuba diving and underwater photography.

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  • Welcome

    - Now we've talked about a few generalized network technologies, let's talk about a few specialized network technologies. The specialized network technologies I want to look at, right now, are SCADA/ICS and Medianet technologies. SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. ICS stands for Industrial Control System. Both of these technologies refer to networks and technologies, that are used to control industrial applications, to some degree, and to some scale. In the case of SCADA, which is a subset of the larger ICS technologies, when we use the term SCADA, we're describing systems that span large geographical areas. Some examples of SCADA systems, that span large geographical areas, are pipelines, power distribution, water management, sewage management, and even things as common as street lights. ICS, while is the more generic term, when people use the term ICS, generally what they have in mind is smaller-scale systems. The smaller-scale systems they have in mind, when…

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