This hands on course covers the technologies used in IP CCTV systems. The focus is not on operating or cabling but more advanced configuration and troubleshooting. Hands on sessions are used to reinforce the theory rather than teach specific manufacturer equipment.
Technical staff working with IP CCTV.
What is IP CCTV? Camera types, Video, Audio,
two way audio, IP CCTV software.
Hands on Installing IP CCTV.
Components, servers, storage, LANs, WANs.
Centralised versus decentralised.
Hands on Using IP CCTV.
What is Ethernet? Ethernet cabling, Inside
versus outside, hubs, switches, PoE, VLANs.
Hands on Ethernet connectivity.
WiFi, other wireless solutions, 802.11, variations,
frequencies, Access Points, bridges, repeaters.
WEP, WPA, WPA2,
Hands on WiFi
Ways to configure, IP addresses, subnet mask,
default gateway, DHCP, NAT, access from the
Hands on CCTV configuration.
TCP, UDP, IP, RTP, RTSP, SIP, PTZ, NTP,
Wireshark. Port numbers.
Hands on Using Wireshark to troubleshoot IP CCTV.
Bandwidth, video resolution, compressions,
codecs, frame rates, audio. QoS. One way
versus two way traffic.
Hands on Analysing CCTV traffic.
Hands on CCTV through a firewall.
ping, tracert, arp, ipconfig, pathping, tracert.
Cable issues, switch issues, WiFi issues.CCTV
Hands on CCTV troubleshooting.
Design issues, multicasting, gateways. DVR technology. Calculating storage requirements.
"Enjoyable course, good week. Clarified things very well for me."
"Very good with deep product knowledge."
This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.