Credit Hours: 1

Internet Connections for Physical Security Devices (IP Series Part 4)

This one-hour online training course Internet Connections for Physical Security Devices (IP Series Part 4), instructs electronic security technicians in the various methods of broadband Internet connections such as DSL, cable modems, T1s, and other ISP technologies. Detailed information is provided on reasons for using Internet connections for physical security applications, types of Internet connections, Internet IP addressing methods, client access to remote systems over the Internet, and testing methods for verifying Internet connection quality.

Product Description / Course Objectives

As the availability of IP-enabled physical security devices expands to in not just CCTV cameras but also intercoms, alarm transmitters, and fire alarm systems it is becoming important that technicians understand how Internet connections are provided, the differences between various ISP offerings, and how to test Internet services for functionality. This course will help prepare alarm technicians to successfully provide Internet-based communication paths for the wide variety of systems and services that can be transmitted over the Internet.


Credit hours: 1


Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, North Carolina (Alarm), Tennessee: (Qualified Agent), Texas