The HUB6000 Operator training program is a five-day training program where the learner will get a detailed explanation on the used technologies and how these are implemented in HUB6000. Exhaustive hands-on sessions will guide the learner through the complete basic configuration of the HUB6000 and proceed with focus on day to day operational aspects and troubleshooting aspects.
This training program is oriented towards NOC engineers responsible for supporting the day to day service availability of applications running over the HUB6000.
The course, a blended format of lectures, demonstrations and practical exercises, is presented in a clear and technical format. In addition to course material, each learner will obtain knowledge required to monitor the real-time status of the network and its components, perform health checks.
Each learner attending the Newtec HUB6000 training program should have a basic understanding of satellite communications and some familiarity with the concepts described by the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model applied to an IP network. It is strongly advised that the Satellite Communications and Data Communications introductory modules are reviewed prior to attending the course. These will be provided after registering for the class.
Next to that, the learner should have a basic user level knowledge of linux operating system command line interface and experience with Ethernet switches in general is advised.
Each learner attending the Newtec HUB6000 training session must bring a laptop running Windows 7/10, administrative privileges with the firewall temporarily disabled and having installed the following software: Internet Explorer, PuTTY, WinSCP
The HUB6000 Operator course is build out of the following training modules:
- IP Essentials
- HUB6000 Introduction
- Traffic flows in HUB6000
- Traffic shaping and encapsulation
- Efficiency optimization
- Monitoring and Control
- Remote access
- Adding remote terminals
There are no current sessions scheduled.