How Surveillance VLAN Prioritize Video Data Traffic

How Surveillance VLAN Prioritize Video Data Traffic

A Surveillance VLAN is a virtual local area network built specifically for the user’s video data streams, assuring the integrity of video traffic when it is broadcast with other traffic. That is to say, if other services (data, voice, etc.) are simultaneously delivered, a surveillance VLAN … Continued

What You Need to Know About LLDP and LLDP-MED

What You Need to Know About LLDP and LLDP-MED

TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association) developed a protocol called Link Layer Discovery Protocol-Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED) to define certain extensions that enhance the automation/management of certain types of network devices … Continued

What Is Voice VLAN? How Does It Benefit the IoT application?

What Is Voice VLAN? How Does It Benefit the IoT application?

IP-based IoT and IIoT networks require a voice VLAN to ensure quality voice data transmission. VoIP interface-equipped devices can use Voice VLAN, a new addition to VLAN, to create a voice-only VLAN exclusive to digital voice devices.This is a potentially disruptive feature, … Continued

What is the Internet of Things or IoT?

What is the Internet of Things or IoT?

The Internet of Things is a network of connected devices that can communicate with each other. These devices typically contain embedded software, computing hardware, and sensors. The data that these devices collect is then processed in the cloud. The resulting information is then sent back to the connected devices. The internet of things … Continued

An Introduction to Types of Fiber Media Converter

An Introduction to Types of Fiber Media Converter

By Irena Ho, Technical Writer and Editor Fiber media converter is a kind of simple networking device. They connect and translate signals between fiber optic cabling and other cabling media types, such as UTP (unshielded twisted pair) copper Ethernet cables. To construct an available network, it’s important to choose suitable fiber media converters for different … Continued

The Difference Between Layer 2 And Layer 3 Industrial Switches?

The Difference Between Layer 2 And Layer 3 Industrial Switches?

Industrial Network Switches are network switches designed specifically for industrial applications that require high-speed data communication and are deployed in harsh environments. Depending on the purpose of the switch, these devices can be multi-ring, single-ring, or single-loop. … Continued

How to Configure ERPS on Industrial Network Switch

How to Configure ERPS on Industrial Network Switch

Ethernet Ring Protection Switching, or ERPS, is an effort at ITU-T under G.8032 Recommendation to provide sub-50ms protection and recovery switching for Ethernet traffic in a ring topology while ensuring that there are no loops formed at the Industrial Network … Continued

A Strong Foundaton For Video Surveillance System

A Strong Foundaton For Video Surveillance System

Bandwidth is the most crucial element of ethernet networking for video surveillance systems. Without careful planning ahead of time, the security Camera System might end up with a bandwidth bottleneck. This not only causes video packet loss, delay, or jitter but also degrades video quality, or even worse, inhibits the recording of critical incidents. Bandwidth … Continued

Everything You Need to Know about Ethernet OAM

Everything You Need to Know about Ethernet OAM

Ethernet OAM is a set of functions that provides a system or network fault indication, performance monitoring, security management, diagnostic functions, configuration and user provisioning. The purpose of these management tools or capabilities is to enable the monitoring and quick restoration of the network in case of failure. … Continued

The Definitive Guide To Power Over Ethernet

The Definitive Guide To Power Over Ethernet

PoE (Power over Ethernet) allows professionals to install remote or outside equipment without connecting to AC power to deliver power to several locations without installing additional electrical infrastructure or power outlets. PoE Power over Ethernet is also highly cost-effective as it allows you to use one cable for both power and data transmission, so purchasing and running multiple cables isn’t necessary. … Continued