What are switches used for?
Why do subnets matter?
How do your BAS devices communicate with one another?
If you've found yourself wondering these questions then you are in the right place.
In this week’s episode of the Building Automation Monthly Podcast we will be discussing:
Switches and Frames
What’s the difference between an application port and a switch port?
How do you avoid bandwidth constraints and dropped BAS packets?
If you are planning on having a career in building automation, these are just a few of the challenges you will face. IT networking is becoming a required skill for BAS professionals. But, outside of our IT course, no one is teaching what BAS professionals need to know. And that is why in this week’s episode of the Building Automation Monthly Podcast we will be discussing:
Ports and Wires
How would you setup 1,000 BACnet/IP devices? Would you know what to ask IT? Would you know how to troubleshoot these devices if something went wrong? How would you support all these devices?
The amount of BACnet/IP devices being installed is increasingly daily. Unfortunately, the understanding and knowledge of BACnet/IP is not!
That’s why in this episode you are going to learn BACnet/IP. By the time you finish this episode you will:
Listen to the episode below.
Have you ever wired up a BACnet MS/TP trunk and it just wouldn’t work?
Or for whatever reason, the MS/TP trunk was crazy slow, and the customer was getting upset by slow point data?
If this sounds familiar you’re not alone. Early in my career BACnet MS/TP was super confusing. I didn’t know how to make sense of it. And learning BACnet MS/TP was made even more difficult by the lack of knowledge about MS/TP that was available.
That’s why in this episode we are going to dive into BACnet MS/TP. By the time you finish this episode you will: