Certified Engineer - Routing

Layer 3 switches have the added benefit of using routing technologies to provide further redundancy and open the door to securing the network. Some devices also include to the use of legacy technologies such as RS232 or RS485. This course provides the opportunity to learn about routing, firewalls, cyber security and serial over IP.



Course Overview

Prerequisite Successfully completed the course Certified Engineer- Switching


 Language  Available in English, German and French
Training equipment

1x L210-F2G
1 x DDW-142
1 x DDW-242
2 x SFP with DDM
1 x SDW-550, SDW-541 or SDW-532
1 x Merlin-4407-T4-S2-LV

Topics covered
  • Serial over IP
  • Static Routing
  • Dynamic Routing
  • Introduction to Firewalls
  • NAPT & Port forwarding
  • VRRP
  • WeConnect security practices
Learning objectives  To be confident in configuring and administering a layer 3 network with firewalls and serial over IP as well as use routing protocols efficiently.
Exam Yes
Certification Yes
Means of attending course In person
Duration of course 3 days

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What our attendees are saying

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"This is a well-designed and well delivered course! The practical nature of the course and the extent of contents covered in a short time scale were beyond my expectations!
Sivayogan Sasinthan, SSEN Transmission

Meet your instructors

Hi, my name is James!

I am one of the technical trainers at Westermo and I am based in Sydney Australia. I travel around to many different parts of the country to assist with design and implementation for our customers. I look forward to meeting you on one of our courses!

If you have any questions about this or another course, don't hesitate to contact me at academy@westermo.com.

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Carl de Bruin

International sales

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