Course Code
Course Title
Course Length (Days)
Start Date
End Date
Registration Contact email
Registration Phone
EtherNet/IP Configuration and Troubleshooting
3 7/23/2019 7/25/2019 Phoenix, AZ (480) 489-3666
EtherNet/IP Configuration and Troubleshooting
3 8/27/2019 8/29/2019 Minot, ND (701) 630-2905

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EtherNet/IP Configuration and Troubleshooting
Course Description
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Course Purpose
This course should prepare you to effectively:
• Configure a Stratix® switch (5700, 8000, and/or 8300) to meet a variety of
network requirements
• Assign IP addresses to devices on an EtherNet/IP network using rotary
switches and a variety of software
• Monitor switch performance and status
• Diagnose and resolve issues with switches and devices on a network
During switch configuration, you will have an opportunity to:
• Configure a switch using both the Device Manager Web Interface and
Studio 5000 Logix Designer® software
• Set up one-to-one IP address translation (NAT) for segmenting
machine-level network devices from the plant network
• Secure and limit access to a switch
Once the EtherNet/IP network is up and running, you will monitor diagnostic
information using web-based technologies and modify a web server
module’s data views and tag values.
You will resolve issues with communication between devices on a network.
You will troubleshoot an EtherNet/IP network’s media and components
(including the Stratix 5700 switch); run diagnostic tests to resolve system and
port issues; and perform common functions such as resetting the switch.
Course Agenda
Day 1
• Assigning a Computer’s IP Address
• Pinging a Device’s IP Address
• Assigning IP Addresses Using RSLinx
Classic Software and Rotary Switches
• Assigning IP Addresses Using
BOOTP/DHCP Server Software
• Configuring Stratix 5700 Switch Settings
Using the Express Setup
• Creating and Assigning VLANs
Day 2
• Configuring DHCP Persistence
• Configuring Network Address
Translation (NAT)
• Configuring Port Security and
Traffic Monitoring
• Monitoring Stratix 5700 Switch Status
and Performance
• Managing a Stratix 5700 Switch Using a
Studio 5000 Logix Designer Project

Day 3
• Isolating EtherNet/IP Network Problems
• Diagnosing Problems with
EtherNet/IP Modules
• Diagnosing Problems with EtherNet/IP
Network Components
• Monitoring an EtherNet/IP Network Using
Web-Enabled Technologies
• Troubleshooting a Stratix 5700 Switch
• Updating Stratix 5700 Switch Firmware
Publication GMST-PP714A-EN-P – February 2017 Copyright ©2017 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
Allen-Bradley, ControlLogix, LISTEN. THINK. SOLVE., Rockwell Software, RSLinx, Stratix, and Studio 5000 Logix Designer are trademarks of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
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Who Should Attend
Technicians and engineers who must deploy and maintain
Industrial Automation and Control System (IACS) networks
should attend this course
To successfully complete this course, the following
prerequisites are required:
• Completion of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level 1:
ControlLogix System Fundamentals course (CCP146) or
equivalent experience, such as downloading project files
to a ControlLogix controller
Technology Requirements
All technology is provided for student use in the classroom by
Rockwell Automation. It is not necessary for students to bring
any technology with them when attending this course.
Student Materials
To enhance and facilitate your learning experience, the
following materials are provided to each student as part
of the course package:
• Student Manual:
– Includes the key concepts, definitions, examples,
and activities presented in this course
• Lab Book
– Provides learning activities and hands-on practice.
Solutions are included after each exercise for
immediate feedback.
• EtherNet/IP Procedures Guide:
– Provides the steps required to complete tasks common
to configuring Stratix switches and other devices for
communication over an EtherNet/IP network
Hands-On Practice
Throughout this course, you will have the opportunity to
practice the skills you have learned through a variety of
hands-on exercises. Exercises focus on the skills introduced in
each lesson and are performed on an EtherNet/IP workstation.
Next Learning Level
Once you have gained the skills covered in this course, you may
want to expand your skills by attending training such as the
Managing Industrial Networks with Cisco Networking Technologies
(IMINS) course.
Course Length
This is a three-day course
CEUs Awarded: 2.1
To Register
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training course, contact your local authorized Allen-Bradley®
Distributor or your local Sales/Support office for a complete
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