WG 112 Avid Networking


Suggested length: 2 days


This is an introduction to networking concepts used in Avid workgroup and storage environments. Students will gain a solid foundation for networking theory and hands on experience implementing and troubleshooting networks using currently Avid-qualified switches.


This course targets:

  • System administrators
  • Front-line maintenance personnel
  • Engineers

Facility or freelance technicians responsible for large workgroup environments in a broadcast facility


  • Basic experience of Microsoft Windows systems and Avid workgroup topologies
  • If following the Interplay ACSR path, students should have completed their ISIS/Unity ACSR, and the Interplay WG213 course
  • Those already holding a Microsoft, Cisco or other network certification may opt to test out of having to complete this course as part of their Interplay ACSR certification


At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe elements of network design
  • Understand serial connectivity and switch commands
  • Configure VLANs
  • Configure dedicated and virtual router interfaces and static routes
  • Calculate subnet masks and IP ranges
  • Apply client configuration guidelines
  • Perform network troubleshooting