Networking Essentials 101: Free Webinar 2/25/14

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Can you describe an IP address, MAC Address, DCHP, Ping, IP Config, Subnets, Masks and Gateways? What about troubleshooting each one — can you do it quickly and effectively?

These are the basic knowledge skills that every AV/IT technician needs, according to representatives from the company ihiji.

On Tuesday, 2/25, ihiji is offering a free educational webinar "Networking Essentials 101 - sharpen your skills and stay relevant." This free session is open to all in the trade—sales teams, technicians, engineers, writers, bloggers and editorial types included.

A great opportunity for anyone involved in the integration of AV and/or IT equipment, ihiji will offer a comprehensive overview and provide time for attendees to have their questions answered.

RSVP for the free webinar here.

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