OPTIGO Webinar: Troubleshooting BACnet in Wireshark — Featuring Steve Karg, Sep 8th, 2016, 11AM PST

OPTIGO_VIS_BACNot sure what is happening in your building network? Dealing with poor network performance? Use Wireshark, a free network packet analyzer, to dig into the network traffic to uncover the root cause of the issue. Wireshark is a free network packet analyzer that helps troubleshooting by capturing network packets and allowing you to browse the network traffic to isolate the issues in a network. OPTIGO Networks provides advanced visualization tools to help you gain insight into the health of your BAS deployments.

Webinar Details: Date: Thursday September 8th, 2016 Time: 11am PST / 2pm EST

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Join Pook-Ping Yao and Steve Karg as they examine how to analyze BACnet communications in Wireshark to identify issues within a Building Automation System. Troubleshooting often has a technician on the hunt for erroneously chatty devices, missing acknowledgements, unanswered Who-Is, duplicate Device-IDs, and other obscure problems in the network. Join this webinar to learn simple checks, filters and tricks to troubleshoot and understand your BACnet building automation system quickly.

STEVE_KARGSSteve Karg is well known for his extensive involvement in the BACnet world. An experienced BACnet Product Developer and Embedded Systems Software Engineer, Steve has worked in the industry for many years, and wrote a portion of the BACnet dissector code in Wireshark. Steve is a member of the BACnet International education committee and BACnet Testing Laboratory Working Group, and in 2011 he was a recipient of the BACnet International Leaders of the Pack award.

PINGPook-Ping Yao is Co-founder/CEO of Optigo Networks, a company that has recently launched Visual BACnet. Ping is a sought after speaker and writer in Canada and the United States, primarily discussing Building Automation Systems and technology in smart buildings driven by advances in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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