Networking for sure.
A real world troubleshooting one, not of the classroom kind, like the ones you will get:
Can't make connection to camera, could be bad network cable or connection come loose at jack, no helpmate, dome is torxed shut, brother has the torx set with him, he is nearby, but you borrowed his cell phone and your on ladder, hardware hippo closes in 20 minutes too, etc.... Like those fox, chicken hen and seed problems that i could never get.
Where is the place to go talk about it when you dont understand answer? You can move me to there.
With the cable/installation one i took the diagonal cable path that was shortest with 0 turns and yeah maybe i went right over a wall or four, so im wrong? Thats ok, but answer said that right answer was no 1 because it was the shortest that had fewest bends and crossed the least walls. So is least number of walls more important than least bends which is more important than shortest distance no matter what?
Brian, Thanks for the clarification.
Newbies and oldies gain or loose experience, (For me I quit running cable at retirement over a decade ago) and look to existing guidelines for decisions.
A few variables to consider when taking the quizzes. And a couple assumptions. Like what document might be the reference to use for a guideline? An electrical hand book? Does the answer consider (or ignore) local governments, additional or even sometimes conflicting requirements?
Additionally, are in floor conduits a consideration or just seldom used?
IPVMU Certified | 04/20/14 09:49pm
In the audio website I'm part of, Syn-Aud-Con, they have different tests related to the classes they offer. The tests reveal which of the classes offered might be the most beneficial to you. For instance, one might offer a test that would give the user an indication that the IP camera class would be beneficial to them if they scored poorly. This might be something to offer.