This course provides information and hands-on exercises that will enable the student to understand ICCP associations and define them in an PowerOn Reliance database. Students will configure the PC and PowerOn Reliance ICCP software, and use various utilities to effect datalink transfers.
The class includes an overview of the TASE.2/ICCP and MMS standards, an explanation of the mapping between TASE.2 objects, and the PowerOn Reliance database; procedures to configure the ISO network software; procedure to populate the PowerOn Reliance database for ICCP associations; and the actual transfer of data between two (fictional) control centers. The class will enable Engineering/ Programming staff to configure the PowerOn Reliance system ICCP software and to initialize and use
the ICCP datalink.
Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
Define the essentials of bilateral table agreements
Define the relationship of ICCP and TASE.2 (IEC) standards to MMS
Define the relationship between ICCP objects and XA/21 database entities
Identify and define ICCP Block transfers between control centers
Configure the POWERON RELIANCE database and OSI stack to accomplish an ICCP transfer
Describe the OSI layers of the network protocol
Configure ISO network software
Determine the type of block (1-9) required for a specific transfer task
View the results of a block transfer
Add and delete ICCP transfer sets
Use the ICCP Administration Utility to start and stop transfers
Examine Data Link Logs to view datalink historical activity