IEC 61850 SV
IEC61850 is a communication standard that protection systems on substations use in the electrical energy industry.
Specifically, IEC 61850 is used in communications between intelligent electronic devices located on distribution substations in a power grid. Intelligent electronic devices, also known as IEDs, essentially include microprocessor-based protective relays, measuring devices, programmable logic controllers, and fault and event recorders. With these devices, power grids can be monitored in real time, therefore making the substation “intelligent”.
|Max. duration of an Ethernet connection in seconds [2-604800]||This value is the period after which IEC 61850 SV connections without responses will be deleted, and must be between 2 and 604800 seconds.
The default value is 60 days.
|Disable intrusion prevention||When this option is selected, the analysis of the IEC 61850 SV protocol will be disabled and traffic will be allowed if the filter policy allows it.|
|Log every IEC 61850 SV request||Enables or disables logs that capture IEC 61850 SV requests.|