When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
WDBWL Outline: Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs Module 1 - Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials Refresher Lesson 1: High-level review of prerequisite course - Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials Module 2 - Pre-Deployment Planning Lesson 1: Successful Wireless Deployments and Pre-deployment Planning Lesson 2: Cisco WLAN Professional Services Lesson 3: Spectrum Expert Lesson 4: PI Planning tools Module 3 - Autonomous Deployments Lesson 1: Easy Setup GUI Interface Lesson 2: Basic Setup via CLI Lesson 3: Access Point Modes Lesson 4: Bridge Modes Lesson 5: Non-Client serving Modes Module 4 - Unified Deployments Lesson 1: Initial controller Setup, and configure basic settings Lesson 2: Modes of operation available for a unified access point Lesson 3: Mechanisms by which an AP associates to a WLC Lesson 4: User Interfaces to the System Lesson 5: Radio Resource Management and CleanAir Lesson 6: Administering WLANs and AP Groups Lesson 7: Configuring Quality of Service Lesson 8: IPv6 Support Lesson 9: Identify and Configure the Wireless LAN Lesson 10: Security Parameters Lesson 11: General Administration Lesson 12: Guest Access Module 5 - FlexConnect Deployments Lesson 1: Benefits and Limitations of FlexConnect Architecture Lesson 2: Operational Differences between Lesson 3: FlexConnect and Unified Architectures Module 6 - Wireless LAN Maintenance and Troubleshooting Lesson 1: Routine Maintenance Lesson 2: Policy Configuration and Management Lesson 3: Gathering Data Lesson 4: Troubleshooting in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network WDAWL Outlines: Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs Module 1 - Client Mobility Lesson1: Same Subnet Roaming Lesson 2: Inter-subnet Mobility Module 2 - High-Density Deployment Challenges Lesson 1: Effects of Client Density on a Wireless Network Lesson 2: Planning for Areas of High Client Density Module 3 - Implementing Mesh Network Lesson 1: Describe Wireless Mesh Networks Lesson 2: Mesh Network Formation Process Lesson 3: Implementing a Mesh Network for the Enterprise Lesson 4: Configuring Advanced Mesh Features Lesson 5: Troubleshooting a Mesh Network Labs: Lab 4-1 Performing the Initial WLC Configuration Using the CLI Lab 4-2: Unified AP Modes of Operation Lab 4-3: AP Association Options Lab 4-4: Controller Web Interface Lab 4-5: Configuring RRM and CleanAir Lab 4-8: Configuring IPv6 First Hop Security Lab 4-9: Configuring Security Parameters on the WLC Lab 4-10: Configuring Guest Access and Web Authentication Lab 3-1: Configuring Mesh Access Points
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Successfully plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor and maintain basic Cisco Wireless LAN solutions in a customer enterprise environment Configure autonomous, unified, and FlexConnect architectures Configure all base feature sets, including wireless security Administer the WLAN network Maintain and troubleshoot basic wireless networks Describe the steps involved in client mobility at layer 2 and the differences involved in client mobility at layer 3 Discuss the challenges faced in providing a quality user experience in a high density wireless network deployment scenario Differentiate the operational characteristics of, and implement, a wireless MESH architecture
This course is intended for IT engineers or administrators who need to know the fundamentals about planning, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining a basic Cisco Wireless LAN infrastructure. This includes installers, SEs, Field Engineers, technical support professionals, network managers, security team members, and administrators.
Prior to taking this course, it is recommended that students have the following knowledge and skills: Prior completion of Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials course or equivalent work experience (recommended) Basic networking skills RF/Wireless field experience (helpful)
Module 1 - Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials Refresher
Module 2 - Pre-Deployment Planning
Module 3 - Autonomous DeploymentsLesson 1: Easy Setup GUI Interface
Module 4 - Unified Deployments
Module 5 - FlexConnect Deployments
Module 6 - Wireless LAN Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Module 1 - Client Mobility
Module 2 - High Density Deployment Challenges
Module 3 - Implementing Mesh Network
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.
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I was very satisfied about how the course was organized. Sean Did a very good work
Very good couse and again we would like to see more videos on removing FRUs
Concise and good to follow along. Although it is a lot to take in under a short period of time.
Great and very intuitive. Better than the traditional hit the wrong button/lose points.
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