Cisco Unified Wireless Networking v7.2 (CUWN)

Detailed Outlines

Course Outlines

1: Cisco WLAN Solutions

Identify how the Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution meets the challenges of successful wireless LAN (WLAN) deployments.

  • Characterizing Cisco Enterprise WLANs
    • Enterprise WLAN Solutions
    • Unique Characteristics of Cisco WLAN Solutions
    • Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
    • Cisco Unified Wireless Network Solutions
    • Cisco Unified Wireless Network Portfolio
    • Successful Wireless Deployments and Predeployment Planning
    • Cisco WLAN Professional Services
  • Identifying Hardware Models
    • Cisco WLAN Controllers
    • Cisco Access Points
    • Cisco Wireless Network Management Options
    • Cisco 3300 Series MSE
  • Describing WLC Terms and Protocols
    • Overview of Ports and Interfaces
    • VLANs in Wireless Networks
    • Distribution System Port
    • 802.3x Flow Control
    • Access Point Communication Protocols
    • Network Management Protocols
    • More About the IEEE 802.11n Protocol

2: Cisco Unified Wireless Network Installation and Configuration

Select and properly install the Cisco Unified Wireless Network hardware appropriate to site and use requirements.

  • Installing Hardware Components
    • Standalone Cisco WLCs
    • Integrated Cisco WLCs
    • Access Points
  • Configuring the Cisco WLC Setup
    • Initial Setup
    • CLI Configuration Wizard
    • Web-Based Setup
  • Configuring Cisco WLC Settings
    • Connect to the Cisco WLC Web Interface
    • Cisco WLC Settings
  • Configuring LAG
    • LAG Concept
    • Guidelines
    • Cisco WLC Configuration
  • Configuring IPv6
    • IPv6 Support in the Cisco WLC
    • IPv6 Support in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network Environment
    • Cisco WLC Configuration
  • Describing AP Operational Modes
    • AP Operational Modes
    • AP Local Mode
    • AP Monitor Mode
    • AP Rogue Detector Mode
    • AP Sniffer Mode
    • AP Bridge Mode
    • AP SE-Connect Mode
    • AP FlexConnect Mode
    • OfficeExtend Access Points
    • Setting AP Authentication
  • Configuring 802.11 Protocols, Performance Optimization, and Auto RF
    • 802.11 Introduction
    • 802.11 Global Parameters
    • Protection Mechanism
    • Split MAC Architecture
    • Radio Resource Management
  • Implementing Cisco CleanAir
    • Introduction to Cisco CleanAir
    • Cisco CleanAir Concepts
    • Cisco CleanAir Modes of Operation
    • Air Quality Configuration and Reporting
    • Cisco CleanAir-Enabled RRM

3: Cisco Unified Wireless Network Administration

Administer the WLAN, 802.11 security policies, and quality of service (QoS) appropriately to protect and optimize performance on the wireless network.

  • Associating an AP to a WLC
    • AP Discovery and Join Process
    • AP Join Order
    • AP Failover Process
    • Controller High-Availability Design
  • Configuring Mobility Groups and Roaming
    • Wireless Roaming Concepts
    • Mobility Groups
    • Mobility Messaging
    • Auto-Anchor Mobility
    • Static IP Mobility
    • Fast Roaming for FlexConnect
  • Administering Individual WLANs and AP Groups
    • Wireless LAN
    • Passive Client Support
    • AP Groups
    • RF Profiles
    • FlexConnect Groups
  • Configuring QoS
    • QoS Overview
    • 802.11e/WMM
    • QoS Packet Marking Mappings
    • QoS Process
    • Implementing QoS
    • QoS Roles
    • Parameters Affecting Voice and Video Quality
    • VoIP Phone Support Features
    • Enhanced EDCA Support
    • Configuring Video Parameters
  • Performing General Administration
    • Login Banner
    • Controller > Network Routes > New
    • Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • Controller > Internal DHCP Server > New or Edit
    • Multicast
    • Multicast Video Delivery Challenges
    • Evolving Need for Video over WLAN
    • Cisco VideoStream Technology
  • Service Provider Enhancements
    • StadiumVision Mobile
    • 802.11u
    • Mobility Services Advertisement Protocol

4: Cisco Unified Wireless Network Security

Configure and implement the primary Cisco Unified Wireless Network security features to mitigate WLAN security threats.

  • Describing 802.11 Weak Security Policy
    • Open Authentication
    • Shared Key Authentication: Static WEP
    • Web Authentication
  • Configuring Security Parameters
    • Configuring the Local Database
    • MAC Filtering
    • Access Control Lists
    • FlexConnect ACLs
    • Peer-to-Peer Blocking Mode
    • Configuring RADIUS Authentication
    • Local EAP
    • LDAP Configuration
    • Cisco TrustSec for Wireless
    • Management Frame Protection
    • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Configuring a Cisco Unified Wireless Network to Support 802.1X Authentication
    • Wireless Security for Clients
    • Cisco Enhanced 802.11 WEP Security
    • Wi-Fi Protected Access
    • 802.11i/WPA2
    • 802.11i Authentication and Key Management
    • Cisco Centralized Key Management
    • 802.11i and WPA/WPA2 Differences
    • PKI Principles
    • Security Policy Logic
    • Configuring WPA and WPA2 Enterprise Security

5: Cisco Unified Wireless Network Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Utilize a recommended troubleshooting methodology and the various tools available to gather and assess system data to isolate equipment failures and security threats.

  • Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Wireless Network
    • Troubleshooting Basics
    • Analysis Tools Available in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network
    • debug and show Commands
    • Association Troubleshooting
  • Gathering VLAN Traffic and Other Data
    • AP Sniffer Mode
    • Message Logging
    • WLC Statistics
    • Monitor > Wireless > Clients > Detail
  • Configuring Policies and Management
    • Aggressive Load Balancing
    • Wireless Protection Policies
    • Rogue Policies
    • Monitoring Rogue APs
    • Intrusion Detection Management
    • Client Exclusion Policies
    • Monitor > Clients > Remove
    • Monitor > Clients > LinkTest
  • Loading Device Code and Managing Configuration Data
    • Controller > Inventory
    • Access Point Hardware and Software Information
    • Upgrading WLC Code
    • Access Point Pre-Image Download
    • FlexConnect AP Upgrade
    • Manual Upgrade of Controller Code
    • Retrieving Files from the WLC
    • Wireless > All APs > Detail
    • Commands > Reset to Factory Default
    • Commands > Reboot System > Save and Reboot or Reboot Without Save

Objectives and Pre-requisites

Course Objectives

  • Identify how the Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution meets the challenges of successful WLAN deployments
  • Select and properly install the Cisco Unified Wireless Network hardware appropriate to site and use requirements
  • Administer the WLAN, 802.11 security policies, and QoS appropriately to protect and optimize performance on the wireless network
  • Configure and implement the key Cisco Unified Wireless Network security features to mitigate WLAN security threats
  • Utilize a recommended troubleshooting methodology and the various tools available to gather and assess system data to isolate equipment failures and security threats

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills you must have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Cisco CCNA┬« or equivalent work experience
  • Familiarity with Windows and Windows networking
  • Prior attendance at IUWNE (recommended)

   
 
Classroom training
Duration: 5 days
Price: US$ ----
CLC: 33

 
Course Schedule:
Egypt, Cairo,  Jan 2015
Dubai,  Feb, 2015
Qatar, Doha, May 2015

 
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