Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs (WDAWL)
The goal of this course is to enable network planners and administrators to deploy an efficient wireless LAN (WLAN) advanced enterprise solution. To accomplish this, the course is designed to provide the learner a better understanding and appreciation of the complexities involved in efficiently supporting, client mobility, network efficiency, areas of high client density, high availability, advanced guest networking, and IPv6 support.
Fast Lane offers the Deploying Basic and Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs Bootcamp (WDBWL-WDAWL) for delegates looking to attend both the Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs (WDBWL) and Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs (WDAWL) back to back in 5 days. Booking this course, rather than the 2 courses individually, offers a cost saving of £305 from the RRP!
Delegates who attend the 'WDBWL' course with Fast Lane also receive the 'Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials' e-Learning course FREE of charge! (T & Cs apply)
In addition, by attending this course with us, you will benefit from additional lab content covering AVC, Profiling and AP Packet Dump which are unique to Fast Lane in the UK.
Who should attend
This course is intended for you if you are an IT engineer or administrator that needs 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 you should have the following knowledge and skills:
- Prior completion of Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials course and Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs (WDBWL) or Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals (WIFUND) courses, or equivalent experience (recommended)
- Basic networking
- Basic wireless LAN networking
- RF/Wireless field experience
After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Describe the mechanisms and messaging used in a Unified Wireless architecture which allow the client to change AP association, while maintaining the current session and IP addressing.
- Discuss the challenges faced in providing a quality user experience in a high density wireless network deployment scenario.
- Differentiate the operational characteristics and implement a wireless MESH architecture.