Wireless Fundamentals – Security Bootcamp

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Course Schedule

  • 5 Days Course
    Wireless / Mobility

    Classroom + Online

    Course Details

    The Wireless Fundamentals: Security Bootcamp (WF-SB) is a five-day training that introduces you to the Wireless Fundamentals. Topics approached include Security and Client Access, Wireless Fundamentals, Cisco Wireless Network Architects, Centralized Wireless Access, Design and Deploy Cisco ISE and Management Platforms, Cisco Prime Infrastructure Overview, Inventory Management, Map the Network, Role-Based Access Control, Configuration Management, Monitoring and Wireless Network Troubleshooting.

     

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    Outline

    Module 1: Wireless Fundamentals 

    • Explaining Wireless Fundamentals
    • Describing RF Principles
    • Understanding RF Mathematics
    • Describing Antenna Characteristics
    • Describing Wireless Media Access

     

    Module 2: Security and Client Access 

    • Describing Wireless Security
    • Explaining 802.11 Security
    • Explaining the 802.1X and EAP Framework

     

    Module 3: Cisco Wireless Network Architects

    • Defining Cisco Wireless Network Deployment Options
    • Defining Cisco One Management
    • Defining Cisco One Policy
    • Defining Cisco One Network
    • Explaining Mobility Architecture Concepts
    • Optimizing RF Conditions and Performance for Clients
    • Describing Layer 2 Infrastructure Support

     

    Module 4: Centralized Wireless Access

    • Initializing a Centralized WLC
    • Describing AP Initialization
    • Exploring Additional WLC Client
    • Configuring Client Access
    • Implementing Roaming in the Converged Architecture

     

    Module 5: Design and Deploy Cisco ISE and Management Platforms

    • Cisco Network Security Architecture
    • Profiles and Policies
    • Guest Access
    • Secure BYOD

     

    Module 6: Cisco Prime Infrastructure Overview

    • Defining Network Management
    • Exploring the Network Management Process
    • Introducing Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.0

     

    Module 7: Inventory Management

    • Populating the Network Inventory

     

    Module 8: Map the Network

    • Managing Wireless Maps

     

    Module 9: Role-Based Access Control

    • Managing Virtual Domains

     

    Module 10: Configuration Management

    • Managing Configurations for Wireless Devices

     

    Module 11: Monitor and Troubleshoot

    • Monitoring the Wireless Network
    • Wireless Troubleshooting

    Prerequisites

    • It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills before attending this course:
    • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Parts 1 & 2 (ICND1 & ICND2) or
    • Cisco CCENT certification