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Cisco CCNA wireless certification training

It is difficult to imagine an organization that does not, at present, at least somehow utilize wireless local area network technologies. Otherwise, the devices are used by remote workers at their home or, for example, from an airport, are connected to a corporate network using a local wireless LAN.

Wireless LAN technology is still relatively fresh - only a few over ten years have passed since the first standards. During that time, a few amusements have become a general commodity and wireless is widely used, for example, at home, in offices, and in public places. Despite this, wireless technologies continue to be a tough development project - the most important goal being more efficient, more reliable and secure networks.

The purpose of this course is to introduce to the listener all the essential issues related to the design, construction and maintenance of wireless local area networks in a compact package. In addition to theoretical knowledge, the course builds a controller-based wireless network and analyzes the operation of the theory. The course exercises are done using a graphical user interface.

Target audience: The course is aimed at people whose organization is considering the introduction of a wireless LAN and / or a person for whom this topic is still new.

Objective of the course: The objective of the course is to provide visitors with good basic knowledge and skills on methods, techniques and protocols related to wireless local area networks. During three days, the coaching will go through all the relevant areas of the qualification and will focus on topics beyond theory but also through practical exercises. After the course the participant has sufficient knowledge and skills to complete the CCNA Wireless exam.

Course type: Lectures and laboratory exercises

Course language: All materials and lectures are held in Finnish

Content of the course:

 

Wireless Networks, Overview

•         Wireless at four different levels

•         Level Technologies and Competitive Structure

•         Wireless Local Area Network - Applications and Use

•         Development and organization of wireless technologies

Wireless Local Area Network - common

•         Background and organization of WLAN technology

•         Overview of WLAN technology

•         Network components

•         Active or passive base station network?

•         Centralized Wireless Network Management (WLAN Controllers)

•         Power supply of base stations (PoE)

•         WLAN areas and mobility

 

Wireless Local Area Network - Physical Layer

•         Physical Layer Options - a, b, g, h, n

•         General characteristics of radio communication

•         Radio components at the general level

•         Antennas and their operation

 

Wireless Local Area Network – Transport Layer

•         MAC function

•         Messages between the base station and the device

•         Other basic models

•         Quality of 802.11e service

 

Building a WLAN Network

•         Location and basic configuration of base stations

•         Designing a WLAN network

•         Measurement Software

•         Basic Controller Configuration

•         Building WLANs

•         SSID Configurations

 

Security on WLANs

•         Why is wireless network security?

•         How is it secured?

•         WEP, WPA, PSK, CCKM etc. clarification of abbreviations

•         Security standard - 802.11i

•         User Authentication - 802.1x

•         External authentication mechanisms

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