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Course: Cisco CCNA Wireless (200-355): The Complete Course

Cisco CCNA Wireless (200-355): The Complete Course

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About this Course

Welcome to Cisco's NEW CCNA Wireless course for the (200-355) certification!

This course will cover all the needed subjects to be successful in helping to prepare and pass the CCNA Wireless exam.

This course is very intense!...not only will the student acquire the knowledge needed for Cisco's certification exam; but what is learned herein will be transferable to the real world.

Students will get an in-depth understanding of networking, using wireless routers along with switches and their various configurations and connections. Students will learn about different types of wireless topologies, wireless RF fundamentals, wireless standards and an introduction to wireless security.

Based on what Cisco is requiring to pass the CCNA Wireless certification exam, we will cover a lot of concepts!

Students will also acquire the basic understanding needed to secure their wireles networks using the following techniques and protocols; PSK. 802.1x, WPA/WPA2 with EAP-TLS, EAP-FAST, PEAP and LEAP.

Student will learn the concepts of using a Cisco Wireless Controller in their Network. This will include how to setup the WLC management, manage stand alone AP's, and be able to troubleshoot & maintain wireless networks.

This is a full comprehensive course that will guide you step-by-step to ensure you are prepared in your quest to acquire the NEW Cisco Wireless Certification!

Who is the target audience?

The Cisco CCNA Wireless course is for students who want to pass Cisco's NEW CCNA Wireles Certification exam and have already obtained the Cisco CCENT or CCNA exams.

For those already working in the IT industry and want to learn about wireless networks this course will be a great foundation to start implementing wireless.

This NEW Cisco CCNA Wireless course is also for individuals that have some networking background and simply want to learn about wireless neworks, specially Cisco wireless networks.

Basic knowledge
  • Students taking this course should have a working understanding of basic networking.
  • There are plenty of configuration examples in the course which will be provided, so don't sweat the exam.
  • It is highly recommended that students should have a simulator, emulator or live equipment to practice with. (this is for certain labs such as RADIUS).
  • Students need to have a positive mind-set, because this course has a lot of acronyms and terminology that students need to commit to memory.
  • Students should know that they will need to visit this course several times before scheduling the NEW CCNA Wireless certification exam.
  • Students should know that the options to pause, fast-forward and rewind will be extremely useful in this course.
  • In order to be eligible to take Cisco's NEW CCNA Wireless certification exam, the student must already have either the CCENT (or ICND1), or the CCNA (or a highter Cisco certification). Cisco will not allow anyone to take or schedule the CCNA Wireless certification exam unless the student has shown that they have at least one current certifications mentioned herein.
  • Students should know that most of this course is taught through theory since live equipment for a Wireless class is virtually non-existent unless the class is taught in a "brick and mortar" or conventional classroom environment.
  • Students should know that the simulators and/or emulators used in this course are not available for the student to download. These are NOT provided here. Students are responsible for these.
What you will learn
  • Creating the right type of wireless enviroment is extremely important
Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 41
Total Duration: 04:45:41
Introduction to Course
  • Introduction to the Wireless Course  
Wired Vs. Wireless Networks
  • Wired VS. Wireless Networks  

    In lecture we will be comparing the differences of Wired Network to Wireless networks.


  • Wireless Theory Concepts  

    In this lecture we will be learning about carrier waves and frequencies and how they propagate through from the antenna. We will also look at some basic math.


  • Transporting Data over an RF Signal  

    In this lecture we will be learning about different types of modulation and how they encrypt the data going over the wireless network.


  • Summary of Wired Vs. Wireless Networks Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Regulators for Wireless
  • Regulatory bodies for Wireless  

    In this lecture we will be learn about the agencies that are in charge of controlling RF regulations. We will also learn about the different 802.11 standards.


  • Channels used in 802.11  

     In this lecture we will be learning Channels in different Bands.


  • Wifi Alliance  

    In this lecture I will be explaining what is the Wi-Fi alliance purpose.


  • Summary of Regulators for wireless Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Wireless LAN Interference
  • Wireless Interference  

    In this lecture we will be learning about different types of interference you could encounter on your channel.


  • Free Space Path Loss  

    In this lecture we will FSPL is, simply put is Attenuation. 


  • Physical Path Object Interference  

    In this lecture I will be learning how our surroundings affect our wireless Signal.


  • Summary of Wireless LAN Interface Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Wireless Antennas
  • Characteristics of Wireless Antennas  

    In this lecture we will learn about the certain characteristics of antennas such as, Radiation patterns and physical objects you need to be aware that could interfere with it.


  • Antenna Types  

    In this lecture we will be learning two main types of antennas.


  • Summary of Wireless Antennas Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Wireless LAN Topologies
  • Types of Wireless Networks  

    In this lecture we will learn about the different types of wireless networks you can create, such as, WPAN, WLAN, WMAN and so on.


  • Wireless LAN Topologies  

    In this lecture we will be learning the WLAN topologies created, when using wireless networking devices.


  • Other Wireless Topologies  

    In this lecture we will be learning other devices we can use that create different WLAN’s. Using Workgroup Bridge or Repeaters.


  • Summary of Wireless LAN Topologies Section  

    In this lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Frames within the Wireless LAN Networks
  • Accessing the Wireless Medium  

    In this lecture we will learn how wireless devices access any wireless device. So will be discussing the access method which is CSMA/CA.


  • Frame Types  

    In this lecture we will be learning the different types of frames. That exist in a wireless network such as, Control Frames, Management Frames and Data Frames.


  • Summary of Frame within the Wireless LAN Networks Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed


AP Types and Site Surveys
  • The Size of an AP Cell  

    In this lecture we will learn the Cell size determines your wireless coverage and how can we improve on that by using Site Surveys.


  • Adding AP's to an ESS  

    In this lecture we will learn, that by adding AP’s and creating an ESS topology we could resolve the issue of signal loss when roaming. Also the importance of which frequency your going to use.


  • Designing and Validating Coverage with Site Surveys  

    In this lecture we will be learning how Site Surveys, both Radio and Physical Site Surveys, will help in your decision making process of placing the AP’s and then verifying that it does work.


  • Summary of AP Types and Site Surveys Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Wireless Security and Encryption
  • Anatomy of a Secure Connection  

    In this lecture we will learn how to secure at a minimum so unwanted people do not connect to your wireless.


  • Wireless Client Authentication Methods  

    In this lecture we will learn, the different ways that we can secure our wireless, Using different authentication methods.


  • Wireless Privacy and Integrity Method  

    In this lecture we will be learning, which authentication method to use, WEP with TKIP, or AES or AES2 and its variations.


  • WPA and WPA2  

    In this lecture we will be learning the differences between WPA and WPA2.


  • Configuring Wireless Security  

    In this lecture we will be doing a wireless lab using RADIUS to authenticate the users to the network.


  • Summary of Wireless Security and Encryption Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Wireless Controllers
  • Performing an Initial Setup  

    In this lecture we will learn, what are the initial steps that we need to do, to get a wireless controller up and running.


  • Maintaining a Wireless Controller  

    In this lecture we will be learning, how we would backup and update a Cisco Wireless Controller and its Wireless Control Module.


  • Summary of Wireless Controllers Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed


Supporting Wireless Controllers
  • Implementing Control Based Deployments  

    In this lecture we will learn, how you can tweak configurations inside your Cisco Wireless Controller.


  • Configuring 802.11  

    In this lecture we will learn how to Configure 802.11 Support.


  • What is RRM?  

    In this lecture we will learn, about Radio Resource Management that will help you setup and maintain your wireless network automatically.


  • Summary of Supporting Wireless Controllers Section  

    In lecture we will briefly go over topics discussed.


Summary of the Wireless Course!
  • Summary of the CCNA Wireless (200-355) Course  

    In this lecture we will briefly go over the topics covered in this course.


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