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Course: Cisco CCNA Wireless (640-722 IUWNE): The Complete Course

Cisco CCNA Wireless (640-722 IUWNE): The Complete Course

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About this Course

Welcome to Cisco's CCNA Wireless course for the (640-722) IUWNE certification!

This course is over 12+ hours in length and will cover all the needed subjects to be successful in helping to prepare and pass the CCNA Wireless exam.

This course packs a punch! 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 for a small and/or Enterprise environment.

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.


This course will also prepare the student in Layer 2 technology and its various configurations, such as; VLAN's, Inter-VLAN communication & Trunking.

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

Student will learn how to install the Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN), 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 take you from A-Z in your quest to acquire the Cisco Wireless Certification!

Who is the Target Audience?

  • The Cisco CCNA Wireless course is for students who want to pass the CCNA Wireless Certification and have already obtained the Cisco CCENT or CCNA exams. If you are working in the IT industry and want to learn about wireless networks this course will be a great foundation to start implementing wireless in your network.
  • This Cisco CCNA Wireless course could also be for individuals that have some networking background and simply want to learn about wireless networks, specially Cisco wireless networks.
Basic knowledge
  • Students taking this course should have a working understanding of basic networking.
  • 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 need to know that they will need to visit this course several times before scheduling their CCNA Wireless (650-722) 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 CCNA Wireless (640-722) certification exam, the student must already have either the CCENT (or ICND1), or the CCNA (or a higher Cisco certification). Cisco will not allow anyone to take or schedule the CCNA Wireless (640-722) certification exam unless the student has shown that they have passed at least one of the certifications mentioned herein.
What you will learn
  • 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.
  • This course will also prepare the student in Layer 2 technology and its various configurations, such as; VLAN’s, Inter-VLAN communication & Trunking.
  • Students will also acquire the basic understanding needed to secure their wireless networks using the following techniques and protocols; PSK. 802.1x, WPA/WPA2 with EAP-TLS, EAP-FAST, PEAP and LEAP.
  • Students will learn how to install the Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN), how to setup the WLC management, manage stand alone AP's, and be able to troubleshoot, maintain wireless networks.
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 94
Common duration: 11:58:37
Introduction to Cisco's CCNA Wireless Course
  • Intro to CCNA Wireless Course - The Importance of Wireless Networks  

    In this lecture I will discuss, how wireless networks has made our lives today much easier to communicate with others and the importance for IT professionals to understand the concepts of how wireless networks actually works.

Types of Different Wireless Networks
  • Introduction to Different Types of Wireless Networks  

    In this lecture I will introduce you to the numerous types of wireless networks, such as PAN, WAN, LAN and WAN and Cellular. We also discuss briefly how this types of networks affect us in our daily lives

  • Introducing the Smallest of Wireless Networks, PAN, Personal Area Network  

    In this lecture I will discuss how wireless networks are truly an extension of a wired network, illustrate the different types of wireless networks that exist and introduce the Personal Area Network, given you examples of how we use it.

  • A Look into Wireless LANs  

    In this lecture I will speak briefly of the different standards of wireless in use such as 802.11, 802.11a, b, and the newest standard 802.11ac. We will also learn as to why we need WLAN's and why they became so popular.

  • A Look into the Metro Area Network or MAN  

    In this lecture we'll look at what would be the need to create such a network? and I will illustrate briefly, what it would take to create such an network. I will also explain is a more inexpensive method of communicating across distances greater than 100meters.

  • Introducing the Rare Wireless Wide Area Network or WWAN  

    In this lecture I briefly explain the different types of WAN technology that we use and the benefits that it brings to the business world and personal communications as well

  • Summary of Section 2  
Different types of Basic Wireless Devices
  • Introduction to Wireless Devices  

    In this lecture I will explain to you about the different devices we'll encounter in this section, such as AP's and Network Interface Cards.

  • Introducing the Wireless Access Point  

    In this lecture I will discuss the different types of Access Points and there purpose on the network.

  • The Wireless Interface Card  

    In this brief lecture I will explain what a wireless NIC is and the obvious difference between wired Network Interface Cards.

  • Defining what are Wireless Antennas  

    In this Lecture we will discuss the two different types of Wireless antennas we use, omnidirectional and directional. I will explain the advantages and disadvantages of using either one.

  • Summary of Section 3  
Types of Wireless Topologies
  • An Introduction to the different types of Wireless Topologies  

    In this lesson, I will give you an overview of the different types of wireless topologies we can design in our network infrastructure, such as; IBSS, BSS, ESS, Workgroup bridges, repeater APs etc...

  • Defining the Independent Basic Service Set  

    In this lecture we will explain how to create an IBSS or Ad Hoc design. Which is typically between two or more wireless network interface cards

  • Introducing the Basic Service Set  

    In this lecture I will briefly discuss how to setup a BSS design, which is using only one AP. This type of topology is also called a Basic Service Area (BSA).

  • The Infrastructure Basic Service Set  

    In this lecture we will understand the difference between a BSS and an Infrastructure BSS. We will look at the Distribution System, since this is how the APs would communicate with each other about other hosts in the BSA.

  • A deeper look into the Service Set Identifier  

    In this lecture I will get into more detail about the SSID, what is its use on the network? Where you would configure it? and the different types of SSIDs that exist.

  • The Extended Service Set  

    In this lecture we will see how an ESS is more feasible than a Multiple Basic Service Set Identifier in extending your wireless coverage.

  • Wireless Workgroup Bridges  

    In this lecture we will learn what a WGB is an when we would use this type of device in our network design.

  • A look at wireless Repeaters  

    In this lecture we'll take a look at how to extend our wireless networks without having to run an Ethernet cable, simply by using a wireless repeater. We'll also look at the downside to adding wireless repeaters when it comes to our throughput

  • Wireless Bridging  

    In this lecture you will understand when and how you would use a wireless bridge, to expand the distance and capacity of your network. You will gain the understanding of Non-Root devices, Root devices and who they can communicate with.

  • Mesh Networks  
  • Summary of Section 4  
Layer 2 Switching Concepts
  • Types VLAN Memberships  

    In this lesson you will learn the difference between Static and Dynamic Vlans.

  • Types of Switchports  

    In this lesson we will discuss the different types of ports that exist on a switch, such as; Access ports, Voice Access Ports, Trunk and Ports and when to use each one.

  • Frame tagging  

    In this lesson we will discuss the two different types of Trunking protocols ISL and 802.1q.

  • The VLAN Trunking Protocols  

    In this lesson we will be discussing the two different types of trunking protocols ISL and 802.1q

  • Configuring and Assigning VLANs  

    In this lesson you learn how to create and assign vlans to interfaces on a Layer 2 switch

  • Configuring Trunk Ports  

    In this section will discuss different type of modes that ports can have on switch

  • Changing the Native VLAN  

    In this lesson you will learn how to change the Native VLAN from vlan 1 to another vlan number. You will gain the knowledge of what happens if all Native VLANS are not the same

  • Summary of Section 5  

    This is an overview of the topics covered in this section.

Wireless LAN Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Wireless Communications  

    In this lesson I will discuss the importance of understanding wireless communciations and what can happen to a signal as it leaves its transmitting station. I will also discuss the importance of knowing how to mitigate these issues and make you aware that knowing RF math is also imortant in order to decide how you can increase the strength of the signal.

  • Introduction to Radio Frequency  

    In this lesson I will discuss how wavelength comes to be and the differences in Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation.

  • A look at Frequency Behaviors  
  • RF Operational Requirements we need to follow  

    In this lecture we will discuss "RF Line of Sight", "Visual Line of SIte" and the difference between them, also will discuss the two types of methods used ot messure the srength of a signal "RSSI' and "SNR"

  • Welcome to RF Math  

    In this lesson you will learn about Relative and Absolute Measurments, the terms required such as dB,dBi,dBd,dBm and you will learn what are the values used in calculating gain in atennas

  • The Rule of 3's and 10's  

    In this lesson I will show how to calulate the EIRP, which is the power being emitted from the antenna.

  • Antenna Principles  

    In this lesson I will explaing how the wireless signal radiates out the antennas, the different planes and polarization.

  • Antenna Types  
  • Antenna Accessories  
  • Summary of Section 6  
Spread Spectrum Technologies and the different types of Modulation used
  • Introduction to the Transmission Methods  

    Students will gain a brief overview of Narrowband and Spread Spectrum Signal, their differences and benefits. This lecture will advise the student of what to expect throughouth the section

  • Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum  
  • Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum  
  • Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing  
  • Managing Channel Overlap  

    In this lecture will discuss the different variables that exits when we try to apply a WLAN using the 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequencies.

  • Summary of Section 7  
Wireless Regulations Bodies and Standards
  • Introduction to Wireless Regulations  

    This lecture will give you an overview in relation to what we'll cover and work-through in this Wireless Regulations Bodies and Standards Section

  • The IEEE standards  
  • The 5GHz Band  
  • CSMA_CA  
  • Non-Standard Wireless Technologies  
  • Summary of Section 8  
Wireless Security
  • Introduction to Wireless Security  
  • Wireless Threats  

    In this lecture we will discuss two threats, Rogue Access Points and Ad Hoc Networks and how to mitigate these types of threats

  • Denial of Service Attacks  
  • Open Access  
  • Authorization  
  • Certificate and PKI  
  • EAP-Fast and PEAP  
  • 802.1x and Radius  
  • A look into Encryption types  
  • Summary of Section 9  
Introduction to different types of Wireless Clients
  • Introduction to different types of Wireless Clients  

    In this lesson I will give you an overview of the different ways we can connect to an SSID, using either the OS software or Cisco proprietary software.

  • Navigating the different Wireless Clients  

    In this lecture we will navigate the different OS software in order to connect to a wireless network.

  • The Cisco Supplicants  

    In this lecture we will discuss the specific software Cisco uses such as the Cisco ADU, Cisco Secure Services Client and the Cisco-Compatible Extensions

  • Summary of Section 10  
Cisco Unified Wireless Devices
  • Introduction to Cisco Wireless Unified Devices  

    In this lecture I will discuss what you will learning in this section, such as the types of Network Architecture Design models and the different types of Access Points and Wireless LAN controllers.

  • Understanding the Different types of Deployment Models  

    In this lecture we will discuss the 2 types of deployment models, the Stand Alone and LWAAP model. We will explain the differences and advantages between both.

  • Cisco Unified Network Devices AP  

    In this lecture I will introduce the APs we would be using in a standalone or LWAPP deployment model and the differences between them

  • Cisco Unified Network Devices WLC  

    In this lecture we will discuss Wireless LAN Controllers, what their function is on the network, the capabilities and how access points would associated themselves with the specific WLC.

  • Cisco Lightweight AP Operation and Maintenance  
  • Having Redundancy in our WLAN  

    In this lecture students will understand the methods used in a CUWN to ensure redundancy if an AP fails.

  • Different modes the AP go through  
  • How to Deal with Roaming in a CUWN  

    In this lecture students will gain the understanding of Mobility groups and Mobility domains, which will make roaming much easier.

  • Summary of Section 11  
Discussing the Cisco Mobility Express Wireless Options
  • Introduction to the CME Section  

    In this lecture student will understand what topics will be covered in the section.

  • Define further the Cisco Mobility Express Solution  

    In this lecture will acquire a better understanding of what the Cisco Mobility Express system importance in a small business wireless network.

  • Cisco's Small Business Communication System  

    In this lecture students will learn about the different types of controllers and their capabilities along with software to help them manage and monitor the wireless network.

  • Cisco's Express Wireless Architecture  

    In this lecture I will be discussing the 520 series of controllers and the 521 AP model. Student will learn the advantages and disadavantages of using these types of wireless network devices.

  • Comparing Cisco Mobility Express vs. CUWN Features  

    In this lecture I will discuss the differences between the Enterprise model and the small business model, to gain an understanding of both and why they are used.

  • The steps to install the Cisco Configuration Assistant  

    In this lecture I will be showing the steps to configure the Cisco Configuration Assistant after you downloaded

  • Configuring The Cisco Express 526 WLC with no CCA  

    In this lecture I will show how would you use the Web browser method of configuring the WLC, without the use of a CCA and how easier and more common it is.

  • Summary of Section 12  
Installing the Cisco Unified Wireless Network
  • Introduction to the CUWN  

    In lecture students will see what topics will be covered in this section

  • Understanding the Cisco WLC controllers Interfaces  
  • The Configurations of the WLC Interfaces  

    In this lecture students will the steps required in order to properly configure Wireless LAN Controller Interfaces

  • Cisco's Wireless Controller Management  

    In this lecture we will cover how to manage the different type of configuration option available to us in the controller using the CLI.

  • Initial Configuration using the Web interface  
  • Express Setup and Security  

    In this lecture students will learn how you can quickly configure basics configuration and security, using the Express Setup an Express Security Options, within the 1240ag WLC

  • Managing a Stand Alone AP  
  • Migrating a Stand Alone AP  
  • Summary of Section 13  
Summary of CWNA Course
  • Summary of Course  
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