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WDAWL - Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs

Calendário de Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless Lans

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Objetivo

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
• Differentiate the characteristics of a unified wireless LAN architecture, and configure and test the controllers, access points, and basic features
• Describe the procedures to configure Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming
• Describe the procedure to configure QoS on the network to optimize audio and video flows
• Describe the process to configure Cisco Unified Wireless using IPv6
• Perform routine maintenance, network monitoring, and common troubleshooting tasks on the Cisco wireless LAN

Público Alvo

This course is designed for engineers responsible for the planning, deployment and management of the advanced functions of an enterprise WLAN using lightweight access points with controllers.

Requisitos

It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills before attending this course:
• Cisco WLC Operation and Configuration (Base: Course WDBWL 1.2);
• Basic Netowrking Knowledge (Routing & VlANs);
• Familiarity with Microsoft Windows and Windows networking.

Conteúdo

Course Introduction
Course Goal and Objectives
Course Flow
Additional References

Client Mobility Between Subnets
Understanding Same Subnet Roaming
Describe the wireless LAN terms and concepts involved in client mobility
Describe the Terminology of Roaming
Define the terms that are used to describe client mobility in a Cisco Wireless network
Describe the Function of the Mobility Group
Describe Mobility Messaging
Identify the types of mobility messages that are used between WLCs
Describe Auto-anchor Mobility
Describe the auto-anchor functionality and operation at Layer 2
Describe Auto-Anchor Configuration

Understanding Inter-subnet Mobility
Identify and describe the differences between mobility at layer 2 and mobility at layer 3
Describe Autonomous AP Mobility
Describe Intra-Controller Client Association between APs joined to the same WLC
Describe Inter-Controller Mobility Layer 2
Describe Inter-Controller client between APs joined to different controllers
Describe Impact of AP Groups on Mobility
Describe how the use of AP groups can affect client mobility
Describe Interface Groups and Mobility
Describe how mobility is provided for clients that use a static IP address

Identifying Advanced Mobility Issues
Describe Wi-Fi Alliance Voice Enterprise Certification
Describes the main 802.11 amendments used in Voice Enterprise
Describe 802.11v Support with Apple Devices
Describe the benefits of 802.11v as they apply to Apple devices
Describe RX-SOP
Describe how RX - Start of Packet (SOP) enhances mobility
Describe Optimized Roaming
Describes how Optimized Roaming enhances the user’s Wi-Fi experience

Configuring Quality of Service
Describe QoS Overview
Define QoS in a wireless LAN (WLAN) environment
Describe 802.11e/WMM
Describe how wireless QoS is implemented under 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multi Media
Describe QoS Packet Marking Mappings
Describes the mappings that are used in QoS packet marking between the wired and wireless segments of the network
Describes QoS Process
Explain how QoS markings are used and their role in prioritizing packets in the end-to-end network delivery
Describes QoS implementation and configuration on a WLC using both static metal levels and Alloy profiles
Describe QoS Roles for Guest Users
Describes the creation and application of QoS roles to limit bandwidth contention
Describe Create Guest User Roles via the GUI
Describe Parameters Affecting Voice and Video Quality
Identifies WLC parameters that impact voice and video applications
Describe VoIP Phone Support Features
Identifies the WLC settings that impact VoIP functionality
Describe Enhanced EDCA Support
Describes how to implement 802.11e EDCA for third-party voice and video devices
Configure EDCA Parameters using the WLC GUI
Configuring Video Parameters
Describe the configuration and application of Call Admission Control for video clients
Configuring the WLC to Support Video Clients on a WLAN
Practical Use: Monitoring WLC QoS on the Switch Infrastructure

Implementing Video over Wi-Fi
Multicast Review
Describe the configuration to support multicast traffic in the wireless network
Describe Cisco VideoStream Technology
Describe IPv4 VideoStream Flow Diagram
Describe Enabling Multicast Direct: Reliable Multicast
Describe Adding Media Streams

Implementing VideoStream In A FlexConnect Deployment
Identify VideoStream requirements and issues over FlexConnect wireless networks
Describe VideoStream in FlexConnect Environments
Describe the VideoStream features available and their implementation in a FlexConnect deployment

Integrating the WLC with MS Lync SDN
Describe the Cisco WLC Lync SDN integration features and its operation
Describe WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Overview
Describe the Cisco MS Lync SDN Integration
Describe WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Configuration
Describe MS Lync integration configuration
Describe WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Verification
Describe how to validate a WLC MS Lync integration.

Understanding the Effects of Client Density on a Wireless Network
What is a High Density Deployment?
Describe the effects of multiple clients in close proximity to each other have on the wireless network environment

Planning for Areas of High Client Density
Determine the True Per-Connection Bandwidth Requirement
Describe the importance of determining the true per-client bandwidth requirements
Determining Throughput Requirements for a Coverage Area
Describe factors affecting the throughput that can be delivered in any single cell in a higher-densit deployment
Higher Data Rates Increase Efficiency and Reduce the Effective Size of the Cell
Describe the effects of data rates on cell sizing in a higher-density environment
5 GHz Support is Critical for High-Density Deployments
Describe the effects of clients and their capabilities in delivering a successful higher-density WLA deployment.
RF Spectrum is a Finite Resource
Describe the impact that RF interference has on a high-density wireless deployment.

Wireless Mesh Networks
The Mesh Architecture
Why Use a Mesh Architecture?
Describe the components and concepts that facilitate deployment of an Enterprise Mesh architecture
Describe the benefits mesh networks provide to an enterprise with difficult networking
Implementing Basic Wireless Mesh Networks

Providing Advanced Guest Access
Defining Guest Access with a Cisco WLC
Define what a guest network is and presents the technical requirements for a guest access solution using a Cisco WLC
Methods for Providing Guest Access
Differentiate the methods available for providing guest access in the wired and wireless network.
Configuring Guest Access
Describe the configuration of guest access capabilities on the WLC.
Configuring Guest Traffic Segmentation or Path Isolation
Preparing For an Anchor Foreign Relationship
Auto Anchor for Wired Guest Access
Sleeping Clients Guest Enhancements
Sleeping Client Configuration
Guest Networking Enhancements
Describe the enhancements to the guest network features that were introduced in WLC
DNS Based ACLs Configuration
Describe the enhancements to the guest network features which were introduced in WLC 8.X code train.
Describing guest anchor behavior introduced in WLC code version 8.1

Implementing Local Policies and Client Profiling
Local Policies and Client Profiling
Define what Local Profiling provides and what Local Policies are.
Configuring Client Profiles
Configuring Policies
Applying Policies
Local Profiling Enhancements
Describe enhancements to the features in the latest code revisions.

Implementing Cisco CMX Visitor Connect
Describe the operation and configuration of the CMX Visitor Connect service
Describe the operation of the CMX Visitor Connect B2C guest access solution
Visitor Connect Configuration
Describe the actions required to configure Cisco Visitor Connect for use
Practical Use: Implementing CMX Visitor Connect
Practical Use: Implementing Social Auth CMX Visitor Connect
CMX Facebook Wi-Fi Overview
Facebook Wi-Fi Configuration
Describe the CMX Facebook Wi-Fi configuration process.

Describing Wireless High Availability
Basic High Availability
Describe basic WLC redundancy and failover concepts
The Initial WLC High Availability Mechanisms
AP Failover Process
Initial High Availability Improvements
Describes the HA features introduced with the WLC code version 7.3.
Upgrading WLCs when using HA
HA Continues To Improve
Describes the HA features introduced in the WLC code versions 7.4 and 7.5.
Configuring Client and AP SSO

Enhancing Wireless High Availability
The Latest HA Enhancements
Describes the HA features and improvements introduced in WLC code version 8.0.
The Latest HA Enhancements
Describes the HA features introduced in 8.1 version pf the WLC code.

Configuring Clients for IPv6
IPv6 Support
Introduce IPv6 operation
IPv6 Support in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network Environment prior to WLC code version 8.0
Protecting an IPv6 Network
Improving the efficiency of an IPv6 network
Cisco WLC Configuration to Support IPv6 Clients
Describe how to configure the Cisco WLC for efficient support of IPv6 clients
Practical Use: Configuring IPv6

Configuring the Infrastructure for IPv6
IPv6 Support for Infrastructure Connections
IPv6 Management Address Assignment
Practical Use: IPv6 First Hop Security Configuration

Labs Outline
Lab 1: Connecting to the remote labs
Lab 2: Monitoring WLC QoS on the Switch Infrastructure
Lab 3: Implementing CMX Visitor Connect
Lab 4: Implementing Social Auth CMX Visitor Connect
Lab 5: Configuring IPv6
Lab 6: Configure Mesh (Lab Exclusive BR Treinamentos)

Carga Horária: 16 horas

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