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WDBWL - Cisco Deploying Basic Wireless LANs

Calendário de Cisco Deploying Basic Wireless Lans

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Objetivo

Upon completion of the course, students will have the skills and resources required to:
• Successfully plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor, and maintain basic Cisco Wireless LAN solutions in a customer enterprise environment.

Público Alvo

Engineer or administrator that needs to know the fundamentals about planning, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining a basic Cisco Wireless LAN infrastructure. This includes installers, SEs, Field Engineers, technical support professionals, network managers, security team members, and administrators.

Requisitos

The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that a learner is expected to have before attending this course are as follows:
• Basic WLAN RF Knowledge;
• Knowledge of basic networking principles, TCP / IP, bridging, routing protocol, and VLAN operation.

Conteúdo

Course Introduction
Course Goal and Objectives
Course Flow
Additional References

Cisco Unified Deployments
Differentiate the characteristics of a unified wireless LAN architecture
Configure and test the controllers, access points, and basic features
Performing the Initial Wireless LAN Controller Configuration
Describes how to select the initial setup options for the Cisco WLC
Gives an overview of the new Ease of Use Features
Connect to the WLC Web Interface
Describes how to connect to the WLC web-based GUI
Describes IPv6 operation beginning with in WLC code version 8.X
Practical Use: Perform the Initial Controller Configuration

Unified AP Modes of Operation
Identify and describe the modes of operation available for a unified access point
Describe Cisco AP Operational Modes
Identify the different AP operational modes
Describe the AP Local mode of operation
Describe the AP Monitor mode of operation
Describe the AP Rogue Detector mode of operation
Describe the AP Sniffer Mode of operation
Describe the AP Bridged Mode of operation
Describe the AP SE-Connect mode of operation
Describe the AP FlexConnect mode of operation
Describe the AP OfficeExtend mode of operation
Practical Use: Configure Unified AP Modes of Operation

AP Association Process
Describe AP Discovery and Join Process
Describe the mechanisms and the high-level process of how an AP joins a WLC
Describe AP Join Order
Describe how an AP selects a WLC to join
Describe AP Failover Process
Describe the AP failover process and configure the failover priority for APs
Practical Use: Configure AP Association Options

User Interfaces to the System
Identify and navigate the three user interfaces of a Cisco unified WLAN
Describes using the web-based GUI to configure the WLC settings
Identify the configuration items are located under the WLANs menu heading
Identify the configuration items that are located under the Controller menu heading
Identify the configuration items which are located under the WLC Wireless menu heading
Identify the settings which are located under the WLC Security menu
Identify the settings that are located under the Controller Management menu
Describes using the CLI to configure the WLC settings
Using the Cisco Prime Infrastructure for WLC Configuration
Describes the WLC configuration capabilities available via Cisco Prime Infrastructure
Practical Use: Using Controller Web Interface

Radio Resource Management and CleanAir
Describe the two key mitigation features present when Cisco CleanAir is deployed
Describe the split MAC architecture of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Describe the features and functionality of the RRM
Describes how to configure the RRM settings on the Cisco WLC
Describe the need for, and the benefits derived from deploying a CleanAir solution
Introduce and describe the need for, and the benefits derived from deploying a CleanAir solution
Practical Use: Air Quality Configuration and Reporting
Practical Use: RRM and CleanAir Configuration

Administering WLANs and AP Groups
Define what a WLAN is and perform WLAN administration
Define what a WLAN is, and how they are configured
Describe passive clients, and how the Cisco WLC manages them
Introduces and describes AP groups and how they relate to the SSID and VLAN assignment
Practical Use: Configuring Access Point Groups

Configuring Mobility Groups and Roaming
Establish a roaming policy and configure roaming parameters for client roaming within the same subnet
Define terms, which are used to describe client mobility within the same subnet in a Cisco Wireless network
Describe Wireless Roaming Concepts
Describe client-roaming behavior across multiple mobility groups
Describe how to configure mobility groups on the Cisco WLC
Describe Auto-anchor Mobility
Describe the auto-anchor functionality and operation at Layer 2
Describe Auto Anchor Configuration
Describe how L2 mobility works for clients that use a static IP address.

Configuring Security Options
Identify and configure the wireless LAN security parameters in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Describe configuring parameters that are related to the local security database
Describe configuring MAC filtering parameters on the Cisco WLC
Describe how to configure access control lists (ACLs) on the WLC
Describe how to configure peer-to-peer blocking on the WLC
Configuring Peer-to-Peer Blocking
Configuring RADIUS Authentication
Describe how to configure peer-to-peer blocking on the WLC
Describe how to configure the WLC to use local EAP methods
Describe how to configure the WLC to use an LDAP server with local EAP methods.
Describe Controlling AP Association via AP Authentication
Describe the configuration setting that determines local versus AAA authentication for APs
Describe Cisco TrustSec is implemented and configured in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Describe TrustSec Configured on Cisco WLC
Describe Management Frame Protection
Describe how to configure the WLC to use Management Frame Protection (MFP)
Describe 802.11w Brings a Standards Based MFP solution
Describe how to configure the WLC to use Standards Based Management Frame Protection (MFP)
Describe 11w GUI Configuration
Describe Wi-Fi direct devices and their interaction with a Cisco Unified Wireless Network.
Describe the four states of client connectivity, and describes the general security policy logic.
Configuring WLANS with Enterprise Security
Practical Use: Configuring Security Parameters on the WLC

Performing General Administration
Perform general administration tasks in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network environment
Describe the use of and configuration static Network routes for the WLC service port
Describe what Cisco Discovery Protocol is and explains its use and configuration on the Cisco
Describe the operation and configuration of the internal DHCP server on the WLC
Describe how to configure the WLC to support multicast traffic in the wireless network
Multicast Video Delivery Challenges
Describe the complexities in delivering video services using multicast to provide quality video over a WLAN
Describe the business factors driving the need for video over WLAN, comparing wireless to wired services
Describe mDNS aka Bonjour Gateway
Describe what Bonjour is/provides and describes configuration on the WLC
Describe pplication Visibility and Control (AVC)
Describe what AVC is/provides and describes configuration on the WLC
Describe the the new AVC features and capabilities introduced with version 8.X of the WLC code
Practical Use: AVC Configuration

Providing Guest Access
Describe the options available to configure basic wireless guest access
Defines what a guest network itechnical requirements for a guest access solution using a Cisco WLC
Describe Methods for Providing Guest Access
Describe the traditional methods used by enterprise customers to provide guest access
Describe ISE Guest Access Solution Integration
Practical Use: Configuring Basic B2C Guest Access and Web Authentication

FlexConnect Deployments
Describe the benefits and limitations of FlexConnect architecture
Describe FlexConnect Stand-Alone Mode
Describe FlexConnect connected mode
Describes the options, capabilities, and limitations of authenticating users locally at the AP
Describes Enabling Local Authentication
Describes Split Tunneling
Describes the configuration to provide the most efficient access to local resources

FlexConnect Configuration and Operation
Describe the operational differences between FlexConnect and Unified architectures
Describe configuration and troubleshoot a FlexConnect topology
Describes the differences between Fast Roaming capabilities in a FlexConnect deployment
Describes how AAA override capabilities are supported in a Flex deployment
Describes Peer-to-Peer support and configuration in the FlexConnect solution
Describes Configuring Peer-to-Peer Blocking
Describes Configuration of ACL usage in a Flex deployment
Describe FlexConnect Groups
Describes the configuration and use of FlexConnect groups
Practical Use: FlexConnect Local Switching

FlexConnect Enhancements
Describe AVC FlexConnect Overview
Describes the operation and configuration of AVC in a FlexConnect deployment
Describes FlexConnect Group VLAN Support
Describes how VLAN support can now be tied to the FlexConnect group
Describes FlexConnect AAA Override of VLAN Name
Describes FlexConnect AAA override of VLAN name
Describes FlexConnect Client Debugging on AP

Performing Routine Maintenance
Describe routine maintenance tasks typically performed for Cisco wireless LANs
Describe Locate Key Controller Information
Describes using the Cisco wireless LAN controller (WLC) GUI to display key system information
Describes using the Cisco WLC GUI to display key information about the AP hardware and software
Describe Upgrade Controller Code
Describes the process of upgrading the operating software on the WLC
Describes AP pre-image download and describes the benefits of using the pre-download process
Describe Upgrading FlexConnect APs
Describe Upgrading FlexConnect AP Master AP Selection
Describes how to perform basic maintenance tasks
Describes how to upload and download files to or from the WLC
Describes how to reboot the WLC via either the CLI or GUI
Describes how to reset all WLC parameters to their factory defaults
Describes how to reboot an AP, remove configuration elements, and verify radio status

Configuring Policies and Management
Describe and configure the various WLAN security policies designed to help protect the RF environment
Identifies the wireless protection policies available on the wireless LAN controller (WLC)
Describes how to configure rogue device policies and monitor rogue APs on the WLAN
Describes how to identify WLAN attacks using intrusion detection
Describes configuring aggressive load balancing on the WLC
Describes how to monitor and remove clients from the WLAN
Describe How Verifying Client Connectivity
Describes the purpose and use of the client LinkTest

Gathering Data
Describe Use the AP sniffer mode
Describe Use SE-Connect mode
Describe Use packet capture capabilities
Describe WLC logging options 
Describe WLC statistics to gather information about the Cisco wireless environment
Describes how to use the data gathering capabilities available with Cisco APs
Describes Using AP as a Sensor
Describes Using the AP to Gather Packets: AP Sniffer mode
Describes the use and management of the WLC message logging functionality
Describes how to view and interpret WLC, radio, and server statistics
Describes how to view and interpret statistics that are related to wireless clients

Troubleshooting in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Describe How Acquire the data and apply an effective methodology to identify, isolate and repair malfunctions in a Cisco wireless environment
Describes the recommended methodology for approaching WLAN issues
Describe PoE issues with newer ac APs
Describes PoE and issues that may arise with newer ac APs and power requirements
Describes AP Association Troubleshooting
Describes how to troubleshoot issues concerning the way an AP associates to a Cisco WLC
Describes the basic tools available for gathering or analyzing data to narrow down, or rule out, a source of failure in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Describes how to use the CLI and GUI commands to troubleshoot the CUWN

Cisco User Interface Enhancements
Perform initial controller setup and configure basic settings on a wireless LAN connection
Describes the purpose of the Ease of Use Features
Describes the evolution of the Ease of Use features up to code version 8.X
Describes how the new Ease of Use Features are used to perform Day 0 configuration actions
Discuss the operation of Best Practices, and Best Practices Audit
Practical Use: Perform the Controller Configuration Using the Ease of Use Setup Wizard

Labs Outline
Lab 1: Perform the Initial Controller Configuration Using the CLI
Lab 2: Unified AP Modes of Operation
Lab 3: AP Association Options
Lab 4: Controller Web Interface
Lab 5: RRM and CleanAir Configuration
Lab 6: Configuring Security Parameters on the WLC
Lab 7: Configuring AVC
Lab 8: FlexConnect Local Switching
Lab 9: Perform the Initial Controller Configuration Using Ease of Use Wizard

Carga Horária: 24 horas

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