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WIDESIGN - Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise 1.0

Calendário de Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise 1.0

Dezembro Janeiro Fevereiro Março
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Objetivo

Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks proporciona ao aluno uma nova perspectiva em projetos de rede sem fio. O aluno vai aprender como projetar e desenhar uma solução em rede sem fio Cisco, desde o primeiro contato com o cliente até as atividades realizadas após a implementação. O aluno vai aprender a utilizar ferrmentas para desenvolver as atividades e o gerenciamento do projeto. O curso incluí atividades laboratoriais que reforçam os conceitos apresentados em sala. Este curso faz parte da grade de cursos preparatórios para a certificação CCNP Wireless.
Os objetivos visam fornecer aos profissionais engajados nesse treinameno uma nova perspectiva em projetos para soluções em redes sem fio, abrangendo desde o contato inicial até as atividades realizadas após a instalação e entrega da solução.

Após completar esse curso, o profissional vai:
• Determinar e descrever o processo em projetos de soluções Wi-Fi;
• Projetar soluções Wi-Fi para soluções baseadas em transmissão de dados tolerantes as variações em tempo de transmissão;
• Projetar soluções Wi-Fi para soluções baseadas em transmissão de voz;
• Projetar soluções Wi-Fi para soluções baseadas em transmissão de dados em tempo real;
• Projetar soluções para localização de ativos (Mac-Address ou RFID);
• Projetar soluções Cisco CMX;
• Projetar soluções além do enfoque de redes LAN Corporativas ( Enterprise Campus);
• Descrever e conduzir as atividades de um "Site Survey" para redes sem fio.

Público Alvo

Administradores de Redes Corporativas e profissisonais de revenda envolvidos na instalação, configuração, operação e solução de problemas em soluções para redes sem fio Cisco.
Recomendado na preparação de profissionais para a realização do exame de certificação Cisco WIDESIGN (300-360), para obtenção da certificação CCNP Wireless.

Requisitos

Recomendamos que os alunos possuam os seguintes conhecimentos para uma melhor experiência e retenção de conhecimentos:
• Conhecimentos básicos em redes locais, destacando comutação ethernet, redes TCP/IP e roteamento. Esses conhecimentos podem ser adquiridos no curso ICND1;
• Conhecimentos básicos em redes sem fio, destacando soluções Wi-Fi 802.11 em redes locais, seus protocolos, suas especificações e melhores práticas de implantação. Esses conhecimentos podem ser adquiridos no curso WIFUND;
• Conhecimento básicos e experiência na utilização dos produtos Cisco Prime Infrastructure e MSE (Mobility Identity Engine), Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine);
• Desejável conhecimentos báscos em soluções de telefonia (IP Telephony).

Conteúdo

Course Introduction

Determining Customer Design Technical and Business Objectives

Why Wi-Fi?
New and Upgrade Designs
New Designs: Effect on Parallel Design
Upgrade Designs
Upgrade Designs: Customer RF Issues
Identify Customer Key Stakeholders and Decision Makers and Their Effect on the Design
A Company-Wide Project
Determining Project Teams

Determining the Type of Wireless Design

Wi-Fi Design
Basic Data Coverage
Real-Time Applications
Video/VoIP Applications
Location Coverage
Outdoor Wireless
Wireless Mesh
Wireless Mesh Network Backbone Architecture (Backhaul)
High-Density Wireless
IoE and IoT

Network Topologies and Equipment

Wired Requirements for Wireless Infrastructure
Power
Buildings and Floor Plans for All Areas
Building Material Attenuation
Enterprise Campus Network
Building Floor Plan
Multifloor Environment

Safety Considerations, Access, and Environmental Factors

Outdoor RF Awareness
Ladder Safety
Aerial Lift Safety
Manufacturing
Warehousing and Distribution
Refineries
Rail Yards
RF Hazard Awareness
Hazardous Areas Are Posted
Personal RF Monitors
Safety Agencies
Enterprise Safety

Gather Initial Business and Technical Information

Customer Meeting
Required Documentation
Questionnaire
Application Requirements
Pre-Survey Specification Document
Statement of Work

Initial Site Walkthrough

Walking Through the Facility
Outdoor Environment
Indoor Building Characteristics
Manage Difficult Areas

Predeployment Site Survey

Pre-Site Survey Questionnaire
Site Survey Types
Requirement for a Site Survey
Site Survey and Design Challenges
Site Survey Deliverables
Site Survey Report


Business and Technical Drivers

Education Drivers
Retail Drivers
Hospitality and Travel Drivers
Healthcare Drivers
Manufacturing and Warehouse Drivers

Technical Cisco Capabilities

Associated Standards and Capabilities
Cisco CleanAir
Cisco Wireless ClientLink
Cisco BandSelect
Cisco VideoStream
Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
Controllers & High Availability
Bonjour
Application Visibility and Control
Multicast Feature
PoE
Cisco Products

Planning and Designing for RF

Wireless Data Network Considerations
Understand the Network Requirements
AP Placement and Roaming
Mounting APs
Antenna Selection and RF Propagation
Signal Planning
Power Levels and Client Density
Signal Power vs. Coverage
WLAN Coverage and Capacity
SSID and Channel Design
2.4-GHz Network Design
5-GHz Network Design
Channel Selection Best Practice
Designing the Roaming Path
Roaming on FlexConnect APs
Layer 3 Intercontroller Roaming
Centralized Mode Roaming Design Considerations
Roaming Optimization
Guest Access
Requirements for Secure Guest Access
Common Issues and Concerns for Difficult Coverage Areas
AP Placement and RF Design for Difficult Coverage Areas

Describing Deployment Models

Autonomous AP Deployments
Centralized Cisco WLC
Centralized Architecture
FlexConnect Design
FlexConnect Operation Modes
Converged Access
Cloud Managed Solution

Describing Campus Considerations

Wiring Closet Considerations
Impact of Adopting Newer PoE Capabilities
Uplink and Campus Bandwidth Capacity
Impact of Bandwidth Requirements on Campus Design
Bandwidth and Cabling Considerations for a Campus Design
Redundancy and High Availability
High Availability Switch Best Practices
Power Redundancy
Cisco StackWise Technology
Controller Redundancy
Wi-Fi High Availability
Multicast
Security considerations

Business and Technical Drivers

Verticals and Real-Time Applications
AAA AVC Profile Override for Clients
Granular Policy for WLAN: Use Cases

WLAN Cisco Capabilities

IEEE 802.11 Standards and Capabilities
IEEE 802.11v Is Key in Voice Enterprise
Multicast Optimization
Video over WLAN
Differences Between Wi-Fi and Wired LAN
VideoStream Systemwide Features
Cisco AP and WLC Portfolio

RF Planning and Design

Antenna Selection and RF Propagation
VoWLAN 5 GHz
Surveys for 802.11n Video-Enabled Devices
Signal Planning
SSID and Channel Design
Roaming Considerations
IEEE 802.11k: Radio Resource Management
IEEE 802.11v: Wireless Network Management
Roaming on FlexConnect APs
IEEE 802.11r: Fast BSS Transition

Cisco AVC and QoS

Wi-Fi QoS Capabilities and Considerations
VoIP over Wireless
Delay and Jitter
AP Antenna Selection
QoS Overview
802.11e WMM
QoS Downstream
QoS Upstream
Cisco AVC
NetFlow Collects IP Traffic Information
Controlling Applications: Create AVC Profile
Controlling Applications: Apply a Profile
AAA AVC Profile Override for Clients
Design Recommendations

Common Business and Technical Drivers

Common business and technical drivers
BYOD Market
Cisco CMX Overview
Cisco CMX Analytics

Location Cisco Capabilities

Associated Standards and Capabilities
Distance-Based Location Techniques
Angle-Based Location Techniques
Pattern Recognition
RF Fingerprinting
Factors Affecting Location Accuracy
Cisco CMX Location Analysis
Partner Ecosystem
Mobile Concierge
Cisco Products

RF Planning and Design

AP Placement Considerations
Relationship Between RSSI and Distance
Location, Voice, Video, and Data Coexistence
Signal Planning
Best Practices
Guest Access
Flexible Cisco MSE Deployment Options
Colocated Architecture
Partially Distributed Architectural Concerns
Fully Distributed Architectural Concerns
Cisco CMX Dimensioning Calculator Demonstration

Cisco CMX Ecosystem Analytics and Development

Cisco CMX Components
Common Challenges and Solutions
Recommended Best Practices for Scaling with a Large Number of Mobile Clients
Cisco Wi-Fi-Based Location Process

Outdoors Business and Technical Drivers

Wireless Outdoors for Campuses or Municipalities
Transportation

Outdoor Cisco Capabilities

Outdoor Networks
Building and Foliage Losses
Multipath Environment
External Interference Sources
Line-of-Sight Transmissions
Fresnel Zone Clearance
Street Lamps and Traffic Lights
Wireless Mesh Networking
Controller Intelligence
AP Operation Mode
Dual Radio Mesh
Single-Radio Mesh
Mesh Backhaul Security
AWPP
Indoor Mesh
Outdoor Mesh
Client Density
Calculating Capacity
Rate vs. Range
Optimized Roaming


Outdoor AP Placement

Providing Maximum Capacity
Mesh Point Count Based on Client Data Rate
Inter-AP Typical Distances
Survey Tools
Mesh AP Mounting Locations
Local Power vs. PoE
Outdoor Environmental Options
Lightning Damage
Mounting Antennas
First Fresnel Zone Clearance
Antenna Colocation
In-Building Losses
Difficult Areas and Interference Mitigation


Site Survey: Access and Safety Concerns

Building Access
Restricted Areas
Construction Consideration
Occupational Safety and Health Administration and National Electric Code
Outdoor RF Awareness
Regulatory Compliance
Elevators
Regulations for Towers
Cisco Universal APs and AirProvision

Site Survey Initial Evaluation

Analyze Gathered Documents
Project Team
Customer Questionnaires
Site Walk-Through
Aesthetic Requirements
Enterprise Campus Network
Building Floor Plan
Environmental Factors
Wired Requirements for Wireless Infrastructure
Reviewing Customer Network Architecture
Power over Ethernet
Describe RF Spot Checks
AP-on-a-Stick
Stop-and-Go Method

Predictive Planning

Purpose of Predictive RF Planning and Its Tools
Using Predictive Site Surveys
Building Material Attenuation
Cisco Predictive Design Tools
Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner
Cisco RF Planning Tool in Cisco Prime Infrastructure
Cisco Prime Infrastructure RF Planning
Third-Party Tools
BOM, Proposal, and Quote

Depth Site Survey

Site Survey Tool Landscape
Passive vs. Active Site Surveys
WLAN vs. Survey vs. Spectrum Adapters
Spectrum Analysis
Cisco Prime Infrastructure Capabilities
Cisco AVC
Building Performance Monitoring
AVC Configuration in Cisco Prime Infrastructure

Postdeployment Survey

Postdeployment Survey Steps
Validation Survey: Client Devices
Postdeployment Survey Types
Active Survey: ICMP vs. iPerf
Validating Project Requirements
Application Performance Validation
Document the Final Design
Configure Cisco Prime Infrastructure with a building and floor plan of the facility and plan a site survey using the criteria given
Connect to a Cisco AP in SE-Connect mode and investigate the RF environment
Connect Metageek Chanalyzer to a Cisco AP in SE-Connect Mode

Labs: Practical Activities

Case Study: Project Kickoff

Case Study: Base Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  - Objective:  Determine the best AP placement, recommend the Wi-Fi model, and design Wi-Fi to support common Wi-Fi clients.

Case Study: Voice and Real-Time Application Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
   - Objective: Design the Wi-Fi network to support voice and real-time applications

Case Study: Location and Cisco CMX Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
   - Objective: Design the Wi-Fi network to support location capabilities using Cisco CMX

Case Study: Outdoor and High-Density Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
   - Objective: Design the Wi-Fi network to efficiently support dense areas and outdoor locations

Case Study: After Implementation
   - Objective: Examine a sample report in Ekahau and make some recommendations

Extras Exercises

Estimating the Number of APs Using Cisco Prime Infrastructure as a Planning Tool
Conducting a Predictive Site Survey with Ekahau Site Survey Pro
Simulating a Layer 1 Sweep with Cisco Spectrum Expert
Simulating a Layer 1 Sweep with Metageek Chanalyzer

Carga Horária: 40 horas

Investimento: consulte