In this course, you will be presented with more challenging real-world deployments such as client mobility between subnets, high client density deployments, and mesh network deployments. You will be able to make network design decisions about, configure, and troubleshoot WLANs that encounter these challenges. The course is updated through Wireless LAN Controller and AP code release 8.1, which includes new in-demand features such as 802.11ac design awareness, iBeaconing, Apple 802.11v integration, AVC enhancements, FlexConnect enhancements, ease-of-use enhancements, as well as many more customer requested enhancements.
Note: For the classroom version of this course, laptops are provided to participate in the hands-on labs. If you desire to use your own laptop, please bring a laptop computer with an Ethernet port as well as an internal wireless NIC, 802.11a/b/g/n. The laptop's operating systems must be Windows XP (SP3). If your operating system is Windows Vista or Windows 7, include a terminal emulator such as HyperTerminal. Additionally, if your laptop does not contain terminal emulation, then you will need administrator rights to the laptop to install software.
- Make network-design decisions
- Configure and troubleshoot WLANs for complex wireless LAN installations
- Mobility between subnets
- High-client density deployments
- Mesh-network deployments
Who Can Benefit
- Channel field engineers
- Cisco network consulting engineers
- New Unified Communications partners
- Customer network engineers
- Anyone interested in the Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution who has a strong data networking background and who will be responsible for planning, deploying, and managing advanced functions of an enterprise WLAN using lightweight access points with controllers