Wireless IUWNE: Cisco CCNA Unified Wireless Networking Essentials

IUWNE: Cisco CCNA Unified Wireless Networking Essentials

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 14.5 
  • Language: English
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Audience: Network Professionals

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Features:

  • Video Lectures and Expert Instruction
  • Demonstrations
  • PowerPoint Slides and Visuals
  • Student Workbooks
 

Description

Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless (CCNA® Wireless) validates associate-level knowledge and skills to configure, implement and support of wireless LANs, specifically those networks using Cisco equipment. With a CCNA Wireless certification, network professionals can support a basic wireless network on a Cisco WLAN in a SMB to enterprise network. The CCNA Wireless curriculum includes information and practice activities to prepare them for configuring, monitoring and troubleshooting basic tasks of a Cisco WLAN in SMB and Enterprise networks.

This course features:

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Our courses feature printable Student Workbooks for every chapter. Our printable Student Workbooks are a study tool that allows students to take notes and bring the course material with them when they may not have access to a computer. Workbooks can also be used electronically to quickly review PowerPoint slides and training topics.

 

Topics Covered

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot small to medium-size WLANs.

Course Introduction - Duration: 3m

Module 01 - Wireless Fundamentals - Duration: 5h 4m

Describing Wireless Networks and Topologies

  • Wireless Today
  • Wireless Usage and Topologies
  • Wireless PAN
  • Wireless LAN
  • Wireless MAN
  • Wireless WAN
  • Ad Hoc Networks
  • Infrastructure Mode
  • Infrastructure Mode (Cont.)
  • Service Set Identifiers
  • Workgroup Bridges
  • Repeaters
  • Outdoor Wireless Bridges
  • Outdoor Mesh Networks
  • Summary

Describing WLAN RF Principles

  • RF Spectrum
  • Frequency
  • Wavelength
  • Amplitude
  • Free Path Loss
  • Absorption
  • Reflection
  • Multipath
  • Multipath: Phase
  • Scattering
  • Refraction
  • Line of Sight
  • Fresnel Zone
  • RSSI and SNR
  • Summary

Describing RF Mathematics

  • Watts, Milliwatts, and Decibels
  • Decibels
  • Decibel Referenced to 1 Milliwatt
  • Decibel Referenced to Isotropic Antenna
  • Decibel Referenced to Dipole Antenna
  • Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
  • Summary

Describing Antennas

  • Antenna Principles
  • Polarization
  • Magnetic Field
  • Diversity
  • Antenna Types
  • Basic Omnidirectional Antenna
  • Omnidirectional Antennas
  • Omnidirectional Antennas (Cont.)
  • Special Omnidirectionals
  • Directional Antennas
  • Directional Antennas (Cont.)
  • Cables and Connectors
  • Attenuators and Amplifiers
  • Lightning Arrestors
  • Lightning Arrestors (Cont.)
  • Splitters
  • Summary

Describing Spread Spectrum Technologies

  • Spread Spectrum
  • FHSS vs. DSSS
  • DSSS: Encoding
  • DSSS Modulations: DBPSK and DQPSK
  • DSSS Modulation: CCK
  • Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing
  • OFDM Modulations: BPSK and QPSK
  • OFDM Modulation: QAM
  • Channels and Overlap Issues
  • Summary

Describing Wireless Regulation Bodies, Standards, and Certifications

  • The IEEE
  • Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Regulatory Bodies
  • FCC Part 15 Antenna Requirements
  • 2.4-GHz EIRP Output Rules: FCC Example
  • 2.4-GHz EIRP Output Rules: FCC Example (Cont.)
  • 2.4-GHz EIRP Output Rules: ETSI Example
  • 2.4-GHz EIRP Output Rules: ETSI Example (Cont.)
  • World-Mode 802.11d
  • Wireless Spectrum
  • Current State of 5-GHz 802.11a Spectrum
  • Some IEEE 802.11 Standard Activities
  • 802.11 Standards for Spectrums and Speeds
  • 802.11
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11b Speed Coverage
  • 802.11g
  • 802.11b/g Cell Speeds
  • 802.11b/g Encoding and Modulations
  • 802.11b and 802.11g Coexistence
  • 802.11a
  • 802.11a Spectrum
  • 802.11a Speeds
  • Comparing the Technologies: 802.11a Data Rates
  • 802.11n
  • Greater Reliability and Predictability
  • 802.11n Channel Aggregation
  • Block Acknowledgement
  • Single-Input, Single-Output
  • Spatial Multiplexing
  • Transmit Beamforming
  • Maximal Ratio Combining
  • MIMO Benefits
  • SISO and MIMO
  • Cisco M-Drive with ClientLink
  • Getting the Desired Throughput
  • Summary

Examining Wireless Media Access

  • Sending a Frame
  • Sending a Frame (Cont.)
  • After a Frame Is Sent
  • 802.11 Frame Format
  • Frame Types
  • Frame Types (Cont.)
  • 802.11 Frame Speeds
  • Discovering the Network (Management Frames)
  • Connecting (Management Frames)
  • Staying Connected (Management Frames)
  • Control Frames
  • WMM Enhancement
  • Power-Save Mode
  • Summary

Examining Non-802.11 Wireless Technologies and Their Impact on WLANs

  • Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth (Cont.)
  • Cordless Phones
  • ZigBee
  • ZigBee Networks
  • Other Non-802.11 Interferers
  • WiMax Technology
  • WiMax Technology (Cont.)
  • Summary

Reviewing the Wireless Frame Journey: End to End

  • Discovering the Network
  • Getting Connected
  • Clients in Cells
  • Sending in the Cell
  • Creating the 802.11 Frame
  • Acknowledging the Frame
  • AP Forwarding to Network
  • AP Forwarding to Controller
  • Rewritten Header in the Controller
  • Wired Segment
  • In the Controller on the Way Back
  • AP Forwarding the Answer
  • Using the Optimal Speed
  • Right Client Processing the Frame
  • All Frames Sent to the Same AP Radio
  • Controller Keeping SSIDs Separated
  • VLANs
  • VLAN Operation
  • 802.1Q Trunking
  • Understanding Native VLANS
  • Mapping SSIDs to VLANs
  • Configuring VLANS and Trunks
  • VLAN Creation Guidelines
  • Adding a VLAN
  • Assigning Switch Ports to a VLAN
  • Verifying VLAN Membership
  • Verifying VLAN Membership (Cont.)
  • 802.1Q Trunking (Cont.)
  • Configuring 802.1Q Trunking
  • Verifying a Trunk
  • WLAN Controller
  • Controller-Based AP
  • Standalone APs and H-REAPs
  • Summary

Identifying Design and Site-Survey Considerations

  • Building Materials
  • Identify Problematic Areas
  • Signal Attenuation
  • Non-802.11 Sources of Interference
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Bluetooth
  • Wireless Phones
  • Analog Cameras
  • Cisco CleanAir Technology
  • Verifying Coverage with Site Survey
  • Which Coverage for Which Usage
  • WLAN Coverage and Capacity
  • Recommended Parameters for 2.4-GHz Data Networks
  • Voice Cell Overlap Guidelines
  • Recommended Parameters for VoWLAN Cell
  • AP Placement for Location
  • Coverage Overlap
  • Multifloor Coverage
  • Site-Survey Tools
  • Basic Survey Tools
  • Summary
  • Module 01 Review

Module 02 - Basic Cisco WLAN Installation - Duration: 3h 40m

Understanding Cisco Unified Wireless Network Basic Architecture

  • Cisco Unified Wireless Networks Basics
  • Standalone and Lightweight APs
  • Cisco Unified Controller-Based Solution
  • Cisco "Split MAC" Design
  • Dynamic RF Management
  • Dynamic Channel Assignment and Transmit Power Optimization
  • Dynamic Channel Assignment and Transmit Power Optimization (Cont.)
  • Wireless Virtual LAN Support
  • Client Roaming and Dynamic Load Balancing
  • Cisco Unified Wireless Network Components
  • Cisco Unified Wireless LAN Access Points
  • Cisco 3500 Series Access Point
  • Cisco Aironet 1040 Series Access Point
  • Cisco Aironet 1140 Series Access Point
  • Cisco Aironet 1260 Series Access Point
  • Cisco Aironet 1250 AGN
  • Cisco Aironet 1300 Series and 1400 Series Bridges
  • Wireless LAN Controllers
  • Cisco 5500 Series WLC
  • Cisco 4400 Series WLC
  • Cisco WiSM
  • Cisco WiSM-2
  • Cisco 2106 WLC, Cisco WLCM
  • Cisco 2500 WLC
  • Cisco Flex 7500 Series Controller
  • Cisco WCS, WCS Navigator, Location Appliance, and Mobility Service Engine
  • Summary

Configuring a Controller

  • Terminology
  • Ports
  • Interfaces
  • Management Interface
  • AP Manager Interface
  • Controller > Interfaces > Edit
  • Virtual Interface
  • Controller > Interfaces > Edit (1)
  • Service Port Interface
  • Controller > Interfaces > Edit (2)
  • Dynamic Interfaces
  • Controller > Interfaces > New and Edit
  • Controller Initial Setup Options
  • Boot Options
  • Run Primary or Backup Image
  • Run Primary or Backup Image (Cont.)
  • CLI Wizard Configuration Tool
  • CLI Wizard Configuration Tool (Cont.)
  • Command Line Interface Basic Command Set
  • Command Line Interface config and debug Commands
  • Controller Web Configuration Wizard Login
  • Controller Web Configuration Wizard
  • Controller Web Configuration Wizard (Cont.)
  • Connect to the Controller Web Interface
  • Menu Bar
  • Administrative Commands
  • Management > Local Management Users
  • Security > TACACS+
  • Management > Management via Wireless
  • Example: Interface Creation
  • Example: WLAN Creation
  • Configuring Access Point Groups
  • Example: Configuring Access Point Groups
  • Interface Groups
  • Configuring Interface Groups
  • Controller Files
  • Controller Code Releases
  • show run-config
  • show run-config (Cont.)
  • Summary

Discovering and Associating with a Controller

  • Layer 3 Lightweight AP Protocol (CAPWAP)
  • Access Point Association Sequence
  • AP CAPWAP Discover and Join Overview
  • AP CAPWAP Discovery
  • AP CAPWAP Discovery (Cont.)
  • CAPWAP Layer 3 Discovery
  • Access Point Join Order
  • AP Join Phase Without Master
  • AP Join Phase With Master
  • Primary Controller Name
  • Controller > Advanced > Master Controller Mode
  • AP CAPWAP Join Messages
  • CAPWAP Configuration Phase
  • Differences Between LWAPP and CAPWAP
  • Differences Between LWAPP and CAPWAP (Cont.)
  • AP States
  • Design: AP Redundancy
  • AP Failover Process
  • Failover Priority
  • AP Fallback
  • Controller Redundancy
  • Controller Redundancy Designs: N + 1
  • Controller Redundancy Designs: N + N
  • Controller Redundancy Designs: N + N +1
  • Summary

Describing Access Point Operational Modes

  • AP Mode: Wireless > Access Points > All APs > AP
  • Access Point Local Mode
  • Access Point Local Mode Monitor Timing
  • Access Point Monitor Mode
  • Access Point Monitor Mode Monitor Timing
  • Access Point Sniffer Mode
  • AP Sniffer Mode Operation
  • Access Point Rogue Detector Mode
  • AP Bridge Mode
  • AP SE-Connect
  • Hybrid REAP
  • H-REAP
  • H-REAP in Connected Mode
  • H-REAP in Standalone Mode
  • OfficeExtend Access Point
  • Summary

Roaming

  • Mobility Groups and Mobility Domains
  • Controller > General
  • Controller > Mobility Management > Mobility Groups
  • Roaming Concept
  • Cisco Wireless Layer 2 Roaming
  • Client Roaming Within a Subnetwork
  • Cisco Wireless Layer 3 Roaming
  • Client Roaming Across Subnetworks
  • Roaming Example: Preroaming
  • Roaming Example: Layer 3 Asymmetric
  • Roaming Example: Layer 3 Asymmetric (Cont.)
  • Roaming Example: Layer 3 Symmetric
  • Roaming Example: Layer 3 Symmetric (Cont.)
  • Roaming: Tunnels (Symmetric Example)
  • Cisco Wireless Mobility Anchor
  • Cisco Wireless Mobility Anchor Considerations
  • WLANs > Mobility Anchors
  • Controller > Mobility Management > Mobility Anchor Config
  • Static IP Tunneling
  • Summary

Managing the Network from the Controller

  • Controller Monitor Page
  • Access Point Summary
  • Monitor 802.11b/g/n Radios
  • Radios > Statistics
  • Access Point > Configure
  • Monitor Rogue
  • Monitor > Active Rogue AP > Detail
  • Monitor > Active Rogue AP > Detail > Edit
  • Rogue Containment
  • Monitor Clients
  • Monitor Clients > Details
  • Monitor Clients > Details (Cont.)
  • Disabled Clients
  • Excluded Clients
  • Excluded Clients (Cont.)
  • Clients: Internal DHCP Server
  • Clients: Internal DHCP Server (Cont.)
  • Summary

Configuring and Migrating Standalone Access Points

  • Managing the Access Point
  • Main Menu: Home
  • Main Menu: Home (Cont.)
  • Express Set-Up Menu
  • Express Security Set-Up
  • Network Interfaces
  • Network Interfaces (Cont.)
  • Radio1-802.11N 5GHz Network Interface
  • Radio1-802.11N 5GHz Network Interface (Cont.)
  • Cisco Aironet AP Conversion Tools
  • Cisco Conversion Tool
  • Cisco Conversion Tool (Cont.)
  • Cisco Conversion Using CLI
  • Adding Standalone Access Points to WCS
  • Converting APs to CAPWAP Using WCS
  • Converting APs to CAPWAP Using WCS (Cont.)
  • Summary
  • Module 02 Review

Module 03 - Wireless Clients - Duration: 40m

Using Default Configuration Tools

  • Client WLAN Configurations
  • Network Profile
  • Intel PROSet
  • First-Time Connection
  • Configuring an Ad Hoc Profile
  • Configuring an Infrastructure Profile: Pre-Shared Key Authentication
  • Configuring an Infrastructure Profile: Central Authentication
  • Intel PROSet Diagnostic
  • MAC AirPort Extreme
  • Connecting to a Network
  • Configuring an Ad Hoc Profile (1)
  • Infrastructure Profile
  • Advanced Configuration
  • Advanced Parameters
  • Wireless Connection Details
  • Diagnostic
  • Windows Wireless LAN AutoConfig Service Overview
  • WLAN AutoConfig Service Overview (Cont.)
  • Creating a Profile Using the WLAN AutoConfig Service
  • Configuring an Infrastructure Profile Using the WLAN AutoConfig Service: PSK Authentication
  • Configuring an Infrastructure Profile Using the WLAN AutoConfig Service: Central Authentication
  • Profile Configuration Example
  • Profile Configuration Example (Cont.)
  • WLAN AutoConfig Service Connection Sequence Flow
  • Configuring Apple iOS
  • Configuring Google Android Clients
  • Summary

Configuring the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client

  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
  • Cisco AnyConnect-Network Access Manager (NAM)
  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Network Access Manager: Licensing
  • Installing the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
  • Cisco AnyConnect Mobility Client Installation
  • Cisco AnyConnect Network Access Manager
  • Cisco AnyConnect Mobility Client
  • Configuring a Profile Using the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client: PSK Authentication
  • Configuring a Profile Using the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client: Infrastructure Authentication
  • Using DART
  • Summary

Understanding the Cisco Compatible Extensions Program

  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Program for Wi-Fi Tags
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Explained
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: Cisco Centralized Key Management
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: AP-Specified Maximum Power
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: Enhanced Roaming
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: Client Link Test
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: Client Reporting
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Example: Client MFP
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions and Features and Versions Summary
  • Summary
  • Module 03 Review

Module 04 - WLAN Security - Duration: 2h 22m

Describing WLAN Security Components

  • Wired vs. Wireless Privacy
  • Authentication
  • Authenticating Devices vs. Users
  • Encryption
  • Symmetric and Asymmetric Encryption
  • Common Keys
  • Individual Keys
  • Wireless Threats
  • Wireless IDS
  • Wireless IPS
  • Management Frame Protection
  • Infrastructure MFP
  • Client MFP
  • Summary

Establishing IEEE 802.11 Security

  • Open Authentication
  • Autonomous AP: Security > Encryption Manager
  • Controller: WLANs > Edit > Security
  • WEP Authentication
  • WEP Engine
  • WEP Limitations
  • Autonomous AP: WEP Configuration
  • Controller: WEP Configuration
  • MAC Filtering
  • WLAN > Edit
  • Security > AAA > Mac Filtering
  • Summary

Centralizing WLAN Authentication

  • 802.1X
  • 802.1X over Wireless
  • Unique Encryption Keys
  • EAP Process
  • EAP Frame Format
  • RADIUS
  • Security > AAA > RADIUS > Authentication
  • Security > AAA > RADIUS > Authentication > New
  • WLAN > Edit > Security > AAA Servers
  • Local EAP
  • Security > Local EAP > Profiles
  • Security > Local EAP > Profiles > Edit
  • Security > Local EAP > EAP-FAST Parameters
  • Security > AAA > Local Net Users
  • Security > Local EAP > Authentication Priority
  • Security > AAA > LDAP > New
  • WLAN > Edit
  • Summary

Describing EAP Authentications

  • Symmetric Keys
  • Asymmetric Keys
  • Digital Signature
  • Trusted Third Party
  • Certificates
  • Public Key Infrastructure
  • EAP-Transport Layer Security
  • EAP-Transport Layer Security (Cont.)
  • EAP-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling
  • PAC Creation
  • PAC Exchange
  • EAP-FAST Authentication
  • Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol
  • PEAP Authentication
  • Lightweight EAP
  • LEAP Authentication
  • Summary

Managing Authentication and Encryption Through WPA and WPA2

  • Wi-Fi Protected Access
  • WPA Authentication Modes
  • WPA Authentication Process
  • Purpose of Each WPA Phase
  • Unicast Keys: Four-Way Handshake
  • Group Key Handshake
  • WPA: Longer Key, Longer Initialization Vector
  • WPA: Per-Packet Key Mixing
  • Message Integrity Check
  • WPA PSK Authentication: Offline Dictionary Attack
  • WPA2 and 802.11i
  • 802.11i and AES
  • WPA, WPA2, and 802.11i Comparison
  • 802.11i Key Caching and Preauthentication
  • Cisco CKM
  • Summary

Configuring Wireless Security on Controllers and Clients

  • Security Policy Logic
  • WLAN > Edit > Security
  • WLAN > Edit > Security (Cont.)
  • Security
  • IEEE 802.1X
  • 802.1X and WEP
  • WPA and WPA2
  • WLAN AutoConfig Association
  • WLAN AutoConfig Authentication
  • WLAN AutoConfig Authentication: Smart Card or Certificate
  • WLAN AutoConfig: PEAP
  • AirPort Extreme
  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client WEP
  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client PSK
  • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Enterprise
  • Web Authentication
  • Web Authentication Process
  • WLAN > Edit > Security > Layer 3
  • Security > Web Auth > Web Login Page
  • Security > Web Auth > Web Authentication Certificate
  • Summary
  • Module 04 Review

Module 05 - Cisco WCS Basics - Duration: 1h 37m

Introducing Cisco WCS and Cisco WCS Navigator

  • WLAN Management Tools
  • Cisco WCS Licensing
  • Cisco WCS Versions
  • Cisco WCS Licensing (1)
  • Cisco Spectrum Intelligence Licenses
  • Cisco WCS Navigator Overview
  • Cisco WCS Navigator Product Specifications
  • Cisco WCS Navigator Features
  • Adding Regional Cisco WCS
  • Administration > AAA > Users WCS
  • Network Summary
  • Inventory Reports
  • Summary

Navigating the Cisco WCS Interface

  • Cisco WCS Login
  • Initial Screen Home
  • Administration Menu
  • Administration > Background Tasks
  • Administration > AAA
  • Administration > AAA > Users > Add User
  • Administration > AAA > Groups > Group Name
  • Administration > AAA > Users > Audit Trail
  • Administration > Logging
  • Administration > Settings > Data Management
  • Administration > Settings > Mail Server Configuration
  • Administration > User Preferences
  • Summary

Working with Controllers from Cisco WCS

  • Adding Controllers
  • Configure > Controllers
  • Configure > Controller > Add Controllers
  • Controller Configuration
  • Controller Configuration (Cont.)
  • Configuration Controller Template Launch Pad
  • Creating a Template
  • Applying Saved Template
  • Configure > Access Points > Access Point Detail
  • AP and Radio Templates
  • Audits
  • Audits (Cont.)
  • Summary

Working with Preconfigured Maps

  • Add, Relocate, and Remove Access Points
  • Monitor > Maps
  • Add Access Points
  • Relocate an Access Point
  • Access Point Details
  • Remove an Access Point
  • Display Heat Maps
  • AP Heat Maps
  • Floor Setting > Access Points
  • Heat Map Before and After Editing
  • AP Map Icon Status
  • Display Client Locations
  • Display Client Locations (Cont.)
  • Summary

Monitoring the Network with Cisco WCS

  • Customize the Monitor Page
  • Home > Edit Tabs
  • Home > Edit Content
  • Home > Personalized Tab
  • Alarm Dashboard
  • Alarm Summary
  • Monitor > Alarms
  • Monitor > Alarms (Cont.)
  • Monitor Events
  • Generating Reports in Cisco WCS
  • Report Launch Pad
  • Save and Run Report
  • Customize Report
  • Schedule a Report
  • Managing Current Report
  • Managing Scheduled Run Results
  • Managing Saved Reports
  • Summary

Working with Cisco CleanAir in Cisco WCS

  • Cisco CleanAir
  • Interfering Devices
  • Cisco CleanAir Components
  • CleanAir Technology in Cisco Unified Wireless Networks
  • Cisco CleanAir Features by Device
  • Spectrum Intelligence
  • Severity Index
  • Air Quality Index
  • PMAC
  • Local Mode
  • Monitor Mode
  • Spectrum Only Mode
  • Configuring Cisco CleanAir on Cisco WLC
  • Configuring Cisco CleanAir Parameters on Cisco WLC
  • Configuring Cisco CleanAir Parameters on Cisco WLC (Cont.)
  • Air Quality Interference Devices
  • Air Quality Reports
  • Cisco WCS: CleanAir
  • Cisco CleanAir Maps: Monitor > Maps
  • Cisco WCS Maps with CleanAir Device Location
  • Zone of Impact
  • Cisco WCS CleanAir Reports
  • Summary
  • Module 05 Review

Module 06 - WLAN Maintenance and Troubleshooting - Duration: 1h 2m

Maintaining the System

  • Apply vs. Save Configuration
  • Commands > Upload File
  • Commands > Download File
  • Commands > Upload File (1)
  • Command: show run-config
  • Command: show run-config commands
  • Controller Platform and Code Version
  • Cisco WLC Upgrade
  • Config Boot Image
  • Wireless > All APs > Detail
  • Predownloading an Image to an Access Point
  • Cisco WLC: Commands > Reboot > Save And Reboot or Reboot Without Save
  • Cisco WLC: Commands > Scheduled Reboot
  • Cisco WLC: Commands > Reset to Factory Default
  • Wireless > All APs > Detail (1)
  • Cisco WLC: Management Access Methods
  • APs: Management Access Methods
  • APs: Management Access Methods (Cont.)
  • Autonomous AP: Management Access Methods
  • Summary

Troubleshooting a Wireless Network

  • Layer 2 and Layer 3 Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting
  • SSID Mismatch
  • Disabled WLAN
  • Unsupported Data Rates
  • Disabled Clients
  • Radio Preamble
  • Security Mismatch
  • Troubleshooting 802.1X
  • Troubleshooting Web Authentication
  • Cisco Proprietary Features
  • IP Address Issues
  • Hidden Node Issue
  • Exposed Node Issue
  • Backward Compatibility Issues
  • Common Controller Issues
  • Visual Elements
  • Third-Party Tools: Sniffers
  • Cisco Spectrum Expert
  • Third-Party Tools: AirMagnet
  • Third-Party Tools: Ekahau
  • Management > Logs > Config
  • Management > Logs > Message Logs
  • Management > SNMP > General
  • Management > SNMP > Communities and Trap Receiver
  • Management > SNMP > Trap Logs
  • Management > SNMP > Trap Controls
  • Management > Tech Support > Controller Crash
  • Management > Tech Support > AP Crash Log > Get Log
  • Monitor > Clients
  • CLI Command: show client summary
  • CLI Command: show client detail
  • CLI Command: show arp switch
  • CLI Command: show ap config
  • CLI Command: debug
  • Per-Client Debug Option
  • CLI debug Commands: debug dot11 ? and debug dhcp ?
  • CLI debug Commands: debug capwap events enable
  • Cisco WCS Home
  • Cisco WCS: Alarm Dashboard
  • Cisco WCS: Monitor > Controllers > Controllers IP > System > Summary
  • Cisco WCS: Monitor Access Points
  • Cisco WCS: Monitor Events
  • Cisco WCS Client Troubleshooting
  • Cisco WCS Client Troubleshooting Tool
  • Troubleshoot
  • Monitor Clients > Troubleshoot > Log Analysis
  • Summary
  • Module 06 Review
  • Course Closure
 

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