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Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) Training


This CWNA certification is basically foundational level WiFi certification for the CWNP Certification Program.

  • Category : CWNP

Course Price : $3215 Per Participant

Course Description

This CWNA certification is basically foundational level WiFi certification for the CWNP Certification Program.

The CWNA certification will help you to start your career in Wireless Networking.

You will get a clear understanding of functionalities utilized in radio frequency which affects networking, and you can manage site surveys, administer high-performance network, and protect confidential user data from potential encroaches. 

Additionally, you will also learn about seamless mobile connectivity, deep analysis of wireless frames, and VoWLAN deployments.

You will utilize software tools and enterprise hardware during production and practical lab exercises.

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Years of Experience

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Global Learners

What you will learn

  • green-tick Background and roles of Wi-Fi governing bodies, including the IEEE and Wi-Fi Alliance
  • green-tick Radio frequency properties and behaviors
  • green-tick Wireless signal fundamentals, including measurement principles
  • green-tick Antenna information, including types and installation best practices
  • green-tick Wi-Fi standards, including 802.11 extensions ac, ad, af, and ah
  • green-tick Wi-Fi device types and infrastructure options
  • green-tick Wi-Fi communications processes, including connection, roaming, and data transfer
  • green-tick General troubleshooting tips to common real-world 802.11n issues
  • green-tick Wi-Fi architecture best practices, including both network and wireless design
  • green-tick Similarities, differences, and peculiarities about Wi-Fi deployments in differing environments (offices, K-12 education, health care facilities, and more)
  • green-tick Security standards, best practices, known vulnerabilities, and remediation techniques for Wi-Fi networks
  • green-tick Site surveying, including requirements gathering, design, installation, and validation
  • green-tick Troubleshooting methodology, tools, and techniques, along with common issues


  • It is recommended to have basic fundamental knowledge of OSI reference model covering IP SubNetting.

Who should attend this course?

  • Administrators: network, systems, infrastructure, security, and LAN/WLANs
  • Support professionals: technical assistance and field support
  • Designers: network, systems, and infrastructure
  • Developers: wireless software and hardware products
  • Consultants and integrators: IT and security
  • Decision makers: infrastructure managers, IT managers, security directors, chief security officers, and chief technology officers
  • CCNAs


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  • Wi-Fi Related Organizations
  • The IEEE
  • PHY Amendments
  • 11 Amendments
  • Wi-Fi Alliance
  • PoE (802.3)
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Wavelength, amplitude and other RF characteristics
  • Reflection, refraction and other RF behavior
  • RF Propagation
  • Basic Types of Modulation
  • RF units of measure
  • Basic RF mathematics
  • RF signal measurements
  • Understand link budgets
  • RF Units of Measure
  • Types of Antennas and Antenna Systems Commonly Used With 802.11 WLANs
  • Antenna Polarization and Gain
  • Antenna Implementation
  • Types of Antenna Cables, Connectors, and Other Accessories
  • 11 PHYs and Network Types
  • 11 Frequency Bands
  • 11 Channels Explained
  • OSI Model Layers and Wi-Fi
  • 11 Physical Layers (PHYs)
  • Throughput vs. Data Rate
  • RF Modulation Methods
  • 11 Use Case Scenarios
  • WLAN Operating Modes including BSS. ESS and Roaming
  • Access Point Features and Capabilities
  • AP and WLAN Management Systems
  • Wireless Monitoring Systems (Analytics)
  • WLAN Controller Functionality
  • Network Architecture Planes
  • WLAN Bridging
  • Client Devices
  • Client Device OS Configuration
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) Functionality
  • 11 Frames
  • Frame Aggregation
  • Guard Interval
  • General Frame Format
  • PHY Preamble
  • Management, Control and Data Frames
  • Locating WLANs
  • Differences between CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA
  • Distributed Coordination Function (DCF)
  • Network Allocation Vector (NAV)
  • Clear Channel Assessment (CCA)
  • Interframe Spacing (IFS)
  • Contention Window (CW)
  • Quality of Service in 802.11 WLANs
  • Hybrid Coordination Function (HCF)
  • Additional Control Frames and Protection Modes
  • Control, Management and Data Planes
  • WLAN Controller Solutions
  • Network Architectures
  • RF Channel Planning
  • Service Set Configurations
  • Cell Sizing and Interference
  • Explore WLAN Deployment Scenarios
  • BYOD and Guest Access
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Radio Resource Management (RRM) and other automatic RF management solutions
  • Additional Management Features
  • Additional Authentication Features
  • Deprecated Standard Security
  • Weak Security Mechanisms
  • Pre-shared Key and IEEE 802.1X/EAP
  • Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems (WIPS)
  • Protocol and Spectrum Analysis for Security
  • Using Secure Protocols
  • Survey Processes
  • Understanding Requirements
  • Verify Design Requirements
  • Documentation
  • Locating Interference
  • Spectrum Analysis
  • Application and Throughput Testing
  • Protocol Analysis
  • CWNP Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Protocol Analysis Troubleshooting Features
  • Spectrum Analysis Troubleshooting Features
  • RF Interference
  • Hidden Nodes
  • Connectivity Problems
  • Course Details

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      Enrolled: 1452
    • duration duration green
      Duration: 5 Days

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