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