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Certified Wireless Network Administrator – CWNA

Course Overview

CWNA Certification Training

Keeping in mind the end goal to achieve CWNP Associate level the hopeful must prepare in Networking Technology and have a working information of Wireless.

This accreditation is perfect for engineers who have no less than 1 year of involvement in the field.

This accreditation requires more specialized information than CWTS and goes about as a "door" (essential) to the Professional suite of affirmations.

The Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) instructional course covers a large number of subjects extending from RF Frequencies, Wireless LAN Analysis, and RF Math, to Site Surveying and Antennas.

This class gives the systems administration proficient a strong establishment of information for going into, or progressing inside, the remote systems administration industry.

From essential RF hypothesis to 802.11 Frame Exchange forms, this course conveys hands-on preparing that will profit the amateur and in addition the accomplished system proficient.

Principle Areas Covered by CWNA Certification Training:

  • Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies
  • Remote Standards and Organizations
  • 802.11 Network Architecture

CWNA Certification Training – Course Objectives

  • Comprehend Basic RF Principles and Characteristics
  • Characterize Antenna Types
  • Portray 802.11 Frame Transmission and Exchange Processes
  • Portray Wireless Network Security Basics
  • Comprehend the Methodologies utilized as a part of WLAN Analysis
  • Comprehend Site Survey Fundamentals and Best Practices
  • Characterize Basic Network Troubleshooting

Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)

Course Outline

Module 1 – WLAN and Networking Industry Organizations

  • WLAN Industry Organizations
  • Administrative Domains
  • 11 Standard and Amendments
  • Extra Networking Standards
  • PoE
  • EAP
  • Span

Module 2 – RF Characteristics and Behavior

  • Spread Spectrum, Modulation, and Coding
  • Properties of RF Waves
  • Kinds of Power Loss and Environmental Impact on Radio Waves
  • RF Propagation

Module 3 – RF Mathematics and Measurements

  • RF Units of Measurement
  • RF Signals Measurement
  • Fundamental RF Math
  • Connection Budgets

Module 4 – RF Antennas and Hardware

  • Recieving wire Fundamentals
  • Polarization and Gain
  • Sorts of WLAN Antennas
  • Recieving wire Systems
  • Recieving wire Implementation and Safety
  • RF Cables, Connectors, and Accessories

Module 5 – 802.11 PHYs and Network Types

  • Recurrence Bands
  • Conjunction Mechanisms
  • Difficulties Addressed by Modern MACs/PHYs
  • HT and VHT Enhancements
  • Combination and Deployment Considerations

Module 6 – 802.11 Network Devices

  • Framework Devices
  • Gadget Configuration
  • Control Over Ethernet

Module 7 – 802.11 MAC Operations

  • Casing Types
  • Association Methodologies

Module 8 – 802.11 Channel Access Methods

  • Necessities
  • Timing and Distribution
  • Security Mechanisms
  • Activity Modes
  • Power Management

Module 9 – WLAN Network Architectures

  • Control, Management, and Data
  • Sending
  • Controllers
  • QoS
  • Wandering
  • Accessible Models
  • AP Placement and Channel Selection

Module 10 – WLAN Requirements and Solutions

  • Information Access
  • Client Types
  • Utilization Models
  • System Types
  • Essential Operating Models
  • System Management Systems
  • System Architecture
  • Administrations

Module 11 – Security Solutions for WLAN

  • Security Strategies
  • Security Policy
  • Security Mechanisms
  • Security Management

Module 12 – Site Surveys, Network Design and Validation

  • RF Site Surveys
  • Necessities Collation and Validation
  • Overview Report
  • Overview Methodologies
  • Overview Considerations
  • Range Analysis

Module 13 – WLAN Troubleshooting

  • Investigating Methodology
  • Convention and Spectrum Analysis
  • Observing
  • Impedance
  • Essential Knowledge of Networking
  • Comprehension of OSI Model
  • Information of IP Subnetting

Exam Required for CWNA Certification

  • CWNP CWNA-107
  • Delegated Exam a hour and a half (60 addresses: different decision/various answer)
  • Exam Proctor: PearsonVUE
  • Recertification: 3 years