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Deploying Cisco Advanced Wireless LANs (WDAWL v1.2)

Course Objectives

After finishing this course, the student will have the capacity to meet these general targets:

  • Detail the distinctions in customer portability between Layer 2 and Layer 3
  • Arrange the controller to fittingly stamp need activity for transmission first in the midst of system clog and abstain from presenting pointless IPv6 which could prompt system blockage
  • Examine the difficulties looked in giving a quality client involvement in a high thickness remote system organization situation
  • Configuration, introduce, and keep up a remote work arrange both as an extra to a current WLAN and as another establishment

Who Should Attend

The essential group of onlookers for this course is as per the following:

  • Channel field engineers
  • Cisco Network Consulting Engineers
  • New Cisco Unified Communications accomplices
  • Client organize engineers

The auxiliary gathering of people for this course is as per the following:

  • Client arrange administrators

Deploying Cisco Advanced Wireless LANs (WDAWL v1.2)

Course Outline

Module 1: Client Mobility Between Subnets

  • Objective: Detail the distinctions in customer versatility between Layer 2 and Layer 3

Lesson 1: Understanding Same Subnet Roaming Objective: Describe the remote LAN terms and ideas associated with customer versatility This lesson incorporates these subjects:

Phrasing of Roaming

  • Objective: Define the terms that are utilized to depict customer versatility in a Cisco Wireless system

Guided Lab 1: Connecting to the remote labs

  • Objective: Establish network between the understudy in the classroom and the remote lab gear and interface with the assigned Pod workstation.
  • Action Objective
  • Visual Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Assignment 1: Establishing a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Connection to the Lab

Capacity of the Mobility Group

  • Objective: Describe customer meandering conduct over numerous versatility gatherings and how to arrange portability bunches on the Cisco WLC.

Versatility Messaging

  • Objective: Identify the kinds of portability messages that are utilized between WLCs

Auto-stay Mobility

  • Objective: Describe the auto-stay usefulness and activity at Layer 2.

Rundown

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were examined in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Understanding Inter-subnet Mobility Objective: Identify and portray the contrasts between versatility at layer 2 and portability at layer 3. This lesson incorporates these subjects:

Self-governing AP Mobility

  • Objective: Describe the customer portability choices and impediments of customer versatility between self-ruling access focuses

Intra-controller Mobility

  • Objective: Describe the activities which happen in giving customer portability crosswise over subnet limits while changing relationship between APs joined to the same WLC

Between controller Mobility Layer 2

  • Objective: Describe the activities required to give customer versatility crosswise over subnet limits while changing relationship between APs joined to various controllers

Effect of AP Groups on Mobility

  • Objective: Describe how the utilization of AP gatherings can influence customer versatility

Interface Groups and Mobility

  • Objective: Describe how the utilization of Interface gatherings and their arrangement can influence customer versatility

Dynamic Anchoring of Clients with Static IP

  • Objective: Describe how portability is accommodated customers that utilization a static IP address

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson

Lesson 3: Identifying Advanced Mobility Issues Objective: Describe how Cisco remote systems help customers to guarantee a larger amount of execution and longer battery times for cell phones This lesson incorporates these points:

Wi-Fi Alliance Voice Enterprise Certification

  • Objective: Describes the fundamental 802.11 alterations utilized as a part of Voice Enterprise

802.11v Support with Apple Devices

  • Objective: Describe the advantages of 802.11v as they apply to Apple gadgets

RX-SOP

  • Objective: Describe how RX - Start of Packet (SOP) upgrades portability

Upgraded Roaming

  • Objective: Describes how Optimized Roaming upgrades the user?s Wi-Fi encounter

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson

Module 2: Network Efficiency

  • Objective: This module gives guideline on enhancing the system through Quality of Service (QoS), VideoStream enablement, and use of Cisco WLC MS Lync SDN task in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network condition

Lesson 1: Configuring Quality of Service Objective: Describe the Cisco Unified Wireless Network highlights intended to give organize productivity and how they can enhance execution with QoS, VideoStream, and MS Lync SDN bolster. This lesson incorporates these subjects:

QoS Overview

  • Objective: Define QoS in a remote LAN (WLAN) condition.

802.11e/WMM

  • Objective: Describe how remote QoS is actualized under 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multi Media.

QoS Packet Marking Mappings

  • Objective: Describes the mappings that are utilized as a part of QoS bundle checking between the wired and remote fragments of the system.

QoS Process

  • Objective: Explain how QoS markings are utilized and their part in organizing bundles at last toend arrange conveyance.

Executing QoS

  • Objective: Describes QoS usage and arrangement on a WLC utilizing both static metal levels and Alloy profiles.

QoS Roles for Guest Users

  • Objective: Describes the creation and use of QoS parts to confine data transmission conflict.

Parameters Affecting Voice and Video Quality

  • Objective: Identifies WLC parameters that effect voice and video applications.

VoIP Phone Support Features

  • Objective: Identifies the WLC settings that effect VoIP usefulness.

Improved EDCA Support

  • Objective: Describes how to actualize 802.11e EDCA for outsider voice and video gadgets.

Arranging Video Parameters

  • Objective: Describe the design and use of Call Admission Control for video customers.

Guided Lab 2: Monitoring WLC QoS on the Switch Infrastructure (Optional ? subject to time and gear)

  • Objective: Configure and confirm QoS markings from the WLC to the AP.
  • Action Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Errand 1: Configure Switch QoS Settings
  • Errand 2: Configure the Frame Capture on the Switch
  • Errand 3: Configure the Traffic Generator
  • Errand 4: Analyze the Data

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Implementing Video over Wi-Fi

  • Objective: Describe Video necessities for conveyance over an IP system and how a remote system influences these prerequisites.

This lesson incorporates these themes:

Multicast Review

  • Objective: Describes the setup of the WLC to help multicast movement in the remote system.

Cisco VideoStream Technology

  • Objective: Describe the arrangement of highlights which empower consistant and dependable conveyance of amazing video over the remote system.

Rundown

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were examined in this lesson.

Lesson 3: Implementing VideoStream In A FlexConnect Deployment

  • Objective: Identify VideoStream prerequisites and issues over FlexConnect remote systems.

This lesson incorporates these points:

VideoStream in FlexConnect Environments

  • Objective: Describes the VideoStream highlights accessible and their execution in a FlexConnect organization.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 4: Integrating the WLC with MS Lync SDN

  • Objective: Describe the Cisco WLC Lync SDN combination highlights and its task

This lesson incorporates these points:

WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Overview

  • Objective: Describe the Cisco MS Lync SDN Integration.

WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Configuration

  • Objective: Describe MS Lync coordination setup.

WLC MS Lync SDN Integration Verification

  • Objective: Describe how to approve a WLC MS Lync coordination.

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 3: High Density Deployment Challenges

  • Objective: Identify and talk about the difficulties looked in giving a quality client involvement in a high thickness remote system. This incorporates distinguishing when a remote system turns into a high thickness arrangement situation, and the five basic plan focuses that must be tended to in the organization to help high customer densities.

Lesson 1: Understanding the Effects of Client Density on a Wireless Network

  • Objective: Identify when a remote system, or part of one, turns into a high-thickness organization situation and recognize a portion of the difficulties a head will look in giving a quality client encounter

This lesson incorporates these points:

What is a High Density Deployment?

  • Objective: Describe when a region of arrangement moves from a typical remote condition to one thought about a region of high-thickness.

Customer Density

  • Objective: Describe the impacts of different customers in nearness to each other have on the remote system condition.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Planning for Areas of High Client Density

  • Objective: Discuss the five basic plan focuses that are inside an administrator?s control which must be tended to in the arrangement of a remote system intended to give a quality client involvement in a higherdensity remote condition.

This lesson incorporates these points:

Decide the True Per-Connection Bandwidth Requirement

  • Objective: Describe the significance of deciding the genuine per-customer transfer speed prerequisites.

Deciding Throughput Requirements for a Coverage Area

  • Objective: Describe factors influencing the throughput that can be conveyed in any single cell in a higher-thickness organization.

Higher Data Rates Increase Efficiency and Reduce the Effective Size of the Cell

  • Objective: Describe the impacts of information rates on cell estimating in a higher-thickness condition.

5 GHz Support is Critical for High-Density Deployments

  • Objective: Describe the impacts of customers and their abilities in conveying an effective higherdensity WLAN sending.

RF Spectrum is a Finite Resource

  • Objective: Describe the effect that RF obstruction has on a high-thickness remote organization.

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 4: Introduction to Mesh Networks

  • Objective: Describe, at an abnormal state, remote work systems both as an extra to a current WLAN and as another establishment.

Lesson 1: Describing Wireless Mesh Networks - Overview

  • Objective: Describe parts that make up a remote work system and ideas that encourage sending of an Enterprise Mesh engineering.

This lesson incorporates these points:

The Mesh Architecture

  • Objective: Describe the parts and ideas that encourage arrangement of an Enterprise Mesh design.

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Implementing Wireless Mesh Networks - Overview

  • Objective: Describe benefits work systems give to a venture troublesome systems administration situations and a portion of the adaptability highlights gave by the work organize design.

This lesson incorporates these themes:

Why Use a Mesh Architecture?

  • Objective: Describe the advantages work systems furnish to an endeavor with troublesome systems administration conditions alongside a portion of the versatility highlights gave by the work organize engineering.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 5: Wireless Guest Networks

  • Objective: Describe the alternatives accessible to design visitor access in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN) condition.

Lesson 1: Providing Advanced Guest Access

  • Objective: Able to utilize the controller GUI to design visitor access in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network condition.

This lesson incorporates these themes:

Characterizing Guest Access with a Cisco WLC

  • Objective: Define what a visitor arrange is and exhibits the specialized necessities for a visitor get to arrangement utilizing a Cisco WLC.

Strategies for Providing Guest Access

  • Objective: Differentiate the strategies accessible for giving visitor access in the wired and remote system.

Arranging Guest Access

  • Objective: Describe the design of visitor get to abilities on the WLC.

Dozing Clients Guest Enhancements

  • Objective: Describe the dozing customer highlight acquainted with upgrade bolster for visitor customers which practice battery sparing practices.

Visitor Networking Enhancements

  • Objective: Describe the upgrades to the visitor arrange highlights that were presented in WLC code variant 7.6.

Extra Guest Networking Capabilities

  • Objective: Describe the upgrades to the visitor arrange highlights which were presented in WLC 8.X code prepare.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Implementing Local Policies and Client Profiling

  • Objective: Define what Local Profiling gives and what Local Policies are and portray the upgrades to the highlights in the most recent code modifications.

This lesson incorporates these points:

Nearby Policies and Client Profiling

  • Objective: Define what Local Profiling gives and what Local Policies are.

Nearby Profiling Enhancements

  • Objective: Describe improvements to the highlights in the most recent code amendments.

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 3: Implementing Cisco CMX Visitor Connect

  • Objective: Describe the activity and design of the CMX Visitor Connect administration, and how it interfaces with Facebook network.

This lesson incorporates these themes:

Guest Connect

  • Objective: Describe the task of the CMX Visitor Connect B2C visitor get to arrangement

Guest Connect Configuration

  • Objective: Describe the activities required to design Cisco Visitor Connect for utilize

Guided Lab 3: Implementing CMX Visitor Connect

  • Objective: Use the divert capacities of the WLC and the guest entry abilities of the MSE to actualize a fundamental enrollment B2C Guest LAN arrangement
  • Movement Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Undertaking 1: Define the Guest WLAN on the WLC
  • Undertaking 2: Define a Portal on the CMX
  • Undertaking 3: Portal Verification

Guided Lab 4: Implementing Social Auth CMX Visitor Connect

  • Objective: Implement a fundamental B2C Guest WLAN utilizing Social Authentication to verify on the CMX benefit on the MSE.
  • Movement Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Assignment 1: Define the Guest WLAN on the WLC
  • Assignment 2: Define a Portal on the CMX
  • Assignment 3: Portal Verification

CMX Facebook Wi-Fi Overview

  • Objective: Describe the activity of the CMX Facebook Wi-Fi business-to-customer (B2C) visitor get to arrangement.

Facebook Wi-Fi Configuration

  • Objective: Describe the CMX Facebook Wi-Fi arrangement process.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 6: Wireless High Availability

  • Objective: Describe the advancement of repetition incorporated with the Cisco Unified Wireless Network design, and how it has developed over late years.

Lesson 1: Describing Wireless High Availability

  • Objective: Describe the advancement of repetition incorporated with the Cisco Unified Wireless Network engineering.

This lesson incorporates these subjects:

Essential High Availability

  • Objective: Describe essential WLC repetition and failover ideas.

The Initial WLC High Availability Mechanisms

  • Objective: Describes the high accessibility systems accessible for the WLC before code rendition 7.3.

AP Failover Process

  • Objective: Describes the AP failover process and how to make this a deterministic procedure as opposed to a dynamic one by arranging the failover need for APs

Starting High Availability Improvements

  • Objective: Describes the HA highlights presented with the WLC code form 7.3.

HA Continues To Improve

  • Objective: Describes the HA highlights presented in the WLC code adaptations 7.4 and 7.5.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Enhancing Wireless High Availability

  • Objective: Provides a clarification of the current improvements made to Cisco High Availability.

This lesson incorporates these themes:

The Latest HA Enhancements

  • Objective: Describes the HA highlights and changes presented in WLC code rendition 8.0.

The Latest HA Enhancements

  • Objective: Describes the HA highlights presented in 8.1 form pf the WLC code.

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 7: Implementing IPv6 Support

  • Objective: Provides direction on actualizing support for IPv6 in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network condition.

Lesson 1: Configuring Clients for IPv6

  • Objective: Describes how IPv6 can be actualized in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network condition.

This lesson incorporates these points:

IPv6 Support

  • Objective: Introduce IPv6 activity

IPv6 Support in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network Environment before WLC code adaptation 8.0

  • Objective: Describe the development of IPv6 bolster in the Cisco WLC from its presentation through controller code adaptation 7.6

Ensuring an IPv6 Network

  • Objective: Describe the extra advances which can be taken to shield the system from conceivable interruption by the expansion of new customer composes.

Enhancing the productivity of an IPv6 organize

  • Objective: Describe the highlights added to take out pointless activity lessens CPU use and gives more prominent system effectiveness

Cisco WLC Configuration to Support IPv6 Clients

  • Objective: Describe how to design the Cisco WLC for effective help of IPv6 customers

Guided Lab 5: Configuring IPv6

  • Objective: Configure IPv6 on the WLC and test network to your WLC utilizing ping and a web program.
  • Action Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Assignment 1: Configure IPv6 on your WLC
  • Errand 2: Check IPv6 on your Class Laptop
  • Errand 3: Test IPv6 Connectivity

Synopsis

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Lesson 2: Configuring the Infrastructure for IPv6

  • Objective: Describe how IPv6 can be actualized in a controller-based organization.

This lesson incorporates these points:

IPv6 Support for Infrastructure Connections

  • Objective: Describe how WLC code variant 8.0 upgrades IPv6 bolster by enabling the remote system foundation to use IPv6 tending to

Guided Lab 6: IPv6 First Hop Security Configuration (Optional)

  • Objective: To arrange IPv6 bolster for your remote customers in the most ideal and secure way Required Resources
  • Action Objective
  • Required Resources
  • Assignment 1: Configure IPv6 on your WLC

Outline

  • Objective: Summarizes the key focuses that were talked about in this lesson.

Module 8: Appendix

  • Objective: The material in the addendum is for reference just and isn't planned to be canvassed in class. Or maybe they are to give the educator a prepared wellspring of materials they may indicate an understudy for data on these Service Provider driven abilities.

Lesson 1: Service Provider and PMIPv6 This lesson incorporates these subjects:

  • SP Features ? CAPWAP Data Tunnel Keep-Alive Support
  • SP Features ? CAPWAP PPoE Client on FlexConnect
  • HTTPS Support for WebAuth
  • Sweep Selection by REALM
  • DHCP Relay alternative 151 and 152
  • QinQ Tagging
  • PMIPv6
  • PMIPv6 Integration Deployment Model
  • PMIPv6 on 8.0
  • 8.1 EoGRE

Lab Outline

  • Lab 1-1 Connecting to the remote labs
  • Lab 2-1: Monitoring WLC QoS on the Switch Infrastructure (Optional)
  • Lab 3-1: Implementing CMX Visitor Connect
  • Lab 3-2: Implementing Social Auth Visitor Connect
  • Lab 4-1 Configuring IPv6
  • Lab 4-2: IPv6 First Hop Security Configuration (Optional)

Prerequisites

The information and abilities that a student must have before going to this course are as per the following:

  • Cisco CCNA or equal work involvement
  • Nature with Microsoft Windows and Windows organizing
  • Earlier fruition of the Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials eLearning course.

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