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Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks WIDESIGN v1.1

Course Overview

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

  • After finishing this course, you will have the capacity to meet these targets:
  • Decide client Wi-Fi configuration process
  • Plan for information scope
  • Plan for voice and continuous applications
  • Plan for area and Cisco CMX
  • Outline for Wi-Fi past the undertaking grounds
  • Depict how to direct a site overview

Prerequisites

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

  • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
  • Executing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals (WIFUND)
  • It is likewise suggested that students considered for this preparation have a fundamental learning of the accompanying:
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • Cisco Identity Services Engine
  • Metageek Channelizer Software
  • Voice Signaling Protocol
  • Essential QoS
  • Application Visibility and Control
  • LAN exchanging

Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks WIDESIGN v1.1

Course Outline

Module 1: Determine Customer Wi-Fi Design Process

  • Lesson 1: Determining Customer Design Technical and Business
  • Depict New and Upgrade Designs
  • New Designs: Effect on Parallel Design
  • Update Designs
  • Update Designs: Customer RF Issues
  • Distinguish Customer Key Stakeholders and Decision Makers and Their Effect on the Design
  • Why Wi-Fi?
  • Versatility: A Company-Wide Project
  • Deciding Project Teams
  • Distinguish Stakeholders
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Determining the Type of Wireless Design
  • Depict Wi-Fi Design
  • Diagram of PPDIOO
  • Remote Network Design Resources
  • Cisco Validated Designs
  • Cisco SRND Guides
  • Organization and Configuration Guides for Wireless LAN Solutions and Products
  • Wi-Fi Site Survey Types
  • Prescient Site Surveys
  • Predeployment Site Surveys
  • Postdeployment Site Surveys
  • Depict Basic Data Coverage
  • From Coverage to Capacity
  • Information Only Design
  • Development of Wireless Networking
  • Current State of 2.4-GHz Spectrum
  • Current State of the 5-GHz Spectrum in the United States
  • Remote Performance
  • Developing Workspace
  • From Data and Email to Pervasive Applications
  • Application-Oriented RF Design
  • TCP-Based Applications
  • UDP-Based Applications
  • System Oriented Applications
  • Broadcast appointment Fairness
  • Rate-Shifting Boundaries
  • Client Device Requirements
  • Depict Real-Time Applications
  • Developing Trends in Mobile Devices
  • More Wireless Devices Per User
  • Developing User Experience
  • VoIP Applications
  • VoIP over Wireless Data Flow
  • Deferral and Jitter
  • Video Applications
  • Depict Location Coverage
  • Depict Outdoor Wireless
  • Remote Outdoor for Campuses or Municipalities
  • Depict Wireless Mesh
  • Work Components
  • Remote Mesh Network Backbone Architecture (Backhaul)
  • Depict High-Density Wireless
  • More Wireless Users per Network
  • Depict IoE and IoT
  • IoT Protocols
  • What Is the IoE?
  • Web of Everything
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Gathering Existing Documentation and Important Information
  • Portray Current and Expected Network Topologies and Equipment
  • Wired Requirements for Wireless Infrastructure
  • Power
  • Portray Buildings and Floor Plans for All Areas
  • Tasteful Requirements
  • Building Material Attenuation
  • Undertaking Campus Network
  • Building Floor Plan
  • Multifloor Environment
  • Portray Safety Considerations, Access, and Environmental Factors
  • Open air RF Awareness
  • Stepping stool Safety
  • Ethereal Lift Safety
  • Assembling
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Refineries
  • Rail Yards
  • RF Hazard Awareness
  • Dangerous Areas Are Posted
  • Individual RF Monitors
  • Wellbeing Agencies
  • Venture Safety
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Meeting with the Customer
  • Accumulate Initial Business and Technical Information
  • Client Meeting
  • Wi-Fi Device Support
  • Required Documentation
  • Survey (Application-Related)
  • Application Requirements
  • Survey (Coverage-Related)
  • Survey (Site-Related)
  • Pre-Survey Specification Document
  • Pre-Survey Customer Requirement Questionnaire
  • Proclamation of Work
  • Portray an Initial Site Walkthrough
  • Strolling Through the Facility
  • Open air Environment
  • Indoor Building Characteristics
  • Oversee Difficult Areas: Access Schedule
  • Oversee Difficult Areas: Access Requirements
  • Oversee Difficult Areas: Public Safety
  • Oversee Difficult Areas: Hard-to-Reach Areas
  • Oversee Difficult Areas: Document
  • Depict a Predeployment Site Survey
  • Pre-Site Survey Questionnaire
  • Acquire Floor Plans Prior to Survey
  • Site Survey Types
  • Prescient Site Surveys
  • Predeployment Site Surveys
  • Latent versus Dynamic Site Surveys
  • Prerequisite for a Site Survey
  • Site Survey and Design Challenges (Coverage)
  • Site Survey and Design Challenges (Open Spaces)
  • Site Survey and Design Challenges (High Ceilings)
  • Site Survey and Design Challenges (Roaming)
  • Depict Site Survey Deliverables
  • Site Survey Report
  • Depict the Postdeployment Site Survey
  • Contextual analysis 1: Project Kickoff
  • Movement 1: Case Study 1: Project Kickoff
  • Test

Module 2: Design for Data Coverage

  • Lesson 1: Describing Common Business and Technical Drivers
  • Depict Education Drivers
  • Training
  • Depict Retail Drivers
  • Remote in Retail
  • Depict Hospitality and Travel Drivers
  • Inns and Hospitality
  • Hotspots
  • Accommodation Today
  • Transportation and Travel
  • Depict Healthcare Drivers
  • Medicinal services
  • Depict Manufacturing and Warehouse Drivers
  • Assembling
  • Warehousing
  • New Warehouse
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Depict Associated Standards and Capabilities
  • Wi-Fi Standards and Amendments
  • 802.11ac: The Next Evolution
  • Development to MIMO Technology
  • MIMO Uses Advanced Signal Techniques
  • Spatial Stream Usage in 802.11ac
  • Macintosh Layer Enhancements
  • 802.11 Amendments
  • Administration Protocols Defined by 802.11
  • Depict Cisco Features
  • Cisco CleanAir
  • Cisco Wireless ClientLink
  • Cisco BandSelect
  • Cisco VideoStream
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Evolution and Key Features
  • Controllers: High Availability
  • High Availability Development Through Cisco WLC Software Version 8.0
  • Bonjour
  • Bonjour is mDNS with DNS Service Discovery
  • Bonjour Policy Example for Education
  • Application Visibility and Control
  • AAA AVC Profile Override for Clients
  • Granular Policy for AVC: Use Cases
  • Multicast Feature
  • PoE
  • Depict Cisco Products
  • Cisco Aironet n and air conditioning AP Comparison
  • Cisco and Meraki AP Comparison
  • Open air and Industrial Access Points Portfolio Comparison
  • Cisco WLAN Controller Portfolio
  • Cisco Converged Access Portfolio Leadership
  • Cisco WLC Comparison
  • Controller Licensing
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure Licensing Options
  • Ideal to Use Licensing
  • Cisco License Manager
  • Depict Cisco AirOS and Cisco IOS Considerations
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Planning and Designing for RF
  • Depict Wireless Data Network Considerations
  • Comprehend the Network Requirements
  • Depict AP Placement
  • Legitimate AP Placement
  • AP Placement and Roaming
  • Divider Mounted AP with Internal Antennas
  • Divider Mounting Cisco Aironet AP 3500e, 2700e, and 3700e Access Points
  • Mounting APs on a Ceiling
  • Mounting Above the Ceiling
  • Mounting APs in Stadiums and Harsh Environments
  • Mounting APs for High-Density Environments
  • Clarify Antenna Selection and RF Propagation
  • Reception apparatus Types
  • Reception apparatus RF Characteristics
  • Clarify Signal Planning
  • AP and Client Power Levels
  • Power Levels and Client Density
  • Flag Power versus Scope
  • Cell Size Depends on Protocol and Rates
  • Cell Overlap for Data
  • Building Example with Few Floors (Capacity)
  • AP Density Guidelines
  • Flag Power versus Scope
  • RRM Technology
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions: AP-Specified Max Power
  • Endeavor WLAN Coverage and Capacity
  • Depict SSID and Channel Design
  • Division of the Wireless Network by SSID
  • Building up a SSID Design Plan
  • WLAN Support Requirements
  • Channel Availability, Capacity, and Cochannel Interference
  • 2.4-GHz Network Design
  • 5-GHz Network Design
  • 802.11ac Channel and Enhancements
  • 802.11ac Channel Design
  • Channel Selection Best Practice
  • Depict Roaming
  • Checking for a New AP
  • Outlining the Roaming Path
  • Self-sufficient AP Roaming
  • Meandering on FlexConnect APs
  • Meandering Requirements
  • Customer Roaming Within a Subnetwork
  • Layer 3 Intercontroller Roaming
  • Versatility Group and Mobility Domain
  • Bound together Wireless: POP and POA
  • Bound together Wireless Traffic Flow: Layer 3 Roaming
  • Concentrated Mode Roaming Design Considerations
  • Focalized Access Roaming Model
  • Focalized Access Traffic Flow
  • Focalized Access Traffic Flow and Roaming: Single Cisco Catalyst 3850 Stack
  • Focalized Access Traffic Flow: Layer 2 and Layer 3 Roam (Within SPG)
  • Focalized Access Traffic Flow: Layer 2 and Layer 3 Roam (Across SPGs)
  • Focalized Access Roaming Design Considerations
  • Focalized Access: Scaling Higher
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Scanning
  • Customer Roaming with Cisco CKM
  • Customer Roaming with 802.11k
  • Contemplations for Roaming Optimization
  • Depict Guest Access
  • Visitor Access Concerns
  • Development of Network Access: Age of the Unified Access Network
  • Prerequisites for Secure Guest Access
  • Auto Anchor
  • Evaluate Difficult Areas and Mitigate Interference
  • Basic Issues and Concerns for Difficult Coverage Areas
  • AP Placement and RF Design for Difficult Coverage Areas: Repurposed Rooms
  • AP Placement and RF Design for Difficult Coverage Areas: Elevators
  • AP Placement and RF Design for Difficult Coverage Areas: Warehouse
  • AP Placement and RF Design for Difficult Coverage Areas: Manufacturing
  • Electromagnetic Interference
  • Radio Resource Management
  • How Does RRM Do This?
  • Cisco CleanAir: Self-Healing and Optimizing
  • Cisco CleanAir Components
  • Cisco ClientLink Technology Advantage
  • Cisco ClientLink: Reduced Coverage Holes
  • Cisco BandSelect Technology
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Describing Deployment Models
  • Portray Autonomous AP Deployments
  • Self-governing APs
  • Self-governing AP Options
  • Where and When to Use Autonomous APs
  • Constraints of a Standalone AP Design
  • Normal RF Parameters
  • Self-governing AP Traffic Flow
  • AP Upgrade and Conversion Tools
  • Portray Centralized Cisco WLC
  • Unified Architecture
  • Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points
  • Activity Load Considerations
  • Where and When to Use Centralized Architecture
  • Wi-Fi Design Depends on Customer Requirements
  • Portray FlexConnect Design
  • Imperative Concepts
  • FlexConnect Operation Modes
  • FlexConnect Benefits
  • Where and When to Use FlexConnect
  • FlexConnect Design Considerations
  • Depict Converged Access
  • Merged Access Deployment Overview
  • CA Topologies: SOHO, Small Branch
  • CA Topologies: Large Branch
  • CA Topologies: Large Branch, Campus
  • Depict the Cloud Managed Solution
  • Cloud Managed Solution Benefits
  • Cloud Managed Solution: Limitations
  • Cloud Managed Solution: When and Where to Use Cisco Meraki Products
  • Test
  • Lesson 5: Describing Campus Considerations
  • Portray Wiring Closet Considerations
  • Current Implementations
  • Effect of Adopting Newer PoE Capabilities
  • Power Draw of Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points
  • Cisco Switches Ready for 802.11ac
  • Cisco Aironet 3700 Series Access Points: Access Layer Switches
  • Cisco Aironet 2700 Series Access Points: Power Requirements
  • Portray Uplink and Campus Bandwidth Capacity
  • Effect of Bandwidth Requirements on Campus Design
  • Data transfer capacity and Cabling Considerations for a Campus Design
  • 802.11ac Cabling: Guiding Principle
  • Consider Switch Upgrades to Support the Design
  • Depict Redundancy and High Availability
  • High Availability Switch Best Practices
  • Power Redundancy: Cisco StackPower
  • Cisco StackWise Technology
  • Controller Redundancy: Dynamic versus Deterministic
  • Controller Redundancy: Most Common (N+1)
  • Wi-Fi High Availability with Cisco WLC SSO
  • AP and Client SSO: Better Resiliency, Better TCO
  • IPv6 Enhancements
  • Portray Multicast and mDNS
  • Plan Considerations and Best Practices for mDNS
  • Portray Security Considerations
  • Remote Threats
  • Extra Security Challenges
  • Approach Based Access
  • Contextual investigation 2: Base Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Action 1: Case Study 2: Base Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Test

Module 3: Design for Voice and Real-Time Applications

  • Lesson 1: Describing Common Business and Technical Drivers
  • Portray Verticals and Real-Time Applications
  • AAA AVC Profile Override for Clients
  • Human services
  • Granular Policy for WLAN: Use Cases
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Portray IEEE 802.11 Standards and Capabilities
  • 802.11v Is Key in Voice Enterprise
  • Portray Cisco Features That Expand IEEE 802.11 Efficiency
  • 802.11v Support: Apple
  • 802.11v Support: Apple DMS
  • 802.11v Support: Apple BSS Max Idle Period
  • Multicast Optimization for VLAN Pooling
  • Multicast Optimization for VLAN Pooling
  • Multicast Video Delivery Challenges
  • Multicast Video Broadcast: Effect on the AP Channel
  • Advancing Need for Video over WLAN
  • Video Applications: Increasingly Integrated into the Business Process
  • Contrasts Between Wi-Fi and Wired LAN
  • Cisco Solutions for Business Video
  • VideoStream Systemwide Features
  • Portray the Cisco AP and WLC Portfolio
  • Parameters Affecting Voice and Video Quality
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Describing RF Planning and Design
  • Portray Antenna Selection and RF Propagation
  • VoWLAN 5 GHz
  • More Channels: 25 altogether
  • Reviews for 802.11n Video-Enabled Devices
  • Portray Signal Planning
  • 802.11n/air conditioning Wireless Deployment Guidelines Capacity and Performance from Wireless
  • Portray SSID and Channel Design
  • Portray Roaming Considerations
  • Run of the mill Scanning Behavior
  • IEEE 802.11k: Radio Resource Management
  • IEEE 802.11v: Wireless Network Management
  • Wandering on FlexConnect APs
  • IEEE 802.11r: Fast BSS Transition
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Describing Cisco AVC and QoS
  • Characterize Wi-Fi QoS Capabilities and Considerations
  • VoIP over Wireless
  • Postponement and Jitter
  • VoIP Requires a More Robust Wireless Network
  • AP Antenna Selection
  • QoS Overview
  • Why QoS?
  • 802.11e WMM Traffic Categories
  • 802.11e WMM
  • QoS Packet Marking Mappings
  • System QoS Markings: Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • QoS Downstream: Wired Client to WLC to AP, Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • QoS Downstream: AP to Wireless Client, Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • QoS Upstream: Wireless Client to AP, Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • QoS Upstream: AP to Controller, Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • System QoS Markings: Gold Profile, "confide in cos"
  • System QoS Markings: Gold Profile, "trust-dscp"
  • System QoS Markings: Gold Profile, "trust-dscp"
  • Characterize Cisco AVC
  • System Based Application Recognition 2
  • NetFlow Collects IP Traffic Information
  • Recognizing Supported Applications
  • NetFlow Integration: Define an Exporter
  • NetFlow Integration: Identify the Monitor
  • AVC Protocol Pack 9.0 in Cisco UWN Release 8.0
  • Controlling Applications: Create AVC Profile
  • Controlling Applications: Apply a Profile
  • AAA AVC Profile Override for Clients
  • Granular Policy for AVC: Use Cases
  • AVC Per-Application Per-Client Rate Limiting on WLAN
  • AVC Directional QoS DSCP Marking
  • AVC Per-Application Per-Client Rate Limiting on WLAN
  • Portray Design Recommendations
  • Presenting Alloy QoS
  • QoS Default Priority Values
  • Contextual investigation 3: Voice and Real-Time Application Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Action 1: Case Study 3: Voice and Real-Time Application Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Test

Module 4: Design for Location and Cisco CMX

  • Lesson 1: Describing Common Business and Technical Drivers
  • Portray the BYOD Market
  • Cisco CMX Overview
  • Cisco CMX Analytics
  • Depict BYOD in Education
  • Training Scenario
  • Depict Cisco CMX in Retail
  • Cisco CMX in Retail
  • Depict Cisco CMX in Hospitality and Travel
  • Cisco CMX in Hospitality
  • Depict Wireless Systems in Healthcare
  • Remote Medical Telemetry Service
  • BYOD in Healthcare
  • Cisco CMX in Healthcare
  • Depict Cisco CMX in Manufacturing
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Depict Associated Standards and Capabilities
  • Cell of Origin
  • Separation Based Location Techniques
  • Point Based Location Techniques
  • Example Recognition
  • RF Fingerprinting
  • Elements Affecting Location Accuracy
  • Customer Probing
  • Area Currency
  • Add up to Location Error
  • Portray Cisco Features
  • Empowering Cisco CMX Location Analysis
  • Finding Relevant Content
  • Accomplice Ecosystem
  • Examination
  • Custom Analysis Capabilities Via API
  • Portable Concierge
  • Three Methods of User Engagement
  • Examination
  • Custom Analysis Capabilities Via API
  • Portray Cisco Products
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Describing RF Planning and Design
  • Portray AP Placement
  • AP Placement Considerations
  • What Makes a Position Locatable?
  • Least Device Tracking Requirements
  • Connection Between RSSI and Distance
  • Area Aware AP Deployment
  • Expected Accuracy Examples
  • AP Deployment Considerations
  • Area, Voice, Video, and Data Coexistence
  • Portray Signal Planning
  • Best Practices
  • AP Positioning Errors
  • Decreasing RF Uncertainty
  • Portray Guest Access
  • Area Specific Guest Access
  • Cisco CMX Visitor Connect
  • Cisco CMX Facebook Wi-Fi
  • Web Pass-Through WLAN Required
  • Cisco CMX Guest Onboarding Capacity Guidelines
  • Depict Uplink and Bandwidth Capacity
  • Adaptable Cisco MSE Deployment Options
  • Colocated Architecture
  • Incompletely Distributed Architectural Concerns
  • Completely Distributed Architectural Concerns
  • Cisco CMX Dimensioning Calculator (Cisco CMX Release 8.0)
  • Utilizing the Cisco CMX Dimensioning Calculator
  • Cisco CMX Dimensioning Calculator Demonstration
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Cisco CMX Ecosystem Analytics and Development
  • Characterize Cisco CMX Components
  • Programming Requirements
  • Cisco MSE and Cisco CMX Licensing Is Per AP
  • Cisco CMX License
  • Cisco CMX Licensing
  • Depict Common Challenges and Solutions
  • Customer Behavior Affects Frequency of Location Calculations
  • Customer Mix Determines Number of Location Calculations Per Second
  • Effect of Movement on Cisco MSE Scaling
  • Versatility with a Move Rate of More Than 3 Percent
  • Prescribed Best Practices for Scaling with a Large Number of Mobile Clients
  • Cisco Wi-Fi-Based Location Process
  • Area Using Mobile Device Probing Is Delivering Diminishing Returns
  • Including More Opportunities
  • Favorable position of Packet RSSI Location
  • FastLocate in Operation
  • Piece Acknowledgment Request
  • FastLocate Scanning Cycle
  • Arrangement Restrictions
  • Contextual investigation 4: Location and Cisco CMX Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Action 1: Case Study 4: Location and Cisco CMX Wi-Fi Design Recommendations
  • Test

Module 5: Design for Wi-Fi Beyond the Enterprise Campus

  • Lesson 1: Describing Common Business and Technical Drivers
  • Portray Outdoor Environments
  • Remote Outdoors for Campuses or Municipalities
  • Transportation
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Portray Outdoor Networks
  • Building and Foliage Losses
  • Multipath Environment
  • Run of the mill Delay Spread Values
  • Outside Interference Sources
  • Viewable pathway Transmissions
  • Fresnel Zone Clearance
  • LOS Path Clearance
  • Road Lamps and Traffic Lights
  • Portray Mesh
  • Cisco Unified Wireless Solution
  • Remote Mesh Networking
  • Controller Intelligence
  • Including Capacity and Services
  • Work Benefits
  • AP Operation Mode
  • Various Radios for Wireless Backhaul and Access
  • Double Radio Mesh
  • Single-Radio Mesh
  • Making the Mesh
  • Foundation Scanning
  • Keeping up the Mesh Cloud
  • Work Backhaul Security
  • Parent-Child Relationship
  • Extension Group Names
  • AWPP Scanning with 802.11h
  • Radar Interference Overview
  • Speeds and Distances
  • Indoor Mesh Environment
  • Indoor Mesh Environment 802.11n
  • Open air Mesh Environment
  • Data transmission and Number of Hops
  • Understanding RAP Coverage Areas
  • Down to earth Mesh Coverage Models
  • Customer Backhaul Access
  • Optional Backhaul
  • Portray High Density
  • Address Hall
  • Customer Density
  • Obligation Cycle and Spectrum Capacity
  • Channel Efficiency
  • Each SSID Counts
  • Computing Capacity
  • Normal Throughput by Protocol
  • Which Protocols Should Be Supported?
  • The amount Bandwidth Will a Cell Provide?
  • Nearer AP Proximity Brings Increased Interference
  • Rate versus Range
  • 2.4 GHz Is More Susceptible to CCI
  • 5 GHz Provides Increased Channel Availability
  • Finding the Number of Channels and Cells Needed
  • RF Spectrum Is a Finite Resource
  • Enhanced Roaming and RX-SOP Design
  • RX-SOP: Some Background
  • RX-SOP: What Is It?
  • RX-SOP: Why Use It?
  • Enhanced Roaming
  • Enhanced Roaming Configuration
  • Enhanced Roaming Logic
  • Enhanced Roaming and Low RSSI: 6 dB Hysteresis
  • Multicast Feature
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Describing RF Planning and Design
  • Depict AP Placement
  • Giving Maximum Capacity
  • Work Point Count Based on Client Data Rate
  • Between AP Typical Distances
  • Displaying Wi-Fi Mesh Coverage: Survey Tools
  • Work AP Mounting Locations
  • Neighborhood Power versus PoE
  • Open air Environmental Options
  • Lightning Damage
  • Mounting Antennas
  • Housetop Antenna Mounting: First Fresnel Zone Clearance
  • Radio wire Colocation: Performance Implications
  • Least Recommended Horizontal Separation
  • Least Recommended Vertical Separation
  • Cases of Good Implement

Module 6: Conduct a Site Survey

  • Lesson 1: Describing Access and Safety Concerns
  • Portray Building Access
  • Site Visits versus Site Surveys
  • Building Access
  • Limited Areas
  • Building Construction Consideration
  • Portray Safety Regulations
  • Word related Safety and Health Administration and National Electric Code
  • Substantial Machinery
  • Open air RF Awareness
  • Depict Regulatory Compliance
  • Administrative Bodies
  • 2.4-Ghz Channels
  • 2.4-Ghz DSSS versus OFDM Spectral Mask
  • 2.4-Ghz Three or Four Channels
  • FCC Part 15 Antenna Requirements
  • Intensifiers
  • Lifts
  • FCC Regulations for Towers
  • FAA: Considerations
  • Administrative Domains
  • Cisco Universal APs and AirProvision
  • Test
  • Lesson 2: Describing the Initial Evaluation
  • Dissect Gathered Documents
  • Deciding Project Team
  • Client Questionnaires
  • Depict the Site Walk-Through
  • Stylish Requirements
  • Venture Campus Network
  • Building Floor Plan
  • Ecological Factors
  • Wired Requirements for Wireless Infrastructure
  • Checking on Customer Network Architecture
  • Control over Ethernet
  • Depict RF Spot Checks
  • Basic Tools Used for RF Spot Checks
  • Propelled Tools Used for RF Spot Check
  • Depict Traditional Approaches
  • Site Survey Today versus Five Years Ago
  • Customary Approach: Predeployment Site Survey
  • AP-on-a-Stick
  • Unpredictable Method
  • Test
  • Lesson 3: Describing Predictive Planning
  • Depict the Purpose of Predictive RF Planning and Its Tools
  • Utilizing Predictive Site Surveys
  • Building Material Attenuation
  • Cisco Predictive Design Tools
  • Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner
  • Cisco RF Planning Tool in Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure RF Planning
  • Outsider Tools
  • Ekahau Site Survey Pro
  • Make the Initial BOM, Proposal, and Quote
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure Planner Reporting
  • Ekahau Site Survey Pro Reporting
  • MetaGeek Chanalyzer Reporting
  • Utilizing Reports to Build a Customer Deliverable
  • Utilize the Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner
  • Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner: Quote Builder
  • Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner: BOM Generation
  • Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner: Project Next Steps
  • Cisco RF Wi-Fi Planner: Proposal Template
  • Notes About Predictive Quotes and Proposals
  • Depict RF Planning with Predictive Tools
  • RF Planning with Predictive Tools
  • Adjusting the Predictive Plan
  • Analyze Scenarios with Predictive Site Survey Tools
  • Prescribe an On-Site Survey
  • Test
  • Lesson 4: Describing the In-Depth Site Survey
  • Depict the Site Survey Tool Landscape
  • Latent versus Dynamic Site Surveys
  • WLAN versus Study versus Range Adapters
  • Range Analysis
  • Site Survey with Ekahau Site Survey Pro
  • Depict Cisco Prime Infrastructure Capabilities
  • What Is Cisco AVC
  • What Is an Application?
  • Gathering Applications for Reporting and Classification
  • Building Performance Monitoring
  • AVC Configuration in Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • AVC Configuration: Cisco Prime Infrastructure AVC One-Click
  • Cisco Prime Infrastructure Chart Information in GUI
  • Portray the Ekahau Site Survey Tool
  • Ekahau Site Survey Pro Coverage Requirements
  • Ekahau Site Survey Pro Capacity Requirements
  • Ekahau Site Survey Pro Auto-Planner (Predictive)
  • Exploring Ekahau Site Survey Planner
  • Portray Ekahau Survey Mode
  • Unpredictable Method
  • Constant Survey Method
  • Ekahau Site Survey Continuous Survey
  • Portray Spectrum Analysis Tools
  • RF Spectrum Analysis: Cisco Spectrum Expert
  • MetaGeek Chanalyzer
  • MetaGeek Chanalyzer in Cisco CleanAir Mode
  • MetaGeek Chanalyzer
  • Test
  • Lesson 5: Describing the Postdeployment Survey
  • Portray the Postdeployment Survey
  • Postdeployment Survey Steps
  • Approval Survey: Client Devices
  • Postdeployment Survey Types
  • Postdeployment Survey: Ekahau Site Survey
  • Dynamic Survey: ICMP versus iPerf
  • Approving Project Requirements
  • Ekahau Survey Inspector
  • Ekahau Hybrid Survey Details
  • Get ready Recommendations and Adjustments
  • Ekahau Site Survey Maps to Analyze Results: Visualizations
  • Application Performance Validation
  • Archive the Final Design
  • Suggest Management Tools for Ongoing RF Analysis
  • Revelation 1: Estimating the Number of APs Using Cisco Prime Infrastructure as a Planning Tool
  • Errand 1: Connect to Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • Errand 2: Import Maps into Cisco WCS
  • Errand 3: Create a Coverage Area
  • Errand 4: Create a Proposal
  • Revelation 2: Conducting a Predictive Site Survey with Ekahau Site Survey Pro
  • Errand 1: Run Ekahau Site Survey Pro Software
  • Revelation 3: Simulating a Layer 1 Sweep with Cisco Spectrum Expert
  • Errand 1: Configure the AP in SE-Connect Mode
  • Errand 2: Start Cisco Spectrum Expert Software
  • Errand 3: View and Interpret Cisco Spectrum Expert
  • Revelation 4: Simulating a Layer 1 Sweep with Metageek Chanalyzer
  • Errand 1: Configure an AP for Spectrum Expert AP (SE) method of task
  • Errand 2: Configure Metageek Chanalyzer - Spectrum Analyzer programming
  • Errand 3: Analyze RF catch data into metageek Chanalyzer - range analyzer programming
  • Contextual investigation 6: After Implementation
  • Action 1: Case Study 6: After Implementation
  • Test

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