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Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks WIDESIGN v1.1

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 the area and Cisco CMX

  • Outline for Wi-Fi past the undertaking grounds

  • Depict how to direct a site overview

 

 

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

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The information and aptitude 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 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


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