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CCNA Wireless
WLAN RF principles WLAN technologies and topologies
Characteristics of Wireless Networks
Wavelength
Frequency
Amplitude
Isotropic Radiated Power
Influences on Wireless Transmissions
Free Path Loss Model
Absorption
Reflection
Multipath
Scattering
Refraction
Line of Sight
Determining Signal Strength Influences
The Fresnel Zone
Received Signal Strength Indicator
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Antennae concepts
Principles of Antennas
Polarization
Diversity
Common Antenna Types
Omnidirectional Antennas
Directional Antennas
Antenna Connectors and Hardware
Attenuators
Amplifiers
Lightning Arrestors
Splitters
Wireless media access
Wireless Frame Transmission
Wireless Frame Types
Sending a Frame
Wireless Frame Headers
Frame Types
Management Frames
Control Frames
Power Save Mode and Frame Types
Frame Speeds
A Wireless Connection
Cisco Unified Wireless Networks basic architecture
The Need for Centralized Control
The Cisco Solution
APs in the CUWN
WLCs in the CUWN
Cisco Controllers
Supporting Multiple Networks
The CUWN Architecture
Client Devices
Access Points
AP 1130AG
AP 1240AG
AP 1250 Series AP
AP 1300 Series AP/Bridge
AP 1400 Series Wireless Bridge
Wireless LAN Controllers
The Cisco 44xx Series WLC
The 3750-G WLC
The Cisco 2106 WLC
The Cisco WLCM
Wireless Network Management
Migrating standalone AP to LWAPP
Controller Terminology
Dynamic Interfaces
Static Interfaces
Connecting to the Controller
Controller Boot Sequence
Performing Initial CLI Configurations
Performing Initial Web Configurations
Navigating the Web Interface of the Controller
Configuring the Controller Using the Web Interface
Building the Controller Interface
Creating the WLAN and Tying It to the Interface
Modifying the Security Settings
Naming Access Points
Restricting Access to Access Points
Summary of Controller Configuration Using the Web Interface
Monitoring with the Controller
General Monitoring
Managing Rogue APs
Managing Clients
Using Internal DHCP
Troubleshooting wireless networks
Physical Connections and LEDs
Common Client-Side Issues
Using the CLI to Troubleshoot
Using the Controller Interface
Using the Controller Logs
Using SNMP
Configuring the Community Strings
Using the Cisco Spectrum Expert
 
General Wireless Topologies
Wireless PAN
Wireless LAN
Wireless MAN
Wireless WAN
802.11 Topologies
Ad Hoc Networks
Network Infrastructure Mode
SSID’s
Vendor-Specific Topology Extensions
Workgroup Bridges
Repeaters
Outdoor Wireless Bridges
Outdoor Mesh Networks
802.11 protocols
802.11 Protocol Family Overview
Original 802.11 Protocols
802.11b Protocol
802.11g Protocol
802.11g Interacts with 802.11b
802.11a Protocol
802.11a Power Requirements
802.11n Protocol
Sending Frames
Antenna Considerations
Exam Preparation Tasks
Cordless Phones
Bluetooth
ZigBee
WiMax
Other Types of Interference
Wired to wireless network packet delivery
The Wireless Network
The Association Process
Sending to a Host on another Subnet
Using VLANs to Add Control
VLAN Membership Modes
Configuring VLANs and Trunks
Creating VLANs
Assigning Ports to a VLAN
Creating Trunk Ports
Controller discovery, association, and configuration
Understanding the Different LWAPP Modes
LWAPP Layer 2 Transport Mode
LWAPP Layer 3 Transport Mode
How an LWAPP AP Discovers a Controller
How an LWAPP AP Chooses a Controller and Joins It
How an LWAPP AP Receives Its Configuration
Redundancy for APs and Controllers
The AP Is Joined, Now What?
Local Mode
Monitor Mode
Sniffer Mode
Rogue Detection Mode
H-REAP Mode
Bridge Mode
Adding mobility with roaming
Understanding Roaming
Understanding Mobility Groups
Types of Roaming
The Layer 2 Roaming Process
The Layer 3 Roaming Process
Mobility Express architecture

Connecting to a Standalone AP Accessing the AP in Autonomous Mode
Using the Express Setup and Express Security for Basic Configuration
Working with the Web Interface LWAPP Conversion Utility Converting to LWAPP

Wireless clients
Small Business Communication System
Cisco 521 AP
526 Wireless Express Controller
Comparing the Cisco Mobility Express Architecture to the CUWN
Configuring the 521 AP and 526 Controller
Using the CLI to Configure the Controller
Using the Web Browser to Configure the Controller
Using the Cisco Configuration Assistant
Installing and configuring the WCS
Connect to a Wireless LAN
Configuring a Profile
Configuring a Profile
Using Linux to Connect to a Wireless LAN
Configuring a Profile
Cisco Wireless LAN Adapters
Connecting to Preferred Networks
Manually Creating a Profile
Managing Profiles
Using Diagnostic Tools
The Cisco Secure Services Client
Training Programs
 
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