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CWNA Wireless Certification Training Courses

The CWNA, Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) is a introduction  level certification that teaches you the ability to administer any wireless LAN and is designed to be vendor neutral.  The CWNA certification will get you started in your wireless career by ensuring you have the skills to successfully administer enterprise-class wireless LANs.
Our CWNA certification  training courses are designed to take you through all the different  levels of  Wireless technology

  • Radio Technologies
  • Antenna Concepts
  • Wireless LAN hardware and software
  • 802.11 Network Architecture
  • Wireless LAN Security
  • Network Design Installation and Management
  • Wireless Standards 
  • How to perform site surveys
  • Troubleshooting   

Certification
Recerification is required every three years. To re-certify you must either retake the certification exam or take a certification exam from one of the higher level courses
Our Training Course Includes
Our CWNA Certified Wireless Network Adminstrator Training is  instructor-led videos with customized presentations and learning supplements to provide a total solution for your training
 
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Introduction to Wireless Technology

  • Wireless LAN Standards
  • Extending Wired LANs
  • Mobility
  • Small and Home Offices

Radio Frequency Technology

  • Gain and Reflection
  • Refraction, Diffraction and Scattering
  • VWSR
  • Antenna Line of Sight
  • Antenna Gain and EIRP
  • Gain and Loss Measurements
  • Conversion Examples
  • Radio Frequency Math
  • Watts and Decibels

Spread Spectrum Technology

  • RF Bands
  • Radio Modulation
  • Direct Sequence
  • Frequency Hopping
  • DS vs. FH
  • Channel Sets
  • Unlicensed Bands
  • Spread Spectrum

Access Points

  • Access Point Modes
  • Modular Radio Cards
  • Configuration
  • Configure Client Devices
  • Wireless Residential Gateways
  • Management
  • Setup a Client
  • Aironet Client Utility
  • Client Devices
  • Wireless Bridge Modes

Antennas

  • Omni and Semi Directional
  • Highly Directional
  • Polarization
  • Alignment and Safety
  • Gain
  • PoE Devices Accessories
  • Cables, Adapters and Testing
  • Free Space Path Loss
  • WLAN Accessories
  • Placement and Mounting

Standards

  • Industrial, Scientific and Medical
  • P2P and P2MP
  • IEEE Standards
  • Wi-Fi (802.11)
  • Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Other WLAN Organizations

Network Architecture

  • WLAN Authentication
  • Forms of Authentication
  • 802.1x and EAP
  • VPN and Service Sets
  • Roaming
  • Connectivity and Re-association
  • Using VLANS
  • Aironet Client Utility

MAC and Physical Layers

  • Collisions
  • Fragmentation
  • WLAN and Ethernet Frames
  • Coordination Function
  • Slot Times
  • Interframe Space
  • Tying it Together

Security

  • WEP Issues
  • 802.11i - WPA/2
  • Types of Attack
  • War Driving Tools
  • Encryption Suites
  • Inherent Problems
  • Security Policy
  • Wireless DMZ
  • Network Stumbler
  • Hot Spot Defense Kit
  • Configure Client Wireless Adapter from Cisco
  • Authentication Types
  • Client Defense
  • Access Point Express Setup
  • Change the Access Point Radio Channel
  • Configure the Access Point to Radius Security
  • Client Network Authentication Setup
  • Setup New Access Point FTP Filter

Site Survey

  • Preparation
  • Facility
  • Existing Network
  • Site Survey Equipment
  • Coverage
  • Documentation
  • Business Requirements
  • Throughput and Roaming
  • Course Conclusion

Troubleshooting

  • Multipath
  • Near/Far and Throughput
  • Interference
  • Hidden Node
  • Channel/Co-Channel
  • Throughput Solutions