CCNP Wireless

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CCNP Wireless

Introduction

For network engineers who need to increase their value to employers and stay current with advances in networking knowledge and skills, the cisco CCNP wireless certification program provides the education and training required for installing, monitoring, and troubleshooting network infrastructure products designed by the industry leader in IP networking.

Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless (CCNP Wireless) validates associate-level knowledge and skills to configure, implement and support of wireless LANs, specifically those networks using Cisco equipment. With a CCNP Wireless certification, network professionals can support a basic wireless network on a Cisco WLAN in a SMB to enterprise network. The CCNP Wireless curriculum includes information and practice activities to prepare them for configuring, monitoring and troubleshooting basic tasks of a Cisco WLAN in SMB and Enterprise networks. CCNP wireless training covers (but is not limited to) the use of these topics:The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Site Survey version 2.0 (CUWSS 642-732) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP certifications. The CUWSS 642-732 exam will certify that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and conduct a wireless site survey, design the RF network, and conduct a post installation assessment to ensure compliance.

Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks (IUWVN 642-742) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP. The IUWVN 642-742 exam will certify that the successful candidate has important knowledge and skills necessary to integrate VoWLAN services into the WLAN and be able to implement QoS, MPLS, and high bandwidth applications into the wireless network.

Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the IUWVN Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks course.
Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services (IUWMS 642-747) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP certification. The IUWMS 642-747 exam will certify that the successful candidate has important knowledge and skills necessary to integrate mobility services into the WLAN, to tune and troubleshoot the WLAN, and to implement indoor enterprise mesh networks.

Built on the growing need for professionals responsible for the design, implementation, security, and operation of wireless networks and mobility infrastructures, CCNP Wireless certification recognizes the critical importance of professionals who support and manage Cisco wireless LANs and networks.

Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Security (IAUWS 642-737) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP certification. The IAUWS 642-737 exam will certify that the successful candidate has important knowledge and skills necessary to secure the wireless network from security threats via appropriate security policies and best practices, to properly implement security standards, and to properly configure wireless security components. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the IAUWS Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security course.

Course Highlights

This 15 day per module (Weekdays – 2.5hrs.) OR 8-week per module (Sunday/Saturday) instructor led CCNP course is designed to provide professionals with extensive networking knowledge to accomplish their day to day job and CCNP certifications. The key to a high success rate is based on the program’s objectives as follows:

  • Assigned project manager will manage this program.  This person will drive the program from its registration stage to monitoring and tracking of the candidates’ performance.
  • Curriculum is based on course outlines defined by principle company
  • The Instructor-led certified courses is designed for the candidates with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises
  • 8 week / module or 15 days / module, of intensive training + labs design.
  • Courseware includes course kits and other reference material to enable students to prepare for certification exams
  • Optimal balance of theory classes and practical labs every week to ensure maximum absorption of technology by participants
  • Customized tests at the end of course to be attempted by every participant
  • Stringent passing standards with progress report of each participant
  • Extensive hands-on lab exercises
  • Industry Experienced Certified instructors
  • Facility of Lab on cloud available.(based on booking)
  • Repeating of lectures allowed. (based on seat availability)
  • Dedicated Monitoring to evaluate candidates’ progress
  • Course contents are based on CISCO guide lines
Course Objectives
Course Topics

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP Wireless 642-732 Course:

PREPARE FOR THE SITE SURVEY:

  • Identify customer requirements
    • Business and RF application needs (voice, data, location)
    • Industry vertical
    • Customer questionnaire
    • Identify customer facility requirements
    • Single floor
    • Multi floor
    • Campus (indoor and outdoor)
    • Warehouse
  • Obtain digital floor plans from customer
  • Identify customer requirements for type of client devices
  • Identify regulatory issues
    • Country codes (-e, -i, -a, -n)
  • Identify safety and aesthetic considerations
    • NEC ratings
    • Fire codes
    • OSHA
    • MSHA
    • Site-specific hazard awareness
  • Assess existing network infrastructure
  • Assess logistical considerations
    • Resources
    • Time
    • Access
    • Deployment requirements
  • Determine IEEE 802.11n impact on network infrastructure

PLAN FOR THE SITE SURVEY:

  • Select proper survey model
    • Data
    • Voice
    • Video
    • Location
    • Bridging (point-to-point; point-to-multipoint)
    • Hybrid
  • Determine proper deployment characteristics
    • Dense deployment
    • Highly mobile (many cells, high reliability, and fast-moving clients) versus nomadic (temporary position)
    • Indoor and outdoor mesh
    • Use predictive Cisco WCS planning tools
  • Select survey equipment
  • Determine site survey best practices for customer environment
  • Identify impact of material attenuation
  • Identify survey documentation needed for customer report

CONDUCT THE SITE SURVEY:

  • Conduct a layer 1 survey (Cisco Spectrum Expert)
  • Select proper antenna to conduct the site survey
  • Conduct the layer 2 site survey for indoor environment
    • Select proper access point to conduct the site survey (use what is purchased)
    • Configure access point
    • Survey with proper client
    • Utilize proper survey techniques
  • Conduct the layer 2 site survey for outdoor point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks
  • Conduct the layer 2 site survey for outdoor mesh network

DESIGN THE RF NETWORK:

  • Determine infrastructure requirements
    • AC power and PoE
    • Understand cable plant considerations
    • Mounting considerations: NEMA
    • Outdoor grounding and lightning protection
  • Rack capacity
  • Switch port capacity
  • Determine the AP count and subsequent controller and license requirements
  • Autonomous versus controller-based deployment
  • Generate the WLAN design documentation
  • Indoor
  • Outdoor mesh
  • Outdoor point-to-point and multipoint

CONDUCT POST-DEPLOYMENT ASSESSMENT:

  • Verify RF coverage
  • Utilize tools (for example, air magnet) for audit
  • RRM, controller, network appliance tweaks
  • Verify network applications and performance
  • Apply WCS tools (voice readiness, location readiness, site calibration)
  • Reconcile any deployment issues
  • Assemble and deliver installation report to customer

 

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP Wireless 642-742 Course

DESCRIBE AND DESIGN VOICE OVER WIRELESS ARCHITECTURE:

  • Describe voice as it applies to the wireless network
    • Components (hardware and software)
    • Call setup/data flow overview
    • Other wireless voice and video services
    • Standards (.11r, .11e, .11n, and so on)
    • Cisco Compatible Extensions (voice features)
    • WMM
    • UAPSD
    • Codecs
    • Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP)
    • SIP
  • Design wireless for voice
    • Minimum speed requirements—RSSI and SNR
    • Overlap requirements
    • Cell separations
    • Traffic separation, QoS, voice VLAN
    • Delay and jitter reqs
    • Testing tools (AirMagnet and Veriwave)
    • CAC and TSPEC
    • Spectrum
    • 802.11n
    • Wireless voice client requirements
  • Utilize other design considerations, as per the voice design guide
    • VAD
    • MOH
    • Load balancing
  • Validate wireless network design for voice readiness
    • Utilize the WCS voice readiness tool
    • Validate site survey for voice
  • Validate infrastructure requirements for end-to-end voice over wireless
    • Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
    • QoS
    • ACS
    • DHCP
  • TFTP
    • Routers
    • Security devices

IMPLEMENT VoWLAN:

  • Configure wireless client devices
    • Reference current best practice guidelines
    • Device security considerations
  • Configure the WLAN for VoWLAN
    • Implement current best practice guidelines
    • Security configurations (PEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-FAST)
    • CCKM/PKC, 802.11r
  • Troubleshoot VoWLAN implementation
    • Spectrum Expert
    • AirMagnet VoFi analyzer
    • Traffic stream metrics (TSM)
    • Incremental complexity testing

Implement QoS for Wireless Applications:

  • Describe and implement general considerations for wired QoS
    • Configurations
    • DSCP/802.1p
    • Voice VLAN
  • Describe and implement the appropriate wireless QoS deployment schemes
    • WMM
    • 802.11e
    • Mapping—wired to wireless (five and six mismatching)
  • Configure WCS/WLC for QoS
    • CAC
    • TSPEC
    • QBSS
    • Queues
    • Bandwidth reservation
    • Disable "DHCP Required"
    • Disable Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) unicast
    • Enable ARP caching
    • Cisco Identity Based Networking (IBN) services

DESCRIBE GENERAL MULTICAST CONCEPTS:

    • PIM (sparse and dense)
    • Cisco Group Management Protocol
    • IGMP snooping
    • RP
  • Describe implications for multicast in 802.11
    • Highest mandatory data rate
    • Unicast and multicast modes
    • Roaming
    • Mesh
    • Controllers having same CAPWAP multicast group
    • Video stream (reliable multicast)
  • Configure multicast in a wireless network
    • Infrastructure multicast group
    • IGMP snooping on the controller
    • Video stream (reliable multicast)
    • Mobility group multicast
  • Troubleshoot multicast in a wireless network
    • Packet captures
    • Show IPM route
    • Controller logs
    • Debugs
    • debug bcast igmp enable command
    • debug mobility multicast enable command

PREPARE THE WIRELESS NETWORK FOR VIDEO AND HIGH-BANDWIDTH APPLICATIONS:

  • Describe benefits of 802.11n for video
  • Determine bandwidth requirements for specified applications
  • Identify application-specific wireless network requirements
    • WLC to wired network
    • Multicast for wireless video
    • Wireless security cameras
    • Real-time video streaming and video conferencing

 
Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP Wireless 642-747 Course:

IMPLEMENT LOCATION-BASED SERVICES:

  • Describe the impact of distributed antenna systems (DAS) for location-based services
  • Tracking mobile clients
    • Active RFID tag
    • Wi-Fi devices
    • Active interferers
  • Describe the applications of RFID, chokepoint, and TDoA tags
    • Compare and contrast Cisco WCS and third-party applications
  • Calibrate RSSI for the Cisco and third-party implementation
  • Configure, generate, and interpret location and event notifications
  • Configure and tune the mobility services engine (SNMP impact on network traffic and platform hardware)
    • NMSP
  • Design AP and antenna deployment model for location
  • Describe location techniques
    • Angulations
    • Cell of origin
    • TDoA and ToA lateration
    • RSS lateration
    • Pattern recognition
    • RF fingerprinting

DESIGN AND DEPLOY WLAN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MOBILITY:

  • Configure single SSID designs with mobility
    • AP group VLANs
    • Identity based networking (IBN)
    • Single SSID and multiple WLAN
  • Analyze implications of layer 2 and layer 3 roaming
    • Avoid salt and pepper deployment
    • Minimize inter controller roaming
    • Mobility tunneling
  • Implement high availability
    • Legacy primary, secondary, and tertiary
    • Backup primary and backup secondary outside of mobility group
    • Enhanced timers
    • AP fallback
    • AP prioritization
    • Anchor controller redundancy
    • RF redundancy: coverage hole, RRM, and double AP
  • Troubleshoot AP join process using the following solutions
    • AP console debug
    • AP console configuration
    • WLC debug
    • WLC logs
    • Switch port, DHCP, and VLAN
  • Implement the following Cisco unified wireless best practices
    • LAG versus port-based
    • RF groups
    • H-REAP
    • AP count; per-subnet limitation
    • Client subnet sizing considerations
    • Per WLAN client limit
    • Office extend
    • Passive client
  • Define and implement mobility groups and mobility lists
    • AP regulatory domain flexibility
    • 24/48/72 WLC mobility size
    • Adjust authentication and EAP timers
      • Tune RF environment for context-aware services
    • Data rates
    • Transmit power levels and thresholds
    • Channels and DCA
    • Band select
    • Cisco Client link
  • Troubleshooting inter controller communications
    • Mobility group formation
    • RF group formation
    • Inter controller roaming

IMPLEMENT CISCO MSE ARCHITECTURE:

  • Describe Cisco MSE capabilities and integration with wireless network architecture
    • Context aware
    • Adaptive wireless IPS
    • Guest tracking
    • Spectrum intelligence
    • Scalability
  • Deploy context-aware services for specific environments
    • Mixed-use environments
    • Complex RF environments
    • Small areas
    • Timing issues
    • Adjusting history and location parameters
    • Multi floor facilities
    • Recalibration
  • Integrate third-party applications
    • Server engines
    • Licensing
    • Common API
  • Integrate and manage MSE with Cisco WCS
    • Install and synchronize
    • Location
    • Enable tracking
    • Define the MSE parameters
    • Understand advanced parameters
    • Maintain MSE
    • Database clean up
    • Database back-up and restore
    • Upgrade
  • Troubleshoot MSE operations
    • Debug of NMSP
    • Debug of controller
    • Location accuracy tool
    • Debug RFID

IMPLEMENT AND MANAGE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR MESH:

  • Describe wireless mesh and its benefits
  • Describe the following mesh operation modes
    • RAP
    • MAP
    • Ethernet bridge functionality for mesh
  • Implement mesh
    • Hop count
    • Backhaul caveats (throughput rates, QoS, path properties)
    • Secondary backhaul
    • AP authorization (MAC filter entry)
    • Utilize WLC CLI
    • Outdoor RF considerations
  • Describe mesh convergence
    • Cisco AWPP
    • Bridge group names
    • Parent selection
    • Understand re-convergence
  • Utilize Cisco WCS for mesh monitoring
    • Add mesh APs to map
    • Utilize mesh tree view
    • Utilize Cisco WCS mesh tools
    • Generate mesh reports
  • Utilize Cisco WCS for mesh monitoring
    • Add mesh APs to map
    • Utilize mesh tree view
    • Utilize Cisco WCS mesh tools
    • Generate mesh reports
  • Utilize workgroup bridges
    • Cisco WCS management for workgroup bridges
    • Differences between workgroup and universal bridges
    • Considerations for using workgroup bridges

IMPLEMENT AND MANAGE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR MESH:

  • Install and maintain Cisco WCS and navigator and perform the following tasks
    • Add Cisco WCS
    • Add controllers
    • Adding Aps
    • Adding maps
  • Describe Navigator's role, features, and functions
  • Implement Cisco WCS partitioning and Navigator domains
  • Implement time-of-day AP power savings
  • Implement scheduled WLAN availability
  • Create and customize Cisco WCS reports
  • Configure background tasks
  • Configure and apply controller and access point templates
  • Monitor and convert autonomous Aps
  • Configure WLC auto provisioning
  • Utilize configuration auditing in Cisco WCS

 
Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP Wireless 642-737 Course

INTEGRATE CLIENT DEVICE SECURITY:

  • Describe the EAP authentication process
  • Configure client for secure EAP authentication
  • Configure the Cisco any connect client
  • Describe the impact of security configurations on application and client roaming
  • Troubleshoot client wireless authentication issues
    • Packet analyzers
    • Debugs
    • Logs
    • Cisco WCS
    • ACS
  • Identify client security risks
    • Driver update
    • MS hot fixes

DESIGN AND INTEGRATE WIRELESS NETWORK WITH NAC:

  • Describe the architectures
    • In-band
    • Out-of-band
    • Agent versus agentless
    • Cisco NAC appliance
  • Describe the high-level authentication process flow
    • CAS
    • CAM
    • RADIUS/ACS
    • WLC
    • External authentication sources
  • Configure the WLC for the NAC

IMPLEMENT SECURE WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY SERVICES:

  • Configure authentication
    • Controller local EAP with or without external
    • LDAP database
    • Client authentication on H-REAP Aps
    • 802.1X authentication for AP authentication to the switch
  • Configure autonomous AP for RADIUS authentication
  • Configure management frame protection on clients, APs, and controllers
  • Configure IBN
    • RADIUS-based VLAN and ACLs
    • AAA override
  • Define ACS parameters for integration with wireless network
  • Define client and server-side digital certificate requirements
  • Implement ACLs on controller
    • CPU ACLs
    • WLAN, interface, and client identity ACL
  • Troubleshoot secure wireless connectivity services
    • Packet analyzers, debugs, logs, WCS, and ACS
    • Verify firewall ports
    • ACS and controller authorization and authentication for clients

TRANSLATE ORGANIZATIONAL AND REGULATORY SECURITY POLICIES AND ENFORCE SECURITY COMPLIANCE:

  • Describe regulatory compliance considerations
    • HIPAA
    • PCI
    • SOX
    • FERPA
  • Segment traffic into different VLANs, based upon these functions
    • Security
    • Application
    • QoS
  • Configure administration security on controller and WCS
    • TACACS+ and ACS integration
    • Local
    • RADIUS and AAA server integration
    • Access point administration credential
    • Admin roles
  • Manage WLC and WCS alarms
    • SNMP and trap receivers
    • Syslog
    • SMTP
    • ACS log
    • Modify WCS alarm levels
  • Utilize security audit tools
    • Packet captures
  • Penetration testing
    • Third-party software (air magnet, air wise)
    • PCI audit tool in WCS

CONFIGURE NATIVE WLC SECURITY FEATURE SETS: IPS/IDS:

  • Utilize WCS or controller for IDS and threat mitigation strategies
    • Signature
    • Custom signature
    • Rogue classification management and (auto) containment
    • Rogue reporting and location (WCS only)
    • Switch port tracing (WCS only)
    • Integrate Cisco spectrum expert with WCS
    • Client exclusion
    • Clean air
  • Identify and mitigate wireless vulnerabilities
    • Wireless packet injection (can't be mitigated)
    • Client misconfiguration
    • DoS (RF jamming)
    • Anomalous behavior attacks (association and authentication attacks)
    • Signature attacks (net stumbler and undetectable at this time)
    • Eavesdropping (wild packets and honeypot)
    • Hijacking and mimicry (evil twin and honey potting)
    • Social engineering (human attack)

INTEGRATE WIRELESS NETWORK WITH ADVANCED SECURITY PLATFORMS:

  • Describe Cisco end-to-end security solutions and how they integrate with Cisco wireless solutions
    • any connect 3.0 and above
    • NAC appliance
    • NAC guest server
    • Wired IPS
    • ACS
  • Describe the Cisco unified wireless network firewall port configuration requirements
    • ACLs
    • IP port pass-through
    • DMZ
  • Configure the controller for wired IPS and IDS
  • Configure wireless intrusion prevention system (MSE)
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  • CCIE R&S v5.0 Rack
  • CCIE SP Rack
  • CCIE Security Rack
  • CCIE Voice Rack
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