Cisco DDACW - Designing and Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless

Wireless Design Overview

Course Description

This is a 6-day combination course which offers a significant time saving over the traditional 2 * 5-day courses. This course is most suitable for individuals already pursuing their CCNP on older versions of the CCNP courses. The content in this course is designed to be complementary with the Optimize and Secure Advanced Cisco Wireless (OSACW) course. Together, these two courses will prepare you for the four CCNP Wireless exams (WiDESIGN, WiDEPLOY, WiSECURE, WiTSHOOT) as well as cover the same material in the WCMX course. This course will provide the needed and most up-to-date content on Cisco’s best practices around designing and deploying WLANs and will also provide product and feature overviews aligned with the latest released versions.

The related course for this Koenig Crafted Course is "CWNA - Certified Wireless Network Administrator v108". The CWNA certification (Certified Wireless Network Administrator training) certification is a foundation level wireless LAN (WiFi) certification for the CWNP Training Program. CWNA certification will get you started in Wireless career by ensuring that you have the skills to successfully administer enterprise-class wireless LANs. we offer a combo for both since CWNA certification is required for CWSP certification. Koenig also offers CCNA Wireless which validates associate-level knowledge and skills to configure, implement and support of wireless LANs, specifically those networks using Cisco equipment. CCNA is the prerequisite to CCNA Wireless. We can offer a combo for both certifications.

What will you learn

You will learn about the many options required into today’s corporate environment including:

  • Data, Voice and Location- how to design and deploy each individually or all in a mixed environment
  • AP only, Centralized Controller, FlexConnect, Converged Access and Cloud deployments
  • Location, MSE and CMX including the following versions:8.0, 10.0, 10.2 and Cloud Based CMX
  • Third Party Tools. This course goes beyond the introductory lessons in the CCNP courses and gives you and in-depth overview of fully leveraging these tools in your environment today including, in-depth labs on Ekahau Pro and MetaGeek Chanalyzer.

Pre-Requisites (Recommended)

We recommend students have at least a CCNA Wireless or 1-2 years of real-world experience prior to attending. Seasoned engineers new to wireless will be able to learn the material however, it will be a long and fast-paced week.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Designing and Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless Networks
  • Determining Customer Design Technical and Business Objectives
  • Determining the Type of Wireless Design
  • Cisco Wireless Product Portfolio Deep Dive
  • Planning and Designing for RF
  • Describing Deployment Models
  • Describing Campus Considerations
  • Describing the In-Depth Site Survey
  • Describing the Post-Deployment Survey
  • Ekahau Pro Deep Dive- Capabilities and Deployment
  • MetaGeek Chanalyzer Deep Dive- Capabilities and Deployment
  • Implementing the Base Wi-Fi Network
  • Configuring Mobility and Roaming Capabilities
  • Configuring High Availability Options
  • Configuring FlexConnect Capabilities
Module 2: Design and Deploy Advanced Location
  • Location Portfolio Deep Dive- AP, MSE, CMX
  • CMX 8.0, 10.0, 10.2 and CMX Cloud Comparison and Update
  • Examining Basic Location Concepts
  • Describing the Effects of AP Placement on Achievable Accuracy
  • Examining the Impact of Client Behavior on Location Capabilities
  • Describing the Analysis Process
  • Using the Analytics User Interface
  • Performing Site Analysis (Presence)
  • Implementing CMX Visitor Connect
  • Implementing CMX Facebook Wi-Fi
Module 3: Design and Deploy Advanced Outdoor, Mesh and High Density
  • Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Outdoor, Mesh and High Density Portfolio Deep Dive
  • Describing RF Planning and Design
  • Configuring Outdoor and Mesh Capabilities
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Course Prerequisites

We recommend students have at least a CCNA Wireless or 1-2 years of real-world experience prior to attending. Seasoned engineers new to wireless will be able to learn the material however, it will be a long and fast-paced week.