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Wireless Network Administration

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Take and Pass the CWNA Certified Wireless Networking Exam by preparing with Tom Carpenter and Online Study Experts LearnKey.com.

The CWNA Certified Wireless Network Administrator course delves into the backbone and infrastructure of wireless LAN (WLAN) technology in depth to help you prepare to pass the CWNA certification exam (PW0-104).

Learn to plan, build, secure, troubleshoot, and maintain small, medium, and large wireless networks. Gain a broader understanding about the site survey process, Radio Frequency Technologies, IEEE 802.11 Regulations and Standards, and working with various Wireless Protocols and Devices. CWNA Certified Wireless Network Administrator study guide by LearnKey.com is a great place build your wireless knowledge base or brush up the newest technologies.

Benefits

  • Online self paced training with Tom Carpenter taking you through the process of creating a secure wireless network
  • Learn about wireless standards and how they impact your network
  • Understand and work with the newest standards, including 802.11n
Session 1
  • Section A: Wireless Network Administration
    • Prerequisites
    • CWNP Certifications
    • CWNA Certification Benefits
    • Certification Prep
    • Wireless Industry Evolution
  • Section B: Wireless Network Types
    • WLAN
    • WMAN
    • WWAN
    • WPAN
  • Section C: WLAN Applications
    • Corporate WLAN
    • ISP Utilization
    • Government Utilization
    • Hotspots
  • Section D: Industry Organizations
    • IEEE
    • Wi-Fi Alliance
    • Regulatory Domains
  • Section E: RF Fundamentals
    • Waves
    • Wave Characteristics
    • Gain and Amplification
    • Loss and Attenuation
    • VSWR and Return Loss
  • Section F: RF Behavior
    • Reflection
    • Refraction
    • Diffraction
    • Scatter
    • Absorption
    • Delay Spread
  • Section G: RF Mathematics
    • Watt and Milliwatt
    • Decibel (dB)
    • Gain Rules
    • dBm
    • dBi
    • dBd
  • Section H: RF Measurements
    • Isotropic Radiator
    • Intentional Radiator
    • EIRP
    • SNR and RSSI
    • Link Budget
    • SOM
    • Fade Margin
Session 2
  • Section A: RF Signal Concepts
    • Visual Line of Sight
    • RF LOS
    • Fresnel Zones
    • Earth Bulge
  • Section B: RF Antenna Basics
    • Passive Gain
    • Beamwidth
    • Azimuth and Elevation Charts
    • Antenna Diversity
    • MIMO Diversity
    • Spatial Multiplexing
    • Transmit Beam Forming
    • Maximal Ratio Combining
  • Section C: RF Antenna Types
    • Omni-Directional Antennas
    • Semi-Directional Antennas
    • Highly Directional Antennas
    • Sectorized Antennas
  • Section D: Antenna Installation
    • Pole/Mast Mount
    • Ceiling Mount
    • Wall Mount
    • Mounting Systems
    • Towers
    • Safety Equipment and Concerns
  • Section E: RF Accessories
    • RF Cables
    • RF Connectors
    • RF Splitters
    • Amplifiers and Attenuators
    • Lightning Arrestors
    • Grounding Equipment
  • Section F: Spread Spectrum Tech
    • Bandwidth
    • Coding
    • HR/DSSS Coding
    • OFDM Coding
    • Modulation
    • Communications Resilience
  • Section G: IEEE 802.11 Overview
    • Original Standard
    • 802.11b and 802.11a
    • 802.11g
    • 802.11n
    • 802.11i
    • 802.11e
  • Section H: Important Standards
    • IEEE 802.3
    • IEEE 802.2
    • IEEE 802.1X
    • IEEE 802.1D and 802.1Q
    • RFC 3748 and 2865
    • OSI and 802.11
Session 3
  • Section A: Terminology Review
    • MAC and PHY
    • Bits and Bytes
    • Frames and Packets
    • SDUs and PDUs
  • Section B: IEEE 802.11-2007 Physical Layers
    • License-Free Bands
    • Output Power Limits
    • More Output Power Limits
    • U-NII Output Power Limits
    • Infrared and FHSS PHYs
    • Direct Sequence PHYs
    • OFDM-Based PHYs
    • High Throughput PHY
  • Section C: Understanding CSMA/CA
    • CSMA/CD
    • CSMA/CA
    • Carrier Sense
    • Interframe Spacing
    • DCF, HCF, and EDCA
  • Section D: Channel Access Methods
    • RTS/CTS
    • CTS-to-Self
    • HT Dual-CTS Protection
    • HT L-Sig Protection
    • Fragmentation
    • HT Channel Width and Operation
  • Section E: IEEE 802.11 Frames
    • 802.3 Frame Format
    • 802.11 Frame Format
    • 802.11 Frame Types
    • Acknowledgement Frames
    • Network Layer Support
    • Jumbo Frames
    • MTU Functionality
    • Guard Intervals
  • Section F: IEEE 802.11 State Machine
    • 802.11 State Machine
    • Authentication
    • Association
    • Reassociation
    • Disassociation
  • Section G: WLAN Service Sets
    • Stations Defined
    • Service Set
    • Ad-Hoc WLANs
    • Infrastructure WLANs
    • Starting a BSS
    • BSSID vs. SSID
    • Distribution System
    • Roaming
  • Section H: Locating WLANs
    • Active Scanning
    • Passive Scanning
    • Dynamic Rate Switching
    • Preauthentication
  • Section I: Power Management
    • Active and Power Save Modes
    • Indication Maps
    • WMM-PS and U-APSD
    • PSMP
    • SMPS
Session 4
  • Section A: Access Points

    • Autonomous Access Points
    • Access Point Modes
    • Common AP Features
    • SOHO AP Features
    • Enterprise AP Features
    • Lightweight APs
    • Mesh APs/Routers
    • Installation and Management
  • Section B: Infrastructure Hardware
    • Enterprise WLAN Controllers/Switches
    • Configuring Controllers
    • WLAN Controller Examples
    • Remote Office Controllers
    • WLAN Bridges
    • WLAN Gateways
    • Enterprise Encryption Gateways
  • Section C: Power over Ethernet
    • IEEE 802.3-2005 Clause 33
    • PoE Injectors and Switches
    • Standard Terminology
    • PoE Installation
    • Powering HT Devices
  • Section D: WLAN Client Hardware
    • PC Cards
    • USB Devices
    • Compact Flash and SD
    • PCI
    • Workgroup Bridges
    • Wireless Presentation Gateways
    • Wireless NAS
  • Section E: Centralized Design Model
    • Design Models
    • Centralized WLAN Controller
    • Multiple BSSIDs per Radio
    • Station Handoffs
    • Configuring Infrastructure
    • Tunneling, QoS, and VLANs
  • Section F: Wireless Network Management Systems
    • Common Features
    • Network Connectivity
    • Configuration and Management
  • Section G: Multi and Single Channel Architectures
    • MCA and SCA Defined
    • BSSID and SSID Configuration
    • Site Surveying Tips
    • Channel Interference
    • Cell Sizing
    • SCA Specifics
  • Section H: Alternate WLAN Architectures
    • WLAN Arrays
    • Cooperative Control Model
    • Mesh Network Model
  • Section I: Site Surveying Toolkit
    • Spectrum Analyzers
    • Protocol Analyzers
    • Active and Passive Tools
    • Manufacturer Utilities
    • Other Equipment
    • Outdoor Equipment
    • Complete Kits
Session 5
  • Section A: Information Gathering
    • Three Site Survey Phases
    • Business Requirements
    • Functional Requirements
    • Site-Specific Documentation
    • Indoor/Outdoor Specifics
    • Infrastructure Connectivity
    • Coverage and Capacity
    • Antenna Use Considerations
    • Tracking and WIPS Considerations
  • Section B: Performing the Survey
    • RF Interference Sources
    • AP and Antenna Types
    • AP Output Power Levels
    • Co-Channel/Adjacent Channel Interference
    • Testing Applications
  • Section C: Documenting the Survey
    • Reporting Methodologies
    • Hardware Requirements
    • Application Analysis
    • Resulting Documents
  • Section D: Advanced Site Surveys
    • Predictive Surveys
    • Automated RF Management
    • Verification Tools
  • Section E: WLAN Vulnerabilities
    • Eavesdropping
    • Rogue APs
    • Encryption Cracking
    • Denial of Service
    • HIjacking
    • Use of Legacy Security
  • Section F: Current WLAN Security Solutions
    • WPA/WPA2
    • WPS
    • TKIP and CCMP
    • 802.1X
    • EAP Framework
    • Preshared Keys/Passphrases
    • Secure Management
    • Role-Based Access Control
    • Security Analyisis
  • Section G: Security Policies
    • General Policies
    • Functional Policies
    • Policy Assesment
  • Section H: Troubleshooting WLANs
    • System Throughput
    • Multipath
    • Troubleshooting Multipath
    • Hidden Nodes
    • Near/Far Problem
    • Channel Interference
    • RF Noise and Interference
Session 6
  • Section A: 802.11n

    • 802.11n Goals
    • 802.11n Features
    • Cisco 802.11n Router
    • NETGEAR 802.11n Router
  • Section B: Physical Layer Changes
    • Antennas in 802.11n
    • Spatial Multiplexing
    • Transmit Beamforming
    • Space-Time Block Coding
    • HT Channels
  • Section C: MAC Layer Changes
    • Frame Types
    • Aggregation
    • 802.11n Interframe Spacing
    • Protection Mechanisms
    • Operation Modes
  • Section D: 802.11n Spectrum Analysis
    • Required Hardware
    • Channelyzer
    • Saving Spectral Data
    • AirMagnet Spectrum XT
    • Find Devices
  • Section E: 802.11n Protocol Analysis
    • 802.11n Requirements
    • OmniPeek Wireless Analysis
    • Wireshark
    • Capture Analysis
    • Viewing Frames
    • Statistics
    • AirMagnet Web Site
    • AirMagnet Protocol Analyzer
  • Section F: 802.11n Site Surveys
    • Site Survey Considerations
    • Site Survey Equipment
    • Site Survey Process
    • Site Survey Results
  • Section G: Implementing 802.11n Networks
    • PoE and 802.11n
    • Implementation Types
    • Implementation Process
    • Common 802.11n Problems

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