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CCNP Wireless Bootcamp 2

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Optimize and Secure Advanced Cisco Wireless (OSACW)

Cisco – CCNP Wireless Bootcamp 2 – OSACW

Course Title:Optimize and Secure Advanced Cisco Wireless

Combines: CCNP Wireless courses WiSECURE and WiTSHOOT

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 Design and Deploy Advanced Cisco Wireless (DDACW) course. Together, our two combined 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.

Description

OSACW Training for CCNP Wireless Certification

Course Objectives

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

  • Deploying QoS and AVC within the WLAN as well as end-to-end across the campus network to support voice, video and real-time apps.
  • Identity Services Engine (ISE) versions 1.3 and 2.0; including AAA and Radius, Profiles and Policies, BYOD and Guest Access
  • Defining Endpoint and Client Security
  • Defining Infrastructure and Access Control
  • Defining Threat and Interference Mitigation
  • Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques and Tools
  • Advanced Network Diagnostics- Examining and Extracting
  • Information from Customer Emails
  • Information from Trouble tickets and complaints
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Troubleshoot the Whole WLAN Environment
  • Client Connectivity
  • Client Performance
  • AP-to-Controller Issues
  • Wireless related WIRED Issues
  • FlexConnect
  • Client Authentication
  • Guest Access
  • RF Related Security Threats

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.

Exam Required for CCNP Certification

Cisco 300-360 WiDESIGN
Cisco 300-365 WiDEPLOY
Cisco 300-375 WiSECURE
Cisco 300-370 WiTSHOOT

Proctored exams, each: 90 minutes (55-65 questions)
Exam proctor: PearsonVUE

OSACW Course Outline

Day 1: Optimize for Advanced Voice, Video and Real-Time Applications
  • Describing Common Business and Technical Drivers
  • Describing Cisco Capabilities
  • Describing RF Planning and Design
  • Common QoS Challenges and Best Practices
  • Describing Cisco AVC and QoS
  • Configuring QoS and AVC
  • End-toEnd Wired and Wireless QoS
Labs
  • Configure a WLAN to Support AVC
  • Configure a WLAN to Support QoS
Day 2-4: Secure Advanced Wireless Networks
  • Defining Security Areas in the Wi-Fi Design
  • Defining Endpoint and Client Standards and Features
  • Cisco Network Security Architecture ISE 1.3
  • ISE 2.0 Overview and comparison
  • Profiles and Policies
  • Secure BYOD
  • Defining Endpoint and Client Standards and Features
  • Defining Wi-FI Access Control Standards and Features
  • Defining Threat and Interference Mitigation Approaches in Wi-Fi
Labs
  • Configure RADIUS Integration
  • Configure a Basic Access Policy
  • Configure an Authentication Policy
  • Configure Hotspot Guest Access
  • CWA and Self-Registered Guest Operations
  • Configure Secure Administrative Access
Day 5-6: Troubleshoot Advanced Wireless Networks
  • Describing Network Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Describing Network Troubleshooting Tools and Resources
  • Diagnostics-Examining Customer Email, tickets and symptoms
  • Troubleshooting Client Connectivity Issues
  • Troubleshooting Client Performance Issues
  • Troubleshooting AP-to-Controller Issues
  • Troubleshooting Wireless-Related Wired Infrastructure Issues
  • Troubleshooting Cisco FlexConnect
  • Troubleshooting Client Authentication Issues
  • Troubleshooting Guest Access Issues
  • Troubleshooting Issues with RF-Related Security Threats
Master Troubleshooting Labs- 2HRs each- Multiple Issues

Labs will begin by presenting the student a issue file with emails, wireshark outputs, configurations, client complaints. Students will first have to determine the actual problem and identify the probable cause and fix.

The second part of the lab will be for the student to implement the fixes and restore the network to operational status.

This model follows the part 1 of the CCIE Lab Exam:

  • Master Troubleshooting Lab – Client Issues
  • Master Troubleshooting Lab – Infrastructure Issues
  • Master Troubleshooting Lab – Authentication Issues