Cisco Wireless Networking Certification Course

Cisco Wireless Networking Certification Courses in South Africa

Certified Wireless Network Administrator
2KO Africa delivers quality Certified Wireless Network Administrator training in Cape Town. We specialise in Cisco Certification training and are an authorised Cisco test centre. All our trainers are certified and have many years of practical field experience as well as classroom experience. 2KO is an IT consulting and training company, offering both business services and training across multiple platforms. 2KO Africa's various courses are available as full time classes, or as online e-learning, enabling 2KO students the opportunity to study courses online world-wide, to ensure the Cisco training.

 

 

NOTE:  This course is not currently available as an instructor led class

This Cisco 200-355 training course will provide students with knowledge of Radio Frequency (RF) and 802.11 technology essentials along with installing, configuring, monitoring and basic troubleshooting tasks needed to support Small Medium Business and Enterprise wireless networks. The Cisco 200-355 is the base level certification for those who would like to prove their wireless networking knowledge using Cisco Systems® or related equipment. Some of the topics covered are Wireless Basics, Wireless Standards and Signals. FRame types and Stand Alone and Cloud Deployments as well. It is a best choice to accelerate your career as a professional in the Information Technology industry.


Who is the target audience?
This course is for Science & Technology Professionals
This course will provide students with knowledge of Radio Frequency (RF) and 802.11 technology
This course is the total prep and training to pass the Cisco 200-355 Certification Exam

Module 1: Wireless Basics
1.1 Course And Instructor Introduction
1.2 Wireless Basics Part 1
1.3 Wireless Basics Part 2
1.4 Wireless Basics Part 3
1.5 Wireless Basics Part 4
1.6 Wireless Basics Part 5
1.7 Wireless Basics Part 6

Module 2: Wireless Standards
2.1 Wireless Standards Part 1
2.2 Wireless Standards Part 2
2.3 Wireless Standards Part 3
2.4 Wireless Standards Part 4
2.5 Wireless Standards Part 5

Module 3: Wireless Signals
3.1 Wireless Signals Part 1
3.2 Wireless Signals Part 2

Module 4: Antennas
4.1 Antennas Part 1
4.2 Antennas Part 2
4.3 Antennas Part 3

Module 5: Topologies
5.1 Topologies Part 1
5.2 Topologies Part 2

Module 6: Frame Types
6.1 Frame Types Part 1
6.2 Frame Types Part 2
6.3 Frame Types Part 3

Module 7: Planning Coverage
7.1 Planning Coverage Part 1
7.2 Planning Coverage Part 2
7.3 Planning Coverage Part 3

Module 8: Architectures
8.1 Architectures Part 1
8.2 Architectures Part 2
8.3 Architectures Part 3

Module 9: Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments
9.1 Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 1
9.2 Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 2

Module 10: Controller Based Deployment
10.1 Controller Based Deployment Part 1
10.2 Controller Based Deployment Part 2
10.3 Controller Based Deployment Part 3
Module 11: Controller Discovery
11.1 Controller Discovery Part 1
11.2 Controller Discovery Part 2
11.3 Controller Discovery Part 3

Module 12: Roaming
12.1 Roaming Part 1
12.2 Roaming Part 2

Module 13: Radio Resource Management
13.1 Radio Resource Management Part 1
13.2 Radio Resource Management Part 2
13.3 Radio Resource Management Part 3

Module 14: Wireless Security
14.1 Wireless Security Part 1
14.2 Wireless Security Part 2
14.3 Wireless Security Part 3

Module 15: WLAN Configuration
15.1 WLAN Configuration

Module 16: Guest Networks
16.1 Guest Networks

Module 17: Client Connectivity
17.1 Client Connectivity Part 1
17.2 Client Connectivity Part 2

Module 18: Managing Wireless
18.1 Managing Wireless Part 1
18.2 Managing Wireless Part 2

Module 19: Interference
19.1 Interference Part 1
19.2 Interference Part 2

Module 20: Troubleshooting
20.1 Troubleshooting Part 1
20.2 Troubleshooting Part 2
20.3 Course Conclusion