Estimated Length: 40 seat hours
Please call to enroll: 866.575.7206
Once a base of Wi-Fi knowledge is established, enterprise relevant topics such as Wi-Fi design, security and troubleshooting are covered. You will use enterprise-class hardware and software tools during live lab exercises, all accessible remotely for any instructor-led or virtual class.
As an added bonus, you will receive a free exam voucher.
Please contact NCTI Customer Care for delivery options and/or available dates, locations and times. You must provide your own laptop.
The estimated completion time for this course is 40 hours (five days).
Upon completing this course, students will know:
- background and roles of Wi-Fi governing bodies, including the IEEE and Wi-Fi Alliance
- radiofrequency properties and behaviors
- wireless signal fundamentals, including measurement principles
- antenna information, including types and installation best practices
- Wi-Fi standards, including 802.11 extensions ac, ad, af and ah
- Wi-Fi device types and infrastructure options
- Wi-Fi communications processes, including connection, roaming and data transfer
- general troubleshooting tips to common real-world 802.11n issues
- Wi-Fi architecture best practices, including both network and wireless design
- similarities, differences and peculiarities about Wi-Fi deployments in differing environments (offices, K-12 education, health care facilities and more)
- security standards, best practices, known vulnerabilities and remediation techniques for Wi-Fi networks
- site surveying, including requirements gathering, design, installation and validation
- troubleshooting methodology, tools and techniques, along with common issues