Here is an overview of each day’s content:
Before beginning the boot camp, learners will take the CEDIA ESC-N networking
certification pretest to assess their networking strengths and weaknesses. Once
complete, learners will dive into intermediate networking concepts on the first
day such as accessing a network from the internet, documenting your client’s
network, security, performance and protocols. After demonstrating an
understanding of these concepts through lab exercises, learners will transition
to advanced wireless concepts including types of hardware, designing and
planning a wireless network and working with quality of service in a wireless
environment. Demonstrations and lab exercises will reinforce the wireless
The advanced wireless networking discussion continues on day two with a
lecture and multiple learning labs on roaming, spectrum analysis, and
troubleshooting. After wrapping up the wireless networking discussion, learners
will transition to remote access, including concepts such as port forwarding and
VPNs. Attendees will participate in lab exercises related to these concepts.
Learners will wrap up remote access concepts on day three, and transition to
the most advanced, concepts this boot camp has to offer: VLANs and QoS. Two
types of VLANs will be discussed, and will include lab exercises. Discussion
will then move to Quality of Service, as well as how to implement a VLAN with
QoS successfully. To cap off the three-day boot camp, learners have the option
to put their knowledge to the test by taking the CEDIA ESC-N networking
This boot camp is not for beginners; it is imperative that learners have a
fundamental understanding of networking and IP before registering for this class
– it is recommended that participants have several months of experience as well.
CEDIA offers this supporting, fundamental training in the online courses Network
Cabling Infrastructure, IP for Technicians, and Wireless Network Technologies .
Additionally, attendees should also have some experience successfully
configuring a basic residential router and access point.
The advanced networking material presented during the boot camp supports the
CEDIA Electronic System Certified - Networking Specialist credential. During the
boot camp, students will sit for the certification exam. The exam fee is
included in the boot camp registration fee.
Regular Price: $1,200
CEDIA Member Price: $950
Save $100 when you register by March 10, 2017.
Save if two or more
individuals from the same company attend the same session! Call CEDIA
Registration at 800.669.5329 ext. 123 for more information.
Cost includes three days of training,
participant guides, CEDIA ESC-N exam fee, and refreshements, including lunch.
Tools are provided during the lab portion of the curriculum.
bring a PC (or Mac with Boot Camp or parallels) on XP, Win7, or later to be able
to complete all of the activities during class.
Boot camp is held from 8:00
a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day. Please schedule your departing flights from
Indianapolis on the third day to leave no earlier than 7:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn Express
Indianapolis Park 100
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Rate: $95.95 per night –
ask for the CEDIA rate
The Holiday Inn Express is close to the CEDIA Training
Facility - shuttle not available
Hilton Garden Inn Northwest
Intech Business Park
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Rate: $119 per night - ask
for the CEDIA rate
Shuttle available to CEDIA upon availability
Requests for cancellation must be made to CEDIA
Registration at 800-669-5329 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No refunds will be
provided if the cancellation request is received less than seven (7) days prior
to the training start date.