While wired networks can offer greater bandwidth, stability, speed, and
security in many instances, the convenience of wireless has proven irresistible
to many customers and is sometimes the only option. To ensure the best wireless
performance, reliability, and security, you must know the fundamentals of
designing, installing, and configuring an 802.11x network.
This course addresses understanding current 802.11x wireless network
technology, its benefits, and basic troubleshooting; selecting appropriate
network products to meet performance requirements; performing on-site wireless
surveys and interpreting results; and configuring wireless devices with correct
SSID, channel selection, encryption standard, and security settings.
Before attending this course, students should have a working knowledge of
basic networking, DHCP, and hardwire infrastructure and