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Cisco Wireless LAN Advanced Topics (CWLAT)

Duration: 4 days


Course Content

The Cisco Wireless LAN Advanced Topics (CWLAT) v2.0 is a technical training course targeted to internal Cisco and channel external SEs and FEs. The goal of this course is to provide System Engineers and Field Engineers with a more in-depth understanding of the most innovative and comprehensive suite of WLAN solutions in the industry, spanning a wide range of customer sizes and needs.

Course Objective

  • Describe detailed technical features, functions and benefits of the controller-based architecture
  • Install and setup Cisco WCS and provide the information needed to configure a WLAN using Cisco WCS
  • Manage the WLAN controller-based network with the Cisco WCS
  • Troubleshoot and maintain a WLAN controller-based network
  • Apply advanced applications to WLAN controller-based networks
  • Administer security so that the WLAN controller-based network is safe from attack

Course Outline

  • Describing the Cisco Unified Wireless Network
  • Describing Controller-Based Architecture
  • Implementing the WLAN with Cisco WCS
  • Installing the Cisco Wireless Control System
  • Configuring the Cisco Wireless Control System
  • Managing the WLAN using the Cisco WLAN Controller
  • Managing the Cisco Unified Wireless Network using Cisco WCS
  • Managing the Cisco Unified Wireless Network using Controllers
  • Troubleshooting the Cisco WLAN Controller-Based Wireless Network
  • Describing the VoWLAN Infrastructure
  • Implementing the VoWLAN Infrastructure
  • Introducing the Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
  • Deploying the Mesh Network
  • Describing WLAN Security Design Concepts
  • Securing the WLAN
  • Configuring Cisco Secure ACS

Who Should Attend

Channel Partner / Reseller, Customer, Employee


  • Basic Computer Literacy
  • Knowledge of fundamental networking components and terminology
  • Knowledge of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model
  • Knowledge of basic LAN components and functions


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