Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP)

Do you have the skills to design an Enterprise network? Do you understand the architectures and protocols of a WLAN? Can you conduct a thorough site survey, design end-to-end security, and validate your designed network? Well, now is your chance to prove it, and in turn, earn a Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP) certification.

 

The CWDP is highly respected within the IT industry and CWDP-certified candidates hold a significant advantage in terms of career and salary advancement.

 

Measure your skills and knowledge with this professional-level certification and get on track toward ultimately earning your Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) certification. Those that pass the CWDP exam earn credit towards a CWNE certification.


As an added bonus, you will receive a free exam voucher and practice test to test your knowledge before taking the exam.

Course Information

Price: $2,695.00
Duration: 3 days
Certification: Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP)
Exam: CWDP-303
Learning Credits:

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Prerequisites:

Certified Wireless Network Administrator

 

Target Audience:

 

Course Objectives:

  • Understand Design Strategies
  • Describe Best Practices for Network Planning
  • Explain the Available Technologies to Satisfy 802.11n and 802.11ac Design Requirements
  • Describe Advanced Site Surveying
  • Understand Design Troubleshooting Methodologies

 

Course Outline:

Module 1 – Introducing WLAN Design

  • Wireless LAN (WLAN) Design
  • Importance of Design
  • Design Processes

Module 2 – Requirements Analysis

  • Understanding WLAN Requirements
  • Documentation and Procedures
  • Understanding Client Device Population
  • Discover Planned WLAN Applications
  • Defining WLAN Security Requirements
  • Physical Coverage Requirements for Various Vertical Markets
  • Outdoor WLAN Bridge Link Requirements
  • Existing WLAN Upgrade Path
  • WLAN Test Considerations
  • Design Documentation for WLANs

Module 3 – Site Survey Procedures

  • Understanding the WLAN Site Survey
  • WLAN Site Survey Types
  • Spectrum Analysis for WLAN Site Survey
  • WLAN Site Survey Tools
  • Understanding Metrics and the Gathered RF Information
  • Scenario-specific Requirements
  • Understanding the Different Site Survey Methodologies Used
  • Outdoor Site Survey Procedures

Module 4 – Enterprise WLAN Design

  • RF Planning and Management
  • Interference Considerations
  • WLAN Channel Planning and RF Considerations
  • Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) and Transmit Power Control (TPC)
  • Access Point Selection and Operation Modes
  • Antenna Considerations
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) Design Concepts
  • WLAN Security Design Considerations

Module 5 – Advanced WLAN Design

  • Branch and Remote Office WLAN Design
  • WLAN Design and Mesh Connectivity
  • WLAN Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Performance and Optimization for WLANs
  • WLAN Security Considerations
  • WLAN Deployment Scenarios
  • Identify Various WLAN Requirements
  • Planning and Testing Tools

Module 6 – WLAN Deployment

  • WLAN Infrastructure Device Configuration and Deployment
  • Configuration of Networking Services – DHCP and DNS
  • Autonomous, Controller, and Cloud WLAN

Module 7 – Design Validation

  • Post Deployment Survey
  • WLAN Design Validation
  • Post Deployment Analysis
  • Tools Used for Post Deployment
  • Post WLAN Deployment Troubleshooting