CWNA Certification Course
Video training course for the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) certification exam.
The CWNA is the foundation certification for Enterprise Wi-Fi within the CWNP family of certifications and the gateway toward earning your security, design, analysis and network expert certifications. This course teaches you the fundamentals of wireless technology, how to manage the wireless network as well as how to install, configure and troubleshoot and maintain wireless networks within small business or Enterprise deployments.
As the demand for wireless continues to grow there is an increasing requirement for certified network administrators.
This course teaches you wireless concepts, common network and application operations and attacks, and the types of data needed to investigate security incidents. You learn how to plan and design wireless networks, troubleshoot issues and create a secure network.
This course helps you prepare for the role of a Junior or Entry-level cybersecurity operations analyst in a SOC.
- CWNA-108 – Certified Wireless Network Administrator
Waqas has over eight years of experience as an IT specialist and is a technical architect team lead for Accenture. He is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional, CCNP, CCNA (wireless), Aruba Wireless (ACMA), JNCIA (Juniper), ITIL certified. He holds a Master of Science (M.S.) in Network Systems.
|Module 1||Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies|
|Unit 1||Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies|
|Unit 2||RF Mathematics and Measurements|
|Unit 3||Radio Frequency (RF) and Antennas|
|Module 2||WLAN Regulations and Standards|
|Unit 1||Networking Industry Organizations and IEEE Standards|
|Unit 2||Spread Spectrum Technologies, Modulation and Coding Schemes (MCS)|
|Unit 3||802.11 WLAN functional concepts|
|Unit 4||OSI Model Layers and Regulatory Domain Requirements|
|Module 3||WLAN Protocols and Devices|
|Unit 1||Components of 802.11 Wireless Service|
|Unit 2||802.11 MAC Operations|
|Unit 3||802.11 Network Devices|
|Unit 4||802.11 Channel Access Methods|
|Module 4||WLAN Network Architecture and Design Concepts|
|Unit 1||Describe and Implement Power over Ethernet (PoE)|
|Unit 2||WLAN Network Architecture|
|Unit 3||WLAN Requirements and Solutions|
|Module 5||WLAN Network Security|
|Unit 1||WLAN Network Security|
|Unit 2||WLAN Common Security Options|
|Module 6||RF Validation|
|Unit 1||RF Validation and Site Surveys|
|Module 7||WLAN Troubleshooting|
|Unit 1||Troubleshooting Tools Used in WLANs|
|Module 8||Super Lab|
|Unit 1||Super Lab|
|Module 9||Bonus Exams|
|Unit 1||Exam 1|
|Unit 2||Exam 2|
|Unit 3||Exam 3|
|Unit 4||Exam 4|
|Unit 5||Exam 5|