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Q/WP Qualified/ Wireless Professional - Training for CWNA EXAM

QWSP Qualified/ Wireless Security Professional for Exam CWSP Training

Enterprise Wi-Fi Administration

Learn to successfully survey, install, administer and secure enterprise-class Wi-Fi networks.

The CWNA certification is the enterprise Wi-Fi certification for the CWNP Program.
Since 1999, SU's advanced CWNA CWSP training materials are the MOST RESPECTED Wireless QualificationTraining in the US. Improving wireless education to the expert level you expect from Security University.

Achieving CWNP sets your wireless career on a firm foundation, ensuring you have the skills to successfully survey, install, and administer enterprise Wi-Fi networks.

In this hands-on course, you will gain a full understanding of how radio frequency affects networking so you can perform site surveys, design a high-performance network, and protect both users and sensitive data from potential intruders. Plus, you will explore advanced topics such as VoWLAN deployments, seamless mobile connectivity, and detailed wireless frame analysis. You will use enterprise-class hardware and software tools during live lab exercises, simulating a state-of-the-art production environment.

Get exam ready in this approved CWNP certification course that includes:

This SU hands-on, defense in-depth class has 18+ labs to give you the chance to use wireless products from vendors like AirMagnet, Aruba, Meru, AirDefense, CISCO, AirTight Networks, Wi-Spi, Cognio Spectrum Analysers, PROXIM, YDI and much more than the standard CWNA ™ class.

Our CWNP™ expert instructors are cross trained in security & Wireless and take you through everything you need to know to do a proper wireless site survey with 5 site survey tools, as well as how to design and implement a WLAN. By earning the Qualified Wireless Professional network engineers and administrators demonstrate that they have the skills necessary to administer, install, configure, and troubleshoot wireless network systems.

Class Fee: $2,495* ALPHA WiFi Adapter incl in class fee
Time: 7:45am - 6pm
Location: Click here to view the class schedule
Learning Level: Beginner
CPE Credits: 40
  Method of Delivery - Residential On Ground
Method of Evaluation: 1. 95 % attendance 2. 100 % completion of Lab
Grading: Pass = 95% Attendance and 100% Completion of Labs and Practical
Fail => 95% Attendance and > 100% Completion of Labs and Practical
Prerequisites: Understanding of TCP/IP protocols

FREE ALFA Technical Details

Very Secure with 64/128/256bit WEP Encryption, TKIP, WPA,WPA2, 802.11i
Drivers included on CD for Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, WinCE 5.0, XP, 2003, Vista, Mac OS X 10.3/10.4 and GNU/Linux.
Supports Windows, Macintosh, and Linux

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CWNP Exam

Wireless Expert
4 Days Instructor Led Training Instructor Led Training Exams Only

All SU wireless classes include the Qualified Wireless Professional Exam. When you pass the Q/WP exam, you earn credit towards the SU Q/WP Program certification.
This exam measures the candidate’s ability to understand the fundamentals of RF behavior and to describe the features and functions of WLAN components. Also tested are the skills needed to install, configure, and troubleshoot WLAN hardware peripherals and protocols.

The skills and knowledge measured by this examination are derived from a survey of wireless networking experts and professionals. The results of this survey were used in weighing the subject areas and ensuring that the weighting is representative of the relative importance of the content.

The following chart provides the breakdown of the exam as to the weight of each section of the exam.
Subject Area % of Exam
Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies 10%
IEEE 802.11 Regulations and Standards 5%
IEEE 802.11 Protocols and Devices 10%
IEEE 802.11 Network Implementation 25%
IEEE 802.11 Network Security 25%
IEEE 802.11 RF Site Surveying 25%
Total 100%

What You'll Learn

Who Needs to Attend

Course Outline

1.WLAN Infrastructure

2.WLAN Standards

3.RF Fundamentals

4.Antennas and Outdoor Wireless

5.WPA/WPA2 Authentication

6.WPA/WPA2 Encryption

7.WLAN Operation

8.Mixed Mode Operation

9.Security Design

10.Troubleshooting Station Connections

11.WLAN Analysis

12.WLAN Channel Analysis

13.Enterprise Infrastructure Design

14.Station Optimization

15.QoS Configuration

16.Channel Optimization

17.Site Surveys

18.Next-Generation WLANs

Labs

1. WLAN Client Management

Configure a Microsoft Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) client utility. Enable security features that prevent attacks against workstations when users leave the enterprise environment.

2. WLAN Protocol Analyzers

Set up Wildpackets Omnipeek for advanced WLAN monitoring. Configure the Omnipeek interface for future protocol analysis exercises.

3. WLAN Channel Analyzers

Set up the AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer for basic WLAN monitoring. Name stations and APs in order to streamline future troubleshooting exercises.

4. Spectrum Analyzer Setup: WiSpy with Chanalyzer

Set up the WiSpy with Chanalyzer for spectrum analysis. Navigate through the software to prepare for detailed analysis in later lab exercises.

5. WLAN Configuration: WPA2 Enterprise

Configure basic connectivity and security settings on a Ruckus Wireless LAN Controller. Configure WiFi clients using the Broadcom Client Utility to connect to the access point using WPA2 Enterprise with EAP-TTLS (MS-CHAPv2) authentication and AES-CCMP encryption.

6. Wireless IDS Setup

Set up the AirMagnet Enterprise wireless IDS (WIDS). Examine WIDS alarm settings in order to prevent false-positives. Configure AP trust levels in order to differentiate authorized APs from rogue APs.

7. Connection Analysis

Verify Open, WPA2 Personal, and WPA2 Enterprise connections using WildPackets Omnipeek. Identify frames captured during authentication and analyze connection patterns. Examine the contents of 802.11n Beacon frames.

8. Performance Analysis

Test 802.11g and 802.11n throughput with varying channel configurations. Identify performance degradation when channel configurations are configured improperly. Perform individual throughput tests on each station as well as overall channel throughput tests using AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer.

9. VoWLAN Setup and Testing

Set up Ascom i75 VoFi handsets for Wi-Fi calling. Test voice quality with multiple active calls on a single WLAN channel. Examine channel error rates using WildPackets Omnipeek.

10. Roaming

Test notebook and VoFi handset client roaming patterns between multiple APs. Add varying amounts of data traffic to the network and compare VoFi call quality and roaming capabilities.

11. Site Survey: Planning/Simulation

Upload a map of the training center environment to Ekahau Site Survey Pro and detail obstruction specifications (walls, doors, etc.). Configure access point locations and perform a site survey simulation to estimate the coverage area.

12. Site Survey: Live Coverage Mapping

Use AirMagnet Survey to determine the Wi-Fi coverage area on the previously uploaded map of the training center. Compare the results of the live site survey with the results of the site survey simulation from the previous lab.

* Class fees are subject to change
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