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IPExpert - CCIC Wireless Lab (2014) [41 flv]

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IPExpert - CCIC Wireless Lab (2014) [41 flv]

IPExpert - CCIC Wireless Lab (2014) [41 flv]
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As you begin your CCIE lab preparation, it's important to understand the protocols and technologies listed in the CCIE blueprint in mastery detail. iPexpert's CCIE Wireless Lab Video Course was designed to do that. The quality and amount of content covered, as well as the quality of the delivery and presentation of this one-of-a-kind video class, makes for a training resource that's unmatched within the Cisco training industry.
iPexpert's Cisco CCIE Wireless Lab VoD :: Next Generation
Wired Infrastructure Section Overview VLANs
Access Ports
Access VLANs
Voice VLANs
Trunk Ports
Encapsulation methods
Native VLANs
Allowed VLANs
Negotiation protocols
Load balancing
WLC best practices
Spanning Tree
Root election
Topology control
Optional features Portfast BPDU Guard BPDU Filter
Layer 2 Security
MAC filtering
Port Security
Power Over Ethernet
IP Addressing
Physical interfaces
Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVIs)
Basic operation
Static Routing
Default routes
Basic configuration
Passive interfaces
Adding a default route
Advanced features
Basic configuration
Passive interfaces
Adding a default route
Advanced features
Multicast Routing
PIM dense mode
PIM sparse mode
RP assignments Static assignments Auto-RP BSR
Anycast RP with MSDP
Wired QoS
Classification and marking
Trusting markings
QoS maps
Policy maps
Matching voice traffic
Switch Services

ACS Section Overview Server CLI
IP addressing
Working with the ACS service
Password recovery
System Administration
Management users
Password settings
Protocol settings
Server certificates
Network Resources
Adding devices
Network device groups
Default network device
Users and Identity Stores
Local user groups
Internal user repository Creating users
Internal host repository Creating host entries
LDAP servers
Active Directory Joining to a domain Specifying AD groups Using additional attributes
Certificate Authorities
CA profiles Integrating LDAP and AD
Identity Store Sequences
Policy Elements
Date/time matching
Creating custom conditions
End station filters Matching on SSIDs
Device filters
Creating authorization profiles Accomplishing VLAN overrides Applying ACLs Setting session timeouts
Creating Shell profiles Tips for better results
Command sets
Access Policies
Creating new access services
Working with service selection rules
Specifying allowed protocols
Controlling the use of Identity stores Using single result selection Using rule based result selections
Authorization rules Customizing matching criteria Using the default rule Tips for how to write authorization rules for best results
Viewing authentication logs
Configuring alarms Emailing alarms Syslogs

Autonomous APs Section Overview Interfaces/VLANs/Bridge groups
Configuring the management interface
Setting a default gateway
Adding sub-interfaces
Configuring VLANs
Configuring Bridge groups
Validating the interface/VLAN/bridge group relationship
Client WLANs
Open SSIDs
Static WEP SSIDs
Dynamic WEP SSIDs
WPA 802.1x SSIDs
Broadcasting SSIDs in beacons
RADIUS authentications Using ACS Using local RADIUS on the AP
Enabling on APs
Authenticating APs to the WDS
Controlling client authentications through WDS
Root/Non-Root Bridges
Enabling the feature
Controlling VLANs
Handling spanning-tree issues
Repeater APs
Enabling the feature
Root AP configurations to support the repeater
Workgroup Bridges
Enabling the feature
Controlling VLANs
Handling spanning-tree issues
Roaming enhancements
Preserving client advertisements
Universal Workgroup Bridges
Enabling the feature
MAC address options and behavior
Misc configurations
Physical interface configurations Data rates Power levels Channels Peer-to-peer blocking Packet retries Antenna configs
Administrative access Local users Granting management access via TACACS Granting management access via RADIUS
AP authentication Using credential sets Using EAP profiles
Client filtering Using the global association list Using MAC filtering on SSIDs Using ACLs to filter clients and traffic How filtering affects clients Normal clients AP associations Clients behind WGBs and Repeaters

Unified Wireless Networks Section Overview Ports and Interfaces
Enabling/disabling ports
Interface types Management AP managers Virtual Dynamic Service Ports Interface groups
Configuring interfaces
Troubleshooting connectivity
Management Access
Local management users
Granting management access via TACACS
Granting management access via RADIUS
SNMP/WCS management
DHCP Proxy mode Option 82 Internal DHCP server
AP discovery process
Layer 3 broadcast discovery
DHCP option 43
DHCP option 60
DNS discovery
Static primary/secondary/tertiary discovery
Previously remembered WLCs
Troubleshooting the discovery process
AP join process
Join process overview
Controlling the join priority Primary/secondary/tertiary configs Master controller mode Tie breaker
Troubleshooting the join process
AP High Availability
Learning about failover options Mobility group membership Primary/secondary/tertiary Backup primary/secondary
Heartbeats and timers
Verifying failover
General Config- Security/Management/Commands
SNMP Local SNMP SNMP trap control Specifying SNMP trap receivers
Login banners
Logging On the WLCs On the lightweight APs
Management via Wireless
Working with RADIUS and TACACS servers
Local users
Local MAC filtering list
Controlling AP policies
Local RADIUS on the WLC
Working with ACLs on the WLCs Configuring client ACLs Configuring CPU ACLs Method for applying ACLs
Working with rogue APs Rogue discovery Rogue classification Auto-contain
Working with IDS signatures Preinstalled signatures Custom signatures
Enabling MFP Infrastructure MFP Client MFP
Web authentication options Local stock page Custom pages External authentication servers
General Config- Wireless
AP global configurations Global credentials AP wired 802.1x Failover priority
Individual AP configurations General configs Radio configs Overriding global defaults
Client load balancing
Client Band Select
Radio settings Data rates DTPC ClientLink
RRM configs RF grouping and leaders TPC DCA Coverage hole detection Off channel scanning and monitoring
CCX roaming enhancements
Country codes and regulatory domains
General Config- Controller
General controller configs
Multicast Enabling client multicast AP multicast mode
Mobility domains Working with mobility group membership Anchor settings Mobility multicast messaging
CDP on the WLC
WLAN configurations
Radio policies
Multicast VLAN
Layer 2 security options
Layer 3 security options
Working with AAA services
QoS settings
Advanced settings
Wireless Guest Networks
Single vs dual WLC designs
Configuring guest tunneling
Configuring foreign maps
The guest authentication progressing
Troubleshooting guest WLANs
Other LANs
Wired Guest networks Single vs dual WLC designs Guest LAN interfaces
Remote LANs
AP Groups
The default group
Configuring new groups
Controlling WLAN to group mappings
Using AP groups across multiple WLCs AP modes- Misc
Local mode with wIPS
Sniffer Mode
Rogue Detector mode
SE Connect mode
Monitor mode Tracking optimized monitor mode Monitor mode with wIPS
AP modes- H-REAP
Overview of H-REAP WLAN states
Local switching
Local authentication- external RADIUS
Local authentication- internal RADIUS
H-REAP groups
H-REAP failover progression
AP modes- Office Extend
Personal SSID
AP modes- Mesh
General mesh deployments
Mesh AP authentications
Wired bridging

WCS/MSE Section Overview WCS Administration
Working with the WCS service
Password recovery
Management authentication Local users RAIDUS authentication TACACS authentication
User preferences
General server settings
Background tasks
Virtual domains
Working with the dashboards
Managing devices in WCS
Wireless controllers Adding controllers Configuring controllers directly Configuring controllers via templates Configuration groups Config auditing
Lightweight APs Adding APs Configuring controllers directly Configuring controllers via templates
Autonomous APs Adding APs Configuring controllers via templates Autonomous to lightweight migrations
Adding switches
WCS Reports and alarms
Configuring reports
Scheduling reports
Viewing reports
Controlling report save locations
Working with alarms and events
Enabling Alarm emails
Tweaking alarm severities
WCS Maps
Map hierarchies
Adding a campus
Adding a building
Adding a floor
Adding an outdoor areas
Editing maps with obstacles and areas
Adding APs to maps
Controlling what is viewed on the maps
Working with the MSE service in the CLI
Running the MSE setup script
Adding an MSE to the WCS
Enabling MSE services
Synchronizing items to the MSE services
NMSP verification and troubleshooting
Configuring location tracking Defining with to track Setting limits on device categories Filtering items Tracking history Advanced tracking configurations Getting items to appear on the maps
Configuring context aware notifications
Working with wIPS General wIPS configurations Creating and editing wIPS templates Applying templates to WLCs

Voice/Video Section Overview 7925 phone overview
Radio features
Data rates
Security features
Power savings
Voice WLAN config
Best practices for voice WLAN configurations
Voice auditing tool in WCS
Option WLAN configs for voice
Global voice configs
Radio configurations for voice
CAC CAC for WMM devices CAC for SIP phones CAC for 7920 phones
EDCA profiles
QoS profiles
7925 configurations
Configuring WLANs
Call manager discovery process
EAP timers
Wireless QoS Markings
WMM UP markings
Overview of how WLCs and local mode APs mark traffic on the wired network
Overview of how H-REAP APs mark traffic on the wired network
Overview of how Autonomous APs mark traffic on the wired network
Recommendations on which markings to trust
Voice/Video on Autonomous APs
Configuring general QoS
Configuring access categories
Enabling CAC
Configuring policy maps
Defining low latency queues
Defining low latency data rates
ARP caching
Video on Unified wireless
General video WLAN recommendations
General video CAC configurations
EDCA profiles for video
Configuring VideoStream Enabling globally Defining streams Radio configurations WLAN configurations Multicast requirements

Lab Preparation and Strategy Preparation
Available study tools
Learning individual technologies
Learning technology interactions
Using practice labs
Test taking strategies
Lab day expectations
Lab details
Lab PC interface
Tips for the days leading up to the lab
Tips for the lab itself
Recommended order of operations
Section tracking
Using the proctor
What to do after the lab
Tips on increasing your speed
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