IEEE 802.11 Network Implementation

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4.1. IEEE 802.11 Network Design, Implementation, and Management

4.1.1. Identify technology roles for which WLAN technology is appropriate and describe implementation of WLAN technology in those roles

 

4.2. IEEE 802.11 Network Troubleshooting

4.2.1. Identify and explain how to solve the following WLAN implementation challenges using features available in enterprise class WLAN equipment.

 

4.3. Power over Ethernet (PoE)

4.3.1. IEEE 802.3-2012, Clause 33 Powering 802.11 devices

4.4. WLAN Architectures – Configuration, Installation and Management

4.4.1. Define, describe, and implement autonomous APs with network connectivity and common features including control, management and data planes

 

4.4.2. Define, describe, and implement WLAN controllers that use centralized and/or distributed forwarding with network connectivity and common features including control, management and data planes

 

4.4.3. Define, describe, and implement distributed and controller-less WLAN architectures with network connectivity and common features including control, management and data planes

 

4.4.4. Define, describe, and implement a WNMS that manages APs and WLAN controllers with network connectivity and common features including control, management and data planes

 

4.4.5. Define, describe, and implement a multiple channel architecture (MCA) network model

 

4.4.6. Define, describe, and implement a single channel architecture (SCA) network model

4.4.7. Define and describe alternative WLAN architectures including control, management and data planes

 

4.5. WLAN Deployment Types

 

4.5.1. Understand WLAN design and deployment considerations for commonly supported WLAN applications and devices

 

4.6. WLAN Access and Deployment Technologies

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