Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation 6.4 Rev 16.41

3 Days

Description

Using lectures and labs, the Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation (SWDI) course leverages concepts introduced in the Implementing Aruba WLAN course (01060303) to advance your expertise in building complex networks. This course teaches you new skills based upon the Aruba Campus Wireless Networks Validated Reference Design for network design and redundancy. In this course, you will learn about Aruba’s firewall features such as policy design, authentication, role derivation, and more. This course prepares you to design and implement complex networks using Aruba’s Remote APs and multi-controller environments.

Related Certifications: ACMA / ACMP  

Related Exams:  HPE6-A27, HPE6-A29

Audience: All students attending SWDI need to have completed the IAW course and/or achieved the ACMA certification, and have the ability to provision an Aruba controller with multiple SSIDs, captive portal, and 802.1X.

Objectives:

This hands-on course provides the knowledge and experience required to install and use the AirWave Wireless Management Suite: AirWave Management Platform (AMP), RAPIDS, and Visual RF. Structured labs provide students individual time with the AMP server and a series of exercises that progress from monitoring single-vendor networks to the configuration and reporting of complex, multi-vendor networks. Students also learn how to integrate AirWave products into an existing network. The course is WLAN vendor neutral and assumes a heterogeneous network.

Upcoming Classes

Virtual Classroom Live
November 13, 2017

$2,400.00
3 Days    10:00am EST - 6:00pm EST
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Private Training Available
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Course Overview

  • Aruba architecture review:
    • The Aruba solution
    • Aruba architecture and network design
    • AP groups •Lab equipment review
    • Lab: Mobility controller setup Wizard
    • Lab: Install licenses
    • Lab: Configure and test WLANs Wired access:
    • Secure Jack
    • Wired Multiplexers
    • Configuring Secure Jack operation
    • Lab: Configuring Secure Jack on AP and controller
    • Lab: Set up port policies and VLAN policies. RAP review:
    • RAP introduction–New platform–RAP2 and RAP5 deployment–Pre-staging certificate RAPs–Zero touch deployments–Post deployment–RAP uplink bandwidth reservation–Content Security Service (CSS).
    • RAP local client access.
    • Troubleshooting.
    • Lab: Create ap group RAP for remote AP.
    • Lab: Create split-tunnel policy and assign it.
    • Lab: Populate whitelist.
    • Lab: Provision the RAP2 .
    • Lab: Test RAP configuration.
  • Virtual Internet Access (VIA):
    • VIA introduction.
    • Configuration.
    • VIA requirements and installation.
    • VIA operations.
    • Troubleshooting.
    • Lab: Configure VIA access on controller.
    • Lab: Set up VIA client on laptop.
    • Lab: Test VIA access.Site-to-Site VPN:
    • Site-to-Site overview.
    • Configuration.
    • Troubleshooting.
    • Lab: Build VPN between controllers. Master/local operation:
    • Master/local benefits.
    • Inter-controller IPSec.
    • Controller-specific AP groups.
    • Multi-controller AP configuration.
    • VLAN pooling.
    • Named VLANs.
    • AP termination.
    • Remote node operations.
    • Lab: Reprovisioning controllers for master/local operation.
    • Lab: Reprovisioning APs for master/local operation. Mobility:
    • 802.11 mobility review.
    • Single-controller vs. multi-controller.
    • L2 vs. L3 mobility.
    • Understanding mobility domains.
    • Configuring mobility domains.
    • Lab: Configure L3 mobility and the home agent table.
  • Master redundancy:
    • Understanding master redundancy.
    • Master redundancy DB synchronization.
    • Configuring master redundancy and VRRP.
    • Lab: Backup your controller’s configuration.
    • Lab: Configure VRRP between the two controllers.
    • Lab: Configure master redundancy.
    • Lab: View master synchronization and test the redundancy operation. Local redundancy:
    • Types of AP redundancy.
    • Understanding N+1 redundancy.
    • Understanding active-active redundancy using VRRP.
    • Lab: Configuring local redundancy using active-active and VRRP.
    • Lab: Test failover scenario. Wireless intrusion prevention:
    • L1 attacks.
    • L2 attacks.
    • Rogue detection and containment.
    • Threats and countermeasures.
    • DoS attacks .
    • Surveillance.
    • Impersonation/Man-in-the-Middle.
    • Unauthorized device detection and containment.
    • Access Monitor.
    • Best practice.
    • Management of IDS events.
    • Rogue AP detection, location, and containment.
    • Lab: Air Monitor group creation and provisioning.
    • Lab: Rogue containment.
    • RFProtect:
    • RFProtect features.
    • Access Points and Air Monitors.
    • Creating Air Monitors.
    • Rogue AP detection, location, and containment.
    • Rogue classification
    • Configuring rule -based classification
    • L3 Rogue classification
    • Configuring containment
    • Wireless client containment. 
    • Wired containment.
    • Threats and countermeasures.
    • Configuring IDS using Wizard.
    • Web UI monitoring.
    • IDS events logging.
    • Lab: Air Monitor group creation and provisioning.
    • Lab: Rogue containment. Mesh:
    • Mesh operations.
    • Mesh solutions.
    • Mesh clusters.
    • Configuration of Mesh portals, Mesh points.
    • Remote Mesh portal.
    • Mesh troubleshooting.
    • Lab: Set up a Mesh network.

Upcoming Classes

Virtual Classroom Live
November 13, 2017

$2,400.00
3 Days    10:00am EST - 6:00pm EST
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Private Training Available
No date scheduled, don’t see a date that works for you or looking for a private training event, please call 651-905-3729 or submit a request for further information here.
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Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Basic WLAN terminology and concepts
  • Knowledge of wired and wireless networking design and operations
  • Experience installing network monitoring software.

Upcoming Classes

Virtual Classroom Live
November 13, 2017

$2,400.00
3 Days    10:00am EST - 6:00pm EST
view class details and enroll
Private Training Available
No date scheduled, don’t see a date that works for you or looking for a private training event, please call 651-905-3729 or submit a request for further information here.
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