CUWNBC: Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Bootcamp : Deploying Cisco Wireless LANs Basic and Advanced (WDBWL / WDAWL)

Planning Information

The duration of this course is 5 Days.


Please note, this class runs extended hours. Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Bootcamp (CUWNBC) combines WDBWL (Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs) and WDAWL (Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs) into a cohesive five day delivery. CUWNBC presents students with challenging real-world deployments such as client mobility between subnets, high client density deployments, and mesh network deployments. Students will be trained on how to make network design decisions about, configure, and troubleshoot WLANs with these challenges. The format of the course allows students and the instructor to explore realistic use cases and best practices around more challenging deployment scenarios. The course is written at software code level 7.5. WDBWL (Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs) is the first 3 days of training and WDAWL (Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs) is the last two days of class. If students would like to attend  WDBWL or WDAWL only - please contact Sunset Learning Institute for scheduling and pricing options! 

Intended Audience

This course is intended for IT engineers or administrators who need to know the fundamentals about planning, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining a basic Cisco Wireless LAN infrastructure. This includes installers, SEs, Field Engineers, technical support professionals, network managers, security team members, and administrators.

At Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Successfully plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor and maintain basic Cisco Wireless LAN solutions in a customer enterprise environment Configure autonomous, unified, and FlexConnect architectures Configure all base feature sets, including wireless security Administer the WLAN network Maintain and troubleshoot basic wireless networks Describe the steps involved in client mobility at layer 2 and the differences involved in client mobility at layer 3 Discuss the challenges faced in providing a quality user experience in a high density wireless network deployment scenario Differentiate the operational characteristics of, and implement, a wireless MESH architecture 


Prior to taking this course, it is recommended that students have the following knowledge and skills: Prior completion of Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials course or equivalent work experience (recommended) Basic networking skills RF/Wireless field experience (helpful).


There are two kits for this class - WBAWL &WDAWL You will receive different access codes for both kits

Course Outline

Module 1: Review of CUCM and Overview of New Features

Module 2: Understanding End-User Implementation Options

Lesson 1: Implementing End Users in CUCM Including LDAP Integration

Lesson 2: Review of Cisco IP Phones and SCCP and SIP Signaling

Lesson 3: Universal Device and Line Templates and Feature Group Templates

Module 3: Dial Plan Architecture

Lesson 1: H.323 and SIP Protocols and Signaling

Lesson 2: Local Route Groups

Lesson 3: Inbound Calls Routing in a Multisite Environment

Lesson 4: Implementing Survivable Remote Site Telephony

Lesson 5: Implementing Cisco Unified SCCP SRST

Lesson 6: Implementing SIP SRST

Lesson 7: Implementing Communications Manager Express in SRST Mode

Module 4: Intersite and Intercluster Calling Architecture and Features

Lesson 1: Locations-Based Call Admission Control and AAR

Lesson 2: Media Resource Implementation (DSPs)

Lesson 3: Native Call Queuing

Lesson 4: Configuring Intercluster Enhanced Locations Call Admission Control

Lesson 5: Configuring Tail End Hop Off

Module 5: Implementation of Features and Applications for Multisite Deployments

Lesson 1: Implementing Cisco Extension Mobility

Lesson 2: Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility   

Lesson 3: Implementing Device Mobility

Module 6: Tools & Troubleshooting 

Lesson 1: BAT Tips and Tricks

Lesson 2: Planning Firmware Upgrades

Lesson 3: Reading Common Voice IOS Debug Output

Lesson 4: Reading RTMT Trace Files


Lab 2-0: Preparing the Lab Environment

Lab 2-1: Configuring LDAP Integration

Lab 2-2: Implementing Site-Specific Device Pools

Lab 2-3: Building SCCP Phones using the Self-Provisioning IVR

Lab 2-4: Building SIP Phones

Lab 3-1: Implementing Basic Multisite Connections

Lab 3-2: Building Line/Device Class of Service

Lab 3-3: Implementing Call Routing in a Multisite Environment

Lab 3-4: Configuring Inbound Calling in a Multisite Environment

Lab 3-5: Implementing SCCP and SIP SRST

Lab 4-1: Implementing CAC and AAR

Lab 4-2: Implementing Media Resources

Lab 4-3: Configuring Hunting with Native Call Queuing

Lab 4-4: Configure Intercluster Dialing over a SIP Intercluster Trunk

Lab 4-5: Configure Intercluster Locations-Based Call Admission Control

Lab 4-6: Implementing Tail-End Hopoff (TEHO)

Lab 5-1: Configure Extension Mobility

Lab 5-2: Configure Device Mobility

Lab 5-3: Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility

Lab 6-1: BAT Tips and Trick

Lab 6-2: Planning Firmware Upgrades

Lab 6-3: Reading Common Voice IOS Debug Output

Lab 6-4: Reading RTMT Trace Files Optional Additional Labs

Lab A1: Extension Mobility Cross Cluster

Lab A2: Generating CUCM CAR Tool Reports 

This course is also available for private training. Please contact us at 610-321-3500 to learn more.
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