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Extreme Networks - SWM-300/2

Course: Summit WM3000 Series Operation and Configuration
Length: 2 days
Price: $1,250.00
  Currently, there are no scheduled dates for this course.

Course Description

This course provides instructor-led lectures and hands-on laboratory exercises on Summitฎ WM3000 series wireless product configuration, including the following topics: antennas, wireless clustering, and implementing supported wireless security services.


Intended Audience

This course is designed for individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the Extreme Networksฎ wireless solution. This course is a prerequisite for Extreme Networks Specialist-Wireless (ENS-W) level certification.


Course Prerequisites

A student must have a working familiarity of LAN concepts, including Ethernet and TCP/IP networking. Experience configuring network devices is recommended. Additionally, completing the following courses and exams are recommended:

• Extreme Networks Certified Design Professional (ECDP) course and certification (for partners only)

• Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) training and certification (third-party course available through CWNA)

• Extreme Networks Associate (ENA) and Extreme Networks Specialist (ENS) certification


Course Objectives

At the end of this course, the students will be able to:

• Identify the components of the Summit WM3000 series wireless solution

• Differentiate between antenna types and use cases

• Discuss licensing concepts and regulatory domains

• Configure a Summit WM3000 series wireless network

• Demonstrate the benefits of clustering

• Secure the wireless-wired network

• Differentiate between VoWLAN, Mesh, Hotspot, and RTLS Services


Course Outline

• Course Introduction

• Technical Overview

• Antenna Types and Uses

• Licensing

• Configuration

• Clustering

• Security for the Wireless-wired Network

• Services: VoWLAN, Mesh, Hotspot, and RTLS