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Controller-Based Wireless LAN Fundamentals: An End-To-End Reference Guide to Design, Deploy, Manage, and Secure 802.11 Wireless Networks (Fundamentals)by Jake Woodhams
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Controller-Based Wireless LAN Fundamentals
An end-to-end reference guide to design, deploy, manage, and secure 802.11 wireless networks
As wired networks are increasingly replaced with 802.11n wireless connections, enterprise users are shifting to centralized, next-generation architectures built around Wireless LAN Controllers (WLC). These networks will increasingly run business-critical voice, data, and video applications that once required wired Ethernet.
In Controller-Based Wireless LAN Fundamentals, three senior Cisco wireless experts bring together all the practical and conceptual knowledge professionals need to confidently design, configure, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot 802.11n networks with Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN) technologies.
The authors first introduce the core principles, components, and advantages of next-generation wireless networks built with Cisco offerings. Drawing on their pioneering experience, the authors present tips, insights, and best practices for network design and implementation as well as detailed configuration examples.
Next, they illuminate key technologies ranging from WLCs to Lightweight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) and Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP), Fixed Mobile Convergence to WiFi Voice. They also show how to take advantage of the CUWN’s end-to-end security, automatic configuration, self-healing, and integrated management capabilities.
This book serves as a practical, hands-on reference for all network administrators, designers, and engineers through the entire project lifecycle, and an authoritative learning tool for new wireless certification programs. This is the only book that
This book is part of the Cisco Press® Fundamentals Series. Books in this series introduce networking professionals to new networking technologies, covering network topologies, sample deployment concepts, protocols, and management techniques.
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As wired networks are increasingly replaced with wireless connections based on the new 802.11n standard, the enterprise wireless market is shifting to centralized, next-generation architectures that utilize wireless controllers. These networks will run business-critical voice, data, and video applications that formerly required wired Ethernet. In this book, two senior Cisco wireless experts bring together all the practical and conceptual knowledge professionals need to confidently design, configure, deploy, manage, and troubleshoot these advanced wireless networks with Cisco Unified Wireless Network technologies. The authors first introduce the core principles, components, and advantages of next-generation wireless networks built with Cisco technologies. Drawing on their pioneering experience, they present tips, insights, and best practices for network design and implementation, as well as detailed configuration examples. They illuminate key technologies ranging from wireless controllers to LWAPP and CAPWAP, 802.11n, Fixed Mobile Convergence, and WiFi Voice. The authors also show how to take advantage of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network's end-to-end security features; and simplify management by using its automatic configuration, self-healing, and integrated management capabilities. This book will serve as a practical, hands-on reference for the entire project lifecycle, as well as an authoritative comprehensive learning tool for new wireless certification programs.
About the Author
Jeff Smith has been implementing telecom solutions for over 20 years, with the past seven years focused exclusively on WiFi network design and security. Smith is currently a Consulting Systems Engineer in Cisco’s Advanced Technologies Wireless Group, where he designs and implements wireless networks for Cisco System's customers. A certified wireless network expert, he holds CISSP certification. Both authors often teach advanced wireless networking topics within Cisco. Jake Woodhams is a Senior Manager, Technical Marketing in Cisco’s Wireless Networking Business Unit. In this role, he is responsible for technical product definition and systems architecture, focusing on Cisco’s Unified Wireless LAN architecture. He’s been working with wireless technology inside Cisco for 6.5 years and has an intimate knowledge of the protocols and products in the Cisco Wireless portfolio. As a writer, he’s the author of numerous whitepapers and design and deployment guides as well as several contributed articles. Robert Marg is a Wireless Consulting Systems Engineer in Cisco Systems Wireless Business Unit. As a technical leader in wireless, Robert is responsible for designing and assisting in deploying large scale wireless architectures across a breadth of Cisco’s Customers. Prior to his role as a Wireless Consulting Systems Engineer, Robert spent time as a member of the Federal, Public Sector, Enterprise and Commercial Sales Organizations as a Systems Engineer helping customers solve business challenges with technical solutions. Mr. Marg holds a Bachelors degree in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin Madison. As a writer, Robert has been the author of numerous whitepapers and just finished technical editing the CCNA Exam Cert Guide for Cisco Press.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - The Need for Controller-based Wireless Networks
Chapter 2 - CUWN Protocols
Chapter 3 - 802.11n
Chapter 4 - CUWN Security
Chapter 5 - Design Considerations
Chapter 6 - Common Architectures
Chapter 7 - Troubleshooting
Chapter 8 - WCS
Chapter 9 - Advanced Topics
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