Understanding Wireless LANs
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Local Wireless Services (10 topics)
- Technologies and Terms
- Key Wireless Standard Options
- Wireless Architecture
- Different IEEE standard options
- Integration with LANs
- Ad Hoc connection
- WEP, WPA, 802.11i, 802.11x
- <b>Hands-on Exercise 1: Configuring Ad-hoc Connections</b>
- In this exercise attendees configure machines to communicate directly point to point
Configuring Access Points and Routers (4 topics)
- Access Point Components
- Configuring an Access Point
- <b>Hands-on Exercise 2: Setting up an infrastructure with Access Points</b>
- In this exercise attendees will configure a wireless router and an access point to learn about the different options available including SSID, Security options and Channel Allocation
Mobile Quality of Service (10 topics)
- Radio Principles
- Planning cells
- Channel Allocation
- Physical Services
- Frequency use
- Overlapping channels
- Noise and signal strength
- Operating Speeds and standards
- <b>Hands-on Exercise 3: Wireless Performance</b>
- In this exercise we will identify the throughput and error rate achievable for different configurations deploying different channels and speed options.
Mobile Multimedia (6 topics)
- Attraction of mobile local telephony
- Voice and data compared
- Voice performance profile
- Quality issues for voice, music and video
- <b>Hands-on Exercise 4: Mobile Multimedia Services</b>
- In this exercise we will use wireless services to deliver multimedia and identify the problems in achieving this.
Coverage Service Planning (11 topics)
- Site Surveys
- Tools to use
- How to affect coverage
- Increasing/reducing range
- Reducing spill-over into public areas
- Cell structure planning
- Bridging and repeating
- Connecting Portal Services for Hot-spots
- Testing and troubleshooting
- <b>Hands-on Exercise 5: Site Survey and Fault Isolation</b>
- A set of access points will be configured and students will use Netstumbler to view the connected networks and discover other networks near-by. Attendees will measure the coverage parameters and record potential data rates.
Planning A WiFi Service (7 topics)
- Defining the Service requirements
- Selecting Routers and Access Points
- Deploying bridges between buildings
- Routing and Fire-walling
- Monitoring and managing the service
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