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Module 6: Wireless LANs

6.1 Introducing Wireless LANs
6.1.1 Wireless Data Technologies
6.1.2 Wireless LANs
6.1.3 WLANs and Other Wireless Technologies
6.1.4 WLANs and LANs
6.2 Describing Wireless LAN Topologies
6.2.1 WLAN Topologies
6.2.2 Typical WLAN Topologies
6.2.3 Roaming through Wireless Cells
6.2.4 Wireless VLAN Support
6.2.5 Wireless Mesh Networking
6.3 Explaining Wireless LAN Technology Standards
6.3.1 Unlicensed Frequency Bands
6.3.2 WLAN Regulation and Standardization
6.3.3 IEEE 802.11b Standard
6.3.4 IEEE 802.11a Standard
6.3.5 IEEE 802.11g Standard
6.3.6 802.11 Comparison
6.3.7 General Office Wireless LAN Design
6.3.8 WLAN Security
6.4 Configuring Cisco WLAN Clients
6.4.1 Cisco 802.11a/b/g WLAN Client Adapters
6.4.2 Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility Installation
6.4.3 ADU Diagnostics: Advanced Statistics
6.4.4 Cisco Aironet Site Survey Utility: Associated AP Status
6.4.5 Windows XP WLAN Configuration
6.4.6 Cisco Aironet Client Administration Utility
6.4.7 Compatible Extensions Program for WLAN Client Devices
6.5 Implementing Wireless LANs
6.5.1 Wireless Client Association
6.5.2 Lightweight Access Point Protocol
6.5.3 Describing WLAN Components
6.5.4 Cisco Unified Wireless Network
6.5.5 Cisco Aironet Access Points and Bridges
6.5.6 Power over Ethernet
6.5.7 Explaining WLAN Antennas
6.5.8 Multipath Distortion
6.5.9 Definition of a Decibel
6.5.10 Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
6.6 Configuring Wireless WLANs
6.6.1 Autonomous Access Point Configuration
6.6.2 Role of Autonomous Access Points in a Radio Network
6.6.3 Autonomous Access Point Configuration via the Web Browser
6.6.4 Lightweight WLAN Controller Configuration
6.6.5 Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Boot Menu
6.6.6 Web Wizard Initial Configuration
6.7 WLAN Lab Exercises
6.7.1 Lab 6-1 Configuring a WLAN Controller
6.7.2 Lab 6-2 Configuring a WLAN Controller via the Web Interface
6.7.3 Lab 6-3 Configuring a Wireless Client
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