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Module 6: Implement Wireless Scalability

6.1 Implementing WLAN QoS
6.1.1 A Standard for WLAN QoS
6.1.2 WLAN QoS Description
6.1.3 WLAN QoS RF Backoff Timing
6.1.4 Lightweight Access Point—Split MAC Architecture
6.1.5 WLAN QoS Challenges
6.1.6 WLAN QoS Implementation
6.1.7 Packet Tagging
6.1.8 WLAN QoS Configuration
6.2 Introducing Wireless Security
6.2.1 The Need for WLAN Security
6.2.2 802.11 WEP
6.2.3 WLAN Authentication
6.2.4 Cisco Enhanced 802.11 WEP Security
6.2.5 802.1x Overview
6.2.6 LEAP
6.2.7 EAP-FAST
6.2.8 EAP-TLS
6.2.9 PEAP
6.2.10 Wi-Fi Protected Access
6.2.11 WPA Issues
6.3 Managing WLANs
6.3.1 Cisco Unified Wireless Network
6.3.2 Cisco WLAN Implementation and Components
6.3.3 CiscoWorks WLSE for the Autonomous WLAN Solution
6.3.4 Simplified CiscoWorks WLSE Express Setup
6.3.5 CiscoWorks WLSE Benefits
6.3.6 Cisco WCS for the LWLAN Solution
6.3.7 Cisco WCS Software Features
6.3.8 Cisco WCS User Interface
6.3.9 Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
6.4 Deploying Cisco WCS
6.4.1 Cisco WCS Configuration Example
6.4.2 Adding a Cisco Wireless LAN Controller to Cisco WCS
6.4.3 Configuring a Cisco Access Point
6.4.4 Adding a Campus Map to the Cisco WCS Database
6.4.5 Adding New Building to the Cisco WCS Database
6.4.6 Rogue Access Point Detection
6.4.7 Rogue Access Point Location
6.5 Configuring Encryption and Authentication on Lightweight Access Points
6.5.1 Configuring Open Authentication
6.5.2 Configuring Static WEP Key Authentication
6.5.3 Configuring WPA Preshared Key
6.5.4 Configuring Web Authentication
6.5.5 Customizing the Web Login Page
6.5.6 Configuring 802.1x Authentication
6.5.7 Configuring WPA with 802.1x
6.5.8 WPA2
6.6 WLAN Lab Exercises
6.6.1 Lab 6.1 Configuring a WLAN Controller
6.6.2 Lab 6.2 Configuring a WLAN Controller via the Web Interface
6.6.3 Lab 6.3 Configuring a Wireless Client
6.6.4 Lab 6.4 Configuring WPA Security with Preshared Keys
6.6.5 Lab 6.5 Configuring LEAP
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