CCIE Wireless Bootcamp Class for v3.1

The CCIE Wireless Bootcamp Class is a 5-day instructor-led course that is indented to teach and reinforce the the foundational topics of the CCIE wireless lab.  Through a healthy dose of lecture, Q&A, and hands-on practice we will cover all 6 sections of the v3.1 lab blueprint.  Throughout the class, students will have uninterrupted access to their own personal rack of equipment that they will use to complete labs that were specifically written for the class.  These labs are unique from those in our self-study workbooks.

This class is designed to help ensure that you understand the technologies covered in the lab exam.  The class moves at a fast pace, and can include long hours.  In order to get the most out of the class, we recommend that you are already familiar with the material covered in Network Dojo’s Workbook Vol 1, and Lab Video Series 1.  Scroll down to see more details, such as the class outline and schedule.  Be sure to also check out our class bundles for big savings when combined with other products.

Price: $2999   Add To Cart  

Bootcamp Class also available in the following bundles:
2 Class Bundle $4999
Platinum + 1 Class Bundle $5499
Platinum + 2 Class Bundle $6499

Upcoming CCIE Wireless Bootcamp Classes

July 9-13, 2018 – Location: Online

August 13-17, 2018 – Bloomington, MN at the Homewood Suites

September 24-28, 2018 – Location: Online

November 5-9, 2018 – Bloomington, MN at the Homewood Suites

January 14-18, 2018 – Location: Online

February 25 – March 1, 2018 – Bloomington, MN

April 8-12, 2018 – Location: Online

May 13-17, 2018 – Bloomington, MN

Daily Schedule/Syllabus

Class starts each day at 9:00 Central time (for online classes) or 9:00 AM local time (for in-person classes)

Monday

  • Introductions
  • Network Infrastructure
    • Layer 2
    • Unicast Routing
    • Multicast Routing
    • Security
    • Services
  • Identity Services Engine- Part 1
    • Understanding the RADIUS Process Flow
    • Configuring Basic Authentications
    • Supporting EAP methods
    • AAA Overrides

Tuesday

  • Autonomous APs
    • Traffic Flows
    • SSIDs
    • Workgroup Bridges
    • Root/Non-Root Bridges
    • Radios
    • Services
    • QoS
  • Unified Wireless (Centralized and Mobility Express)
    • Basic Setup and Interfaces
    • Converged Access Architecture
    • AP Discoveries, Joins, and HA/Failovers

Wednesday

  • Unified Wireless (Centralized and Mobility Express)
    • Management Configurations
    • Security Configurations
    • Wireless/Radio Configurations
    • Controller/Services Configurations
    • WLANs
    • FlexConnect APs
    • Mesh APs

Thursday

  • Identity Services Engine- Part 2
    • CWA Portals and WLANs
    • Client Profiling
  • Prime Infrastructure and CMX
    • PI- Admin Settings and Management
    • PI- Device Management
    • PI- Configuration Templates and Auditing
    • PI- Additional Features
    • CMX/MSE Management
    • CMX- Location
    • CMX- Analytics

Friday

  • Media Applications
    • Wireless QoS
    • Voice Configurations
    • FastLane and Adaptive Fast Transition
    • The Jabber Client
    • VideoStream
    • AVC
    • mDNS/Bonjour Services
  • Lab Preparation Tips

 

CCIE Wireless Bootcamp Rack Topology

The racks used in the bootcamp class are different than the racks used for our self-study materials.  While we could have chosen to use our regular racks for bootcamp classes, that would have caused the racks to regularly be unavailable to those not attending class who wanted to rent them.  We didn’t feel that was acceptable as it would have impacted study schedules too significantly.  Our class rack topology shown below allowed us to create racks specifically to allow students to practice the critical lab technologies, while not impacting normal rack rentals and keeping class costs to a minimum.

Racks include a pair of 3650 switches, a 5508 and 2504 WLC for AireOS practice, an 1830 AP for Mobility Express, and all of the servers used in the lab.

 

CCIE Wireless Bootcamp Topology