It is imperative that you ensure wireless clients can successfully connect to a wireless infrastructure, including correct client authentication and encryption. In this course, you will understand how to connect various clients to a network.
Clients need to know they can successfully and safely connect to their wireless network. In this course, Configuration of Client Connectivity for Cisco WIFUND (200-355), you will gain knowledge of wireless security and authentication methods. First, you will learn the different methods used to secure a wireless network, including Open, WEP, and WPA. Next, you will discover how to authenticate users to your corporate network with RADIUS and how to authenticate your company guests to an acceptable-use portal. Finally, you will learn how to configure clients to connect to a wireless network and provide traffic prioritization for different use cases. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of wireless security and client authentication needed for the CCNA Wireless WIFUND (200-355) exam.
Andrew has been in IT for 12 years, holding positions ranging from Systems Administrator, to Senior Network Engineer, to IT Manager as well as consulting for many years. He has been educating in IT for about 5 years in various mediums including as a Cisco Academy Instructor.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Andrew Crouthamel, and welcome to my course, Configuration of Client Connectivity for Cisco WIFUND (200-355). I'm a senior network engineer and educator. This course is an introduction to wireless authentication and client connections to wireless networks. This is course five of seven in the CCNA Wireless learning path. Some of the major topics include wireless security concerns, including authentication and encryption methods, utilizing RADIUS and QoS to enhance your wireless network, implementing guest networks to securely separate third parties from your corporate or production wireless network, and finally, configuration of clients so they may access wireless networks. By the end of this course, you will learn how to properly configure wireless network security and guest access. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with basic network technology or have your CCNA certification. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into the rest of the CCNA Wireless learning path. I hope you'll join me in this journey to learn about wireless security and guest network with the Configuration of Client Connectivity for Cisco WIFUND (200-355) course at Pluralsight.