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Author: Ken Chipps

Focus: CCNA & CCIE R&S;

Issue Date: Mar 26, 2023

Lab 1 Abstract
Lab 1 - LAN Wireless Extension
Lab 2 Abstract
Lab 2 - P2P Antenna Selection and Mounting
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How to Implement Wireless Networks

This Study Guide looks at the common tasks a CCNA-level person would be expected to do as part of a wireless network installation. These tasks include the site survey, deployment planning, installation, and management of the wireless equipment.

The focus of the how-to Tutorial is on a typical wireless extension to a wired local area network in an office building. Then, the differences that occur when this type of network is deployed in a warehouse are covered. Finally, the changes required when the network connection is outside are illustrated by a point-to-point campus area network link.

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