Aruba Design Fundamentals

Institut: ETC - Enterprise Training Center GmbH
Bereich: Technik, EDV, Telekommunikation

Kursbeschreibung

This course provides you the fundamental knowledge for an Aruba network design. This course will teach you the Aruba product lines to help you design an Aruba network with the assistance of a senior designer. This course teaches you how to read a customer request and extract information you need to design a wired and wireless network. You’ll learn how to use VRF, a tool that helps you determine the wireless coverage needs. You will also learn how to use IRIS to create a BOM for wired and wireless equipment and a basic network diagram. This course is approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands on lab exercises.

After you successfully complete this course, expect to be able to:
  • Show familiarity with the Aruba product line for network design
  • Discuss the different WLAN organizations that set wireless network standards
  • Explain how RF bands and different channels influence network connectivity & stability
  • Speak to RF design basics, antenna usage & antenna network transmission fundamentals
  • Speak to RF transmit power levels and WLAN mobility concepts
  • Ask the right questions needed to create a new network.
  • Decipher relevant information from discussing customer pain points.
  • Understand the different frame rack units (RU) and types of equipment racks.
  • Understand cable requirements and limitations.
  • Choose the correct transceiver for your fiber link types.
  • Use and understand the basic concepts of IRIS.
  • Use IRIS sites and groups.
  • Add, copy, paste new devices in IRIS.
  • Connect devices together
  • Produce a Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Setup Visual RF and show your network topology
  • Understand how to plan a new network in VRF
  • Show familiarity with the different types of APs
  • Show understanding of the different types of mounting brackets to address different mounting needs.
  • Show familiarity with outdoor and ruggedized APs
  • Show familiarity with the various mounting options
  • Review/explain the list of antennas that can be used for the APs
  • Show familiarity with various types of Mobility Controllers and their capacities
  • Explain license requirements
  • Show an understanding of cable types and their limitations
  • Show familiarity with the different types of switches
  • Explain the switches capabilities
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This course provides you the fundamental knowledge for an Aruba network design. This course will teach you the Aruba product lines to help you design an Aruba network with the assistance of a senior designer. This course teaches you how to read a customer request and extract information you need to design a wired and wireless network. You’ll learn how to use VRF, a tool that helps you determine the wireless coverage needs. You will also learn how to use IRIS to create a BOM for wired and wireless equipment and a basic network diagram. This course is approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands on lab exercises.

After you successfully complete this course, expect to be able to:
  • Show familiarity with the Aruba product line for network design
  • Discuss the different WLAN organizations that set wireless network standards
  • Explain how RF bands and different channels influence network connectivity & stability
  • Speak to RF design basics, antenna usage & antenna network transmission fundamentals
  • Speak to RF transmit power levels and WLAN mobility concepts
  • Ask the right questions needed to create a new network.
  • Decipher relevant information from discussing customer pain points.
  • Understand the different frame rack units (RU) and types of equipment racks.
  • Understand cable requirements and limitations.
  • Choose the correct transceiver for your fiber link types.
  • Use and understand the basic concepts of IRIS.
  • Use IRIS sites and groups.
  • Add, copy, paste new devices in IRIS.
  • Connect devices together
  • Produce a Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Setup Visual RF and show your network topology
  • Understand how to plan a new network in VRF
  • Show familiarity with the different types of APs
  • Show understanding of the different types of mounting brackets to address different mounting needs.
  • Show …
Beginn
12.12.2022
Ende
14.12.2022
Uhrzeit
ca 09:00 - 16:00 Uhr
Dauer
21.0 LE
Ort
ETC-Wien
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Weitere Termine Standort Kosten
30.01.2023 - 01.02.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
13.02.2023 - 15.02.2023 (zum Kurs) brainymotion München € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
20.03.2023 - 22.03.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
12.04.2023 - 14.04.2023 (zum Kurs) brainymotion FRA-Eschborn € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
15.05.2023 - 17.05.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
22.05.2023 - 24.05.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
10.07.2023 - 12.07.2023 (zum Kurs) brainymotion München € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
11.09.2023 - 13.09.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
18.09.2023 - 20.09.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
23.10.2023 - 25.10.2023 (zum Kurs) brainymotion FRA-Eschborn € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
04.12.2023 - 06.12.2023 (zum Kurs) ETC-Wien € 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
E-Mail
Kontakt
Patrick Gartner
Straße
Modecenterstrasse 22/Office 4
PLZ
1030
Ort
Wien
Land
Österreich
Bundesland
Wien
Fax
01/533 17 77-85
The following knowledge is recommended for this seminar: no previous knowledge is required for this seminar
Zielgruppe
Ideal candidate for this course: Typical candidates for this course are IT Associate who want to learn about the Aruba products and the tools used to help design a network.
Kosten
€ 2.500
exkl. 20% MwSt
Kursnummer
ADF

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