GigaWave Technologies, a wireless technologies and techniques training provider, is now offering a high-level, two-day course called “Managing Your WLAN With the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine (WLSE),” This Cisco Aironet wireless class, which is focused solely on WLSE, provides participants with training around installation, configuration, management, maintenance and troubleshooting the CiscoWorks WLSE.
The course is aimed at technical engineers, network integrators and technical sales professionals who want to design, install, support and sell the CiscoWorks WLSE. After finishing the class, attendees will be able to implement and arrange WLSE and devices that work with that product. “The WLSE class basically takes an attendee from the beginning to the end: in other words, opening the box, setting it up, configuring it for the initial time, defining configurations for your wireless LANs, setting up profiles and configuring WLSE to be able to manage a wireless LAN network,” said Charles Sablatura, vice president of training services at GigaWave. “It’s two days, but very little of that is lecture. Most of that is spent in labs.”
The hands-on lab also will allow attendees to perform tasks like device discovery, inventory polling and grouping, wireless device configuration management, firmware management, access-point configuration and configuration archival, setup and monitoring of fault and security policies, generation of fault and management reports, setup and running of radio management features and WLSE troubleshooting.
Students in the course will receive instruction in a couple of ways, Sablatura said. “We do that through coaching as well as lab guides. The student gets a student coach that covers all of the course content that we go through. They also have a student lab guide that is basically a complete script of how to go through the labs, so they can repeat the process later.”
The “Managing Your WLAN With The CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine (WLSE)” course, along with all of GigaWave’s wireless classes, are delivered to various sites throughout North America, said Chris Marco, president of GigaWave. Check the company’s Web site to find out about times, dates and locations
For more information, see http://www.giga-wave.com.