Enterprise Wi-Fi Administration (CWNA)
Administrators: network, systems, infrastructure, security, and LAN/WLANsSupport professionals: technical assistance and field supportDesigners: network, systems, and infrastructureDevelopers: wireless software and hardware productsConsultants and integrators: IT and securityDecision makers: infrastructure managers, IT managers, security directors, chief security officers, and chief technology officersCCNAs
Enterprise Wi-Fi Fundamentals (CWTS)
Wi-Fi sales professionals, project managers, and networkers new to Wi-Fi
IPv6 Foundations: Protocols, Services, and Migration
Networking professionals who are considering or making the migration from IPv4 to IPv6 protocol-based network environments.
MTA: Networking Fundamentals
Business or IT professionals, technical sales people, project managers, business analysts, or IT management who need to understand networking fundamentals and work closely with network professionals
SDN Fundamentals: The Future of Networking
Those interested in a high-level understanding of what SDN is and how it will change your business and the networking landscape
SDN Planning Workshop: Demystifying Vendor Solutions
Those interested in exploring vendor options for SDN
Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization
System engineersNetwork engineersArchitectsData center architects
Anyone who is responsible for designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining TCP/IP networks or who needs to understand TCP/IP protocol structures and functions will benefit from this course. This course also provides excellent preparation for more advanced networking training.
Tellabs: 1100 Optical LAN Operations, Provisioning, and Maintenance
Network operations professionalsIndividuals responsible for operating, provisioning, maintaining, and monitoring a Tellabs Optical LAN system.
Tellabs: Optical LAN Network, Design, and Planning
Network engineers responsible for designing and planning networks for the Tellabs 1100 Optical LAN
Understanding Networking Fundamentals
New IT professionals who want to learn the basics of a structured, layered approach to networking, including the fundamentals of network hardware and components, network protocols, IP addressing and subnetting, and various tools used in network monitoring and troubleshooting. Ideal candidates include:Entry-level and newly hired technical professionals, including PC support, help desk, and networking professionalsSales and marketing professionals looking to increase their ability to communicate with technical professionals and increase salesTechnical professionals looking to strengthen core skill before pursuing advanced topics and certifications
Professionals who use UNIX-based systems and applications
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