Hello Mr. Wong et al, I was trying to find material on the most practical application and troubleshooting of wireless concepts. Is there anything in addition to the episodes in the "Cisco CCNP Enterprise ENCOR (350-401)" that is recommended for someone who really needs to become proficient in this skill set? Additionally, I would also like to know if there are any Practice Labs that would complement the related episodes. If ITPro TV has something that is also more vendor neutral all the better for my studies. Your direction is very much appreciated!
Tech Skills - Wireless
We have certainly been discussing adding more wireless to the library! We shall see what 2020 is to bring!
There is a bunch of wireless covered in our Network+ course by the great Wes Byran.
For hands on labs, I use CML, Packet Tracer, and EVE-NG. All have their place!
Don't forget- you have killer real lab gear pods available at ITProTV. They are technically for the old CCNP - but most of the labs still perfectly apply!
Plus because they are real gear pods - you can go nuts practicing whatever on those physical topologies.
Thank you very much Mr. Sequeira! I sincerely appreciate the great references to investigate. Would you be able to provide more specific wireless examples of the three emulation and how they compare as an instructional tool?
May I ask, are you saying the legacy CCNP labs? If so, can I beg you to direct me to which ones since there are several CCNP courses in the legacy category.
My objective is to really to only focus on the IT field service technician's practical tech-skills and troubleshooting processes. I already have way too much theory clogging up my brain. I am looking for training similar to what Ekahau provides but I don't have the budget to shell out the several thousands of dollars on learning wireless only. If ITPro TV can develop an equivalent level of training on wireless with hand-on (not desktop) tech skills, that would be really awesome and meaningful!