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400-351 CCIE Wireless

Exam Number 400-351
Associated Certifications CCIE Wireless
Duration 120 minutes (90-110 questions)
Available Languages English

The Cisco CCIE Wireless Written Exam is a 2-hour test that will validate that a wireless engineer has the expertise to plan, design, implement, operate, and troubleshoot complex enterprise WLAN networks.

Review exam topics v3.0 (Recommended for candidates scheduled to take the exam before November 8, 2017)
Review exam topics v3.1 (Recommended for candidates scheduled to take the exam on November 8, 2017 and beyond)

Exam Description
The Cisco CCIE® Wireless Version 3.1 exam unifies written and lab exam topics documents into a unique curriculum, while explicitly disclosing which domains pertain to which exam, and the relative weight of each domain.

The Cisco CCIE® Wireless Written Exam (400-351) is a two-hour test with 90−110 questions that assesses and validates wireless expertise at the highest level. Candidates who pass the CCIE Wireless written exam demonstrate broad theoretical knowledge of wireless networking at enterprise level, including a solid understanding of wireless local area networking (WLAN) technologies, and the ability to design, implement, and troubleshoot complex wireless solutions. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

An Evolving Technologies section is included in the Written exam only. It will enable candidates to bridge their core technology expertise with knowledge of the evolving technologies that are being adopted at an accelerated pace, such as Cloud, Network Programmability, and IoT.

The Cisco CCIE® Wireless Lab Exam is an eight-hour, hands-on exam which requires candidates to configure, diagnose, and troubleshoot a series of complex network scenarios. The candidate will need to understand how the network and service components interoperate, and how the functional requirements translate into specific device configurations. Knowledge of troubleshooting is an important skill and candidates are expected to diagnose and solve issues as part of the CCIE lab exam. The candidate will not configure all end-user systems; however, the candidate will be responsible for all devices residing in the network.

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.

1.0 Plan and Design WLAN Technologies 16%

1.1 Describe WLAN organizations and regulations

1.2 Describe IEEE 802.11 standards and protocols

1.3 Plan & design wireless solutions requirements

1.3.a Translate customer requirements into services and design recommendations
1.3.b Identify ambiguity and/or information gaps
1.3.c Evaluate interoperability of proposed technologies against deployed IP network infrastructure & technologies
1.3.d Select an appropriate deployment model
1.3.e Regulatory domains and country codes

1.4 RF planning, designing and validation

1.4.a RF Design / Site survey
1.4.a [i] Define the tasks/goals for a preliminary site survey
1.4.a [ii] Conduct the site survey
1.4.a [iii] Determine AP quantity, placement and antenna type
1.4.b Architect indoor and outdoor RF deployments
1.4.b [i] Coverage
1.4.b [ii] Throughput
1.4.b [iii]Voice
1.4.b [iv]Location
1.4.b [v] High Density / Very High Density
1.4.c Construct an RF operational model that includes:
1.4.c [i] Radio resource management (Auto-RF, manual, hybrid, Flexible Radio Assignment, TPC and DCA)
1.4.c [ii] Channel use (radar, non-WiFi interference, Dynamic Bandwidth Selection)
1.4.c [iii] Power level, overlap
1.4.c [iv] RF profiles
1.4.d Validate implemented RF deployment

2.0 Configure and Troubleshoot the Network Infrastructure 12%

2.1 Configure and troubleshoot wired infrastructure to support WLANs

2.1.a VLANs
2.1.b VTP
2.1.c STP
2.1.d Etherchannel

2.2 Plan network infrastructure capacity

2.3 Configure and troubleshoot network connectivity for:

2.3.a WLAN clients
2.3.b WLCs (appliance, virtual, and Mobility Express)
2.3.c Lightweight APs
2.3.d Autonomous APs

2.4 Configure and troubleshoot PoE for APs

2.5 Configure and troubleshoot QoS on the switching infrastructure

2.5.a MQC
2.5.b MLS QoS

2.6 Configure and troubleshoot multicast on the switching infrastructure

2.6.a PIM
2.6.b Basic IGMP (including IGMP snooping)
2.6.c MLD

2.7 Configure and troubleshoot IPv4 connectivity

2.7.a Subnetting
2.7.b Static and inter-VLAN routing

2.8 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv6 connectivity

2.8.a Subnetting
2.8.b Static and inter-VLAN routing

2.9 Configure and troubleshoot wired security for APs

2.9.a MAB
2.9.b dot1X for APs

2.10 Configure and troubleshoot the following to support wireless services

2.10.a DNS
2.10.b DHCPv4 / DHCPv6
2.10.c NTP, SNTP
2.10.d SYSLOG
2.10.e SNMP
2.10.f CDP, LLDP
2.10.g mDNS (including SDG)

3.0 Configure and Troubleshoot an Autonomous Deployment Model 8%

3.1 Configure and troubleshoot different modes and roles

3.1.a WGB
3.1.b Point to point & Point to multi-point bridge

3.2 Configure and troubleshoot SSID/MBSSID

3.3 Configure and troubleshoot security

3.3.a L2 security policies
3.3.b Association filters
3.3.c Local radius
3.3.d dot1X profiles

3.4 Configure and troubleshoot radio settings

3.5 Configure and troubleshoot multicast

3.6 Configure and troubleshoot QoS

4.0 Configure and Troubleshoot AireOS appliance, virtual, and Mobility Express controllers 18%

4.1 Configure and troubleshoot secure management access and control plane

4.1.a AAA
4.1.b CPU ACLs
4.1.c Management via wireless interface
4.1.d Management via dynamic interface

4.2 Configure and troubleshoot interfaces

4.3 Configure and troubleshoot lightweight APs

4.3.a dot1x
4.3.b AP modes
4.3.c AP authentication / AP authorization
4.3.d Logging
4.3.e Local AP CLI configuration
4.3.f WLC based AP configuration

4.4 Configure and troubleshoot high availability and redundancy

4.4.a SSO
4.4.b N+1, N+N

4.5 Configure and troubleshoot wireless segmentation

4.5.a RF profiles
4.5.b AP groups
4.5.c FlexConnect

4.6 Configure and troubleshoot wireless security policies

4.6.a WLANs
4.6.b L2/L3 security
4.6.c Rogue policies
4.6.d Local EAP
4.6.e Local profiling
4.6.f ACLs
4.6.g Certificates

4.7 Configure and troubleshoot FlexConnect and Office Extend

4.8 Configure and troubleshoot Mesh

4.9 Implement RF management

4.9.a Static RF management
4.9.b Automatic RF management
4.9.c CleanAir
4.9.d Data rates
4.9.e RX-SOP
4.9.f Air Time Fairness (ATF)
4.9.g Flexible Radio Assignment (FRA)

4.10 Configure and troubleshoot mobility

4.10.a L2/L3 roaming
4.10.b Multicast optimization
4.10.c Mobility group scaling
4.10.d Inter-release controller mobility
4.10.e Mobility anchoring

4.11 Configure and troubleshoot multicast

4.12 Configure and troubleshoot client roaming optimization

4.12.a CCKM
4.12.b Optimized Roaming
4.12.c Band Select
4.12.d Load Balancing
4.12.e 802.11r/k/v

5.0 Configure and Troubleshoot Wireless Security & Identity Management with ISE 13%

5.1 Configure and troubleshoot identity management

5.1.a Basic PKI for dot1x and WebAuth
5.1.b External identity sources (AD)

5.2 Configure and troubleshoot AAA policies

5.2.a Client authentication and authorization
5.2.b Management authentication and authorization
5.2.c Client profiling and provisioning
5.2.d RADIUS attributes
5.2.e CoA

5.3 Configure and troubleshoot wireless guest management

5.3.a Local web authentication
5.3.b Central web authentication
5.3.c Basic sponsor policy

6.0 Configure and Troubleshoot Prime Infrastructure and MSE/CMX 12%

6.1 Configure and troubleshoot management access

6.1.a AAA
6.1.b Virtual domain

6.2 Perform basic operations

6.2.a Create and deploy templates
6.2.b Operate maps
6.2.c Import infrastructure devices
6.2.d High availability
6.2.e Audits
6.2.f Client troubleshooting
6.2.g Notification receivers
6.2.h Reports
6.2.i Monitoring policies

6.3 Configure and troubleshoot Prime Infrastructure jobs

6.4 Operate Security management

6.4.a Configure rogue management
6.4.b Manage alarms and events

6.5 Implement and troubleshoot MSE/CMX

6.5.a Management access
6.5.b Network services
6.5.b [i] Location
6.5.b [ii] Analytics
6.5.b [iii] Connect and Engage
6.5.b [iv] CleanAir
6.5.b [v] wIPS
6.5.c NMSP

6.6 Integrate ISE with Prime Infrastructure and MSE/CMX

7.0 Configure and Troubleshoot WLAN media and application services 11%

7.1 Configure and troubleshoot voice over wireless

7.1.a QoS profiles
7.1.b EDCA
7.1.c WMM
7.1.d BDRL
7.1.e Admission control
7.1.f MQC/MLS

7.2 Configure and troubleshoot video and media

7.2.a Media Stream
7.2.b Admission control

7.3 Configure and troubleshoot mDNS

7.3.a mDNS proxy
7.3.b Service discovery
7.3.c Service filtering

7.4 Configure and troubleshoot AVC and netflow

7.5 Configure and troubleshoot FastLane and Adaptive Fast Transition (802.11r)

8.0 Evolving Technologies 10%

8.1 Cloud

8.1.a Compare and contrast Cloud deployments models
8.1.a [i] Infrastructure, platform, and software services (XaaS)
8.1.a [ii] Performance and reliability
8.1.a [iii] Security and privacy
8.1.a [iv] Scalability and interoperability
8.1.b Describe Cloud implementations and operations
8.1.b [i] Automation and orchestration
8.1.b [ii] Workload mobility
8.1.b [iii] Troubleshooting and management
8.1.b [iv] OpenStack components

8.2 Network programmability [SDN]

8.2.a Describe functional elements of network programmability (SDN) and how they interact
8.2.a [i] Controllers
8.2.a [ii] APIs
8.2.a [iii] Scripting
8.2.a [iv] Agents
8.2.a [v] Northbound vs. Southbound protocols
8.2.b Describe aspects of virtualization and automation in network environments
8.2.b [i] DevOps methodologies, tools and workflows
8.2.b [ii] Network/application function virtualization (NFV, AFV)
8.2.b [iii] Service function chaining
8.2.b [iv] Performance, availability, and scaling considerations

8.3 Internet of Things

8.3.a Describe architectural framework and deployment considerations formInternet of Things (IoT)
8.3.a [i] Performance, reliability and scalability
8.3.a [ii] Mobility
8.3.a [iii] Security and privacy
8.3.a [iv] Standards and compliance
8.3.a [v] Migration
8.3.a [vi] Environmental impacts on the network

CCIE Wireless Written Exam (400-351)

Exam Description
The Cisco CCIE® Wireless Written Exam (400-351) is a two-hour test with 90−110 questions that assesses and validates wireless expertise at the highest level. Candidates who pass the CCIE Wireless written exam demonstrate broad theoretical knowledge of wireless networking at enterprise level, including a solid understanding of wireless local area networking (WLAN) technologies, and the ability to design, implement, and troubleshoot complex wireless solutions.

An Evolving Technologies section is included in the Written exam only. It will enable candidates to bridge their core technology expertise with knowledge of the evolving technologies that are being adopted at an accelerated pace, such as Cloud, Network Programmability and IoT.

The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed. The following topics are general guidelines for the content that is likely to be included on the lab exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the following guidelines may change at any time without notice.

1.0 Planning & Designing WLAN Technologies 11%

1.1 Describe WLAN organizations and regulations

1.2 Describe IEEE 802.11 standards and protocols

1.3 Plan & design wireless solutions requirements

1.3.a Translate customer requirements into services and design recommendations
1.3.b Identify ambiguity and/or information gaps
1.3.c Evaluate interoperability of proposed technologies against deployed IP network infrastructure & technologies
1.3.d Select an appropriate deployment model
1.3.e Regulatory domains and country codes

1.4 RF planning, designing and validation

1.4.a RF Design / Site survey
1.4.a [i] Define the tasks/goals for a preliminary site survey
1.4.a [ii] Conduct the site survey
1.4.a [iii] Determine AP quantity, placement and antenna type
1.4.b Architect indoor and outdoor RF deployments
1.4.b [i] Coverage
1.4.b [ii] Throughput
1.4.b [iii] Voice
1.4.b [iv] Location
1.4.b [v] HD
1.4.c Construct an RF operational model that includes:
1.4.c [i] Radio resource management (Auto-RF, manual, hybrid, TPC and DCA)
1.4.c [ii] Channel use (radar, non-WiFi interference)
1.4.c [iii] Power level, overlap
1.4.c [iv] RF profiles
1.4.d Validate implemented RF deployment

2.0 Configure and Troubleshoot the Network Infrastructure 10%

2.1 Configure and troubleshoot wired infrastructure to support WLANs

2.1.a VLANs
2.1.b VTP
2.1.c STP
2.1.d Etherchannel
2.1.e HSRP
2.1.f VSS
2.1.g Stacking

2.2 Plan network infrastructure capacity

2.3 Configure and troubleshoot network connectivity for:

2.3.a WLAN clients
2.3.b WLCs
2.3.c Lightweight APs
2.3.d Autonomous APs

2.4 Configure and troubleshoot PoE for APs

2.5 Configure and troubleshoot QoS on the switching infrastructure

2.5.a MQC
2.5.b Mls qos

2.6 Configure and troubleshoot multicast on the switching infrastructure

2.6.a PIM-SM
2.6.b Auto-RP
2.6.c Static-RP
2.6.d IGMP
2.6.e IGMP snooping
2.6.f MLD

2.7 Configure and troubleshoot IPv4 connectivity

2.7.a Subnetting
2.7.b Static routing
2.7.c Basic OSPF
2.7.d Basic EIGRP

2.8 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv6 connectivity

2.8.a Subnetting
2.8.b Static routing
2.8.c Basic OSPFv3
2.8.d Basic EIGRP address families

2.9 Configure and troubleshoot wired security

2.9.a ACLs (v4/v6)
2.9.b dot1X
2.9.c Port-security
2.9.d SXP, SGT

2.10 Configure and troubleshoot network services

2.10.a DNS
2.10.b DHCPv4 / DHCPv6
2.10.c NTP, SNTP
2.10.d SYSLOG
2.10.e SNMP
2.10.f CDP, LLDP
2.10.g SDG. mDNS

3.0 Configure and Troubleshoot an Autonomous Deployment Model 10%

3.1 Configuring and troubleshooting different modes and roles

3.1.a Root
3.1.b WGB
3.1.c Bridge

3.2 Configuring and troubleshooting SSID/MBSSID

3.3 Configuring and troubleshooting security

3.3.a L2 security policies
3.3.b Association filters
3.3.c PSPF
3.3.d Local radius
3.3.e dot1x profiles
3.3.f Guest

3.4 Configuring and troubleshooting radio settings

3.5 Configuring and troubleshooting multicast

3.6 Configuring and troubleshooting QoS

4.0 Configure and Troubleshoot a Unified Deployment Model (Centralized) 18%

4.1 Configuring and controlling management access

4.2 Configuring and troubleshooting interfaces

4.3 Configuring and troubleshooting lightweight APs

4.3.a dot1x
4.3.b LSC
4.3.c AP modes
4.3.d AP authentication / authorization
4.3.e Logging
4.3.f Local / global configuration

4.4 Configuring and troubleshooting high availability and redundancy

4.4.a Clients
4.4.b APs
4.4.c WLCs

4.5 Configuring and troubleshooting wireless segmentation

4.5.a RF profiles
4.5.b AP groups
4.5.c Flexconnect

4.6 Configuring and troubleshooting wireless security policies

4.6.a WLANs
4.6.b L2/L3 security
4.6.c Rogue policies
4.6.d Local EAP
4.6.e Local profiling
4.6.f ACLs
4.6.g Certificates

4.7 Configuring and troubleshooting Flexconnect and Office Extend

4.8 Configuring and troubleshooting Mesh

4.9 Implement RF management

4.9.a Static RF management
4.9.b Automatic RF management
4.9.c CleanAir
4.9.d Data rates

4.10 Configuring and troubleshooting WLC control plane security

4.10.a AAA
4.10.b CPU ACLs
4.10.c Management via wireless interface
4.10.d Management via dynamic interface

4.11 Configuring and troubleshooting mobility

4.11.a L2/L3 roaming
4.11.b Multicast optimization
4.11.c Mobility group scaling
4.11.d Inter-release controller mobility
4.11.e New mobility
4.11.f Mobility anchoring

4.12 Configuring and troubleshooting multicast

5.0 Configure and Troubleshoot a Unified Deployment Model (Converged) 11%

5.1 Configuring and controlling management access

5.2 Configuring and troubleshooting Interfaces

5.3 Configuring and troubleshooting lightweight APs

5.3.a dot1x
5.3.b AP authentication / authorization
5.3.c Logging
5.3.d Local / global configuration

5.4 Configuring and troubleshooting high availability and redundancy

5.4.a Clients
5.4.b APs
5.4.c WLCs

5.5 Configuring and troubleshooting wireless segmentation

5.5.a RF profiles
5.5.b AP groups

5.6 Configuring and Troubleshooting wireless security policies

5.6.a WLANs
5.6.b L2/L3 security
5.6.c Rogue policies
5.6.d Local EAP
5.6.e ACLs
5.6.f Certificates

5.7 Implement RF management

5.7.a Static RF management
5.7.b Automatic RF management
5.7.c CleanAir
5.7.d Data rates

5.8 Configuring and troubleshooting WLC control plane security

5.8.a AAA
5.8.b Basic control plane policing

5.9 Configuring and troubleshooting mobility

5.9.a L2/L3 roaming
5.9.b Multicast optimization
5.9.c Mobility group scaling
5.9.d Inter-release controller mobility
5.9.e Mobility anchoring
5.9.f SPG
5.9.g MC/MA

5.10 Configuring and troubleshooting multicast

6.0 Configure and Troubleshoot Security & Identity Management 10%

6.1 Configure and troubleshoot identity management

6.1.a Basic PKI for dot1x and webauth
6.1.b External identity sources (AD, LDAP)

6.2 Configure and troubleshoot AAA policies

6.2.a Client authentication and authorization
6.2.b Management authentication and authorization
6.2.c Client profiling and provisioning
6.2.d RADIUS attributes
6.2.e CoA

6.3 Configure and troubleshoot guest management

6.3.a Local web authentication
6.3.b Central web authentication
6.3.c Basic sponsor policy

7.0 Configure and Troubleshoot Prime Infrastructure and MSE 10%

7.1 Configure and troubleshoot management access

7.1.a AAA
7.1.b Virtual domain

7.2 Perform basic operations

7.2.a Create and deploy templates
7.2.b Operate maps
7.2.c Import infrastructure devices
7.2.d High availability
7.2.e Audits
7.2.f Client troubleshooting
7.2.g Notification receivers
7.2.h Reports

7.3 Perform maintenance operations

7.3.a Background tasks
7.3.b SW image management

7.4 Security management

7.4.a Understand rogue management
7.4.b Manage alarms and events
7.4.c Understand security index

7.5 Implement and troubleshoot MSE

7.5.a Management access
7.5.b Network services
7.5.b [i] Location
7.5.b [ii] CMX
7.5.b [iii] CleanAir
7.5.b [iv] WIPS
7.5.c NMSP

7.6 Integrate ISE

7.7 Integrate netflow

8.0 Configure and Troubleshoot WLAN media and application services 10%

8.1 Configure and troubleshoot voice over wireless

8.1.a QoS profiles
8.1.b EDCA
8.1.c WMM
8.1.d BDRL
8.1.e Admission control
8.1.f MQC

8.2 Configuring and troubleshooting video and media

8.2.a Mediastream
8.2.b Multicast-direct
8.2.c Admission control

8.3 Configuring and troubleshooting mDNS

8.3.a mDNS proxy
8.3.b Service discovery
8.3.c Service filtering

8.4 Configuring and troubleshooting AVC and netflow

9.0 Evolving Technologies 10%

9.1 Cloud

9.1.a Compare and contrast Cloud deployment models
9.1.a [i] Infrastructure, platform, and software services (XaaS)
9.1.a [ii] Performance and reliability
9.1.a [iii] Security and privacy
9.1.a [iv] Scalability and interoperability
9.1.b Describe Cloud implementations and operations
9.1.b [i] Automation and orchestration
9.1.b [ii] Workload mobility
9.1.b [iii] Troubleshooting and management
9.1.b [iv] OpenStack components

9.2 Network programmability [SDN]

9.2.a Describe functional elements of network programmability (SDN) and how they interact
9.2.a [i] Controllers
9.2.a [ii] APIs
9.2.a [iii] Scripting
9.2.a [iv] Agents
9.2.a [v] Northbound vs. Southbound protocols
9.2.b Describe aspects of virtualization and automation in network environments
9.2.b [i] DevOps methodologies, tools and workflows
9.2.b [ii] Network/application function virtualization (NFV, AFV)
9.2.b [iii] Service function chaining
9.2.b [iv] Performance, availability, and scaling considerations

9.3 Internet of Things

9.3.a Describe architectural framework and deployment considerations for Internet of Things (IoT)
9.3.a [i] Performance, reliability and scalability
9.3.a [ii] Mobility
9.3.a [iii] Security and privacy
9.3.a [iv] Standards and compliance
9.3.a [v] Migration
9.3.a [vi] Environmental impacts on the network

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