Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks – ENWLSD 300-425

Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks – ENWLSD 300-425

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Course Overview

The Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (ENWLSD) course, specifically the 300-425 exam, focuses on providing participants with the knowledge and skills to design Cisco enterprise wireless networks. This course is designed for network professionals who are responsible for designing and implementing wireless networks using Cisco technologies. The course covers topics such as wireless design principles, site surveys, wireless architecture, high-density deployments, security, and network services.


To enroll in the ENWLSD 300-425 course, participants should have a solid understanding of networking fundamentals, including TCP/IP, routing protocols, and wireless technologies. Familiarity with Cisco networking technologies and a basic understanding of network services and security concepts are recommended. It is beneficial to have completed the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification or possess equivalent knowledge.


The ENWLSD 300-425 course employs a blended learning approach, combining theoretical concepts with practical hands-on labs and interactive discussions. The course materials are delivered through instructor-led lectures, demonstrations, and real-world scenarios. Participants will engage in hands-on lab exercises and simulation tools to practice and reinforce their understanding of the course material.

Course Outline

  • Wireless Design Principles
  • Understanding wireless design requirements and constraints
  • Analyzing customer requirements and translating them into design specifications
  • Designing wireless network architectures (centralized, distributed, cloud)
  • Incorporating best practices for high-density and outdoor deployments
  • Wireless Site Survey
  • Conducting site surveys and assessing RF coverage and capacity
  • Utilizing predictive modeling tools for wireless design
  • Implementing manual and automated survey techniques
  • Designing for wireless roaming and seamless connectivity
  • Wireless Infrastructure
  • Designing wireless network infrastructures (controllers, access points, antennas)
  • Implementing wireless LAN (WLAN) deployment models (centralized, converged, cloud)
  • Designing for scalability, high availability, and redundancy
  • Incorporating wireless network services (AAA, DHCP, DNS, NTP)
  • Wireless Security
  • Identifying wireless security threats and vulnerabilities
  • Implementing wireless security solutions (authentication, encryption)
  • Designing wireless guest access and onboarding solutions
  • Ensuring compliance with industry security standards
  • Wireless Network Services
  • Designing for network services in wireless networks (DHCP, DNS, NTP)
  • Implementing quality of service (QoS) for optimized wireless traffic flow
  • Incorporating network management and monitoring tools
  • Designing for location services and asset tracking

Course Outcome

Upon completion of the ENWLSD 300-425 course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand wireless design principles and best practices.
  • Conduct site surveys and assess RF coverage and capacity.
  • Design wireless network architectures and deployment models.
  • Implement wireless security solutions and guest access.
  • Design network services and quality of service (QoS) for wireless networks.


The ENWLSD 300-425 course includes hands-on labs to provide participants with practical experience in designing Cisco enterprise wireless networks. Some of the labs may include:

  • Conducting a wireless site survey and analyzing RF coverage.
  • Designing a wireless network architecture using Cisco wireless controllers and access points.
  • Configuring wireless security measures such as authentication and encryption.
  • Designing and implementing wireless guest access and onboarding solutions.
  • Configuring network services (DHCP, DNS, NTP) for wireless networks.
  • Implementing QoS policies for optimized wireless traffic flow.
  • Configuring network management and monitoring tools for wireless networks.
  • Designing and implementing location services and asset tracking in wireless networks.


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