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Configure WiMAX Networks


Configuring WiMAX Networks TM

Course Description:

This course is designed for students who will be installing and configuring WiMAX networks. With the knowledge and experience they acquire, the student will be able to configure the network for optimum Radio Frequency operation, traffic balance, and IP networking performance. Hands-on practice with configuration tools and hands-on labs teach immediately-applicable skills.

In public course settings, DoceoTech teaches industry-general configuration skills, using an industry-leading vendors set of WiMAX equipment. In onsite course settings, we will work with your chosen vendors equipment and tools to develop the specific configuration labs, for network-specific skills training. What follows is an outline for the industry-general training.

Course length:

2 days

Course Outline:

Module 1: WiMAX Network Overview
At the end of this module you should be able to:

Diagram a WiMAX network
List the six major applications of WiMAX technology
Converse in the industry-general and vendor-specific
            WiMAX vocabulary

Describe the impact of RF regulation on network

       Types of standards organizations
       IEEE Wireless 802 standards

Module 2: Physical Equipment at the Base Stations
At the end of this module you should be able to:
List the antenna options for your base station
Compare and contrast cabling options
Identify RF transceiver functions
List IP Router and bandwidth management functions
Compare and contrast backhaul options
Identify connectors for various backhaul choices

Module 3: WiMAX Physical Layer configuration
At the end of this module you should be able to:
Configure RF channel size and frequency, within the
            channel options of the base station equipment

Configure the PHY options for the selected network

Configure the base station controllers to match the
            sectored antenna pattern

Configure maximum and fallback rates for the uplink
            and downlink

Module 4:  WiMAX MAC Layer configuration
At the end of this module you should be able to:
Configure settings for acceptable bandwidth requests and services
Configure Retransmission options
Configure Encryption settings
Configure Quality of Service requirements for three sample station types

Module 5: Internet Protocol Configuration
At the end of this module you should be able to:
Configure IP address assignment settings, network segments, and Virtual LANs
Configure IP bandwidth allocations for varying levels of Quality of Service

Module 6:  Subscriber Station installation and configuration
At the end of this module you should be able to:
Recite a quick checklist of subscriber-station install steps
Install a simple residential WiMAX station
Install a simple point-to-multipoint point antenna and transceiver

Module 7:  Verifying the Configuration
At the end of this module you should be able to:
Test the network configuration
Identify trouble spots, and execute simple troubleshooting tasks
Identify possible interference types and sources
Test for interference, and configure interference countermeasures
Use graphical Network Monitoring Tools

Module 8: Summary Lab Exercise