Cisco 200-355 :Wireless Network Fundamentals

This Cisco 200-355 training IT course will enable students to set up and troubleshoot Small Medium Business and Enterprise wireless networks.

With internship




Without internship



this course includes

15 Training Hours

55 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

20 Topics

245 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


 Wireless Basics


Wireless Standards


Wireless Signals






Frame Types


Planning Coverage




Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments


Controller Based Deployment


Controller Discovery




Radio Resource Management


 Wireless Security

Are you interested in obtaining your CCNA Wireless certification? If so, the Implementing Cisco Wireless Network

Fundamentals (WIFUND) exam is for you. This 90-minute test consists of around 60 to 70 questions that measure a candidate’s understanding of essential Radio Frequency (RF), 802.11 technologies and inspecting, adjusting, supervising as well as basic troubleshooting abilities necessary to offer assistance for Small Medium Business and Enterprise wireless networks. All those eager to take this assessment should first complete the Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals course which provides helpful tips.


Wireless Basics

Course And Instructor Introduction
Wireless Basics Part 1
Wireless Basics Part 2
Wireless Basics Part 3
Wireless Basics Part 4
Wireless Basics Part 5
Wireless Basics Part 6

Wireless Standards

 Wireless Standards Part 1
Wireless Standards Part 2
Wireless Standards Part 3
Wireless Standards Part 4
Wireless Standards Part 5

Wireless Signals

 Wireless Signals Part 1
Wireless Signals Part 2


Antennas Part 1
Antennas Part 2
Antennas Part 3


Topologies Part 1
Topologies Part 2

Frame Types

Frame Types Part 1
Frame Types Part 2
Frame Types Part 3

Planning Coverage

Planning Coverage Part 1
Planning Coverage Part 2
Planning Coverage Part 3


Architectures Part 1
Architectures Part 2
Architectures Part 3

Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments

Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 1
Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 2

Controller Based Deployment

Controller Based Deployment Part 1
Controller Based Deployment Part 2
Controller Based Deployment Part 3

Controller Discovery

Controller Discovery Part 1
Controller Discovery Part 2
Controller Discovery Part 3


Roaming Part 1
Roaming Part 2

Radio Resource Management

Radio Resource Management Part 1
Radio Resource Management Part 2
Radio Resource Management Part 3

Wireless Security

Wireless Security Part 1
Wireless Security Part 2
Wireless Security Part 3

WLAN Configuration

WLAN Configuration

Guest Networks

Guest Networks

Client Connectivity

Client Connectivity Part 1
Client Connectivity Part 2

Managing Wireless

Managing Wireless Part 1
Managing Wireless Part 2


Interference Part 1 

 Interference Part 2


Troubleshooting Part 1
Troubleshooting Part 2
Course Conclusion

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the Cisco 200-355: Wireless Network Fundamentals course about?

The course is aimed at enabling students to set up and troubleshoot Small Medium Business and Enterprise wireless networks. It provides knowledge on Radio Frequency (RF) and 802.11 technology essentials, and includes tasks related to installing, configuring, monitoring, and basic troubleshooting of wireless networks.

Who is the instructor for this course?

The course is instructed by David Biggers, a professional IT instructor with four years of experience teaching for the US Army.

What is the course format?

The course consists of 15 training hours, 55 videos, 20 topics, and 245 practice questions​.

What are the prerequisites for the course and the associated exam?

The CCNA Wireless certification, which this course is associated with, requires you to have a valid Cisco CCENT or higher certification. It is also recommended that you have a basic understanding of networking (VLANs, IP addresses, standard subnetting, basic routing) to focus on the wireless aspects of networking without being hindered by concepts that are implied but not explained.

What can I expect from the 200-355 exam?

The exam tests your knowledge of Wi-Fi in general, and specifically of Wi-Fi implementation in Cisco networks. It includes configuration, maintenance, and limited troubleshooting, as well as participation in a site survey. You will need to understand concepts specific to Cisco, like mobility groups, RF groups, RRM, PoP/PoA, MA/MC, etc. Additionally, you should be able to train on at least one of the interfaces (autonomous, AireOS, Meraki, IOS XE)​.

What study resources are recommended for the exam?

Study resources that could help you prepare for the CCNA Wireless exam include the CCNA Wireless 200-355 Complete Video Course and the CCNA Wireless 200-355 Official Cert Guide. The video course includes more than 21 hours of video training, covering all of the objectives in the exam. The official cert guide touches on all the topics you need to know for the exam, providing a variety of exam preparation tools.