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CCNP Wireless

The Cisco Certified Network Professional Wireless (CCNP Wireless) is a professional-level certification. CCNP Wireless professionals possess the skills necessary to create technical specifications from project requirements, including designing, implementing, and operating Cisco wireless networks and mobility infrastructures.

• Prerequisite Certification: Cisco Certified Network Associate Wireless (CCNA Wireless) or any Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification
• Recommended Years of Experience/Knowledge: 2 to 4 years


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Typical Job Titles for Certification Holders
Network Engineer, Wireless RF • Wireless Software Engineer/Sr. Wireless Software Engineer • Wireless Communications Engineer • Wireless Network Optimization Engineer • Wireless Solutions Architect • Wireless Solutions Engineer

Typical Job Tasks
Cisco Certified Network Professional Wireless (CCNP Wireless) professionals perform functions necessary to plan, install, and operate mobile and Cisco wireless networks. Tasks include conducting site surveys; designing RF networks; integrating VoWLANs into WLANs, wireless networks, and high-bandwidth applications, and mobility services into WLANs; troubleshooting WLANs; identifying security threats; and configuring systems to protect against security threats and mitigate network risk.

Salary Range
$39,867 - 99,796 per Payscale.com

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