Arrow Electronics, Inc.

Juniper Wireless Networks with Mist AI (JWMA)


LENGTH: 32 Hours (4 days)

PRICE: £3,400.00


This four-day course is designed to provide students with the knowledge required to work with enterprise wireless technologies and Mist AI-driven Wi-Fi networks. Students will gain in-depth knowledge of Wi-Fi technologies, Mist technologies, and how to use and configure them.

Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience with the features and functionality of Mist AI-driven Wi-Fi.

The Juniper Mist AI Networks (MIST) course is an intermediate-level course.

Relevant Juniper Product

• CSO • EX Series • SRX Series • Mist


• Explain the various Wi-Fi

o Physical (PHY) layers

o Frequency bands

o Modulation and coding

o Arbitration and contention methods

o WLAN architectures and concepts

• Describe WLAN association and roaming

• Explain the wireless LAN life cycle

o Business factors

o Technical considerations

o Design and modeling

o Deployment

o Validation and optimization

• Explain and configure Mist architecture

o Cloud architecture

o AP states

o Boot options

o Cloud adoption

o Mist Edge

o Control, data, and management planes

o Component communication

o AP registration and release

• Construct and define Mist WLAN configurations

o WLAN concepts

o Beacons

o Basic and required data rates

o Configuration options

o Radio settings

o Security concepts

• Explain network operations using Mist

o Wireless Assurance

o Event and Insights

o Radio Resource Management

o Wired Assurance

• Use Mist intelligent analytics and Marvis

o AI and machine learning

o Troubleshooting

• Describe Real Time Location Sensor (RTLS) concepts and method

o Wi-Fi location

o Virtual BLE

o RTLS applications

• Describe Mist automation and scripting

o API overview

o Data driven

o Event driven


Individuals working with enterprise wireless networks and applying artificial intelligence to their activities.


• Basic TCP/IP skills

• Basic knowledge of wireless technologies (Wi-Fi) is recommended


Day 1

Course Introduction

Wi-Fi Basics

• What Is Wi-Fi?

• 802.11 PHYs

• Frequency Bands

• RF Basics

• Modulation and Coding

• Network Arbitration and Contention

• WLAN Architectures

• WLAN Association and Roaming

• Network Contention

• Wireless LAN Life Cycle

LAB 1: WLAN Testing

Day 2

Mist Architecture and Initial Setup

• Mist Architecture

• Mist Account Organizations and Subscriptions

• Configuration Objects

• Organization Objects Versus Site Objects

• Access Points Overview, Configuration, and Troubleshooting

LAB 2: Initial Setup

LAB 3: Remote Site


• WLAN Concepts

• Security Concepts

• Mist WLANs

• Policy (WxLAN)

• Wireless Intrusion Detection and Prevention


Day 3

Network Operations

• Wireless Assurance

• Events and Insights

• Radio Resources Management (RRM)

• Wired Assurance

LAB 5: SLE Troubleshooting

Wired Assurance

• Solution and Supported Devices

• Provisioning and Deployment

• Operation

• Design and Architecture

LAB 6: Wired Assurance

AI and Marvis

• Artificial Intelligence (AI) Reactive and Proactive


• Reactive and Proactive Troubleshooting

• Marvis Language and Actions

LAB 7: Marvis

Day 4

Location-Based Services

• Concepts and Methods

• Wi-Fi Location

• Virtual BLE

• User Engagement

• Asset Visibility

Automation and Scripting

• Mist API Overview

• Automation and Scripting Overview


LAB 9: WebSocket API

Test and Certification

Associated Certification


Exams can be purchased and scheduled at an additional cost – please ask for details.

Session Dates