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  • 1. Cisco Confidnd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. CCLE Cisco Mobility Solution Update Vicente, Mobility Consulting Systems Engineer Mid-South SLED covering AR, GA, KY, TN @cisco.com
  • 2. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid 2 coLive! – San Francisco 18 – 22, 2014 w.ciscolive.com/us
  • 3. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Introduction WLC Software, Prime and AP hardware update WLC High Availability Application Visibility and Control Bonjour Phase I, II and III Policy and Profiling High Density Experience HDX plus HD RF Design
  • 4. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Simple Secure Business Value Connecting People Connecting Clouds Connecting Things Cisco ONE Enterprise or Meraki Cloud Architecture
  • 5. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Wireless Control System Access Control Server LAN Mgmt Solution Identity Mgmt NAC Profiler Guest Server Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Internal Resources Cisco FirewallCisco Access Point Catalyst Switch Internet One Network Converged Access Switch 3K/4K Corporate Network One ManagementOne Policy
  • 6. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. ified Access: Wireless Deployment Options AUTONOMOUSOUD MANAGED FLEX CONNECT CENTRALIZED CONVERGE mon OS IT Market / Distributed prise •  Intended for static installations •  SP Hotspots •  Data center hosted controller •  Distributed enterprises •  Premise-based controller •  Traditional Overlay Model •  Highly Scalable •  Common OS •  Consistent Wired/Wi •  Highest performance ccess Points witches ecurity board •  Aironet Access Points •  11ac: 3700 / 2700 •  11n: 1600 / 700 •  Catalyst Switches •  3850 / 3650 •  2960-X •  Controllers •  N / A •  Aironet Access Points •  11ac: 3700 / 2700 •  11n: 1600 / 700 •  Catalyst Switches •  6800/4500/3850/3650 •  4500-X / 2960-X •  Controllers •  8510 / 7510 •  Aironet Access Points •  11ac: 3700 / 2700 •  11n: 1600 / 700 •  Catalyst Switches •  6800/4500/3850/3650 •  4500-X / 2960-X •  Controllers •  8510 / 5760 / 5508 / WiSM2 / 2504 / vWLC •  Aironet Access Points •  11ac: 3700 / 270 •  11n: 1600 / 700 •  Catalyst Switches •  6800/4500*/3850 •  4500-X •  Controllers •  Integrated •  5760 external MC Dashboard WAN Intranet Cisco Unified Access: 1 Architecture, 4 Deployment Modessco Cloud Networking Prime   ISE  
  • 7. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Norman Abramson, a professor at the University of Hawaii, developed the world’s first wireless computer communication network, ALOHAnet (operational in 1971), using low-cost ham-like radios. The system included seven computers deployed over four islands to communicate with the central computer on the Oahu Island without using phone lines.
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  • 13. Cisco Confidnd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. WLC Software, Prime and AP Update
  • 14. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid E G2 2500 Virtual Controller Flex 7500 850057605508 WISM2 Catalyst 3850 lyst 3850 Virtual Controller s per switch/stack nnected APs) ts per stack er switch •  12 to 500 APs •  7000 clients •  8 Gbps •  100 to 1000 APs •  15,000 clients •  20 Gbps •  25 to 1000 APs •  12,000 clients •  60 Gbps •  300 to 6000 APs •  64,000 clients •  10 Gbps Large Campus Service Provider Small Campus / Branch (Controller On-Premise) Branch (Controller in 0 APs ents bps •  5 to 75 APs •  1000 clients •  1 Gbps •  5 to 200 APs •  3000 clients •  500 Mbps •  1 to 50 APs per switch/stack (Directly connected) •  2000 clients per stack •  40 Gbps per switch •  5 to 200 APs •  3000 clients •  500 Mbps •  300 to 6000 A •  64,000 clients •  1 Gbps LAN Controller Portfolio
  • 15. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. reOS Roadmap Delivered PlanningCommitted Q4CY13 CUWN 7.6 Interoperability with , ISE 1.2, PI update1 1.4.0.45 Aug CY14 CUWN 8.0 (MD Release train) Interoperability with MSE 8.0, ISE 1.2 and 1.3, PI 2.1 Q4CY14 Demo release Q1CY15 CUWN 8.1 Interoperability with MSE 8.x, ISE 1.3, PI ntegrated 802.11ac Modular AP Vlan tagging on AP700W local Eth ports Air Time Entitlement Bandwidth Policing - per client, p based Uplink/Downlink airtime AP 700W (7.6MR2) Improved client battery life with 802.11v CleanAir 2.0 (Enhanced Wi-Fi Aw Centralized, Mesh, Bridge) Native IPv6 (Centralized Mode Only) World Regulatory Domain and Un Image With Emerson Sensor Gateway Granular Bonjour policies per user-group and location Mesh Convergence Improvemen <10 sec convergence Cell Module: For AP3600 and AVC rate limit, AVC AAA override FlexConnect support for AVC with StadiumVision Antennas) VideoStream for FlexConnect Mesh support for FlexConnect HA WLC SKU monitoring -Auth ACL for Onboarding AP1600 CleanAir Express Guest Anchor Redundancy: Prim Secondary, Tertiary esilience for SSO PMIPv6 MAG on AP Microsoft SDN Lync support ort for Jabber, Dropbox and Lync 2013 HD Experience Ph1 (Rx SOP, Smart Roam, CL 3.0, CA 80Mhz, TurboAgg) iBeacon visibility and security – C (spectrum) and MSE location inte FIPS, CC, UcAPL, USGv6 EoGRE, GTPv2 tunneling from W Ability to run 11r within same SSID Passpoint Release 2 Certification 1.  AirTime Entitlement 2.  iBeacon integration with CleanAir and MSE 3.  Microsoft SDN Lync integration 4.  Chromecast
  • 16. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. S roadmap Delivered Committed June 2013 XE 3.2 (Maintenance) CUWN 7.0 and Interop w 4, ISE1.1 and 1.2, PI 2.0 Q4CY13 IOS XE 3.3 (Darya) Parity With CUWN 7.4 and Interop With MSE 7.5, ISE 1.2, PI 2.1 Q2CY14 IOS XE 3.6 (Amur) Interop With CUWN 7.6/8.0 and Interop With MSE 8.0, ISE 1.2 and 1.3, PI 2.1 Q4CY14 IOS XE 3.7 (Ben Interop with MSE 8.x, ISE 1.3, P for WLC 5700 Series yst 3850 AP3700: Integrated 802.11ac Wave 1—Modular AP (With 3.3.1) AP2700 Support AP700i and AP700W Support Support for Outdoor 11ac C (Centralized Mode Only) upport AP3600: 802.11ac 11ac: Wave 1 Module Regulatory Domains for China (H) Sup 8E wireless support AP SSO With Stacking Cable Support for Outdoor AP1530 series (Centralized Mode Only) Regulatory Domains for Ind Indonesia(F) Bonjour Services Directory (Phase 1) Wired and Wireless Profiling and Policy Sleeping Client: Ability to re guest via webauth for a few Application Visibility (no control) With AP1600, AP3600, AP3700 QOS tie-in to Application Visibility, newer protocol packs support for Jabber, Lync 2013, Dropbox TrustSec SXP and SGT Bonjour Services Directory (Phase 2) 802.11r L2 Fast Roaming WebUI https performance and feature enhancements 802.11w Protected Management Frame FIPS, CC, UcAPL, USGv6 AP Neighbor List (Subset of 802.11k) Upstream QOS with 5760 Regulatory Domains for Australia and New Zealand(-Z) with 3.3.2 Ability to run 802.11r within same SSID Wired guest with 5760: access ports (3.3.1) CleanAir Express with AP1600 •  Geo-redundancy fo w/o stack cable •  Client Stateful swit (SSO) Planning (Early look CY15 Key featu
  • 17. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Assurance End-to-End Application Experience & Visibility Plug & Play implified Deployment of New Cisco Devices Lifecycle Converged Management with Integrated Best Practices Convergence Consolidation Cisco Advantage
  • 18. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Deployment/Feature Considerations Prime Version to Deploy .4 or earlier PI 1.3 with all patches .5 (802.11ac) PI 1.4 E 3.2 (Converged Access) PI 2.0 Wireless (Lifecycle) Only Deployment/Feature Considerations Prime Version to Deploy .5 (802.11ac) PI 1.4 (no IDUs) up-8E, 3650, 6800ia, IOS-XE LC 7.4 or earlier PI 2.0 (with monthly IDUs) Wired & Wireless (Lifecycle and/or Assurance) Deployment/Feature Considerations Prime Version to Deploy Any WLC version PI 2.1 (FCS Apr 15) Wireless and/or Wired Lifecycle and/or Assurance EN SEVT 10/2013 Recommendation EN SEVT 4/2014 Recommendation ** Existing PI 1.4.x customers are recommended to wait until PI 2.2 to migrate
  • 19. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. CS can be used as a virtual infrastructure deployment. i.e ESX/ESXi running on UCS Virtual Appliance Size Virtual CPU Memory (DRAM) HDD Size Throughput (Disk I/O) Express 4 12 GB 300 GB 200 MBps Standard 16 16 GB 900 GB 200 MBps Pro 16 24 GB 1200 GB 200 MBps ping of PI 1.x to 2.x OVA/Bundle/SKU PI 1.x PI 2.0 Express m Express Standard Large Pro
  • 20. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. AireOS WLC version support enhancements ü  Comprehensive Support for WLC 7.4 ü  Support WLC 7.5, WLC 7.6 & MSE 7.6 support ²  Feature configuration at WLC 7.4 feature parity (newer feature configuration at controller CLI Templates) ²  Does not include Client SSO, Policy Classification Engine and Bonjour feature support – will need to be configured via the WLC web GUI or CLI Templates) ü  Support WLC 8.0 when available (future release) ²  Feature configuration at WLC 7.4 feature parity (newer feature configuration at controller CLI Templates) ²  Does not include Client SSO, Policy Classification Engine and Bonjour feature support – will need to be configured via the WLC web GUI or CLI Templates) ²  New 8.0 features not supported
  • 21. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Additional Browser support Chrome 31+, IE 8 & 9 with Google Chrome Frame plugin, Mozilla Firefox ESR 24 Defect fixes (internal and customer found) Upgrade from 1.3.2 and 2.0 Additional AP support (see following slide for details) WLC 7.5 with 7.4 feature parity WLC 7.6/8.0 Ready” with 7.4 feature parity (may require Device Pack) IOS-XE 3.6 “Amur Ready” with IOS-XE 3.3 feature parity (may require Device Pack) MSE 7.6 support Qualification of 7.4 MR2 and 7.6 MR2
  • 22. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. AP Model WLC 7.6 MR2 AP3600 & AP3700I/E/P Supported AP3600/AP3700 with Stadium Antenna Supported 11ac module Supported AP2700I/E Supported AP702W Supported AP702i Supported AP1530I/E Supported No Support for Planning tool with 2700/702W/1530/3700 No Support for AireOS 8.0 or IOS-XE (wireless features)
  • 23. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Prime Infrastructure Console Prime Infrastructure Instances Network Data Device Affinity Network Data Network Data Network Data Static Data Fan Out Queries Aggregation Single Pane Monitori •  Unified Assets View •  Unified Alarms View •  Unified Clients views •  Consolidated Repor •  Consolidated Dashle •  Consolidated Search
  • 24. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. sco Aironet Indoor Access Point ustry’s Best 802.11n and 802.11ac Series Access Points Mission Specific 00 & 700 Enterprise Class 1600 Mission Critical 2700 Best in Class 3700 Enterprise Best In ClasValue-Based Mission Critical 600 Mbps Wall Plate AP Hospitality, Dorms, MDU Compact Mid-market AP Teleworker •  Up to 600 Mbps •  3x3 MIMO : 2 SS •  CleanAir Express* •  ClientLink 2.0 •  Over 1 Gbps, 802.11ac •  3x4 MIMO : 3 SS •  HDX Technology •  CleanAir 80 MHz, ClientLink 3.0, VideoStream •  Over 1 Gbps, 802.11ac •  4x4 MIMO : 3SS •  HDX Technology •  CleanAir 80 MHz, ClientLink 3.0, VideoStre •  Future proof modularity: 3G Small Cell, Location A or Wave 2 802.11ac NEW NEW 2600 3600 802.11n 802.11ac 802.11ac 802.11n
  • 25. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Note: Only Cisco APs can beam-form a 3-SS signal a requires 4 transmitters - most APs on the market do have this additional radio for reliability and performa ☺ The additional radio assists in both transmit and receive. xtra radio “D” is used to ent spatial stream data and is n beam-forming 11n had support for beam- ng but was never adopted so any clients supported it. -Link performs beam-forming acy 11a/g/n clients as well as 1ac clients.
  • 26. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid ntLink 3.0 YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q_shbSpOIA lientLink 3.0 helps the Cisco AP maintain 56 QAM with m9 rate isco’s 11ac AP has a significant 256 AM advantage over the competition 11ac P he Test: Use a MacBook Pro (3ss) and record the data rate in 40+ locations in a cubicle environment while running traffic to the client. Cisco AP Heatmap Competitor AP Heatmap
  • 27. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Module 802.11ac Wave 1 (AP3600 Only) Security 3G Small Cell Hyper Location Accuracy 802.11ac Wave 2 Benefits Support new 802.11ac data clients and Smartphones, up to 1Gbps+ wireless speeds Full comprehensive wireless security posture with off channel scan for WIPS, CleanAir, Rogue Detection, Context Aware, and RRM Provides extended 3G cellular infrastructure coverage where cell tower signals cannot go (carpet areas in high rises, MDUs) Provides <1m location accuracy 802.11ac Phase 2 adding support for Multi-User MIMO and “switch like’ behavior, up to 2.5 Gbps+ wireless speeds FutureFuture Thru 2014
  • 28. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. arts at $1,095 List Price 4 MIMO: 3 SS 802.11ac AP performance of 802.11n F Excellence enabled in Hardware DX Technology GigE Ports Downstream device support only Aironet 2700 Series Orderable April 1 FCS May 1 CUWN 7.6 MR2 IOS XE 3.6 (Amur
  • 29. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Aironet 802.11n and 802.11ac AP Comparison
  • 30. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 00 Power Requirements Description AP Functionality PoE Budget* (Watts) 802.3af E-PoE 802.3at PoE+ PWRINJ4 PoE+ 802.3at 2700 – Out of the Box 3x4:3 on 5G & 3x4:3 on 2.4G 16.1 PoE 802.3af 2700 – Out of the box** Auxiliary Ethernet Port disabled 2x2:2 on 5G & 2x2:2 on 2.4G n/a n/a * This is the power required at the PSE, which is a switch or injector. We are posting WORSE CASE power draw at this time " Our goal by FCS is full functionality using 802.3af (15.4W) with only the secondary AUX port disabled but it is a stretch goal at this time. (4/10/2014)
  • 31. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) e ports as AP-3700 except hortened the name to PoE added an additional (non- auxiliary “AUX” Ethernet e: If powering AP on 802.3af (15.4W) this 2nd “AUX” port is disabled
  • 32. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) Customer have requested the need to leverage the AP for end devices such as projectors, phones, Point of Sale Terminals etc.– Note today this AUX port is locally switched and not managed* This will be improved in later releases but for now there is no LAG or any management of this port in the 7.6MR2 initial release. *Note: Do not connect the “AUX” port to the same uplink switch as the AP. *Note: Port is enabled by default if running high PoE power over 15.4W and there is no spanning tree protection right now all to be addressed later.
  • 33. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. $495 List Compact wired + wireless solution for Multi Dwelling Unit (MDU) §  Hospitality, Higher Ed dorms, Healthcare Simultaneous Dual Radio, Dual Band with Integrated Antennas 4 GigE Ports §  1 PoE Out Port Mountable and lockable to most junction box worldwide VLAN tag support in CUWN 8.0/IOS XE 3.6 Aironet 700w Series Orderable Now FCS May 1 CUWN 7.6 MR2 IOS XE 3.6 (Amur)
  • 34. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. sco Aironet 700W Access Point Series arget for Multi Dwelling Unit (MDU) Deployments seeking a high- erformance in-room Wireless + Wired Access Device: •  Hospitality •  Higher Education for dorm-rooms •  K-12 for dorm-rooms or other similar deployments •  Health care (long-term care facilities or similar deployments) Designed for ease of mounting to numerous global wall junction tandards. Specially designed brackets: default bracket included in the ox (zero cost) or an optional bracket to cover local Ethernet ports. leek design in a small form factor: 15 x 10 x 3 cm (6 x 4 x 1.5 in) Robust enterprise-class design and RF performance imultaneous Dual Radio, Dual Band with Integrated Antennas x GigE Ethernet Ports, 1x uplink GigE port owered over Ethernet (PoE) or with AC Adapter oE out port up to 803.af Class 0 (depending on powering options) Cisco Aironet 700W Series Wi-Fi Standards 802.11a/b/ Max Data Rate 300 Mbps per Radio Design MIMO: Spatial Streams Dual-Radio, Local Ethernet Ports 4 x GE Powering Capability 1 x GE port P Port-based VLANs Coming in 8.0 / A Autonomous (Future) Data Uplink (Mbps) 10/100/10 Power 802.3af/at, AC Security lock Torx screw, Kensi
  • 35. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. sco Aironet Access Point Comparison AP Series OEAP600 700I 700W 1600 2700 370 Standards 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 802.11a/ Rate per Radio 300 Mbps 300 Mbps 300 Mbps 600 Mbps Over 1 Gbps Over 1 Design 2x3:2 2x2:2 2x2:2 3x3:2 3x4:3 4x4 nce/Coverage/ ent Protection u uu uu uuu uuuu uuu f Clients per AP 15 200 200 256 400 40 RRM ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ sity Experience ✔ ✔ leanAir CleanAir Express* ✔ ✔ entLink ClientLink 2.0 ClientLink 3.0 ClientL nk Clients per AP 64 256 25 ndSelect ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ eoStream ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ AP Detection ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ptive wIPS ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Antenna Opt ✔ ✔ ✔ le Options WSM (Securi SCM (Q4CY1 802.11ac
  • 36. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. -700W (Wall Plate AP) 1 Screwdriver and in less than 1 Minute and you are done….. Default is AIR-AP-BRACKET-W (in picture) Note this AP is designed for Wall mounting (do not mount on ceilings)
  • 37. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. P-700W Mounting Bracket Options ordering spare append “=“ to P/N ptional) AIR-AP-BRACKET-WP (default) AIR-AP-BRACKET Hides/secures Ethernet ports Standard bracket
  • 38. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid CISCO CONFIDENTIAL – NDA ONLY 0W Power Requirements Description AP Functionality PoE Budget* (Watts) 802.3af E-PoE 802.3at PoE+ PWRINJ oE+ 2.3at 700W – Out of the Box 2x2:2 (both bands) all ports on including PoE OUT 16.1 oE 2.3af 700W – Out of the box PoE OUT - Port is (disabled) This is the green port on AP 2x2:2 in both bands 15.4 n/a n/a s the power required at the PSE, which is a switch or injector. power supply AIR-PWR-C= may be used. Do not use AIR-PWR-B
  • 39. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) AP-700W is designed for Wall Mount only (smaller footprint)
  • 40. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) 2.4 GHz channels Mixture of 700W wall mounted with conventional ceiling mount Enterprise APs Take-away roaming properly lso channels balance out well
  • 41. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid P-700W --- Non-supported features on 7.6 MR2 esh Support utonomous (planned for future release) ffice-Extend xplicit Beam-forming pectrum Intelligence is NOT enabled at FCS but does have hardware to support it. GMP Snooping for IP TV multicast join point (requested feature) anaged local-switched Ethernet ports unneling Ethernet ports. plit-tunneling Ethernet ports.
  • 42. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid is shorter than the “stock” dipole but does not bend
  • 43. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Older style dipole with knuckle New style - Short Dipole hy is it needed? - Aesthetics primarily
  • 44. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. co Aironet Outdoor Access Point stry’s Most Comprehensive Outdoor Offerings MSO / Cable 1552C 1552CU •  Seamless Connectivity •  GPS •  CleanAir, ClientLink •  Deployment Flexibility •  Fiber SPF / Battery •  PoE Out •  GPS •  CleanAir, ClientLink •  Integrated DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem •  Cable Plant Powered •  GPS •  CleanAir, ClientLink Indust 1552 1552 1552W •  Haz Loc Cer Class 1/Div 2 •  Integrated H Sensor Gate •  CleanAir, Cli Versatile 1552E 1552EU Internal Antenna 1552I ow Profile exible 532I 532E esign antennas
  • 45. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Outdoor ss Points   1532I 1532E 1552I   1552E/EU   1552C Type Internal antennas External antenna Internal antennas External antennas Cable m tennas Internal Flexible Antenna Port (dual-band or single band) Internal E: Ext. dual-band EU: Ext. single band C: Int CU: Ext. s SPF optics n t (802.3af) LAN port, (no PoE) LAN port, (no PoE) n e modem n ackup option n r options PoE (UPoE / 802.3at*) 24-57 VDC PoE (802.3at) 24-57 VDC AC, 12 VDC AC, 12 VDC, PoE 40-90V ca 12V e (2.4 / 5 G) 215 / 300 Mbps 145 / 300 Mbps 145 / 300 Mbps 145 / 300 Mbps 145 / 30 o design Rx:SS 3x3:3 (2.4 GHz) 2x3:2 (5 GHz) 2x2:2 (2.4 GHz) 2x2:2 (5 GHz) 2x3:2 2x3:2 2x3 s per radio 100 100 200 200 20 eanAir n n n entLink n n n dSelect n n n n n oStream n n n n n AP detection n n n n n Connect n n n n n ess mesh n n n n n ure range °C -30 to 65 -30 to 65 -40 to 55 -40 to 55 -40 t New
  • 46. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid •  Antenna Gain: 3/5 dBi (2/5GHz) •  2G: 3x3:3 (Tx/Rx/3SS) 5G: 2x3:2 •  Tx Power •  2G: 24 dBm/Tx = 28 dBm; EIRP= 31 dBm •  5G: 24 dBm/Tx = 27 dBm; EIRP= 32 dBm •  Power Interface: PoE or DC (48V) •  Power Consumption: 28.5 W •  Weight: 2.3kg •  LAN port (10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet) •  LTE & WiMAX Signal Rejection (2.1/2.3 GHz; 30 dB; 2.5 GHz; 3 •  Spectrum Intelligence (potential future SW release) •  India Extended Band: 5.825-5.875 GHz •  IP67 •  -30 to +65 ºC Ambient, +55 ºC with Solar Loading (1200W/m2) 10 cm (9 x 7 x 4”); < 3.0 Liters; 2.3 kg
  • 47. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid •  Cover can be painte to blend with background •  No Cisco logo Ruckus 7782
  • 48. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid 1552E 1532E 1550 Parameter 1530 SFP backhaul X Cable backhaul X CleanAir X ClientLink X Direct AC power input X PoE Out X GPS X Battery Backup X Haz Loc version X 0 supports many options not available on the 1530
  • 49. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid t AP Series End of Sale Announce End of Sale Date SW End of Support* HW End of Support Software Release Support Recomme Aironet 80 G2 Ser 30, 1240v Jan 25, 2013 Jul 26, 2013 Q3 2016 Jul 31, 2018 Last MD release – 8.0.x Last feature release – 8.0 1600 / 2 1140, 1260v Apr 2, 2013 Oct 1, 2013 Q3 2016 Sep 30, 2018 Last MD release – 8.0.x, IOS XE 3.6 (Amur) Last feature release – TBD 1600 / 2 40, 1140 EU/ETSIv♯ Sep 1, 2012 Nov 30, 2012 Q3 2016 Mar 31, 2018 Last MD release – 8.0.x, IOS XE 3.6 (Amur) Last feature release – TBD 1600 / 2 3500 No plan currently No plan currently TBD No plan currently Beyond 8.0 3700 1310 July 2012 January 2013 Q3 2013 Q1 CY18 Last feature release – 7.0.x 1530 / 1 1520v October 2011 March 2012 Q3 2016 Q1 CY17 Last MD release – 8.0.x Last feature release – 8.0 1530 / 1 524SBv Q4 CY12 Q2 CY13 Q3 2016 Q2 CY18 Last MD release – 8.0.x Last feature release – 8.0 1530 / 1 presented as Quarter CY are provided a Target dates, instead of Actual. dware support in 8.0 for 1130,1240, and 1520. New features introduced in 8.0 not be supported. OS timeline for EU/ETSI due to new DFS rules starting 2013 *Projected, based on 2 years out from 8.0 FCS CISCO CONFIDENTIAL – NDA ONLY
  • 50. Cisco Confidnd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. WLC High Availability
  • 51. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid 5500, WiSM2, 7500, 8500 Series L2 Redundant Link Active WLC Hot-Standby WLC Since 7.3, an evolving wireless stateful failover capability in appliance and integrated controllers D is always beaconing (even after primary controller is down) second WLAN network convergence Backup Controller (Requires L2 Adj.) 5508 WiSM2 Flex7500 8500 2500 $20,000 $25,000 $40,000 $60,000 (N + 1 only) $2,000
  • 52. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS)
  • 53. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid with Integrated 802.11ac (3x4:3SS) •  Active – Standby 1:1 Redundancy •  Both WLC share IP Address of management interface •  Bulk and Incremental Config Sync •  APs does not go in Discovery state when Active WLC fails •  Supported on 5500 / 7500 / 8500 and WiSM-2 WLC •  Downtime 5 - 1000 msec in case of Box failover , ~3 seconds in case of Network Issues •  Auto-recovery from maintenance mode once Peer-RP and default gateway reach-ability is restored •  SSO Support for Internal DHCP Server •  SSO support for sleeping clients •  SSO support for OEAP 600 •  CAC method Bandwidth allocation parameters for both voice & video and Call Statistics synced to the Standby •  GW reach-ability check mechanism enhanced to avoid false positives •  Peer RMI ICMP ping replaced with UDP messages •  Faster HA Pair-up •  Active – Standby can be geographically separated over L2 VLAN/Fiber •  Client database is synced to the Standby Client information is synced when client moves to RUN state. Client re-association is avoided on switch over •  Fully authenticated clients(RUN state) are synced to the peer •  Effective service downtime = Detection time + Switch Over Time (Network recovery/ convergence) Phase 1 : APSSO 7.3 Phase 2 : Client SSO 7.5 Phase 3 : Improvements 8.0
  • 54. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid ulk Sync Status nhanced debugs/ serviceability for HA onfigurable keep-alive timer/retries and peer-search timer value eplace peer RMI ICMP ping with UDP message tandby WLC on-the-fly Maintenance mode efault gateway reachability check enhancement aster HA Pairup
  • 55. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid ism to convey the status of Bulk Sync, both AP and ync can be Pending/In-progress/Complete of “show redundancy summary” will also reflect Bulk atus
  • 56. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid es s All Infra Transport Keep-Alive GW-Reachability Config-Sync
  • 57. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Keep-alive retry 3 to 10 Keep-alive timer 100 to 1000ms Peer search timer 60-300 s
  • 58. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid ernal DHCP ver’ can be gured on HA ed Controllers ed to Standby so that soon a Switchover nternal DHCP ver’ on new ve will start ving clients.
  • 59. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid eping Client ync between ctive and ndby WLC ping clients id web re- entication if y wake-up ithin the eping client out interval switchover
  • 60. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid AP600 will not et their PWAP nnel nts will ue their ection he new tive ller in a mless nner
  • 61. Cisco Confidnd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Application Visibility and Control
  • 62. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid cation classification and Control 39 applications with NBAR2 ne ort of 16 AVC profiles with 32 per profile AVC profiles support per WLAN; e profile support on multiple Ns profile mapped to WLAN has a or MARK or DROP action hical presentation on the oller of all classified applications NetFlow exporter and monitor can onfigured on WLC NetFlow monitoring on PI with license •  Protocol Pack 4.1 Support in AVC phase 2 •  Additional application support – total of 1056 •  Protocol Pack dynamic load to update applications support •  Protocol Pack 9.0 •  NBAR Engine rel 3.1 •  AAA AVC Profile over-ride clients •  AVC Per Application, Per based Rate limiting on WL •  Integration of AVC profiles Local Policy classification user and per device •  AVC Directional QoS DSC Marking for Upstream and Downstream traffic •  Support for 1088 applicat •  AVC – 8.0 •  Phase-3
  • 63. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Rel 8.0 AAA AVC profile over-ride per clients to obtain different AVC profiles n though they are connected to the same WLAN. A attribute for client or for a user profile can be configured on AAA servers, e en Radius/Cisco ACS/ISE. e AAA attribute is defined as a generic Cisco “AV-Pair” and can be defined a ng and value pair in AAA. e AAA AVC Profile is defined as a Cisco AV Pair. The String is defined as “av file-name” . This has to be configured for any AVC profile existing on the WL or to rel 8.0 AVC Profile is configured on a WLAN and all clients connected to that WLAN uld inherit the same AVC profile.
  • 64. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Teacher be Teacher Student YouTube Facebook bi Student Cisco-av-pair=avc-profile-name=<avc profi PI/AAAWLC Switch AP SSID: Classroom Security:WPA2/802.1x Cisco-av-pair=role=<role name> Skype Facebook Skype bittorrent
  • 65. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid E configuration for AVC
  • 66. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid C configuration for AAA override mple – Teacher, Student
  • 67. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid (WLC) >show client detail 18:20:32:bd:52:b7 Client MAC Address............................... 18:20:32:bd:52:b7 Client Username ................................. student1 Client State..................................... Associated Client User Group................................ student Client NAC OOB State............................. Access Wireless LAN Id.................................. 2 Wireless LAN Network Name (SSID)................. ClassroomAVC Wireless LAN Profile Name........................ ClassroomAVC Policy Manager State............................. RUN Policy Manager Rule Created...................... Yes Audit Session ID................................. 0a0a0a0500000061533434e9 AAA Role Type.................................... student Local Policy Applied............................. None AVC Profile Name: ............................... student-AVC CLI AVC client configuration show client detail
  • 68. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Profile Applied on the WLAN -IPv6) >show avc profile detailed <Profile Name>
  • 69. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid ranular Policy for AVC – Use Cases and Device specific Application Policies ROLE BASED APPLICATION POLICY •  Alice(Nurse) and Bob(IT Admin) are both employees in a hospital •  Both Alice and connected to same SSID. •  Bob can access certain applications (for e.g. YouTube), Alice cannot ROLE BASED + DEVICE TYPE APPLICATION POLICY •  Alice can access EMR info on an IT provisioned Windows Laptop •  Alice cannot access EMR info on her personal iPAD ROLE BASED + DEVICE TYPE + APPLICATION SPECIFIC POLICY •  Alice has limited access (rate limit) to Skype on her iPhone and limited download (directional) for Bittorrent
  • 70. Cisco Confidnd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Bonjour Phase 1, II and III
  • 71. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Bonjour - 7.5 Phase -2 Bonjour - 8.0 Phase -3 njour service with mDNS eway for wired and wireless vices njour Service policy applied per rface or per WLAN NS services cached on the troller njour services available on all ntroller seen L2 domains njour services supported on the hor controller njour services supported with and L3 roaming services and 64 service- viders per service type pport of Flex Connect APs in tral and local mode Bonjour - 7.4 Phase -1 •  Support of mDNS services across L3 domains •  Introduction of mDNS AP for Bonjour service snooping on 10 Wired VLANs •  LSS – Location Specific Services •  Priority MAC of Bonjour service •  Origin Based service discovery •  6400 services and service- providers per service type •  Bonjour GW with acce policy controlled servic discovery •  Device service mappin access policy •  Bonjour Group and sin access policy manage •  Bonjour profile control local policy •  Bonjour Device management from ISE •  Introduction of Bonjou admin to manage spec Bonjour services from Prime
  • 72. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Scaling and Expanding Services .4, we worked on mDNS GW on the controller, Service snooping and Unicast ponds to Service requests .5, we worked on scaling and expanding services: ation Specific Services (LSS): tired of seeing all wireless Apple TVs in the entire campus? Enable “LSS” nly see the Bonjour devices on the AP you are associated to NS AP: In 7.4, wired devices must be on WLC trunk to be seen. In 7.5, Bonjour devices on mdns-AP switc so listed gin-Based Service Discovery: only want to see wired Bonjour Devices (including mDNS AP)? Or only ss Bonjour devices? Enable Origin-Based Service Discovery and you will only see wireless or wired Apple TV N X AP WLC L3 Switch VLAN Y Trunk AirPrint VLAN Z CAPWAP Tunnel want to see his one Bldg 5 Not this one! I can see that one to attached via mdns-
  • 73. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Scaling and Expanding Services - continued 7.5, we worked on scaling and expanding services: rvice limit: extended from 100 devices / 64 services to 6400 on 2500,5508,WiSM2 and vWLC and 16000 se 510 and 8510 UC Controllers. ority MAC: (in large campuses), ensures that up to 50 MAC per Service Instance addresses are always lis if network contains more than 6400 / 16000 services njour Browser: WLC lists all discovered services, even if you did not configure them (easier to add to the ce list) Apple TV N X AP WLC L3 Switch VLAN Y Trunk AirPrint VLAN Z CAPWAP Tunnel Make sure everyone sees that TV These are the I see: pick the you need
  • 74. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid Policy mponents Organize by using policies 0 you can create Service Groups: Users (roles and identity), Devices, Service then you decide how these Service Groups interact by usin our Polices and Profiles with ISE on mDNS enabled Contro Location Device Type Student Teacher Admin John User-Role Identity Bonjour Instant Services WLC
  • 75. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confid AirPlay njour Policy Example for Education cher Network mDNS Service Instances Groups Student Network t AirPlay File Share Teacher ervice Profile AirPlay File Share Student Service Profile iTunes Sharing Same WLAN Apple TV1 Apple TV1 Apple TV2 AirP Teacher Service Instance List Student Service Instance List
  • 76. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. High Density Design requirements for the Digital Classroom
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  • 78. Cisco ConfideCisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. DX Technology h Density Experiences interference and mitigation CTABLITY Beam forming for 802.11a/g/n/ac UNMATCHED SCALE Optimized for high density performance HDX Technology = Solution for High Density BYOD Environments n n AP ac ac n ac AN AIR CLIENT LINK TURBO BOOST BATTERY SAVINGS INTELLIGENT ROAMING OPTIMIZED ROAMING RF NO REDUC RELIAB Unstick clients as they roam between AP’s or to cellular Recycle RF c maximize spect
  • 79. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. channel interference is key. Consider using only 20Mhz wide channels instead of bonding channels at 40 or even 80Mhz will need to shutoff some of the 2.4Ghz radios depending on how many AP’s are in the room for channel isolation. Rem only 3 channels, 1,6 and 11. I use about 50 users per AP for rough sizing guide before construction. s outside of the HDR can cause co-channel interference. Consider this into the design and you maybe able to isolate the enna’s also. ni directional antennas are NOT a good option for HDR because of RF propagation. Always use a directional patch anten he Cisco AIR-ANT2566 as this will help reduce the RF cell size. Using ether a 3602E or 3702E is a good option from an uce data rates to reduce cell size on both the 2.4 and 5Ghz spectrum. s with directional patch antennas won’t hear each other very well for TPC so RRM will adjust the power to the highest po ke sure to survey and set power to lower maximum to achieve 20% overlap of cells. h no occupancy in the room, RRM will adjust TPC lower. Since RRM does slow incremental adjustments, consider settin inimum TPC power setting for for when the 180lbs water bags fill the room again. a value for RX-SOP “Receive Start Of Packet”. This will make AP’s hard of hearing for other AP’s and clients on the sam careful !!
  • 80. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. eiver Start of Packet Detection Threshold (RX-SOP) determines the Wi-Fi signal level in m at which an AP radio will demodulate and decode a packet. higher the level, the less sensitive the radio is and the smaller the receiver cell size will educing the cell size we can affect every thing from the distribution of clients to our eption of channel utilization is for High Density designs – and requires knowledge of the behavior you want to port ent needs to have someplace to go if you ignore it on the current cell ARNING – This setting is a brick wall – if you set it above where your clients are being heard – t will no longer be heard. Really.
  • 81. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. duce sensitivity to interference and noise – reduce Channel Utilization harpens the cell edge – we will hear what we intend to cover veats – ou can significantly reduce coverage ou can make it impossible for intended clients to associate or communicate with your AP s feature is to be used in conjunction with a known design to solve a specific problems whe understand the coverage and usage of the network by the users -SOP is available at the global level as well as in RF profiles – Strongly recommend applyin y through profiles – to solve specific problems with HDX
  • 82. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. ettings High, Medium, Low, Auto uto is default behavior, and leaves X-SOP function linked to CCA reshold for automatic adjustment ost networks can support a LOW tting and see improvement his affects all packets seen at the ceiver
  • 83. -80dB -85dB Today’s Solution Cisco “Optimized Roamin 3G or 4G -80dB -80dB ak Wi-Fi Signal t Stickiness uses Poor Experience all Drop Cell rmance Consistent User Experience Efficien Usa
  • 84. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Sets a threshold RSSI value and or Minimum Data rate that a client will be sent a deauth at Developed to support Cellular Hand Off Global configuration of 4 Parameters vailable Enable/Disable Interval (seconds) Data Rate threshold RSSI threshold configured through Data CHD Trigger is Pre-Coverage hole event – set nder CHDM config
  • 85. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Enable/Disable – Global command nterval = #seconds between checks at the Radio Data Rate threshold- Used in conjunction with RSSI threshold, if set is a ating function where both data rate and rssi must e true for action – default is disabled RSSI threshold – set through data RSSI config in Coverage at the global level, and under RRM in RF Profile
  • 86. nd/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 36! 40! 44! 48! 52! 56! 60! 64! 68! 72! 76! 80! 84! 88! 92! 96! 100! 104! 108! 112! 116! 120! 124! 128! 132! 136! 140! 144! 149! 153! 157! 161! 165! 169! 173! 20 40 80 160 20 40 80 160 20 40 80 160 a Existing Channel New Channel UNII-2UNII-1 NEW! UNII-2 NEW! UNII-2 UNII-3 N 5250 MHz 5350 MHz 5470 MHz 5725 MHz 5725 MHz
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