Cisco Smart Business Communications System [email protected] Cisco Wireless Mobility Express pre malé podniky a Cisco Unified Wireless Network riešenia pre SMB stredné podniky. IDEA 2.0 – Slide 1 SessionMarkets number:Unified 923 274 942 Emerging Communications Bezplatné číslo (volanie cez Skype): +1 866 432 9903 Lokálny tel. pre Česko: +420 221 435 100 Lokálny tel. pre Slovensko: +421 258 255 309 © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco WLAN Solutions Overview Enterprise and SP Portfolio Feature Richness Autonomous and Unified Solutions Indoor and Outdoor Solutions SBCS Mobility 500 Express – WLC526 AP521 (controller mode) Configuration Assistant Mobility 500 Express – AP521 (standalone) Configuration Assistant * UC500 AP 1 AP © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 APs 12 APs 30k APs Cisco SMB Solutions Portfolio Smart Business Communications System Complete SMB Product Portfolio § End-to-end solution § Designed for SMB § World class service and support § Best of breed solutions § Scalable designs § World class service and support © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Smart Business Communication System Simple, Complete, Secure Communication Solution for SMB Unified Communications IP Phones Switching Wireless Teleworker UC500 Series 7900 Series CE520 Series AP500 WLC 500 Cisco 870W • 8 to 48 Voice Users • All Cisco Unified IP Phones are • Desktop & supported Rackmount Models • Optional Integrated WLAN AP on desktop models • 8 port desktop and 24 port rack mount models • Companion Switch for UC500 Business & Productivity Applications Cisco Smart Assist Features Cisco Configuration Assistant Cisco Monitor Director © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. • Autonomous APs or • VPN, Wired and Wireless Access, Unified Wireless Solution with Mobility Remote IP Phone extension Express Cisco Wireless Mobility Express § Part of the Smart Business Communications System § Works equally well as a standalone solution § An optimized WLAN solution for SMB Easy to configure Easy to manage Grows as your business grows © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless Mobility Express § Enables real-time access to core business applications for mobile workers § Provides enterprise-class secure connectivity § Highly scalable § Low total cost of ownership © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Mobility Express Solution A Solution That Evolves with You Integration § Part of the Smart Business Communications System Flexible Cost § Pay as you grow Hardware Software Advanced mobility services Business-grade features § § § § Reliability built-in Security Scalability Advanced mobility services Cisco Mobility Express Solution Application-Based Access Points, controllers, plus application Servers Controller-Based Access points plus controllers Standalone Access points © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Adapt to Your Level of Sophistication Grow with Your Business Offer a Mobile Foundation for All Access Points Cisco 521 Wireless Express Access Point § Characteristics Up to three APs can be managed through Cisco Configuration Assistant (CCA) in standalone mode Up to six APs can be managed through CCA in controller-based mode APs only associate with Cisco Wireless Express Mobility Controllers § Features Single radio 802.11b/g Enterprise class security Indoor Access Point § Standalone mode: AIR-AP521G-x-K9 § Controller-based mode: AIR-LAP521G-x-K9 § List price $499 Industry’s best range and throughput Simultaneous air monitoring and traffic delivery Flexible, secure mounting options § Benefits From secure coverage to advanced services Zero touch management No dedicated air monitors © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Controllers Cisco 526 Wireless Express Mobility Controller § Characteristics Managed through Cisco Configuration Assistant Supports up to six Cisco Wireless Express APs Two 10/100 Ethernet ports Only manages Cisco Wireless Express APs Up to two controllers per network § Features Centralized management of users, APs, policies, etc. Automated radio resource management EZ virtual network with up to eight SSIDs/VLANs Mobility management Guest access ready Optimized voice over Wi-Fi ready § SKU: AIR-WLC526-K9 § List Price: $1799 © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. § Benefits Advanced enterprise grade features incl. Security Cost effective solution for SMB Ideal for data, voice, and video Integration with SBCS Cisco Configuration Assistant v1.5 § Supports all SBCS components § Supports Mobility Express with new features & enhancements § Wizards simplify configuration of access points / controllers § Free download from CCO § Runs on Windows XP © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Typical Deployment Example AP521 Example Smart Assist Features Access Points System Management Tools for Configuration & Monitoring WLC500 Wireless CE520 Switching UC500 Network Foundation PSTN DSL/Cable Modem or Router for WAN Communications, Productivity & Business Applications © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Internet 4 Analog Station Ports (Fax, Door Bell, etc) Teleworker Secure Remote Phone support Mobility Express Standalone access points Provide a Mobile Foundation for Simpler and Faster Adoption Cisco 521 Wireless Express Access Points LAN Company Name: MobExpress Number of Sites Number of Employees Number of Business Partners 1 50 Cisco Configuration Assistant Integrated Management 0 Site 1 © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Mobility Express Controller-based architecture Increase coverage, users, & locations Add Controller for Central Configuration and Mobile Services Provide a Mobile Foundation for Simpler and Faster Adoption Radio Resource Management Company Name: MobExpress Number of Sites Centralized Management 2 Number of Employees 150 Number of Business Partners 20 EZ Virtual Networks Site 2 © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Configuration Assistant ü Site 1 Connecting Standalone Access Points § Connect PC running CCA to the switch § Connect up to three APs to PoE ports on the switch (use supplied power injectors if PoE ports are not available) § If CE 500 series is deployed, configure smart ports for APs § APs will obtain IP address from the DHCP server – be sure DHCP server has been configured on the UC500 or that a DHCP server is set up on the network © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Connect Controller to the Network § Connect the controller to the CE500 series switch § Be sure smart port is configured as ‘Switch’ § While controller reboots, connect PC with CCA to the CE 500 series switch, making sure it is on the same subnet as the controller and switch § Launch CCA © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Support for Voice, Data, Guest WLANs © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CUWN Products for SMB § Often sold to SMB customers: Aironet 1130AG Series APs Aironet 1240AG Series APs 2100 Series WLAN Controller § “Entry-level” enterprise products for SMB customers who want advanced security, mobility applications, scalability § Enables more AP and radio choices § Scalability to meet the requirements of small businesses to large enterprises § Stronger investment protection © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Mobility Express Solution § Lower total cost of ownership TCO 30–40% lower than Cisco Unified Wireless Network § Management Cisco Configuration Assistant designed specially for SMBs, integrates Mobility and Unified Communications § Capacity requirements for the future Can support up to 12 Cisco Wireless Express access points § Features Simple feature set, suitable for SMB applications © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Deployment Recommendations Cisco Mobility Express Solution SMB focused Cisco Unified Wireless Network Enterprise Focused 6 APs per controller 2 controllers per network Stay within the 500 Series No limitation H-REAP supported All APs supported on all controllers Roaming 2 controllers, 1 mobility group Layers 2 and 3 72 controllers, 24 mobility groups Layers 2 and 3 Security Encryption and authentication Encryption and authentication Intrusion detection and prevention Shared management with SBCS (All elements/technologies included) Some features share management with the wired infrastructure (security) Mobility Applications Simplified Voice over Wi-Fi Guest access Voice over Wi-Fi Full Guest access Location-based services Management Cisco Configuration Assistant (View of multiple networks) Wireless Control System AP Not to Exceed $500 Controller Not to Exceed $2000 AP: $599–$999 Controller: $3250–45,995 Capacity/ Scalability Integration Cost © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Advanced Mobility Express Services Controller-based solution improves productivity, operations Guest Access § Customized portal page for guest login and authentication § Simple set-up and admin of secure access for visitors § Segments guest traffic on separate VLAN Voice over WLAN § Single & Dual Mode Phones § Optimized QoS, Call Admission Control, & fast inter-AP hand-off § Voice optimization button eases AP and 7921 configuration § Voice configuration templates © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless Mobility Express vs. Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless Controller Features SBCS CUWN Zero touch LAP support ü ü Layer 3 support ü ü Multiple WLANs ü ü Multiple VLANs ( Dynamic Interfaces) ü ü Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2, MAC, ACL ü ü RADIUS 802.1x Authentication ü ü Voice over WLAN ready ü ü WMM support ü ü Layer 2 and 3 roaming ü ü Wireless Guest User access ü ü Internal and Customizable Web Portal support ü ü Lobby Admin support (Web UI) ü ü Auto RM support ( Auto RF) ü ü Wireless Protection Policies ü ü 802.11b/g support ü ü Rogue Detection (Web UI) ü ü Multiple Countries support ü ü © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless Mobility Express vs. Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless Controller Features SBCS CCA – Configuration Assistant ü Dynamic VLAN Synchronization ü Wizard Device Setup ü SNMP support ( Web UI for Monitor Director) ü CUWN WCS support Location Base services ü Mesh support ü H-REAP support ü Local EAP ü Internal RADIUS Server ü Internal DHCP Server ü Wired Guest User access ü AP Monitor/Sniffer mode support ü Intrusion Protection Services ü 802.11a/n support ü Multicast support ü Full SNMP support ü © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. ü WLAN AP Comparison Companies Cisco D-Link NETGEAR 521 (b/g), 1130(b/g) DWL-2130AP DWL-2230AP DWL-3140 WGL102 1130, 1240 DWL-7130AP DWL-7230AP DWL-8220AP WAGL102 521 (b/g), 1130(b/g) DWL-2200AP WG302, WG602 1130, 1240 DWL-7100AP DWL-7200AP WG602 3Com ProCurve Indoor – Dependent (requires controller) Single Radio a/b/g Dual Radio a/b/g 7760, 8760 Indoor Standalone Single Radio a/b/g Dual Radio a/b/g 420 7760, 8760 530, ProCurve 10ag Cisco Wireless Competitive Reference Guide - http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/partner/WWChannels/technology/wireless/download/wireless_crg.pdf - Requires CCO logon © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. WLAN Controller Comparison Cisco Companies D-Link NETGEAR 3Com DWS-3250 DWS-3227/3227P DES-1228P DWS-1008 WFS709TP 3CRUS2475 APs: 16 to 48 APs: up to 24 ProCurve Distribution 4402 APs: 12 to 50 Integrated Access Integration with Switching 3750G APs: 12 to 50 APs: 12 to 50 Integration with Routing WLC for ISR platforms APs: 8 to 12 Small Office 526 APs: 1 to 12 2106 ZD 1006 APs: 6 APs: 1 to 6 WLC for ISR APs: 1 to 12 Cisco Wireless Competitive Reference Guide - http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/partner/WWChannels/technology/wireless/download/wireless_crg.pdf - Requires CCO logon © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Security – Alphabet Soup 802.1X Provides a framework for authenticating users and controlling access to a protected network and dynamic encryption keys to protect data privacy EAP Extensible Authentication Protocol – authentication framework for wireless and wired Ethernet networks TLS Transport Layer Security. Designed to authenticate and encrypt data communications, prevent eavesdropping, message forgery, and interference PEAP Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (802.1X authentication) LEAP Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol (Cisco proprietary) TKIP Temporal Key Integrity Protocol. Wireless security encryption mechanism in WPA AES Advanced Encryption Standard MIC Message Integrity Check WEP The original security standard used to encrypt wireless network traffic WPA2 Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. Strong data protection and network access control. Uses FIPS 140-2 compliant AES encryption algorithm and 802.1X-based authentication LWAPP Lightweight Access Point Protocol can control multiple access points at once CAPWAP Control & Provisioning of Wireless Access Points X.509 ITU-T standard for public key (cryptography) infrastructure; specifies standard formats for certificates and certification path validation algorithm FIPS Federal Information Processing Standard © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Wi-Fi Protected Access § What are the differences between WPA / WPA2? Authentication / encryption standards for /clients and APs Gold WPA2/802.11i • EAP Fast/TLS/PEAP • AES 802.1x authentication WPA uses TKIP encryption Silver WPA2 uses AES encryption WPA § Which should I use? • EAP-Fast/TLS/PEAP • TKIP Gold, for supporting NIC/OSs Silver, if you have legacy clients Lead, if you absolutely have no other choice (i.e., ASDs) © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Lead Dynamic WEP • EAP-Fast/LEAP • VLANs + ACLs Cisco Unified Wireless Network Associated Benefits Products / Solutions Wireless Control System © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Standalone mode Access Points Controller based mode WLAN Controllers § Simplified management For more than two controllers § Integrated wired / wireless management § § § § Centralized management Integrated form factor Dynamic RF management Advanced security Secure guest access Intrusion detection & prevention § Affordable entry level solution § Benefit from the latest Wi-Fi standards § Investment protection Autonomous Deployments Originally Had Little Coordination § Each AP had its own view of the network – like standalone cell towers § No hierarchical view of the RF – or the network © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Enter The Controller DHCP DHCP DNS DNS RADIUS RADIUS ACS ACS HPOV HPOV Control and Management LWAPP (CAPWAP) © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Benefits of Controller-Based Architecture § Centralized configuration and management § Roaming capabilities for true mobility § Advanced services § Radio Resource Management § Client load balancing © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. RRM: Dynamic Channel Assignment § Channel 1 (2.4 GHz) is Access Point default § AP reports metrics to controller: Load: % total time transmitting/receiving 802.11 frames Noise: AP calculated noise values on each serviced channel Interference: % taken up by contending 802.11 transmissions Signal Strength: RSSI values of the AP’s neighbors § RRM makes changes to the channel plan, if necessary § Logic is applied to minimize changes § Running APs return to default assignment on reboot © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Why Do Customers Choose Cisco? Industry leading wireless solution Proven Customer Track Record § 5+ Million Cisco APs deployed worldwide § 128,000+ Cisco WLAN customers worldwide § 95% of Fortune 500 companies use Cisco products § Cisco ranked Top 10 Most Powerful Networking Company by Network World § Whole offer: technologies, service and support, flexible financing or leasing options and industry-specific solutions § Market Leadership: 61% market share, significantly more share than nearest competitors (Aruba, Motorola) © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Why Do Customers Choose Cisco? Driving Industry Standards § Wi-Fi Alliance founding member § Founding contributors to Network World’s “Wireless Wizards” column § Award winning CCIE Program Proven Track Record of Innovation § Initial author of 802.11 and LWAPP § Chair of numerous IEEE Committees § Cisco spends more on Wireless R&D than the combined revenue of our two top competitors Smart Business Applications § Mobility Services § Technology Developer Partners © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Compatible Extensions The Standard for Client Advancement Over 90% of Client Devices Cisco Compatible Client Devices Features Client Devices § Assured compatibility with 400+ devices § Standards-based § Enhanced security, mobility, and performance § Supports Mobility Services i.e.. Location, voice Benefits § Accelerates innovation § Supports diverse enterprise applications § Ensures multi-vendor interoperability § Enables simplified deployment of mobile WLAN clients http://www.cisco.com/go/ciscocompatible/wireless © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Ďakujem za pozornosť. Q & A? Stanislav Hrda [email protected] © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
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