Lets make WiFi to Fly
ComputerLand – WiFi Day
Lets make WiFi to Fly ;-)
Marchal Sebastien – System Engineer Mobility - Belux
April 2016
Agenda
• Meraki – Full Enterprise Networking Stack
• Mobility Express
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Meraki – Full Stack
From Wireless to Full stack!
Zero-touch installation and configuration
Customer Site
Unbox & Plug-in
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Cisco Meraki: Bringing the cloud to enterprise networks
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MR Wireless LAN
BYOD policies
Application traffic shaping
Guest access
Voice and video QoS
Layer 7 app visibility
Virtual stacking
WIDS / WIPS
PoE / PoE + on all ports
802.11ac (1Gps)
Remote packet capture,
Meraki SM
Mobile Device
Management
Zero-touch site to site VPN
WAN optimization
NG firewall
Centralized app
deployment
Content filtering
Device security
WAN balancing
Rapid provisioning
NG Intrusion detection
cable testing
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MX Security
Appliances
MS Ethernet
Switches
Enterprise security
Location analytics
Complete cloud-managed networking portfolio
Complete line of wireless, switching, security, WAN optimization,
and MDM; Integrated hardware, software, and cloud services
Leader in cloud managed networking, over 20,000 customer networks
worldwide
7 years operating in the cloud
Customer deployments doubling annually
Antivirus
3G/4G
Backpack™ file sharing
Asset management
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Cloud-managed networking architecture
Network endpoints securely
connected to the cloud
Cloud-hosted centralized
management platform
Intuitive browser-based
dashboard
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Scalable cloud infrastructure
Telmex
Nationwide hotspot and
3G offload network
Dress Barn
Nation-wide deployment spanning
hundreds of retail stores
Motel 6
70,000 hotel room deployment
Jeffco School District 80,000
student district with 100+ schools
Proven in 10,000+ endpoint deployments
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Intuitive web-based dashboard
Wired +
wireless
Client
fingerprints
Application
QoS
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Instant
search
Location
analytics
Real-time
control
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SaaS feature delivery
BYOD feature velocity, past 36 months:
2010
2011
2012
2013
Feature updates seamlessly delivered from the cloud (user-scheduled)
Adapts to new devices, applications, and business opportunities
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Distributed networks
Centralized cloud
management scales to
thousands of sites
Multi-site visibility and Map-based dashboard; configuration sync; remote diagnostics; automatic
control
monitoring and alerts
Zero-touch
provisioning
Devices automatically provision from the cloud, no staging required; selfconfiguring site-to-site VPN
Traffic acceleration
WAN optimization and web caching accelerates and de-duplicates network
traffic; application-aware QoS prioritizes productivity apps
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High capacity edge networks
RF optimization and
application-aware QoS for highthroughput, high-density WLAN
Layer 7 application
traffic shaping
Throttle, block, or prioritize application traffic with DPI-based fingerprinting; set
user and group-based shaping rules
Cloud-base RF
optimization
Dynamically avoid interference, optimizing channel selection and power levels
Density-optimized
WLAN
RF platform tuned for airtime fairness and performance in dense performancecritical environments
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Bring your own device (BYOD)
Out-of-the-box security,
management, and capacity for
BYOD-ready deployments
Device-aware security
Device-aware firewall and access control; Antivirus scan; LAN isolation;
Bonjour Gateway; Content and security filtering
Integrated MDM
Enforce encryption, passcodes, and device restrictions; Deploy enterprise
applications; Remotely lock or wipe devices
Simplified onboarding Flexible authentication with AD integration, SMS authentication, hosted splash
pages, and automatic MDM enrollment
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User analytics and engagement
Built-in location
analytics dashboard
Optimize marketing
and business
operations
Analyze capture rate, dwell time, and new / repeat visitors to measure
advertising, promotions, site utilization, etc.
Built-in analytics
Integrated into WLAN, no extra sensors, appliances, or software
Extensible API
Integrate location data with CRM, loyalty programs, and custom applications
for targeted real-time offers
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Flexible authentication and access control
Flexible built-in
authentication
mechanisms
Flexible
authentication
Secure 802.1x and Active Directory authentication; Facebook Authentication
for branding and targeted social marketing; SMS self-service authentication,
Lobby Ambassador, and hosted sign-on splash pages
Dynamic access
control
Assign clients layer 3-7 firewall rules, VLANs, and application-aware quality of
service by identity, group, location, or device type
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Simplified enterprise security
Enterprise-class security features
for security-conscious
environments
Air Marshal
WIDS/WIPS
Detect wireless attacks; contain rogue APs; cloud-based alerting and
diagnostics
User and device aware User, device, and group-based firewall rules (layer 3-7) with
security
Active Directory integration
Complete NG firewall
and content security
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Application firewall; content filtering matching 1B+ URLs; antivirus /
antimalware filtering; Google safe-search
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MR wireless access points
Feature highlights
Enterprise security
BYOD policies
Guest access
Application traffic shaping
WIDS / WIPS
Location analytics
7 models including indoor/outdoor, high-performance and high-value
Enterprise-class silicon including RF optimization, PoE, voice/video support
Lifetime warranty on indoor APs
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MR wireless access point portfolio
NEW
Indoor
APs
MR34
MR32
MR18
MR42
2 Stream Triple-Radio
2 Stream Triple-Radio
3 Stream Triple-Radio
3 Stream Triple-Radio
802.11n
Bluetooth Low Energy
802.11ac
Bluetooth Low Energy
802.11ac
802.11ac – Wave 2
Outdoor
APs
MR62
MR66
MR72
Single-Radio
2 Stream Dual-Radio
2 Stream Triple-Radio
2.4 GHz 802.11n
802.11n
Bluetooth Low Energy
802.11ac
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Dedicated 3rd radio tames hostile RF environments
Unique triple-radio design across the portfolio
Radio dedicated to scanning and protecting RF environment
- Instantly detects and mitigates interference, vulnerabilities, and attacks
on all channels
- 3rd radio enables full-time scanning with full-performance client access
on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios
Deeply-integrated with cloud-based software solutions:
Air Marshal, Auto RF, CMX
No added cost or complexity
- Typical deployments: radio operates in background (zero-config)
- Power users: rich tools available for security and RF management
- No added cost: no extra hardware, software, or licenses
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Bluetooth Low Energy enables location-based applications
Operates on the 2.4GHz ISM band
Gaining traction as an opt-in alternative to WiFi-based location services
Location Engagement
Asset Tracking
Provide better consumer experience with
opt-in mobile app integration
Track beacon-tagged assets with BLE
scanning and location estimation
Integrated into the MR42, MR32 and MR72
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MX Appliance
Security
NG Firewall, Client VPN,
Site to Site VPN, IDS/IPS
Networking
NAT/DHCP, 3G/4G Cellular,
Static Routing, Link Balancing
Application Control
WAN Optimization, Traffic
Shaping, Content Filtering
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Choosing the right MX for your environment
Where
MX64/64W
Unique Features
Adv Sec Throughput
Small branches
(~50 users)
Wireless (MX64W)
100 Mbps
Mid-size branches
(~200 users)
2x SFP ports
1 TB Storage for Web Caching
300 Mbps
For teleworkers
(1-5 users)
MX84
Mid-size branches
(~500 users)
2x SFP ports
1 TB Storage for Web Caching
600 Mbps
MX100
MX400
Large branch/campus
(~10,000 users)
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Dual-radio wireless
FW throughput: 50 Mbps
Large branch/campus
(~2,000 users)
MX600
Z1
SFP (1 Gpbs), and SFP+ (10 Gbps)
interfaces
1 TB Storage for Web Caching
1 Gbps
SFP (1 Gpbs), and SFP+ (10 Gbps)
interfaces
4 TB Storage for Web Caching
1 Gbps
All devices support 3G/4G
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MS access & aggregation switches
Feature
highlights
Voice and video QoS
Layer 7 app visibility
Virtual stacking
PoE / PoE + on all ports
Remote packet capture,
cable testing
Gigabit access switches in 8, 24, and 48 port configurations, PoE available on all ports
10 Gigabit SFP+ aggregation switches in 24 and 48 port configurations
Enterprise-class performance and reliability including non-blocking performance, voice/video QoS,
and a lifetime warranty
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Systems Manager mobile device management
Feature
highlights
Centralized app
deployment
Device security
Rapid provisioning
Backpack™ file sharing
Asset management
Device Management controls iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows devices
Cloud-based - no on-site appliances or software, works with any vendor’s network
100% free - available at no cost to any organization, sign up at meraki.cisco.com/sm
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Cisco’s new mobility solution: Systems Manager
Meraki Systems Manager
Cloud Managed Mobility Management
Provision, monitor, and secure mobile devices
Flexible, easy
provisioning
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Centrally scale 100,000s
devices worldwide
Auto-tagging, dynamic
security compliance
Integrate seamlessly with
the rest of your Cisco
network
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Mobility Express
Market Trends
Explosive growth in mobile computing. By 2020:
Wi-Fi traffic will exceed wired traffic by 21%(1)
Global mobile traffic will grow 10X(2)
More than 63% of enterprises expect their desktops to be replaced
by mobile devices connected via the office WLAN(2)
85% of enterprises expect to deploy employee-owned devices or
mixed-use policies, which could triple the mobile devices in the
workplace and on the WLAN(2)
1 http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/collateral/service-provider/visual-networking-index-vni/VNI_Hyperconnectivity_WP.html
2 Gartner,
Mobile Device Proliferation Is Forcing Network Leaders to Redesign Enterprise Wireless LANs, 19 May 2014
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How Mobile Growth Could Affect Your Network
High volumes of mobile video can clog
the airwaves
Mobile applications are more prevalent
in the workplace, generating more traffic
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies
and mobile initiatives are increasing
traffic and straining WLAN performance
Faster 802.11ac Wave 2–capable enduser devices will hit the market this year
Customers and users will still expect
high-performance Wi-Fi access
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Business Challenges with Growing
Wireless Demand
Limited IT staff
and resources
If the WLAN is slow,
employees won’t
adopt wireless
applications
and policies
If your Wi-Fi
doesn’t keep up,
customers might
go elsewhere
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Introducing Cisco Mobility Express
Uses 802.11ac Wave 2 technology: Fastest Wi-Fi available
On-Premises
Enables simple and Fast IT: You’re up and running
in minutes
NEW: Mobility Express
Manages many Aironet access point models
Embeds an advanced, virtual WLAN controller into your
access point
Simple deployment
Supports Cisco’s industry-leading WLAN controller features
with no price premium
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What Is Cisco Mobility Express?
Fast IT
Manage Up to 25
Access Points
802.11ac
Wave 2
3-step over-the-air wireless
network configuration with
Cisco WLAN Express
Setup Wizard
Network management for
up to 25 access points and
500 clients
Runs on Cisco® Aironet®
1850 and 1830 Series
Access Points
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‘Cisco Wireless’ App
Provision
Monitor
Troubleshoot
Provisioning & Monitoring on Cisco Wireless app is
supported starting 8.1 MR3 and later
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2. Mobility Express Solution – Management
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Cisco Aironet Indoor Access Points Portfolio
Industry’s Best 802.11ac Series Access Points
New
Mission Critical
Enterprise Class
Enterprise Class
1810
1830
• 2x2:2SS 80 MHz; 867
Mbps
• Tx Beam Forming
• 1 GE Port uplink
• 3 GE Local Ports,
including 1 PoE out
• Local ports 802.1x ready
• Integrated BLE Gateway*
New
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802.11ac W2
870 Mbps PHY
3x3:2SS
Spectrum Analysis*
Tx Beam Forming
USB 2.0
Enterprise Class
1850
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802.11ac W2
2.0 Gbps PHY
4x4:4SS
Spectrum Analysis*
Tx Beam Forming
2 GE Ports, USB 2.0
2800
• 5 Gbps PHY
• 4x4:3SS – 160 MHZ – MUMIMO
• 2 Ethernet Ports, 2xGbE
• Dual 5 GHz
• HDX Technology
• USB 2.0
• StadiumVision
• CleanAir 160MHz, ClientLink
4.0, Videostream
CiscoEnterprise
Mobility Express is supported on all 11ac Wave
2 Access
Points
Mission
Critical
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New
Best in Class
3800
• 5 Gbps PHY
• 4x4:3SS,160 MHZ, MU-MIMO
• 2 Ethernet Ports, GbE + mGig
(1G, 2.5G, 5G)
• Dual 5 GHz
• HDX Technology
• USB 2.0
• StadiumVision
• CleanAir 160MHz, ClientLink
4.0, Videostream
• Side Mount Modular
Architecture
• Centralized, FlexConnect
Best In Class
Configuring CMX Cloud Connector on
WebUI
Navigate to Advanced > CMX
Enable CMX Status
Enter CMX Server URL
(Member host address)
Enter CMX Server Token
Click on the Apply Button
Click on Test Link to verify
connectivity to CMX host in the cloud
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8.3
8.3
CMX Analytics in Cloud (Presence)
Create sites with one or more APs for Presence
Analytics
Monitor Dwell Time, Connected Clients, Visitor,
Passerby etc. information
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8.3
Customized Guest Portal - CMX Connect
Supported on individual Guest WLANs
Custom Portal and Social login is supported
Internet connectivity is required but no external proxy is needed
for this solution
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