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  • Cisco Systems

    Wireless LANs and Enterprise Mobility

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • The New Enterprise: MobilityVoice/Data CollaborationE-CommerceUnified MessagingE-LearningIP TelephonyIntelligent Contact ManagementMobilityNew Network ServicesAnytime, Anywhere Access New Network Infrastructure Requirements

  • Mobility Becoming a RequirementPeople on the moveBusiness travelNomadic sales force7x24x365 availabilityThe extended EnterpriseAnywhere access to services and business applicationsPlethora of mobile devices and technologies availableNotebooks, hand-helds, cell phones, pagers

  • The New Enterprise NetworkNetwork Requirements

    Internet Enabled BusinessData, Voice & Video High Availability Quality of Service

    Networked BusinessSwitched Infrastructure Price/Performance ManageabilityWeb-based Intranet New business apps SecurityEcommerce Distributed database Extranet, Supply ChainMobility Wireless Devices VPNs

    NetworkUbiquity

  • Rich Portfolio of Mobile ApplicationsAccess to email and business applicationsIn meetings, at home, and on the roadCollaboration with customers and suppliersMcommerceCommerce via mobile devicesAsset trackingKeeping track of more devices in the enterpriseTraditional logistics and warehousingShoppingScan and Shop

  • Ciscos Wireless InitiativesWireless LANWireless Local LoopPoint-Point/MultipointWirelessMobile cellular voice/data CommunicationsAironetAironet/ClarityAironet/ClarityAironet/JetCell/GPRS

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Comprehensive Wireless LAN Solutions for Large-scale Deployment

  • Cisco Aironet 350/340 Series Wireless LAN Solution PC Card/PCI Client Adapters Access Points Line-of-Sight Bridge Products Antennas & AccessoriesThe Cisco Aironet 350/340 Series of 802.11b compliant high speed wireless solutions offers the best performance, manageability, scalability and security for both in-building and building to building wireless applications

  • Cisco Aironet 350/340 Series Client AdaptersClient access for both notebook and desktop systems Broad Operating Systems Support:Windows 95, 98, Windows NT 4.0Windows 2000Windows MillenniumWindows CELinuxMacOSEasy, simple installationLifetime limited warranty

  • Security Requirements for WLANsFirst generationSSIDStatic 40 or 128-bit WEPCisco differentiatorsCentralized user-based authentication (ACS2000 v2.6) integrated with network logonDynamic 128-bit WEPEncryption done in h/wVPNAccess Control ListsFuture plansRogue AP detection3rd Party RADIUS server supportPolicy framework

  • Reliability Requirements for WLANsAuto data-rate negotiationSite survey and spectrum analysis toolsCisco differentiatorsRadio power and qualityLoad balancing and hot standby redundancyBroad range of antennasPartners for site surveyFuture plansChannel agilityInterference management

  • Interoperability Requirements for WLANsBasic 802.11 interoperability via Wireless Ethernet Compatibility AllianceWECAVendor specific extensionsSecurityRoamingMost WLAN vendors offer client and infrastructure to guarantee single vendor solutionXircom partnership for client adapters and combo cards

  • Management Requirements for WLANsStandard MIBsSniffer and 3rd party tools for analysisCisco DifferentiatorsCiscoWorks 2000 integrationCDP support & auto discoveryWeb-based ManagementCommon Enterprise security framework for wired and wirelessClient side utilities and profile managementFuture PlansIntegration with Cluster ManagementRadio spectrum ManagementPolicy-based security

  • Deployment Requirements for WLANsSite survey toolsTrained partnersCisco differentiatorsWorld Mode for auto localizationWide selection of antennasBroad client and OS supportFuture plansIn-line powerPlenum-rated Access PointXircom partnership for combo clients

  • Scalability Requirements for WLANsCisco differentiatorsRobust roaming for seamless handoff between Access PointsCentralized user-based authenticationDynamic WEP key distribution and managementWireless Mobile IP SupportClient support for all popular operating systemsFuture PlansSeamless inter-subnet roaming

  • Performance Requirements for WLANsNICs under $200Integrated chip sets for lower costs802.11b for 11 Mbps performanceMultiple channel support for higher aggregate throughputEase of wireless integration with switched 10/100 networkFuture plans for high performance22 Mbps with backward compatibility to 11 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz spectrumUp to 54 Mbps planned in the 5 GHz spectrum

  • QoS Requirements for WLANsCisco differentiatorsSupport for Spectralink 802.11b phonesExtensive filtering capabilities End-to-end Differentiated ServicesFuture plansStandards efforts on QoS (PCF, DCF)Support for 802.1p/Q and spanning tree per VLAN802.11 IP phones integrated with Cisco Call ManagerInter-subnet roaming and mobile IP services

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Cisco Aironet Network ServicesScalable, Extensible SecurityLoad Balancing and RedundancyWLAN ManagementWLAN RoamingQoS

  • Centralized User-Based AuthenticationAuthenticator(e.g. Access Point, Catalyst Switch)SupplicantSemi-Public Network /Enterprise EdgeAuthenticationServer such as ACS2000 v2.6RADIUSEAP Over Wireless/LAN (EAPOW/EAPOL)EAP Over RADIUSExtended Enterprise(Branch Office, Home, etc.)Enterprise Intranet

  • Dynamic WEP Key ManagementEAPOL-StartEAP-Request/IdentityEAP-Response/IdentityEAP-RequestRadius-Access-RequestRadius-Access-ChallengeEAP-Response (credential)Radius-Access-RequestEAP-SuccessAccess blockedRadius-Access-AcceptRADIUSEAPOW802.11802.11 AssociateAccess allowedEAPW-Key (WEP)Laptop computerRADIUSFast Ethernet

  • Additional Network Services: Load BalancingAPs configured for load sharing use different RF channels in coverage areaPolicy based on number of users, bit error rate, or signal strengthChannel 1Channel 6

  • Additional Network Services: Hot StandbyAPs co-located for hot standby use SAME RF channel in coverage areaStandby AP acts as probe for monitoring and managementActiveStandbyChannel XChannel X

  • Powerful Diagnostics and Troubleshooting toolsWeb-based WLAN ManagementSupport for Std MIBs CDP MIB, and 802.11 MIBSite-survey toolsClient-side utilitiesAuto-localization and channel agilityIntegration with CiscoWorks 2000

  • WLAN L2 Roaming ServicesWirelineInfrastructureRoaming

  • Wireless QoS ServicesCisco differentiatorsSupport for Spectralink 802.11b phonesExtensive filtering capabilities End-to-end Differentiated ServicesFuture plansStandards efforts on QoS (PCF, DCF)Support for 802.1p/Q and spanning tree per VLAN802.11 IP phones integrated with Cisco Call ManagerInter-subnet roaming and mobile IP services

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Cost-effective WLAN Building BlockUp to 11 Mbps Peak Data RateGraceful Degradation based on distance and error rateSupport for 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 Mbps performanceWeb-based ManagementLower total cost of ownership

  • WLAN Building Block for High AggregationUp to 33 Mbps Peak Data RateLoad Balancing and redundancyPolicy based on number of users, bit error rate, or signal strengthWeb-based Management

    Very high aggregation with sectored antennas

  • High Availability WLAN Building Block3524-PWRChannel 6Channel 11Hot StandbyUp to 33 Mbps Peak Data Rate in coverage area1 Hot Standby AP per channelTolerant to any single AP or link or switch failureWeb-based Management

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • WLAN Vision: Performance 2.4 GHz1 & 2 Mbps900 MHzProprietary100 Mbps IEEE 802.11a/b Ratified5 GHzRadioNetworkSpeed11Mbps2.4 GHzHigher performanceBackward compatibilityMulti-band options1999200020016-54 Mbps22 MbpsSuperset.11a Standard.11b Ext.802.11b Standard2002

  • WLAN Vision: Client OptionsEthernet ClientsPlug and play wirelessUSBCost effective NIC alternativeMulti-function client devicesIn partnership with XircomEmbedded wirelessOEM to laptop vendors Client Drivers/ServicesMacintosh/Linux driversAutomated country radio localization

  • Telecommuter Base Station802.11 compliantFully managedSimplified configurationEmbedded Modem and EthernetDesigned for the WLAN Telecommuter

  • WLAN Vision:Infrastructure Options

    W/CIn-line pwrcapable switchOffice applicationsSimplify and reduce installations costsIn-line powerPower InjectorWarehouse (extreme applications)Extended temperature100 mW Radio

  • AP Authentication and Rogue AP DetectionOnly IT installed/configured devices deliver infrastructure accessAuthenticated clients learn trusted APs in areaUntrusted APs are detected, reported and if possible isolated and shut downInvestigating best way to control non-Cisco APs

  • Additional Network Services: Inter-subnet (L3) RoamingFast subnet roaming through Inter Access Point Protocol (IAPP)Proxy Mobile Services (AP, Upstream switch/router)Session maintained for critical applications (voice, video, etc .)Coexists with DHCP and static addresses schemesL2 Roaming Services

    1.1.1.X

    1.1.1.YEnterprise Intranet

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Site SurveryCoverage

  • Site SurveyChannel Mapping

  • Site SurveyBandwidth Layout

  • Warehouse DesignSampleMaximum CoverageAutorate NegotiationCabling Only Available at store frontYagi Antennas and DiPole200085016111611

  • Education DesignSampleMaximum CoverageAutorate NegotiationWireless for StudentsDiPole AntennasClass 1Class 3Class 1Hallway2000850Class 4Class 5Class 5Class 6Class 7Class 2Class 8Class 10Class 11Class 12Class 13Class 9APs on Isolated LAN with PIX1161116111

  • Warehouse DesignSampleMaximum CoverageAutorate NegotiationCabling Only Available around store edgesPatch and DiPole Antennas20008501611116

  • Building-to-BuildingDesign Considerations* 2000, Cisco Systems, Inc.

  • Site-to-Site P2PDesign SampleRequired Distance MileBuilding AAntenna 8.5 dBi PatchAntenna Height13Cable20Building BAntenna 8.5 dBi PatchAntenna Height13Cable50Possible Distance11 Mbps.81 Miles2 Mbps2.57 Miles

  • Campus WLANBldg 2Bldg 3Omni-directional antennaChannel 1Channel 1Main Office
  • School-to-School WLANSchool 1School 2Channel 6Channel 1District Office11 Mbps data rate up to 25 miles line of sightSwitch/RouterLocal Area Network11 Mbps data rate up to 25 miles line of sight

  • Building-to-BuildingInterference ConsiderationsSite 1ASite 1BSite 1CSite 1DSite 2BSite 2AChannel 1Channel 1Third Party inference from same channel usagePotential problem in congested areas

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsEnterprise-wide deploymentCustomer WLAN RequirementsCisco Aironet WLAN solutionsCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Competitive Analysis: Summary

    Feature

    Cisco

    Lucent

    Symbol/3Com

    340, WGB

    AP1000, AP500

    Cost

    Radio Power

    30mW

    30mW

    Centralized Authentication

    User-based. Integrated with network logon

    MAC based. Does not scale. Not integrated with network logon.

    None. Requires SS II Router.

    WEP

    40,128 bit

    40,128 bit

    40,128 bit

    WEP Overhead

    2-3%

    Done in hardware

    15-25%

    Done in software

    15-25%

    Done in software

    WEP Key Distribution and Mgmt

    Dynamic and hassle-free

    Manual

    Manual

    Web-based Mgmt

    Yes. No client side install.

    No. Required client side install

    No. Requires client side install

    QoS for .11 Phones

    SVP for Spectralink

    Serial Console

    Yes

    No

    Yes

    Ad hoc mode

    Yes

    Yes

    No

    Repeater Mode

    Yes. Up to 7 hops

    No

    No

    Proximity Setting

    Dynamic

    Manual user configuration

    Manual

    Wi-Fi

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

  • AgendaWLAN Market TrendsCustomer WLAN RequirementsEnterprise-wide deploymentBarriers TodayCisco solutionsCisco Aironet 340 SeriesCisco Aironet Network ServicesWLAN Building BlocksRoad MapDeployment ExamplesCompetitive AnalysisSummary

  • Cisco Integrated SolutionCisco delivers wired and wireless end-to-end solution for voice, video and dataServersPrinterWorkstationsIP PhoneCall ManagerEnterprise Branch SMBCisco 17xx/26xx/36xxWAN AccessCluster ofSwitchesLANPBXServersPrinterWorkstationsCluster of SwitchesCisco 7xxxWAN AggregationIP PhoneCall ManagerCatalyst 6500Campus BackboneEnterprise CampusVPNEthernet 10/100 Hubs 10/100 Switches 10/100/1000 WirelessSwitches Switches Access Points