2014-06 WLAN 9100 Hardware Overview

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WLAN 9100 - Hardware Overview
Sales & Partner Training – 2014
Wireless networks are getting crushed!
Global Mobile Data
Traffic
“By 2015, 80% of newly
installed wireless
networks will be obsolete
because of a lack of
proper planning.”
Top Wireless Issues That May Derail
Your Mobile Strategy.
Paul DeBeasi, October 2011
The average smart-phone will generate 2.6 GB of traffic per month in
2016, a 17-fold increase over the 2011 average of 150 MB per month.
Source: Evercore partners
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Wired and wireless are not the same!
Dedicated
Shared
Wireless user capacity is reduced since the pipe is
shared by multiple users and by protocol overhead
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….Wireless Networks are “under designed”!
WIRED
WIRELESS
Total Capacity = 4Gbps
Total Capacity = 100M (5G)
+ 50M (2.4G) = 150Mbps
WIRED
WIRELESS
Number of Users
48
48
User Connections
48 GigE ports
2 radios (1x2.4G, 1x5G)
Dedicated
Shared
Uplinks
4 GigE
1 GigE
Capacity Limiting Factor
Uplinks
Radios
4Gbps ÷ 48 = 83Mbps
150Mbps ÷ 48 = 3Mbps
User Bandwidth
Capacity Per User
Why would you design wireless with
4% the capacity of wired?
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Traditional Wireless Approach is Failing
Conventional APs + Central Controller
Limited Scalability
Adding more and more APs is not the answer
Fixed Configurations
1 x 2.4G and 1 x 5G radio per AP, no flexibility
Short Lifespan
No upgrade path with throwaway APs
Controller Bottleneck
Potential choke point and single point of failure
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WLAN 9100 Series Network Overview
XOS
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WLAN 9122/9132 – Indoor 2x2 AP Overview
802.11ac Enterprise Solution with 802.11ac on Both Radios
 Dual radio, dual 2x2 802.11ac AP
 Total 1.7Gbps bandwidth (867Mbps per radio)
 Software programmable per radio
– Dual bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz)
– Multiple modes (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)
 Integrated controller
 Integrated services:
– Application Control: Visibility & Policy Enforcement
– Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access
Options:
– Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture
WAP 9122 2x2 802.11n
WAP 9132 2x2 802.11ac
– Auto Cell/Channel/Band
 Dual Gigabit Ethernet uplinks
 802.3at PoE powered
 Premise provisioning and management options are available (Cloud
management – 2H 2014)
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WLAN 9123/9133 – Indoor 3x3 AP Overview
Zero-touch AP with uncompromised 11ac support
 Dual radio, dual 3x3 802.11ac AP
 Total 2.6Gbps bandwidth (1.3Gbps per radio)
 Software programmable per radio
– Dual bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz)
– Multiple modes (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)
 Integrated controller
 Integrated services:
–
–
–
–
Application Control: Visibility & Policy Enforcement
Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access
Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture
Auto Cell/Channel/Band
Options:
WAP 9123 3x3 802.11n
WAP 9133 3x3 802.11ac
 Dual Gigabit Ethernet uplinks
 802.3at PoE powered
 Premise provisioning and management options are available (Cloud
management – 2H 2014)
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WLAN 9122 Outdoor 802.11n 2x2 AP
Environmentally Protected AP
 Dual radio AP with 802.11n 300Mbps (2x2) operation
 Software programmable radios. Modes include:
–Radio 1
Radio 2
5GHz Clients
5GHz Clients
2.4GHz Clients
2.4GHz Clients
2.4G/5G Threat Sensor
2.4G/5G Threat Sensor
 Two 2x2 External Antennas (2 ports per radio)
– Antennas: 30 / 90 degrees and omnidirectional
 Integrated controller
 Same network services as all 9100 family, including:
–
–
–
–
WAO 9122 2x2 802.11n
Application Control: Visibility and Policy Enforcement
Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access
Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture
Auto Cell/Channel/Band
 802.3af PoE powered
 Premise provisioning & management options available (Cloud Mgmt – 2H ‘14)
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