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The Next Step NSW DET Standards. Asus EeePC - 7" compact design and only 0.92kg - Durable, shock-proof solid-state design - Rich network and wireless.

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1 The Next Step NSW DET Standards

2 Asus EeePC - 7" compact design and only 0.92kg - Durable, shock-proof solid-state design - Rich network and wireless connectivity - Graphic user interface for simplicity and ease of use - Over 40 built-in applications for learn, work and play - Ethernet and WLAN Mb RAM - 4G SSD - Camera - Linux OS

3 Intel ClassMate Chassis Customized Mini Chassis 245x196x44 Processor Intel® Mobile Processor ULV 900 MHz, Zero L2 cache, 400 MHz FSB Chipset Intel® 915GMS + ICH6-M Memory DDR-II 256M, 512M SO-DIMM LCD 7” 800 x 480, LVDS Interface, LED B/L Storage Device 1GB for Linux*, 2GB for Windows* XP Pro NAND Flash Audio Stereo 2 Channel Audio, Built-in Speakers and Microphone, Jack for External Output and Microphone Input LAN/WLAN 10/100M Ethernet + WLAN b/g w/ Antenna Keyboard/Touch Pad Water-resistant Integrated Keyboard with Hot Keys Cycle Touch Pad with Left and Right Buttons Digital Pen (optional) Wireless Digital Pen Power Solution Battery with Adapter – 6 Cells, approximately 4 hours usage OS Windows* XP Pro / Linux*

4  Standard (“fat”) Access Point(s) (AP’s) installed  Multiple laptops connected  Security provided by WEP or WPA (or none)  More Access points added as wireless needs increases

5 LAN outlet power outlet

6 fibre-optic Backbone CPC Server Wireless Access Points

7  Access points are managed separately  Each AP must be configured individually  Access points do not talk to each other  Each AP works independent from others  Each AP must have security settings configured consistently  WEP or WPA Keys must match across all Aps  Channel Management  No adjacent cells on same channel  1 – 5 – 11  Rogue or interfering APs  Laptop Management  Laptops need security keys entered  School Laptops (Trusted)  Non School Laptops (Not Trusted) - Student and Staff

8  Secure Connection?  WEP/WPA keys  Some Laptops can not support WPA  Security Keys?  CC configures laptops?  Keys made public?  On Domain?  Logon Scripts  Group Policies  Workstation Management  Antivirus/Antispyware software installed or up to date?  You Touched it – You Broke it

9  Bandwidth is shared by all connections  More connections – slower for all  Practical limitation – 15 connections  a/b/g is half duplex (cuts bandwidth in half)  b/g drops to speed of slowest connection  Distances  Environmental factors  Management overhead  Channel management  Rogue AP’s  Interfering AP’s

10  Can your school support Staff Laptops?  50 + Laptops on site across whole site.  Can your school support Students bring in their own laptops  laptops on site across whole site?  Who will manage Security, Connection, Virus and Spyware software.

11 To be covered: 4 Classrooms

12 Minimal Coverage – 1 AP

13 Full Coverage – 8 AP’s

14 To be covered: 10 Classrooms Library Office

15 Minimal Coverage : 10 AP’s 3 AirMonitors (AM’s)

16 Higher Coverage 16 AP’s 3 AM’s

17 To be covered: All Classrooms – 4 x 2 Floor Buildings, 6 x Single Floor Buildings Library Office Hall Canteen / Covered Area

18 Minimal Coverage : 26 AP’s

19 Higher Coverage 26 AP’s 3 AM’s

20  All Access points managed via central controller  Access points self regulating  Channel  Signal Strength  Self Healing

21  Internal / Hot Spot Wireless  Aruba Networks Centralised Wireless  Aruba Access points  Wireless Controller  Inter-building Connections  Wireless Not recommended

22  Centralised Management / Control of AP’s  Use of “Thin” AP’s + Management controllers  Access points powered through Power over Ethernet (POE)

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24  “Zero Touch” Deployment of AP’s  Centralised management  Can be managed from Regional Office or onsite  RF Management  Automatically adjust channel and signal strength  Self Healing to correct AP failure  Client Load Balancing  Fast Roaming  Support for Voice, Video and Data  Non-disruptive integration into existing Wired Network  Identification and Cancelation of Rogue and Interfering AP’s (Requires Air Monitors)  Management software can identify location of any client computer (Requires 3 or more AP’s)

25  Can support trusted and non-trusted laptops  No touch approach for Non-Trusted Laptops

26  System can authenticate against:  Local LDAP/Radius Server using Active Directory (Windows) or Open LDAP (Mac)  Centralised Radius Server/ IDM  Edu.Win (Students)  Staff.Win (Staff)  Sydney.DET.WIN (Computers) – Resource Domain

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28 UseRecommended Technology Trolley based Laptops Single Room Based Laptops Trusted Laptops only Room Based Laptops Up to 4 Access points HP 420 Access point 5 or More Access points School wide WLAN School wide Roaming “Non-Trusted” Laptops Longer term Planning Aruba WLAN Inter-Building ConnectionsWireless not a recommended Solution


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