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NextGen Wireless Steven Bourque (IST). Overview Introduction Current Wireless Issues Access Point (AP) Hardware Controller Hardware Campus Design Redundancy.

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1 NextGen Wireless Steven Bourque (IST)

2 Overview Introduction Current Wireless Issues Access Point (AP) Hardware Controller Hardware Campus Design Redundancy Captive Portal Authentication Process Configuration Future Q & A WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

3 Introduction WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless  700 active Aruba APs  All users authenticating through Aruba controllers (except Engineering)  420 Avaya APs left to be replaced  Wired authentication also migrated  Wired controllers being installed for each constituency

4 Campus Wireless Issues Density of users Private APs High bandwidth users Vista, IPv6, broadcasts, and roaming * https://strobe.uwaterloo.ca/~twiki/bin/view/ISTNS/CampusWirelessProblems WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

5 Access Points AP-60 Aruba AP-60 and AP-61 Single-Radio, Multi-Band (802.11a/b/g) Access Point. The AP-60 and AP-61 are ideal for dense AP deployments. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

6 Access Points AP-70 Aruba AP-70 Dual-Radio, Multi-purpose a/b/g Access Point. Ideally suited for advanced service delivery in mission-critical networks, the AP-70 includes dual-Ethernet ports and a USB port. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 |NextGen Wireless

7 Access Points AP-120 The AP-120 family of APs includes high- performance a/b/g and n Draft 2.0 access points. These APs are designed to fit cleanly into office environments. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

8 Controllers MC-800E Designed for branch office applications, the Aruba MC-800 mobility controller supports up to 16 APs and hundreds of simultaneous users. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

9 Controllers MMC-3000 A multi-service Mobility Controller able to aggregate up to 128 access points. Provides a unified mobility network experience, delivering follow-me connectivity, identity-based access, and application continuity services. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 |NextGen Wireless

10 Controllers MMC-6000 Aruba’s flagship product, the Aruba MMC-6000 is the most scalable mobility controller on the market designed for corporate headquarters and large campus-wide deployments. WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

11 Campus Design WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

12 Redundancy On Campus One master controller with two locals Each local runs independent VRRP with the master APs terminate on either local and failover to master ResNet Two locals running VRRP One local terminates all APs with failover to the other local WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

13 Authentication Process WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless USER UW- WIRELESS RECEIVE IP CAPTIVE PORTAL RADIUS TO UWDIR RADIUS TO NEXUS AUTH: PASS OR FAIL UW-SECURE RADIUS TO UWDIR RADIUS TO NEXUS AUTH: PASS OR FAIL PASS: RECEIVE IP FAIL: NO IP Connecting... Role: Pre-Auth.Profile: UW-Portal Pass Role: Post- Auth. Fail Role: Pre-Auth. Connecting... Role: No-Auth Pass Role: Post-Auth. Fail Role: No-Auth.

14 Captive Portal Login WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

15 Captive Portal Logout WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

16 802.1X Login WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

17 Configuration WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless  Per AP Granularity  Grouped per Building  Based on User Roles  Master Config Change Pushed to Locals  Live Details and Tracking on all Associated Connections

18 Future Possibilities Triangulate laptops and people Outdoor wireless RFID – Asset tracking N VoIP over Wi-Fi with QoS Verification of End-User Integrity Redundant Upstream Routing for Controllers and User EndPoints WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless

19 Q & A WatITis | Making the Future | December 2, 2008 | NextGen Wireless


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