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Cisco Unified Access

Cisco Mobility Services and Portfolio

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Preparing the Wireless Network for BYOD Uncompromised User Experience Simplified Operations Controller and Access Point Portfolio

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Mobility Services Portfolio Summary

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Uncompromised Experience for Any Workspace

Device Onboarding and Guest Access

Unified Policy

Uncompromised Experience

Simplified Operations

BYOD
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Beyond BYOD
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Best Performance from Your Wireless LAN Automatically

CleanAir

High-Resolution Interference Detection, Classification, and Mitigation at Chip Level Advanced Beam Forming Technology Improves Wireless Client Performance and User Experience

ClientLink

VideoStream

Optimized End-to-End Video Starting at the Access Point

BandSelect

Automatic Band Steering and Selection for 5GHz Capable Devices

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Industry’s First Chip Level Proactive and Automatic Interference Protection
BEFORE
Wireless interference decreases reliability and performance

AFTER
CleanAir mitigates RF interference improving reliability and performance

Wireless Client Performance

AIR QUALITY

PERFORMANCE

AIR QUALITY

PERFORMANCE

Cisco CleanAir - Improves RF Reliability and Performance
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High-Resolution Interference Detection, Classification, and Mitigation at Chip Level
• CleanAir Radio ASIC
100 20 63 97

• Detect Wi-Fi and

non-Wi-Fi interference sources
• Assess impact to

Wi-Fi performance
35 90

• Proactively change

channels when interference occurs
• Monitor air quality
Detect | Classify | Locate | Mitigate
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Competitor
Access Point RF Interference Detection RF Interference Classification RF Interference Mitigation RF Interference Location Top Severity List Alert Correlation Air Quality Index Zone of Impact Performance Optimized

CleanAir Express*
1600 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

CleanAir
2600 and 3600 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

CleanAir with WSSI
3600 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

Atheros Based Poor Poor Poor Poor

Off Channel Scanning
Proactive Intelligent Channel Switching with RRM


* Future support

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Advanced beam forming technology improves wireless client performance
BEFORE
Beam not directed towards clients resulting inconsistent performance
802.11a/g (ClientLink) or 802.11a/g/n (ClientLink 2.0)

AFTER
Beam directed towards client resulting in consistent experience and better performance
802.11a/g (ClientLink) or 802.11a/g/n (ClientLink 2.0)

X

Beam Strength

Wireless Client Performance

Beam Forming

802.11n

802.11n

Cisco ClientLink - Improves Predictability and Performance
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Competitors
Beamforming Type Access Points Supported No. of Transmitters to Improve Reliability for Downlink Traffic Clients Supported No. of Clients Supported (per Radio) Optimized for iPhone, iPads (1x1:1SS, 11n) Optimized for Newer Laptops from Apple. Dell, Lenovo, HP (3x3:3SS, 11n) Ready for Mobile Devices Influx (BYOD)

ClientLink 1.0
Beyond Standards 1140, 1260, 3500 2 802.11a/g 15 No No

ClientLink 2.0
Standards and Beyond Standards

Standards Most 802.11n 2-3 802.11n No No

3-4 802.11a/g/n 128 (1600 = 32*) Yes Yes (2600, 3600) Yes

No

No

Optimizes AP Resources for Higher Client Density Support

No

Yes (Limited)

Yes (2600, 3600)

Client Performance and Coverage Improvements
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1SS

1SS 2SS 802.11n Legacy

3SS

Legacy

1SS

1SS 2SS 802.11n

3SS

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Millions

1,200
SmartPhones Mid/Tablet Streams Radio Throughput Streams Radio Throughput Streams 1 2.4GHz Up to 50 Mbps 1 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 50 Mbps 2 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 150 Mbps 3 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 270 Mbps

1,000

Netbook, Smartbook, Mini-note Notebook PC Desktop PC

800

600

400

Radio Throughput

200

3SS Laptops

Streams Radio Throughput

0

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
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Millions

1,200
SmartPhones Mid/Tablet Streams Radio Throughput Streams Radio Throughput Streams 1 2.4GHz Up to 50 Mbps 1 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 50 Mbps 2 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 150 Mbps 3 2.4 / 5GHz Up to 270 Mbps

1,000

Netbook, Smartbook, Mini-note Notebook PC Desktop PC

800

600

400

Radio Throughput

200

Streams Radio Throughput

0

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
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Wired-Like Video Delivery over Wireless
BEFORE
Poor Video Experience for everyone

AFTER
Best Video Experience for High-Priority Streams

Global Enterprise

CEO Meeting

M&A Negotiation

Sports Event

CEO Meeting

M&A Negotiation

Sports Event

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Optimized End-to-End Video Starting at the Access Point
Multicast to Unicast Conversion at the AP Selectable Stream Prioritization Resource Reservation Prevents Oversubscription

Multicast Stream
AP

VIDEO NOT AVAILABLE

High Priority Event
Meeting Room Event Live Sporting Event

AP

WLC

AP

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Tested for 30X Less Bandwidth Consumed and Double the Performance of Competitors

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Automatic Band Steering and Selection for 5GHz Capable Devices
BEFORE All clients crowd the 2.4GHz spectrum lowering performance
Wireless Client Performance

AFTER
5GHz capable clients are automatically moved to cleaner 5GHz spectrum

2.4GHz

2.4GHz

2.4GHz

5 GHz

5 GHz

2.4GHz

Speed

Speed

Speed

Speed

Speed

Speed

5GHz Capable

5GHz Capable 2.4GHz Capable

5GHz Capable

5GHz Capable 2.4GHz Capable

Cisco BandSelect—Improves Predictability and Performance
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New in 7.3

5500, WiSM2, 7500, 8500 Series
L2 Redundant Link

Backup Controller
(Requires L2 Adj.)

5508 WiSM2

$20,000 $25,000 $40,000 $60,000

Active WLC

Hot-Standby WLC

Flex7500 8500

• 1:1 wireless stateful failover capability in appliance and integrated controllers

• SSID is always beaconing (even after primary controller is down)
• Subsecond WLAN network convergence

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Identify, Analyze, and Optimize Application Traffic
BEFORE
Application View & Control based on Firewall sessions
Visibility to the port level interaction but not the applications running within the port
HTTP = 75% SMTP = 15% FTP = 2% Telnet = 1% SNMP = 3%

AFTER
Network Based Application Recognition - NBAR2 Deep Packet Inspection and App ID
Improved Visibility & Control

Wireless LAN Controller
Traffic

Netflix = 50% YouTube = 15% WebEx = 10% Citrix = 9% exchange= 8%

First Generation Firewall

NBAR2 LIBRARY
Deep Packet inspection

POLICY Packet Mark and Drop

FW L4 Session Visibility and Control

View, Control and Troubleshoot - End User Application Experience

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Bonjour Enables Automatic Discovery of Computers, Devices, and Services on LAN Built for the Home, Need Management Across Subnets Mirror iPad to AppleTV Wireless Printing in Schools and Retail

7.4

Future

Q1CY’13

Bonjour Support for key Apple services (AirPlay, AirPrint,…) • Security policy tie-in

Systemwide (multicontroller) caching • Location awareness service filter • Registration of users: devices and services
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Seamless Mobility
HOME OFFICE CAMPUS BRANCH

PUBLIC VENUE

CELLULAR

Work from Home

Indoor and Outdoor

Sales Office or Large Branch

Indoor and Outdoor Hotspot

3G/4G

Complete solution supporting end to end mobility for Enterprises and Service Providers
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Features/Performance

New 8500 (SP Wi-Fi)

WiSM-2 (Campus)

5500 (Campus)
2500 (Branch)

MultiArchitecture Capable

SRE– WLCM2 New Virtual Controller

FlexConnect
Flex 7500

Scale (Number of Clients, APs)
Roadmap is highly confidential and reflects current plan. Subject to change without notice
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New in 7.3

Product Scope

Target Market
• • • •

5 to 200 AP support, 3,000 clients

Mid-market with spare compute platform Alternative to Flex 7500 for customers with fewer branches Partner/MSP-hosted Wi-Fi service NOT for large campus Cisco Mobility in a BOX


• •

One AP adder license
FlexConnect mode only Support on VMware ESX/ESXi at FCS (similar to NCS and MSE) Support on Cisco UCS C-Series and B-Series and equivalent servers

Pricing
• •

vWLC

vNCS

vMSE

ESX ESXi Hypervisor Base SKU (with five AP licenses) = $750 One AP Adder license = $150 UCS/x86 Servers

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With CleanAir Technology

• Any Device / BYOD Optimized • Client Scalability • RF Interference Mitigation • Enterprise-class Performance • Voice/Video/Multimedia

• • • • •

High Client Density HD Video/VDI Investment Protection 11ac Migration Comprehensive Security

• Basic Connectivity • Deployment Flexibility

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4x4 ANTENNA DESIGN, 3 SPATIAL STREAMS
First and only 4x4 RF design in the market. Fastest,
most consistent device uplink speeds, sustained further from the AP

RF EXCELLENCE FEATURES
ClientLink 2.0 CleanAir and VideoStream to help ensure an interference-free, high-speed wireless application experience

CLEANAIR SPECTRUM INTELLIGENCE
Always-on interference protection, plus new optional full-spectrum monitoring module

33% Faster Performance for Mobile Clients

FUTURE PROOF MODULARITY
Flexible upgrades and add-on options for spectrum monitoring, 802.11ac and future technology
38% Better Than Aruba

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Availability in 1HCY13

• Field upgradable 802.11ac module
5 GHz radio module, 802.11ac Wave 1

1.3 Gbps PHY/~900 Mbps MAC (throughput)
Three spatial streams

• AP3600 maintains compatibility with

11a/b/g/n with CleanAir, ClientLink
Supporting b/g/n on 2.4 GHz base radio, a/n on 5 GHz base radio, and AC on 5 GHz module radio

• Power requirement with the

802.11ac module installed
Power draw with 802.11ac module ~20W, and will require either enhanced PoE, PoE+, or Power Injector

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3x4 ANTENNA DESIGN, 3 SPATIAL STREAMS
Fastest, most consistent device uplink speeds, sustained further from the AP

RF EXCELLENCE FEATURES
ClientLink 2.0, CleanAir and VideoStream to help ensure an interference-free, high-speed wireless application experience

CLEANAIR ADVANCED SPECTRUM INTELLIGENCE
Always-on interference protection for RF interference detection, classification, location and mitigation. Granular classifiers with event correlation and Zone of Impact view

Designed for the Enterprise Looking for High Performance, Client Scalability and BYOD Optimized

HIGH PERFORMANCE
Delivers the most advanced features in its class - with great performance, functionality, and reliability at a great price
Orderability: NOW FCS: NOW
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Available in Q4CY12

3x3 ANTENNA DESIGN, 2 SPATIAL STREAMS
Most consistent device uplink speeds, sustained further from the AP for Entry Level 802.11n

RF EXCELLENCE FEATURES
ClientLink 2.0, and VideoStream to help ensure an interference-free, high-speed wireless application experience

CLEAN AIR EXPRESS*
RF interference protection for efficient communications with basic detection, classification, and mitigation

Entry Level EnterpriseClass 802.11n Based AP

ENTERPRISE CLASS
Entry-level 802.11n based AP designed to address the wireless connectivity needs of small and medium-sized enterprises
*Future Support

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Cisco Aironet 802.11n Indoor Access Point
Feature Comparison Matrix
AP Model (availability)
Max Data Rate Radio Design (MIMO: Spatial Streams) Max Clients Per Radio Spectrum Intelligence Client Acceleration Max ClientLink Support Per Radio BandSelect VideoStream Rogue AP Detection Adaptive wIPS DEPLOMENT MODES Centralized FlexConnect Wireless Mesh Office Extend Autonomous Power
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* Future Support

600 Series
300 Mbps 2X3:2 15 (Total per AP) ✔ 100 to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

1600 Series
(CY12Q4)

2600 Series
450 Mbps 3X4:3 200 CleanAir ClientLink 2.0 128 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 802.3af

3600 Series
1.3 Gbps .11n: 4X4:3 .11ac: 3x3:3* 200 CleanAir ClientLink 2.0 128 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ (O2)* 11n: 802.3af 11ac: Enhanced PoE, 802.3at or UPoE 27 Cisco Confidential

300 Mbps 3X3:2 128 CleanAir Express* ClientLink 2.0 32 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔(O2)* 802.3af

Based on 7.3 rel

Target deployments

Form factor

Virtual controller Small or midsized business Branch Virtual Machine Software

Controller for ISRG2 Small or midsized business Branch ISR SRE

2500 series Small or midsized business Branch Desktop

5500 series Midsized to large enterprise 1RU Appliance

WiSM2 Midsized to large enterprise

7500 series

8500 series

Large Large number enterprise and of branches service provider 1RU appliance

Catalyst 6500 1RU appliance Module

DEPLOYMENT MODES
FlexConnect Local Mode Mesh OfficeExtend Min Access points Max Access points Max Client support Max RF Tag support Max Throughput Max # of AP groups Max Number of Flex groups Max Access points per group Max WLANs Max VLANs
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✔ ✔

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

5 200 3000 3000 500 Mbps 200 100 100 512 512

5 50 500 500 500 Mbps 30 30 25 16 16

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

✔ ✔

SCALE
5 50 500 500 500 Mbps 30 30 25 16 16 12 500 7,000 5,000 8 Gbps 500 100 25 512 512 100 1000 15,000 5,000 20 Gbps 1000 100 25 512 512 300 6000 64,000 50,000 1 Gbps 6000 2000 100 512 4095 300 6000 64,000 50,000 10 Gbps 6000 2000 100 512 4095
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Based on 7.3 rel

Virtual controller

Controller for ISRG2

2500 series

5500 series

WiSM2

7500 series

8500 series

FEATURE SUPPORT
Workgroup bridge
LAG Mobility DTLS CAC Cisco VideoStream Guest svcs (wireless) Guest svcs (wired) Guest anchor
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

L2 ✔

L2/L3 ✔ ✔ ✔

L2/L3
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

✔ L2/L3
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

L2/L3
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

L2
✔ ✔

L2/L3
✔ ✔


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-

-

-

-

GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATIONS
FIPS Common Criteria In plan In plan In plan In plan Certified Certified Certified Certified In plan In plan In plan In plan

DISA UCAPL

In plan

In plan

Certified

Certified

In plan

In plan

PLATFORM DETAILS
Interfaces Redundant Power Redundant Fans Max Power Hardware Warranty 2 vNICs NA NA NA ISR G2 backplane ✔ (option) ✔ Refer to SRE 90 days 90 days 4 x 1GbE No Fanless 80W 90 days 90 days 8 x 1GbE ✔ (option)

Catalyst 6500 backplane ✔

2 x 10GbE ✔ (installed)

2 x 10GbE ✔ (installed)

125W 90 days 90 days

220W 90 days 90 days

675W 90 days 90 days

675W 90 days
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Autonomous

FlexConnect

Centralized

WAN

Standalone APs

Traffic Distributed at AP Branch
Wireless only • Highly scalable for large number of remote branches • Simple wireless operations with DC hosted controller • L2 roaming only • WAN BW & latency AP3600, AP2600, AP1600 Flex 7500, Virtual Controller

Traffic Centralized at Controller Campus
Wireless only • Simplified operations with centralized control for Wireless • Wireless Traffic visibility at the controller • System throughput AP3600, AP2600, AP1600 OEAP 600 (OEAP mode) 5760, 5500, WiSM2, 2500 8500 (SP networks)
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Small Network
Requirement Wireless only

Benefits

• Simple and cost-effective for small networks

Key Considerations

• Limited RRM AP3600*, AP2600, AP1600

Key Products

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* Future support

Advanced Spectrum Capability
• System wide Interferer details • Interferer event correlation • Visualization of interferer zone of impact & Interferer notification

Location Services
• Track & Trace interferers & Layer 1 threats, Rogues, Wi-Fi clients and RF tags • Geo fencing / Zone based alerts • Presence detection

Available as Physical & Virtual Appliance MSE tracks up to 50,000 endpoints & supports 10,000 Monitor Mode or ELM AP

Wireless Intrusion Prevention
• • Detection & Mitigation of security penetration & DOS attacks Capability supported in Monitor Mode & data serving AP (Enhanced Local Mode -ELM)

Advanced Location Services
• Mobile Concierge • Thinksmart Location Analytics AP3600 Wireless Security & Spectrum Intelligence Module
Available Q1 CY2013

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Cisco WLAN Controller

Mobility Services Engine (MSE) with Thinksmart

Wireless Network

Typical Traffic Paths Dwell Times By Zone

Roaming Mobile Users

Thinksmart collects location data on users and devices from the WiFi Infrastructure and presents analytics on aggregate user location and trends

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“Download our Loyalty App”

“Floor-map For the Store”

“Check Inventory At Nearby Stores”

“In-Aisle Purchase”

“Call For Help”

“Specials For Your Current Department”

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wIPS Positioning
Good
Features ELM (1:1)
Y • On-channel wIPS monitoring • Best effort off channel wIPS monitoring • On-channel RF visibility N

Better
Monitor Mode AP (1:5)
N • Full spectrum (all channels) wIPS monitoring • No impact to data serving clients

Best
WSSI (1:5)
Y • On-channel & Full spectrum (all channels) wIPS monitoring • No impact to data serving clients • On-channel & Full spectrum (all channels) RF visibility Y

Serving Wireless data clients

wIPS Security Scanning

CleanAir Spectrum Intelligence for troubleshooting & forensics Feature off-load for improved AP throughput Dedicated Ethernet network connection required Solution Cost / AP (Assuming 100 AP deployment & 60% discount, with switch port & cabling included)
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• Full spectrum (all channels) RF visibility N

N

Y

N

$68
WIPS license

$180
Monitor Mode AP + WIPS license

$124
WSSI Module + wIPS license

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CleanAir

Industry’s Broadest Wireless Portfolio that provides investment protection for 802.11ac

ClientLink

VideoStream

BandSelect

Device Onboarding and Guest Access

Unified Policy

Uncompromised Experience

Simplified Operations

BYOD
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CONNECTIVITY

802.11a/g (54Mb/s)  Wi-Fi 11a/g

802.11n (>100Mb/s)  Wi-Fi 11n

802.11ac (>1Gb/s)  Wi-Fi VHT5G

802.11ad (60GHz)  WiGig

SPECTRUM

802.11h (DFS)  Standard Wi-Fi

802.11j (Japan)

802.11y (3.6GHz)

802.11af (TVWS)

MANAGEMENT

802.11k (Measure)  Voice-Enterprise

802.11v (Manage)  WNM

802.11ae (QoS for management)

SECURITY

802.11i (Security)  WPA2

802.11w (MFP)  MFP

Cisco Active Cisco Driven

SEAMLESS

802.11r (Roaming)  Voice-Enterprise

802.11u  Hotspot 2.0

CCX Driven
802.11 amendment  Wi-Fi certification

APPLICATIONS

802.11e (QoS)  WMM, WMM-AC

802.11aa (Video)

Blue = complete Red = in development

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• Over 90% of the Mobility/WLAN industry silicon is CCX compatible • Over seventy-five (75) Partners license CCX in the CDN Program • Over 350 Devices and Tags are CCX Certified (“Cisco Compatible”) • Over 730 Companies in the CDN Program across Cisco CDO
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