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Mobile Video Driving Traffic Explosion

There will be 5B mobile devices and 2B M2M nodes Global mobile traffic will grow 26X to 6.3 EB/mo

Video will be 66% of all mobile traffic by 2015


Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Forecast, 20102015

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Internet Service
AAA/Service manager Corporate server

Corporate network

802.3 Wired links

FAT AP FAT AP

FAT AP

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Cisco Wi-Fi RNC Architecture


Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)

Controls handoff between APs LAN, MAN, or WAN Connected (L2 or L3 transport)

Unified Architecture

CleanAir for active interference mitigation Adaptive wireless intrusion detection/prevention (wIPS)

Context-aware services (VideoStream, VoWi-Fi CAC)


Per VLAN (user/SSID) policy Inter-network mobility via IP (3G>Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi>Wi-Fi)

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AAA/Service manager

Corporate server

WLC Corporate network

CAP WAP CAP WAP

CAP WAP

FAT AP FAT AP

FAT AP

QoS enforcement and ACL-based filtering are handled at the controller


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Not All Access Points Are the Same


Sophisticated spectrum Intelligence to monitor the airwaves; detect, locate and classify interference; alert Ops; and reconfigure the network to avoid Improves Network Reliability Best in class Radio Resource Management coupled with beamforming to deliver focused power to clients Improves Network Throughput and Coverage

CleanAir

ClientLink

Band Select

Optimized RF utilization by moving 5 GHz capable client out of the congested 2.4 GHz channels Improves Network Throughput
Extends reliable multicast into the wireless network by converting multicast to unicast at the AP Quality Video over WLAN

Video Stream
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Industrys 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 Performance and Predictability


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High resolution interference detection, classification, and mitigation at chip level

CleanAir Radio ASIC but


100

system wide feature (WLC, MSE, CS)


Accuracy in detecting Wi-Fi
20

and non-Wi-Fi interference


Assess impact

63 97 35

to Wi-Fi performance
Proactively change channels

90

when interference occurs: Event Driven RRM (ED-RRM)


Monitor air quality Zone of impact

Detect | Classify | Locate | Mitigate

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Simplify IT operations with automatic / dynamic RF management


BEFORE Manual RF management AFTER Dynamic RF management, system wide
Simplify RF Manageme nt

Channels Power Coverage

Manual Channel Assignment Manual Transmit Power Adjustment Manual Coverage Hole Detection/Mitigation

Dynamic Channel Assignment Dynamic Transmit Power Adjustment Dynamic Coverage Hole Detection/Mitigation

Cisco RRM - Improves Predictability and Performance


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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)

Beam Strength

Wireless Client Performance

Beam Forming

802.11n

802.11n

Cisco ClientLink - Improves Predictability and Performance


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ClientLink (Beamforming)
Essential facts
Beam Forming is effective for downstream traffic

(MRC for upstream)


Measureable advantages:

802.11a/g

Beam Forming

Increased SNR at cell edges


Increased downstream data rates at cell edges Increased downstream throughput at cell edges
ClientLink benefits the whole cell with an overall

quality coverage increased


Beam Forming is performed in hardware and use

both UDP and TCP traffic (no Bidirectional Traffic required)


Can beam form to up to 128 clients per AP
802.11n

Applicable to legacy rates of 9, 12, 18 (added for

outdoors) and 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps

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Reduces coverage holes / improves client predictability and performance


BEFORE Client-link disabled AFTER Client-link enabled

Wireless Client Performance

Lower Data Rates

Higher Data Rates

Cisco ClientLink - Improves Predictability and Performance


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40MHz Channels

Packet Aggregation

Backward Compatibility

MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output)


Without MRC
Multiple Signals Sent; One Signal Chosen

With MRC
Multiple Signals Sent and Combined at the Receiver Increasing Fidelity

MIMO AP Performance

Performed by Receiver (Hear Better)

Combines Multiple Received Signals

Increases Receive Sensitivity

Works with non-MIMO and MIMO Clients

Beam Forming

Maximal Ratio Combining Spatial Multiplexing

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MRC gives a gain of 4.7 dB in UL for all Data Rates MRC Gain is added in Rx Sensitivity number

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Combined Effect (Adding all Rx Paths)

3 Antennas Rx Signals

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40MHz Channels

Packet Aggregation

Backward Compatibility

MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output)


Information is Split and Transmitted on Multiple Streams

stream 1

MIMO AP

stream 2 Performance

Transmitter and Receiver Participate

Concurrent Transmission on Same Channel

Increases Bandwidth

Requires MIMO Client

Beam Forming
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Maximal Ratio Combining

Spatial Multiplexing
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AP1550 has the capability of 2 X 3 MIMO

Wired-like video delivery over wireless


BEFORE No resource reservation, degraded voice and video, cannot deliver multicast AFTER Stream prioritization, resource reservation, reliable multicast over wireless

Global Enterprise

CEO Meeting

M&A Negotiation

Sports Event

CEO Meeting

M&A Negotiation

Sports Event

Cisco VideoStream Improves Predictability and Performance


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Separates traffic types in to 4 QoS access categories (AC)

Background, Best Effort, Video, Voice


These 4 ACs also have unique delay and random back off characteristics for

accessing the RF channel (EDCA)

Backgrou nd

Best Effort

Video

Voice
Internal Collision Resolution

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From client to AP

From AP to WLC (CAPWAP tunnel)

From WLC to Ethernet Switch

LAN Switch CAPWAP Tunnels

WLAN Controller 802.11 Clients APs

Upstream QoS ensures that packetstraveling from the client through the AP and

controller to the LAN Switchmaintain their QoS markings and treatment.


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Cisco NCS Management Platform for Lifecycle Management of Wireless networks


Access Points

Radio Resource Mgmt

WLAN Controllers

Planning Tools

Troubleshooting

Alarm Monitoring

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OUTDOOR

1550 Seriesfour models DOCSIS 3.0 and EuroDOCSIS 3.0 option Dual radio APs and dual band stick antennas RF excellence with:
CleanAir ClientLink RRM VideoStream Band Select

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Most Compact, Carrier-grade Outdoor AP

Features

Benefits

Ultra-low visual footprint

Unobtrusive, blends into background

Cisco Flexible Antenna Port


IP67, Outdoor Design Cisco Aironet family

Flexible radio coverage


Provide WiFi coverage where it is needed Radio excellence, feature-rich WLAN

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Compact Size

SP deploys anywhere, without worrying that the AP is too big or noticeable Solar shield/cover available option to paint and brand if desired

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With CleanAir Technology

Any Device / BYOD Optimized Client Scalability RF Interference Mitigation Enterprise-class Performance Voice/Video/Multimedia Basic Connectivity Deployment Flexibility

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

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Best in Class Mission Specific

Mission Critical Enterprise Class


NE W

600 & 700


2x2:2 Dual-Band DualRadio
702w: Wall Plate AP

1600
3x3:2 DualBand DualRadio CleanAir Express* ClientLink 2.0 VideoStream

2600

3700

NE W

4x4:3 Dual-Band Dual-Radio


Over 1 Gbps, 802.11ac support High Density Experience CleanAir 80 MHz, ClientLink 3.0, VideoStream Future proof modularity: Security, 3G Small Cell or Wave 2 802.11ac

Dorms, hospitality 702i: Compact Midmarket AP 600: Teleworker

3x4:3 Dual-Band Dual-Radio High Client Scalability CleanAir ClientLink 2.0 VideoStream

Flexibility
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Mission Critical

Best In Class
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Committed

Product Offer 3G + Wi-Fi

16 User 3G Open Mode Module <100mW Transmit Power (same as ETSI 802.11) Compatible with 3600i/3600e Wi-Fi

Capability RF RF Power Antenna

3G/HSPA + 802.11n Band II/V or I 802.11n 2.4/5GHz 3G 100mW at Ant. Port 3G: 1x1 SISO 802.11n 4x4 3SS / Beamforming 5 MHz Cisco 3600 AP Platform 21/5.7 Mbps HSDPA+ (peak rate)* 16 Active users; 200 idle ;3GPP R99 & R8 HSDPA+ ; Iuh / TR-069, TR-196v1, Open Mode 3G Active CS/PS and Idle Mode Reselection 3G : Network Listen 802.11 : Clean Air PoE+ or 48V DC (25W)

RF BW

AIRONET 3600

Supports powering through PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) R99 WCDMA Voice Calls HSDPA+ 21Mbps / HSUPA 5.76Mbps (Peak Rates)* Available in 3GPP I (Rest of World) and Band II/V (USA/LATAM) USC5412 LTE module in Planning

Base Platform 3G Throughput 3G Feature Set Mobility SON / HetNet Power Supply

3G HSPA+ 21Mbps/5.7Mbps <100mW/20dBm EiRP 16 Active Users

Size / Weight
Deployment

1.5L ; 1.4kg (complete unit)


Desk/Wall/Ceiling

* SCS 2.0 Supports 14 codes = ~19 Mbps Peak Rate


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Features/Performance

New 8500 (SP Wi-Fi)

WiSM-2 (Campus) 5500 (Campus) 2500 (Branch)

MultiArchitecture Capable

SRE WLCM2

FlexConnect
New
Virtual Controller Flex 7500

Scale (Number of Clients, APs)


Roadmap is highly confidential and reflects current plan. Subject to change without notice
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Features
Throughput Scale Data forwarding Modes Resiliency QoS Security Roaming Services IPv6 BYOD CLI Licensing 8 Gbps

5508

5760
60 Gbps Line-rate 1000 APs, 12000 Clients

500 APs, 7000 Clients

Local, Flex, Mesh, Outdoor, OEAP


AP SSO, N+1, HA SKU Alloy QoS Dynamic ACLs, SGA (SXP) L2 and L3 FSR, 11r, Neighbor List Bonjour, AVC, Static Netflow IPv6 Client Mobility, First Hop Security ISE 1.1MR, Single SSID, Device Sensor Available, Secure FTP License PAK based on serial number

Local Mode
N+1, Multiple LAG, HA SKU Granular QoS (MQC) Downloadable ACLs L2 and L3 Fast Secure Roaming (FSR) Flexible Netflow IPv6 Client Mobility, First Hop Security ISE 1.1MR IOS CLI, Secure Shell, EEM/TCL/TK Right to use
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MSE is available as Physical Appliance and Virtual Appliance


Both platforms support CleanAir, Context-Aware and Adaptive WIPS

Cisco Mobility Services Engine

MSE-3310 tracks up to 2,000 endpoints (interferers, rogues, Wi-Fi clients, wired devices) and 2,000 aWIPS

Virtual Appliance supports up to 50,000 end points and 10,000 aWIPS

MSE-3355 tracks up to 18,000 end points (interferers, rogues, Wi-Fi clients, wired devices) and 3,000 aWIPS

MSE provides well-defined APIs for Enterprise and Mobile app development

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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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Trusted WiFi

3G / 4G Mobile Packet Core

Untrusted WiFi

Internet

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WLC AP/ MAG


PMIPv6

Subscriber Policy Enforcement Internet

LMA

PMIPv6

PMIPv6

GTP

AP

.1Q

AP
L3

WLC
IPSec

UE
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AP

IPSec

L2

WLC/ MAG

Subscriber Policy Enforcement

MAG

LMA

GTP

L3

GTP

AP

L3
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Home Network AAA

HLR

AUC

Cisco Intelligent Services Cloud


MAP

Mobile Operator 3G/4G Core


SS7

Network Control System

AAA

GGSN
SUM PCR Portal AAA

3G/4G Mobile Packet Core

Cisco UCS

PMIPv6/GTP

Customers Wi-Fi APs

Internet
Cisco Wireless Controllers CAPWAP
DHCP

Internet Cisco ASR1K


Intelligent Services Gateway NAT, Firewall

Wireless LAN policy RF management Roaming

Session management Layer 4 redirection Transparent auto logon

Usage statistics Policy enforcement

SP Wi-Fi Converged Architecture


Enabling Seamless Convergence
MNO Home Network Policy
HLR OCS PCR F CGF

AP
Portal DHCP AAA WLC WLC AP

Hotspot
AP Aggrega tion Switch AP

Access Network Policy

Roaming Partner Core

Internet Servic

PGW/LMA GTP
Gn
Roaming Partner Core

Internet Servic

WAG Public/La rge Venue


AP/C PE

Optio nal NAT

GGSN Retailer Providers


Home Networ k Core

Internet Servic

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Portal Device
Open Association DHCP DHCP ARP IP Unknown MAC. RADIUS Access Req (username= MAC Framed IP)

AP+WLC

DHCP

ISG

QNS

UserDB

uSuM

RADIUS Access Req (username= MAC)

RADIUS Reject

RADIUS Access Reject (not known)

TAL Check Only relevant for WebAuth users.

Apply Open Garden and L4 Redirect Services http://www.google.com PBHK L4 Redirect to Portal REST API (get MAC) required for WebAuth, not needed for TLS registration HTTP: Send branded portal HTTP: Request TLS account with MSISDN credentials SQL query for

Customer Care

SMSC

MSISDN SQL response with IMSI, CC, APN SQL insert (user-MSISDN, password, IMSI, CC, APN) SMS to MSISDN with password HTTP: Info page with instructions to connect to EAP SSID User reconnects to 2011 SSID Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. EAP

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Device

AP+WLC
Open Association EAP Request/ID

ASR1k iWAG

GGSN

CAR

UserDB
All subs user/password provisioned with IMSI, MSISDN and CC

EAP ID Response/ID

RADIUS Access Request (username= USER, calling station ID = MAC)

SQL query for USER

EAP-TLS Method

SQL response for USER MSISDN, IMSI, CC

EAP SUCCESS DHCP Discover

RADIUS Access Accept (EAP Success) Cache user MAC IMSI, MSISDN, CC

RADIUS Access Request(Username= MAC) RADIUS Access Accept(3GPP-IMSI, ChargingCharacteristsics, cisco-msisdn, cisco-mn-service, Cisco-mpc-protocol-interface, cisco-service-selectionAPN) Create PDP Ctx Req Create PDP Ctx Res (IP, DNS)

DHCP Offer
DHCP Req DHCP Ack

GTP tunnel
Gi Data packet (Src IP=IP)

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Device

AP+WLC
Open Association EAP Request/ID

ASR1k iWAG

GGSN

CAR

HLR

UserDB
All subs user/password provisioned with IMSI, MSISDN and CC

EAP ID Response/ID

RADIUS Access Request (username= IMSI@realm, calling station ID = MAC) MAP SEND AUTH INFO Req MAP SEND AUTH INFO Res SQL query for IMSI SQL response for IMSI MSISDN, CC, APN Cache user MAC IMSI, MSISDN, CC

EAP-SIM Method

EAP SUCCESS DHCP Discover

RADIUS Access Accept (EAP Success)

RADIUS Access Request(Username= MAC) RADIUS Access Accept(3GPP-IMSI, ChargingCharacteristsics, cisco-msisdn, cisco-mn-service, Cisco-mpc-protocol-interface, cisco-service-selectionAPN) Create PDP Ctx Req Create PDP Ctx Res (IP, DNS)

DHCP Offer
DHCP Req DHCP Ack

GTP tunnel
Gi Data packet (Src IP=IP)

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UNTRUSTED WI-FI NETWORK


Web-Based Auth/No Encryption Mostly Hotspot Side Business

TRUSTED WI-FI NETWORK


802.1x/802.11i 3G Offload

Portal Page

Auto Portal Page Username Password

Auto Portal Page Username Password EAP-SIM

802.1x 902.11i

Username Password

EAP-FAST EAP-SIM EAP-TLS

802.11
1997

Apple Airport
1999

Web Auth

WISPr 1.0
2003

Apple iPhone
2007

WISPr 2.0
2010

HS2.0
2011

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WIFI integration into the MPC


Wx

HLR AAA UTRAN


Iub

PCRF
Gx

OCS
Gy

MIP UMTS

Gn

SGSN GGSN
Gi

Client Wm

PMIP WAG
SWn

MIP

Wu: IPSec/IKEv2
WLAN

IPSG TTG PGW/LMA

HA

Operator IP Service Domain

WiFi

IP

PMIPv6

Migration to 4G underway

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Essentials for Mobility


Common anchor point for all access technologies A common subscriber identifier across all access technologies

Eg. MAC address, MSISDN. key for inter-access mobility


Address allocated from a common DHCP pool A common authentication scheme Common session identifier For common billing and subscriber service across WiFi/3G/4G Ability to track subscriber

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PMIPv6 - Hierarchical mobility

Subscriber authentication Tracking

WLC Local Mobility

MAG

Common IP pool Common Anchor Same Subscriber ID Same Session ID

WiFi Mobility

PGW / LMA
4

WLC

Domain Mobility
5

IPv6

Internet

WLC Local Mobility MAG Location Mobility WLC

802.11(x)
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L2

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Domain Mobility with PMIPv6


Host-based Mobility: Mobile IP PMIP Signalling: Proxy Binding Update (PBU) Proxy Binding Acknowledge (PBA)

LMA-Local Mobility Anchor

MIPv4, MIPv6 Requires client implementation of Mobile IP stacks; client signalling needed

Drawback: requires client support (ubiquity?)


Network-based Mobility: Proxy Mobile

IP PMIPv6 (RFC-5213) Only network entities participate in mobility related signaling on behalf of clients Advantage: transparent to UE; no client required

Access Signalling: DHCP, IPv6 Router Solicitation

MAG-Mobility Access Gateway

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PMIPv6 Entities
Local Mobility Anchor (LMA):
topological anchor point for UE; assigns and manages UE address and access network location
PMIP Signalling: Proxy Binding Update (PBU) Proxy Binding Acknowledge (PBA)

LMA-Local Mobility Anchor

Switches UE downstream/upstream data to appropriate MAG via PMIP tunnelling (GREbased encapsulation)

Mobility Access Gateway (MAG):


manages mobility signalling for the UE;

tracks UE location subnet-to-subnet;


Switches downstream/upstream UE data between access subnet and PMIP tunnel to LMA Notifies LMA of location changes for MAG handoff

Access Signalling: DHCP, IPv6 Router Solicitation

MAG-Mobility Access Gateway

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Intra Controller roaming


Intra-Controller roam

happens when an AP moves association between APs joined to the same controller
Client must be re-

authenticated and new security session established


Controller updates client

database entry with new AP and appropriate security context


No IP address refresh

needed

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Inter Controller Layer 2 roaming

L2 Inter-Controller roam happens when an AP moves association between APs joined to the different controllers but client traffic bridged onto the same subnet authenticated and new security session established

Client must be re-

Client database entry

moved to new controller

No IP address refresh needed

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Inter Controller Layer 3 symmetric roaming

Foreign controllers

will send Layer 3 roaming clients packet back to its anchor controller through EtherIP tunneling
Source IP address of

the packet will be the foreign controller s management IP address


Upstream routers that

have Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF) will forward on packets


No IP address refresh

needed

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HOTSPOT 2.0

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GSM
Turn on phone and get secure cellular connectivity

Hotspot 2.0
Turn on device and get secure Wi-Fi connectivity

Automatic. Secure. EAP-Based.


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Authentication and Roaming


Network Discovery and Selection L2 Access Control Layer 2 Air Encryption

Hotspot (Today)
SSID None None WebAuth WISPr Untrusted No No

HS2.0 Spec
802.11u 802.1X 802.11i EAP-SIM, AKA, TLS, TTLS Trusted Yes Yes

L3 Authentication
Hotspot Network Safe IPR Interoperable

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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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Worldwide References

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Cisco SP Wi-Fi Legacy of Experience


2004 30,000 hotspots across France, Accor hotels, Air France, Disneyland Paris,

2005 2006
2007 2008

T-Mobile HotSpot - 5,000 Wi-Fi enabled Starbucks, Kinkos, airports, Borders


20+ Muni Mesh deployments;100k APs across Phoenix, Madison, Dallas, Orlando, Miami, Detroit, others The Pearl of Qatar 1,000 acre manmade island; Wi-Fi mesh covering 40k residential, retail, leisure luxury units Cablevision Largest MSO deployment; 18,000 multi- vendor APs across Metro NYC parented on Cisco infrastructure

2009
2010 2011
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Turk Telecom 25,000 Cisco APs, Cisco ISG/SCE back end infrastructure
British Telecom (BT) 3G Smart Phone Wi-Fi Offload architecture for 30,000+ APs 942 APs covering 3,000,000 sq ft in Dallas Cowboys Stadium for Superbowl XLV
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Over 200 Service Provider customers worldwide Business models: Hotspot, venue, off-load, customer

retention and service extension


65%+ market share in Wi-Fi
Nearly 12 million APs deployed Nearly 700 engineering resources focused on Wi-Fi
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In-flight Wi-Fi

Over 80,000

Over 25,000

Over 100,000

access service
Same service

Cisco APs
Retail Hotspots

Cisco APs
Indoor +

Cisco APs
Wholesale off-

is customized for each airline


Complete

Starbucks McDonalds
3G Off-load Stadiums

Outdoor + Venue mix


Complete

load
Over 25,000

Cisco Aps
Over 10,000

Cisco solution

Cisco Solution

locations
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Tested Solution at Etisalat Environment

E2E solution for all use case scenario


Complete and integrated management portfolio Solution scalability

Solution redundancy
Air interface superiority Seamless integration with 3G/4G network Ability to offer value added services like location based services

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