Wireless Controller WC7520

Wireless Controller
Menaxho mijëra përdorues me një kontrollues.
Lehtësi e jashtëzakonshme e përdorimit. Performance e larte. Një arkitekturë e plotë LAN.  WC7520 është zgjedhja për të përmbushur kërkesat e organizatave të mesme me mijëra përdorues.

Modeli: WC7520

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    Product Number
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    System Information and Limits
    Supported AP Models
    • WNDAP360 Dual Band 802.11n Wireless Access Point
    • WNDAP350 Dual Band 802.11n Wireless Access Point
    • WNAP320 802.11n Wireless Access Point
    • WNAP210 802.11n Wireless Access Point
    Supported Modes
    • Wireless-A/B/G/N
    Main Functionality
    • Wireless Controller
    Number of Access Points
    • 50 per controller
    Maximum AP Supported per Controller
    • 20 (default)
    • 50 with 3 x Incremental 10-AP License Upgrades (WC7510L)
    Maximum Controllers that Can Be Stacked Together
    • 3
    Maximum AP Supported per Stacked Setup
    • 150
    Maximum Profile Groups per Controller
    • 8
    • Each access point belongs to only one profile group
    Maximum Security Profiles (SSID) per Profile Group
    • 8 per radio (2.4 GHz; 5 GHz)
    • 16 with WNDAP350
    Maximum Security Profiles (SSID) per Controller
    • 128 (assuming WNDAP350/WNDAP360 and 8 security profiles per radio)
    Maximum Security Profiles per Network (3 Controllers)
    • 512
    Maximum Rogue APs Detectable per Controller
    • 512
    Maximum Floorplans per Controller
    • 3 (default)
    • Additional floorplans possible with USB local storage (up to a maximum of 18 floorplans)
    Number of Captive Portals per Controller
    • 1
    Maximum Clients per AP
    • WNAP210: up to 32 clients; WNAP320: up to 64 clients
    • WNDAP350 and WNDAP360: up to 64 clients per radio (128 clients total)
    Maximum Clients per Controller
    • None other than maximum clients per AP
    L2 Mobility
    • L2 fast roaming support between the APs
    L3 Mobility
    • L3 fast roaming support with encrypted tunnelling between the APs and the controller
    Maximum VLANs per Controller
    • 64 VLANs for SSIDs
    • 1 configurable management VLAN
    Controller Redundancy
    • VRRP-based N+1 redundancy with failover
    • 1:1 when one cold redundant Controller and one production Controller are configured to form a Redundancy group
    • 1:2 or 1:3 when one cold redundant Controller is added to a Stack of 2 or 3 production Controllers
    • Licenses on the redundant controller need – at least – to match those on each protected production controller
    • Per Controller: Up to 50 Access Points (AP) with Appropriate Licenses
    • Per Stack: Up to 150 Access Points (AP) with Appropriate Licenses
    DHCP Server/Relay
    • Integrated DHCP server
    • Multiple DHCP server/pool can be added for different VLANs (up to 64)
    VLANs for the Wireless Controller
    • One management VLAN (configurable VLAN ID)
    VLANs Access Points / Multiple SSIDs
    • 64 VLANs
    VLANs Deployment
    • The Wireless Controller must have IP connectivity with the access points through the management VLAN. If the Controller and the APs are on different management VLANs, external VLAN routing must allow IP connectivity between the Controller and the APs.
    Integrated Deployment Planning
    • Hierarchical view of the network: Floor maps upload and floor maps dimensions input
    • Automated RF planning algorithm: Computed number of APs required to cover a floor plan
    • Theorical cloud coverage indicated for each AP for positionning assistance on the floor plan
    RF Monitoring
    • Coverage computing per floor plan
    • Alert for any detected coverage holes with mitigation options with neighboring APs
    • Rogue AP/blacklisted clients triangulation
    Automatic Channel Allocation
    • Channel automatic distribution to reduce interference
    • Auto-channel allocation takes into consideration the AP location, interferences, and neighborhood maps for each AP
    • Modifiable list of corporate channels to be used
    • Scheduled mode for auto-channel allocation
    • Automatic mode available in case of high level of interference
    Automatic Power Control
    • Optimum transmit power determination based on coverage requirements
    • Automatic power control mode available
    • Neighborhood scan of RF environment to minimize neighboring AP interference and leakage across floors
    Coverage Hole Detection
    • Automatic mode
    • Down APs or compromised RF environment detection with alerts
    • Self healing: Automatic neighboring AP power increase to fill in for coverage losses
    Load Balancing
    • AP load monitoring and overload prevention
    • Client redirection to lightly loaded neighboring APs
    Fast Roaming
    • Seamless rapid mobility across VLAN and subnets
    • Includes 802.11i pre-auth and fast roaming
    • Fast roaming support accross L2, and L3 for video, audio and voice over wireless client
    Quality of Service
    WMM Quality of Service
    • WMM (802.11e) prioritizes traffic for both upstream traffic from the stations to the access points (station EDCA parameters) and downstream traffic from the access points to the client stations (AP EDCA parameters)
    WMM Queues in Decreasing Order of Priority
    • Voice: The highest priority queue with minimum delay, which makes it ideal for applications like VoIP and streaming media
    • Video: The second highest priority queue with low delay is given to this queue. Video applications are routed to this queue
    • Best effort: The medium priority queue with medium delay is given to this queue. Most standard IP application will use this queue
    • Background: Low priority queue with high throughput. Applications, such as FTP, which are not time-sensitive but require high throughput can use this queue
    WMM Power Save Option
    • WMM power save helps conserve battery power in small devices such as phones, laptops, PDAs, and audio players using IEEE® 802.11e mechanisms
    Rate Limiting
    • Rate limit per SSID set as a percentage of total available bandwidth
    Client Authentication Protocols
    • Open, WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK
    • 802.11i/WPA/WPA2 Enterprise with standard interface to external AAA/RADIUS Server
    • Local ACLs (512 MAC)
    • MAC ACLs based on local AAA Server or external Radius Server
    Distinct AAA Server per SSID
    • Yes
    RADIUS Accounting Protocol
    • Per Client tracking for Bytes Tx/Rx and
    • Connect/disconnect time
    LDAP-based Authentication
    • Standard interface to external LDAP server/Microsoft® Active Directory Server
    Integrated AAA Server
    • Local database authentication based on WC7520 internal AAA Server
    Guest Access
    • Integrated captive portal available for client authentication in a security profile
    • Password based authentification mode: Local user store available, receptionist assigned user name/password
    • External Radius server mode: External RADIUS authentication for the captive portal clients
    • Open authentication mode: Guest auto registration with email address
    • Extraction of logs of guest activity
    Captive Portal
    • Configurable portal page, including image files
    Rogue Access Points
    • Rogue AP definition: AP with radio SSID oberved by any of the managed APs and seen transmitting on same L2 wired network
    • Detection and mapping of up to 512 rogue APs
    Monitoring Summary
    • Summary of managed access points status, rogue access points detected, wireless stations connected, Wireless Controller information and wireless network usage
    Managed Access Points
    • AP status for the managed access points and details that includes configuration settings, current wireless settings, current clients and detailed traffic statistics
    Rogue Access Points
    • Rogue access points reported
    • Rogue access points in same channel
    • Rogue access points in interfering channels
    Wireless Clients
    • Clients statistics and details per AP, per SSID, per floor, per location
    • Blacklisted clients, roaming clients
    Wireless Network Usage
    • Network usage statistics display plots of average received/transmitted network traffic per managed access point. Three different plots show Ethernet, Wireless 802.11 b/bg/ng and 802.11 a/na mode traffic separately
    Heat Maps
    • Live coverage and visualization heat maps
    • Location visualization and device tracking
    DHCP Leases
    • DHCP details for wireless clients
    Management Interface
    • HTTP, SNMP v1/v2c, telnet, Secure Shell (SSH)
    Logging and Reporting
    • If available syslog server on the network, the Wireless Controller can send all logs. Logs are also available on the GUI and ready to download (log export file)
    • Email alerts for events as per configuration to multiple email addresses
    • Managed access points ping
    • Save/restore configuration, restore to factory defaults, admin password change, add user (read-only), firmware upgrade via Web browser for the Wireless Controller and the managed access points
    Dual Boot Image
    • Supported
    • SNMP v1/v2c
    Wired IEEE Standards
    • IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
    • IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging
    Wired IEEE Standards
    • IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
    • WMM (from 802.11e)
    RFC – System Facilities
    • RFC 1001 Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP transport: Concepts and methods’
    • RFC 1002 Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP transport: Detailed specifications
    • RFC 1155 Management information for TCP/IP networks
    • RFC 1305 Network Time Protocol (Version 3) Specification, Implementation and Analysis
    • RFC 2131 DHCP
    • RFC 3768 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
    • RFC 768 UDP
    • RFC 791 IP
    • RFC 792 ICMP
    • RFC 793 TCP
    • RFC 826 ARP
    RFC – Security and AAA
    • RFC 1321 MD5 Message – Digest Algorithm
    • RFC 1851 Triple DES Algorithm
    • RFC 2246 TLS Protocol Version 1.0
    • RFC 2404 HMAC-SHA-1-96
    • RFC 3280 Internet X.509 PKI Certificate and CRL certificate
    • RFC 3377 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3): Technical Specification
    • RFC 3565 Use of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Encryption Algorithm in Cryptographic Message Syntax
    • RFC 4346 TLS Protocol version 1.1
    RFC – Management
    • SNMP v1, v2c
    • RFC 364 syslog
    • RFC 854 telnet
    • RFC 1156 MIB
    • RFC 1157 SNMP
    • RFC 1213 MIB II
    • RFC 1350 TFTP
    • RFC 2616 HTTP
    • RFC 3164 The BSD Syslog Protocol
    • Enterprise private MIBs
    Gigabit RJ45 Ports LAN
    • Switch 4-port 10/100/1000
    Flash Memory/RAM
    • 8 MB + 2 GB CF/1 GB DDR2
    USB Port
    • 1 port for USB storage
    • More floor heat maps
    • Extended statistics history
    Major Regulatory Compliance
    • FCC Class A, CE, WEEE, RoHS
    Storage and Operating Temperatures
    • Operating temperature 0°-45° C (32°-113° F)
    • Storage temperature -20°-70° C (-4°-158° F)
    • Operation 90% Maximum Relative, Storage 95% Maximum Relative
    Electrical Specifications
    • 100-240V, AC/50-60Hz, Universal Input, DC 5V/8A (internal power supply)
    Dimensions (W x H x D) cm
    • 26.1 x 4.3 x 44
    Dimensions (W x H x D) in
    • 10.3 x 1.7 x 17.3
    Weight kb/lb
    • 2.912/6.4
    System Requirements
    • Internet Explorer® 5.0 or higher or Mozilla Firefox® 1.0 or higher
    Package Contents
    • 20-AP Wireless Controller (WC7520), Ethernet cable, power cord, installation guide, resource CD
    Ordering Information – Controller
    • North America: WC7520-100NAS
    • Europe: WC7520-100EUS
    • Asia: WC7520-100AUS
    Ordering Information – Licenses
    • Incremental 10-AP License Upgrade: WC7510L-10000S
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