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Campus Wireless LAN

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This guide covers the following areas of technology and products: • Onsite, remote-site, and guest wireless LAN controllers
• Integration of 802.11ac using the Cisco AireOS wireless LAN controllers
• Integration of 802.11ac using the Cisco 5700 Series Wireless LAN controller
• 802.11ac channel planning, channel bonding and RF-based best practices
• Internet edge firewalls and demilitarized zone (DMZ) switching
• Campus routing, switching, multicast and QoS
• High availability wireless using HA stateful switchover (HA SSO) • Management of user authentication and policy using Cisco Identity Services Engine
• Cisco ISE integration with Microsoft Active Directory
• Integration of the above with the LAN and data center switching and Virtual Switching System (VSS)-based infrastructure
• Guest account authentication web portals using Cisco AireOS wireless LAN controllers
• Guest account sponsor portals using Cisco ISE with AireOS and IOS-XE 5760 Controller

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Published:  Dec 24, 2015
Length:  293
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
cisco, campus, wireless, lan, technology guide