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  • 1 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION Cisco Wireless Overview Covering Ciscos Wireless LAN Strategy and Airespace Acquisition August 9, 2005 Michael Glew
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  • 222 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Table of Contents WLANs: Where have we come from Where are we going? Technology Review Product Positioning Futures Access Anywhere
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  • 333 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Our Market: The Wireless Enterprise From wireless extension cord to embedded capability 2007 Voice/DataReal-timeVideo Business Critical Applications 2003 Niche Applications
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  • 444 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Our Market Drivers Enterprise users are clamoring for wireless Networking Intel is marketing Wireless Networking on every street corner and building WIFI into every device And enterprises are not ready
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  • 555 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Worldwide Wireless LAN Market Forecast
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  • 666 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Top Technology Initiative According to Gartner Dataquests latest annual survey of manufacturers : Wireless infrastructure technology is the 2 nd most important technology investment AND wireless applications are the 3 rd most important application investment for US Manufacturers Interestingly, wireless technology and applications did not make the list of top 5 priorities last year (i.e 2003) Wireless has made the leap from being a discretionary, cool technology TO being a technology delivering business performance and enterprise benefits Source Gartner Dataquest October 2004
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  • 777 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Is the WLAN network ready? Feedback from customers We cant hire any additional staff for our Wireless LAN Major Sports Complex Our wireless network can support email, but we would not use it for business critical applications Major Medical Center I dont trust my wireless network because I have no idea what is happening within it - Major Investment Banking firm We dont think our wireless network can support the addition of voice - Aerospace Mfg. Ive got 30 buildings with WLANs that I cannot troubleshoot to save my life - Fortune 50 Company When the network goes down, we lose money Regional Stock Exchange
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  • 888 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Security - Protect sensitive corporate data Make it hard to get in be aware of attacks that are occuring Management and Scalability - Grow to thousands of APs Visibility and Control of RF coverage Self-Healing WLAN Consistent performance under load Reliable wireless experience Support L3 mobility for real-time applications, such as voice Reliability - AP/controller resiliency Requirements for a Business-Critical Network
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  • 999 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. March 23rd, Cisco Acquired Airespace Great News for Wireless Customers! Cisco Aironet Customers Good News! The Leader in Wireless LANs will continue to Support and Enhance these Integrated WLAN Systems, providing exemplary Investment Protection. Buy with confidence from the market leader. Cisco Airespace Customers Good News! The Innovative, Award-winning products, which have captured the interest of Enterprise customers, will be integrated into high-speed switches and routers. Buy with confidence from the market leader. Cisco Router & Switching Customers Good News! The acquisition has accelerated Ciscos strategy of Integrating Wireless technology into the Network. Buy with confidence from the market leader.
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  • 10 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Airespace The Enterprise Wireless Systems Company A long history building wireless networks Strong wireline background Industry Thought Leadership Architect of original 802.11 standard and LWAPP specification Active leadership in IEEE, IETF, and Wi-Fi alliance Weekly Network World Fusion Wireless Wizards column Authored dozens of security specifications (AAA, DIAMETER, etc) Most downloaded 802.11 book The IEEE 802.11 Handbook: A Designers Companion by Bob OHara
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  • 11 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. The most rewarded Enterprise WLAN products Wi-Fi Product of the Year Gold Award Enterprise Wi-Fi Systems Recommand
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  • 12 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless LAN Product Portfolio Two Solutions Today Merging into a Single Solution Cisco Compatible Extensions Client Devices Cisco 2000 WLAN Controller Cisco 4100 WLAN Controller Catalyst 6500 Series WLSM Control Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS) CiscoWorks WLSE Management CiscoWorks WLSE Express Cisco 1100, 1130, 1200, 1230, 1300 Access Points Today Autonomous Future - Hybrid Access Cisco 1000 Access Point Today/Future Lightweight (LWAPP) Lightweight Solution Distributed Solution Applications REQUIRED OPTIONAL SUGGESTED (Large Deployments)
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  • 13 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Integrated and Unified Security (AAA, Firewall, IDS/IPS, etc) Exploding number of Wi-Fi Clients (dual-mode PCS Phones, Video PDAs) Higher-capacity, higher-density WLANs (Pico Cells) Unified wired+wireless support for applications (Voice/Video, Location, AAA) Extending networking outdoors (mesh, outdoor AP, etc.) Enterprise scalability and reliability Integrated and Unified Security (AAA, Firewall, IDS/IPS, etc) Exploding number of Wi-Fi Clients (dual-mode PCS Phones, Video PDAs) Higher-capacity, higher-density WLANs (Pico Cells) Unified wired+wireless support for applications (Voice/Video, Location, AAA) Extending networking outdoors (mesh, outdoor AP, etc.) Enterprise scalability and reliability Centralized Management and Control Layer 2/3 Mobility Wireless IDS/IPS Hierarchical approach for scalability Location aware, voice support Centralized Management and Control Layer 2/3 Mobility Wireless IDS/IPS Hierarchical approach for scalability Location aware, voice support Ciscos Wireless Technology Vision Best in class range and throughput Simple to deploy and manage Enterprise-class Security Capital Efficiency Best in class range and throughput Simple to deploy and manage Enterprise-class Security Capital Efficiency Wireless Connectivity Wired+Wireless Integration Centralized WLAN Systems
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  • 14 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. The Cisco Wireless LAN Strategy Ciscos I 3 Enables the Secure, Mobile, Interactive Workplace Innovation Investment Protection Integration
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  • 15 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. The Cisco Wireless LAN Strategy: Innovation, Integration, Investment Protection Ease-of-use Zero touch provisioning Self configuring; Self-healing; Self-optimizing RF performance with best AP range and throughput Industry-leading security: IDS/IPS Voice, QoS, Seamless L2/L3 mobility Integrated high-resolution location Extending network outdoors Innovation Investment Protection HW/SW migration paths for both Aironet (incl. WLSM) and Airespace customers Specialized Bundles and Pricing TMP Programs and Upgrade Kits Integrated hardware for industrys best performance and scale Flexible deployments from a single AP to the worlds largest WLAN networks Efficiency/TCO Combine wired investment with best-of-breed wireless From Clients to Cisco Compatible Extensions to AP to the Switch/Router Unified Security Policies and Tools: NAC, IDS/IPS, Authentication, ACLs, Firewall/Filtering... Integration
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  • 16 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Airespace Acquisition New Cisco Wireless Products 16
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  • 17 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Centralized WLAN Solution Architecture Lightweight Access Points Security Policies QoS Policies RF Management Mobility Management Remote RF interface MAC Layer Encryption Air monitoring LWAPP Switch/Routed Network Cisco WLAN Controller Cisco WCS SNMP v3 Cisco Wireless Location Appliance IE Web browser
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  • 18 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 1000 Series Lightweight Access Points Key Features & Benefits Lightweight AP Solution 802.11a/b/g Standards-based LWAPP (CAPWAP) Zero-touch configuration and centralized management Simultaneous air monitoring and data service Real-time RF management Cost effective location and wireless IPS Internal and external antenna options Support for 16 SSIDs Enterprise-class security policies, WPA/802.11i WPA2 QoS, L2/L3 roaming, 802.3af PoE With integrated antennas, FCC configuration - $599 With integrated antenna and RP- TNC, FCC configuration - $799 Remote Edge AP w/integrated antenna and RP-TNC, FCC configuration - $899
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  • 19 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco 2000, 4100, 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controllers Key Features & Benefits Lightweight AP Solution Enterprise scalability Integrated Radio Resource Management (RRM) Zero-configuration deployment Multi-layered security Rogue access point detection, location, and containment Mobility management Enterprise reliability Intuitive management interfaces 2000 Series for up to six 1000 Series APs - $3,250 4100 Series for up to twelve 1000 Series APs - $9,995 4100 Series for up to twenty-four 1000 Series APs - $14,395 4100 Series for up to thirty-six 1000 Series APs - $17,495 June 05 100 APs $34,995 4400 Series
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  • 20 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS) Key Features & Benefits Lightweight AP Solution Intuitive GUI for easy configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting Hierarchical maps for quick access to information and network visibility WLAN planning and deployment tools Integrated location tracking for asset protection and security Policy management enforcement Complete wireless intrusion protection Simple, hands-off software upgrades Robust APIs for integration with external software systems Cisco WCS Base v1.0 up to 50 1000 Series APs WinXP/2k or Linux - $3,995 Cisco WCS w/ Location v1.0 up to 50 1000 Series APs WinXP/2k or Linux - $5,995 Other configurations available Please see price list
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  • 21 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Real-Time RF Management RF channel 6 RF channel 1 Dynamic Channel Assignment Dynamic Power Optimization RF channel 11 Avoid interference/Improve performance Reduce hands on WLAN mgmt Eliminate coverage holes Optimize coverage area
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  • 22 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. No Single Point of Failure AP Redundancy Cisco WLAN Controller Cisco Access Point Ethernet Switch
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  • 23 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Solving Performance & Capacity problems in high density areas (e.g. conference rooms, cafeteria) Better Network Performance Dynamic Load Sharing 23
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  • 24 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Solving Performance & Capacity problems in high density areas (e.g. conference rooms, cafeteria) Better Network Performance Dynamic Load Sharing 24
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  • 25 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Solving Performance & Capacity problems in high density areas (e.g. conference rooms, cafeteria) Better Network Performance Dynamic Load Sharing 25
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  • 26 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Seamless Mobility Controller uses RADIUS server to determine users Identity. This information is used for QoS and security policies. User traffic is carried to controller via LWAPP User: maria Group: Marketing ACL: Corp_1 QoS: Gold Switch/Routed Network Single SSID
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  • 27 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Single SSID Anchor Foreign User: maria Group: Marketing ACL: Corp_1 QoS: Gold Controller clustering enables context information to follow users as they roam Seamless Mobility Switch/Routed Network
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  • 28 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Wireless Intrusion Protection Detect common RF-related attacks Netstumbler, wellenreiter, void11, FakeAP, address spoofing, DoS, etc. Customizable attack signatures Real-time 24x7 monitoring and alarming Rogue AP detection, location, and containment Identify known (i.e. trusted) rogues Create client exclusion lists
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  • 29 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Location Tracking RF fingerprinting for highly accurate device tracking No additional devices required for air monitoring Cisco WCS with location tracks a single device (on demand) - Client, tag, rogue AP, rogue client Integrates with Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
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  • 30 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Wireless Location Appliance Industrys 1st Integrated Location Solution Real-time Location Services Advanced RF Fingerprinting High accuracy location resolution within a few meters Granular rogue detection Simultaneous real-time tracking of thousands of devices API Third Party Applications RF capacity management and historical location trending Intuitive management through Cisco WCS GUI Cisco 2700 Series Wireless Location Appliance
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  • 31 CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. A Single Integrated WLAN System Security Management RF Management (planning tools) Capacity Management Mobility/VPN AP IDS Sensor Location Tracking Cisco WLAN Controller Cisco AP Switch/Routed Network Cisco WCS...

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