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  • H3C WLAN Product Training

    APR Nico Wang2010 May

  • Contents

    H3C WLAN Product Introduction

    Key Technical Features

    H3C UMN Solutions and Advantages

    Annex: Product Details

  • H3C Wireless Product Series

    AC

    WX5002

    WX6103 S7500E Blade

    WX3024

    FIT/FAT AP WA2110-AG

    WA2210-AGWA2220-AG

    WA2210X-GWA2220X-AG

    WA2620E-AGN

    WA2610E-AGN

    WX5004

    WX3010 WX3008

    58(small)58(big)

    S9500E Blade

    WA 2620-AGN

    WA2612-AGN

  • H3C AC Products PositionProduct Model Maximum APs Positioning

    H3C WX3008 8 Unified Switch, For SOHO & small-sized enterprise networks

    H3C WX3010 24 Unified Switch, For SOHO & small-sized enterprise networks

    H3C WX3024 48 Unified Switch, For SOHO & small-sized enterprise networks

    H3C WX5002-64 64 For medium and small-sized enterprise networks and medium and small-scale hotspot coverage

    H3C WX5004-256 256 For medium enterprise networks and hotspot coverage

    H3C S5800 64AP wireless blade module

    64 For medium and small-sized enterprise networks and medium and small-scale hotspot coverage

    H3C S5800 256AP wireless blade module

    256 For medium enterprise networks and hotspot coverage

    H3C WX6103 640 For large enterprise network, WLAN access to MANs, wireless MAN coverage, and hotspot coverage

    H3C LSQM1WCMB0 640 For S7500E chassis switch

    H3C LSRM1WCM2A1 640 For S9500E chassis switch.

    11n, SMB marketUnified Switch

    Enterprise Main Product Unique

  • H3C AP Products Position

    Product Model AP Type PositioningH3C WA2110-AG FIT AP Indoor model (single radio)

    For small radius indoor areas and normal environment

    H3C WA2210-AG FIT/FAT AP Indoor model (single radio)For small radius indoor areas and normal environment

    H3C WA2220-AG FIT/FAT AP Indoor model (double radios)For small radius indoor areas and normal environment

    H3C WA2210X-G FIT/FAT AP Outdoor model (single radio)For outdoor harsh environments

    H3C WA2220X-AG FIT/FAT AP Outdoor model (double radios)For outdoor harsh environments

    H3C WA2610E-AGN

    FIT/FAT AP Enhanced 11n model (single radio)For harsh environments, like warehouse, factory workshop, etc.

    H3C WA2620E-AGN

    FIT/FAT AP Enhanced 11n model (double radios)For harsh environments like warehouse, factory workshop, etc.

    H3C WA2612-AGN FIT/FAT AP Indoor 11n model (single radio)

    H3C WA2620-AGN FIT/FAT AP Indoor 11n model (double radios)

    11n indoor APNew Product

    Low-cost11 a/b/g

  • Both unified wired and wireless solution. (Cisco alternative; Aruba can notprovide such kind of unified solution).

    Can provide FIT/FAT AP solution. (Aruba only has FIT AP solution).

    WX3000 series unified switch with 10Gigabit uplink and PoE+ capability.(HP/Aruba can not provide such kind of unified switch).

    Unified management for wired and wireless products. (Cisco uses twoNMS to manage wired [Ciscoworks] and wireless WCS] products).

    Big scale and high-performance stand-alone AC: WX6103. (Cisco can notprovide such kind of access controller).

    Big scale and high-performance AC blade for high-end switches. (Arubacannot provide such kind of access controller).

    H3C WLAN Products Selling Points

  • Item FAT AP 3Com WX(Trapeze)

    3Com WX 3000 H3C WX 3000/5000/SecBlade

    3Com AP 7760 Yes No Yes, need switch to FIT Yes, need switch to FIT

    3Com AP 8760 Yes Yes, need switch to FIT Yes, need switch to FIT Yes, need switch to FIT

    3Com AP 9152 Yes No Yes, need switch to FIT Yes, need switch to FIT

    3Com AP 9552 Yes No Yes, need switch to FIT Yes, need switch to FIT

    3Com AP 2750 No Yes No No

    3Com AP 3150 No Yes No No

    3Com AP 3750 No Yes No No

    3Com AP 3850 No Yes No No

    3Com AP 3950 No Yes No No

    H3C WA 2110 No No Yes Yes

    H3C WA 2220 No No Yes Yes

    H3C WA 2620 No No Yes Yes

    H3C WA 2610E No No Yes Yes

    H3C WA 2620E No No Yes Yes

    3Com/H3C Wireless AC Compatible List

  • Contents

    H3C WLAN Product Introduction

    Key Technical Features

    H3C UMN Solutions and Advantages

    Annex: Product Details

  • Wireless Transmission Between AP and AC

    802.11 data

    CAPWAP Tunnel

    802.11 data 802.11 data 802.11 data

    Wireless Client AP AC

    802.3 data

    User data is transferred via CAPWAP tunnel between AP and AC.

    AC is the bridge between wireless and wired communications. Incentralized control mode, all the wireless and wired packets exchangingmust be forwarded by AC.

    IP Network LAN

  • FIT APDHCPServer

    AC

    IP addressDNS ServerDomain name

    AC receives discovery request

    AP firmware downloading

    AP configuration downloading

    User data transferring

    1. AP gets IP address, DNS server and domain name from DHCP server.

    2. AP sends discovery request message to AC.

    3. If there is no response after the AP tries several times: The AP will get the IP address of

    H3C.xxxx.xxx (xxxx.xxx is the domain name that AP learns from the DHCP server) and sends discovery request message to this IP address.

    4. After receiving the discovery request message, the AC will check if the AP has the authority to join it, if Yes, the AC will respond with discovery response message and validate the AP in.

    5. AP downloads the latest firmware from AC.

    6. AP downloads the latest configurations from AC.

    7. Last, the AP begins to work and exchange user data with AC.

    If no response

    DNSServer

    Get the AC IP address from DNS server

    AC receives discovery request

    AC responds with discovery response

    Management Initiation of AC to FIT AP

  • Forwarding Modes of FIT AP

    All AP traffic must pass through AC.

    Delicacy management

    The AC will be overloaded if there is too much 11n traffic.

    Centralized Forwarding

    Offered load increases with 802.11n

    XOffered load exceeds

    controller capacity

    Local Forwarding

    The AP traffic does not pass through AC.

    No delicacy management.

    Can forward large-capacity 11n traffic without bottleneck from AC.

    Any Smart MobileIntelligent WLAN controller

    Offered load increases with 802.11n

  • Flexible Switching Between FAT/FIT

    FAT AP

    FIT AP

    AC

    FAT AP deployed in small network scale no controllers required

    FIT AP deployed in large network scale Centralized management by controllers Zero configuration Plug and Play

    All H3C access points (except WA2110-AG), support both FAT and FIT modes.

    Just one Command Line Change WLAN Deployment

  • H3C RRM

    Collection Analysis

    Implementation Decision

    C

    A B

    D

    A: The AP collects the RF information in real time and reports it to AC periodically;B: The AC analyze the data collected from APs;C: The AC make a global plan of each AP about transmitting power, channel, etc.D: The AP implement the optimized RF configurations from AC

    RRM: Radio Recourse Management

  • FIT AP Channel Auto Selection

    BSS4

    BSS1BSS

    2

    BSS5

    BSS 3 BSS 3

    BSS 5

    BSS 1

    BSS 2

    BSS 4

    CHANNEL1

    CHANNEL6

    CHANNEL11

    Before adjustment After adjustment

    Basic Points Key APs in the network will get best channels first; Avoid to use the channels interfered by radar; Statistics of channel status, including channel utilization, interference, etc. Avoid Co-channel interference; Avoid the channel interference of other networks APs.

  • Auto Adjustment of FIT AP FR PowerBasic principles To ensure reasonable signal coverage. Too large coverage will influence the networkthroughput and performance. To ensure certain signal overlapping, to avoid coverage black hole. The AC will adjust the AP power one by one to make every AP provide enough signals to gettotal coverage of the network. The AC supports to recover the signal coverage black hole in case some of the APs be offline.(see below example)

    Before adjustment After adjustment

  • Intelligent Load Balance

    AP1 AP2

    Rejection of association

    Acceptation of association

    Load balancing mechanism

    AP1 AP2

    H3C intelligent load balancing technique

    Overlapped area for load balancing

    Non-overlapped areas

    The AC can make user load balancing among

    the APs

    Load balancing can be based on accessed

    user number, or AP traffic

    If the AP traffic has passed its threshold, the

    AC will reject any new access user and

    calculate automatically to find a neighbored

    AP to permit the user access

    The H3C load balancing technique will be

    effective only for the wireless users in the

    overlapped area to avoid false load balancing

    in non-overlapped areas.

  • H3C WLAN Reliability

    1+1

    (1) To ensure non-stop service for wireless users in case of single point failure.

    (2) The backup of AP and user data is required.(3) Fast failure detection and fast switching are required(4) Support hot backup of plain text or certificate

    authentication users.

    N+1(1) One AC will provide backup for multiple ACs to

    save network construction cost.(2) If the master AC recovers, the backup AC should

    be switched back to the master AC.(3) Support maximum 4+1 AC backup

    N+N(1) N ACs provide backup for another N ACs.(2) Support both redundant backup and load

    balancing.

  • Master AC Backup AC

    Access Network

    AP

    Heartbeat detection

    Master CAPWAP Tunnel

    Backup CAPWAP Tunnel

    The backup AC will notify the AP to switch its backup CAPWAP tunnel as master.

    The backup AC can detect the master AC which is shutdown immediately (For WX6100 in 100ms ; for WX5004 in 300ms) and implement the switch operation.In the 1+1 fast backup mode, the backup AC will not provide user access services.

    If master AC is

    shutdown

    User data flow

    User data flowAggregation switch

    1+1 AC Fast Backup Only supported by WX6100 and WX5004

  • AP

    AC1 AC2 ACN

    In N+1 AC backup mode, there are N normal ACs which provide WLAN services to the APs, and another AC as backup.

    The backup AC will be activated only in case that one of the N normal ACs is shutdown. Furthermore, the backup AC will be switched to the normal AC after the normal AC is

    recovered.

    N+1 AC BackupBackup AC

    .

  • The AP can select the AC with high priority.The AP can select the AC with low load when AC priority is the same.The AP will select the backup AC when its associating AC is shutdown.For N+N backup, the total AP quantity should be less than the AP quantity that N-1 ACs can support.

    N+N AC Backup

    AC Lists:AC1AC2ACn+1

    AP

    DHCP/DNSserver

    AC1

    AC2

    ACn+1

    1Obtain AC lists

    2Obtain the load information and access priority of AC13initialize connection with AC1

    AC Lists:AC1 PRIH20 APs connectedAC2 PRIH30 APs connectedACn+1 PRIL40 APs connected

    AC Lists:AC1 PRIH 20 APs connectedAC2 PRIH 30 APs connectedACn+1 PRIL 40 APs connected

  • Unified Switch Integrated AAA Server

    Have to purchase AAA server which will increase the TCO

    Before Now

    The purchased server may not keep up with the diverse and updating wireless authentication ways

    Probable interoperability problem between the AAA server and the wireless devices.

    The configuration of AAA server may be a great challenge to part-time IT staff

    AC integrated with AAA server

    User Database

    Identity Authentication

    Dynamic Authorization

    Supported authentication ways802.1x: EAP-TLS/PEAP/MD5MAC authentication

  • Unified Switch Integrated Portal Server

    Local portal authentication: An easy way of wireless authentication

    Tailored portal page

    No need to purchase extra portal server

    Different portal pages based on different SSID

    HTTPs supported to provide secure access

  • internetUser Bandwidth AuthorizationData user 2M Internet access

    Voice

    user

    64K Voice network

    APAP

    AC

    1, User launches authentication

    AAA server

    2, Authorization allocation

    3, Authentication configuration

    User Bandwidth Authorization

    Data user 2M Internet access

    Voice user 64K Voice network

    4Data user bandwidth:2M

    3, Authorization configuration

    4, Voice user bandwidth 64K

    1, User launches authentication

    User-based Authorization and Bandwidth Control

    Voice Network

  • Internet

    AP AP

    AC

    AAA server Corporate internal network

    Guest VLAN - Guest Access Service

    User Authorization

    Guest Internet access

    Employee Corporate internal network

    Guest Employee

    If user authentication fails, he can be authorized as guest to access limited network resources.

  • ACLDAP server

    User information interaction

    Authentication Compatible with and LDAP Server

    Wired network

    Portal authentication

    Supported LDAPMicrosoft Active DirectorySUN ONE DirectoryIBM Tivoli Directory

    APAP

  • Avg.Bandwith

    0.0

    5.0

    10.0

    15.0

    20.0

    25.0

    30.0

    35.0

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

    Users

    Band

    with

    AP can adjust the bandwidth automatically to ensure user average bandwidth dynamically

    Two working modesUser-number based access bandwidth limitationUser based access bandwidth limitation

    Advantage: Avoid P2P applications to waste unnecessary bandwidth resource

    Intelligent Bandwidth Limitation

  • Contents

    H3C WLAN Product Introduction

    Key Technical Features

    H3C UMN Solutions and Advantages

    Annex: Product Details

  • H3C UMN Solution

    The H3C UMN Solution can provide real unification between wired

    and wireless networks and its key advantages are as follows:

    Unified Network

    Unified Management

    Unified Security

    UMN: Unified Mobile Network

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    Unified Wired/Wireless Integration

    Today, WLAN is critical to network infrastructure Mobility solutions evolving from point products

    to integrated solutions over time Integrated Wired & WLAN extends functionality

    and flexibility WLAN support integrated into core networking

    platform and branch switches

    Core networking services extended to wireless

    Seamless end-to-end user policy and security

    Unified Networking yields increased Value Reduces cost of acquisition

    Increases operational efficiency, lowers OPEX

    Wired/WLAN Convergence Evolution

    WLAN Overlay

    Separate Wired and Wireless LANs

    Multiple network management platforms

    Functionality & Flexibility

    Valu

    e

    Unified Networking

    Integrated Switching, Routing, Voice, Security, WLAN + More

    Truly integrated network management

    Past

    Present

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    Unified Platform Integration Integrated Wired and WLAN Hardware

    Unified Switches integrate wired and WLAN functionality for branch

    WLAN Controller modules integrate into chassis backplane, network fabric

    Results: Lower CAPEX, improved reliability and scalability

    Common, Unified OS: ComWareTM

    Simplifies deployment and management Reduces staff training requirements Modular architecture enhance and enable

    feature set w/o wholesale changes Results: Lower OPEX and faster time to market

    Integrated Solution extends Wired/WLAN functionality WLAN support integrated into core networking

    platform and branch switches Core networking services extended to wireless Seamless end-to-end user policy and security

    WX5002

    S7500E Module

    WX5004

    S9500E Module

    WLAN Controllers

    WLAN Controller Modules

    S5800 Module

    WX3024

    WX3010

    Unified Switches

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    Unified Network Management - IMC

    WLAN Overlay complexity leads to Poor network reliability Reduced network performance Susceptibility to security breaches

    Wired and Wireless LAN must be managed as an integrated system

    IMC Unified Management critical to integrating wired and wireless Enables the IT Mgr to Provision, monitor, configure WLAN

    and Wired LAN from single screen, in consistent manner Unified Network Management extends network utility

  • Unified Policy and SecurityUser Policy may be configured and maintained across wired and wireless networkUnified Security binds together wired and wireless security for most comprehensive security solution Unified Network Management and Software simplifies configuration and maintenance

    Endpoint Admission Defense

    AuthenticationACLVLANsWIDS

    End-to-End Unified Security: Defense in Depth

    WPA2

    IPSAPWireless

    Controller

    Intrusion Prevention

    WIPS

    VPN, FirewallNetwork

    Management

    VPNFirewall

    Access Mgmt ControlService MgmtBillingTopology Alarm Mgt

  • Future-proof IPv6 Evolution

    IPv6 island

    IPv6 island

    IPv6 island

    Protocol conversion

    IPv4 Internet

    IPv6 Internet

    IPv4 island

    IPv4 island

    IPv4 Internet

    IPv6 island

    IPv6 island

    IPv6 Internet

    Three phases of IPv6 deployment: IPv6 leader

    The backbone of Internet is IPv6 and IPv4islands connect to each other through anIPv4 over IPv6 tunnel.

    Coexistence of IPv6 and IPv4

    The scale of IPv6 applications expands andIPv6 backbone emerges. IPv4 services stillexist. The intercommunication between IPv6and IPv4 needs protocol conversion.

    Early phase

    IPv4 takes the lead and IPv6 islandsconnect to each other through an IPv6 overIPv4 tunnel .

    Notes: All H3C WLAN products (except WX3000 series) support IPv4/IPv6 dual stack.

  • Contents

    H3C WLAN Product Introduction

    Key Technical Features

    H3C UMN Solutions and Advantages

    Annex: Product Details

  • WA2110-AG

    100 Mbps POE

    Control portPower jack

    Indoor FIT AP

    Supports single radio and multiple

    modes.

    Supports IEEE802.11a or

    IEEE802.11b/IEEE802.11g.

    Supports the virtual AP feature

    realized with multiple SSIDs.

    Supports encryption algorithms

    such as WEP, TKIP, and AES.

    Supports IPv6 networks.

  • WA2210-AG

    100 Mbps POE

    Control port

    Power jack

    Indoor FIT/FAT APSupports single radio and multiple modes.

    Supports IEEE802.11a or IEEE802.11b/IEEE802.11g.

    Supports the virtual AP feature realized with multiple SSIDs.

    Supports encryption algorithms such as WEP, TKIP, and AES.

    Supports IPv6 networks.

  • WA2220-AG

    100 Mbps POE

    Control port

    Power jack

    Indoor FIT/FAT APSupports double radios and multiple modes.

    Supports IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, and IEEE802.11g.

    Supports the virtual AP feature realized with multiple SSIDs.

    Supports encryption algorithms such as WEP, TKIP, and AES.

    Supports IPv6 networks.

  • WA2210X-G

    Outdoor FIT/FAT APSupports single radio and multiple modes.

    Environment temperature requirement: -40 to 65

    Outdoor chassis is not required.

    Supports IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g.

    Supports the 100 Mbps optical and electrical uplink port.

    Supports IPv6 networks.

    100BASE-FX 10/100BASE-TX

    Antenna & Feed line Port

    Ground Console

  • WA2220X-AG

    Outdoor FIT/FAT APSupports double radios and multiple modes.

    Environment temperature requirement: -40 to 65Outdoor chassis is not required.

    Supports IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b,and IEEE802.11g.

    Supports the 100 Mbps optical and

    electrical uplink port. Supports IPv6 networks.

    100BASE-FX 10/100BASE-TX

    Antenna & Feed line Port 1

    Ground Console

    Antenna & Feed line Port 2

  • WA2612-AGN

    Indoor FIT/FAT 11n APSupports single radio and multiple modes.

    Environment temperature requirement: -10 to 55.

    Supports IEEE802.11AN, or IEEE802.11GN.

    Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps

    electrical Ethernet uplink port. Supports IPv6 networks.

    802.3af (PoE) supported.

  • WA2620-AGN

    Indoor FIT/FAT 11n APSupports dual radios and multiple modes.

    Work environment temperature requirement: -10 to 55.

    Supports IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, IEEE802.11g, and IEEE802.11n.

    Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps

    electrical Ethernet uplink port. Supports IPv6 networks.

    802.3af (PoE) supported.

    Console

    Six built-in dual-band antennas and three RSMA interfaces

  • WA2610E-AGN

    Enhanced FIT/FAT 11n APSupports single radio and multiple modes.

    Environment temperature requirement: -10 to 55

    Supports IEEE802.11AN, or IEEE802.11GN.

    Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps

    electrical Ethernet uplink port. Supports IPv6 networks.

    DC power consumption: 13W.

    802.3af (PoE) supported.DC Input GE Uplink Console

  • WA2620E-AGN

    Enhanced FIT/FAT 11n APSupports dual radios and multiple modes.

    Work environment temperature requirement: -10 to 55

    Supports IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, IEEE802.11g, and IEEE802.11n.

    Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps

    electrical Ethernet uplink port. Supports IPv6 networks.

    DC power consumption: 16W.

    802.3at (PoE+) supported.DC Input GE Uplink Console

  • Unified Switch-WX3008

    Controller

    Integrated Access Controller, 8AP supported

    802.11n supported, 4 port PoE/POE+ power supply

    8 10/100/1000 switch

    Software Feature : The same as WX3024

    Console

  • Unified Switch-WX3010

    Controller

    Integrated Access Controller, License step: 12 24 AP supported at maximum

    802.11n supported, 8 port POE+ power supply

    8 10/100/1000 switch

    2 1000M SFP Console

    Software Feature : The same as WX3024

  • Unified Switch-WX3024

    Controller

    Integrated Access Controller, 48 AP supported at maximum

    Embedded WEB, Radius Server, Portal Server and DHCP Server

    802.11n supported, 24 port POE+ power supply

    24 10/100/1000 switch

    4 SFP combo

    10GE Uplink

  • Wireless Controller-WX5002

    IPV6

    Independent desktop wireless controllers

    WX5002-64

    Output ports

    2x1000BASE-T ports combo SFP

    1xconsole port

    1x10/100 Base-TX with external management port

    Power supply

    1+1 redundant AC power supply

    Performance

    Switching capacity: 4Gbps

    Number of managed APs: 64

  • Wireless Controller-WX5004

    IPV6

    Independent desktop wireless controllers

    WX5004-256

    Output ports

    4x1000BASE-T ports combo SFP

    1xconsole port

    1x10/100 Base-TX with external management port

    Power supply

    1+1 redundant AC power supply

    Performance

    Switching capacity: 8Gbps

    Max Number of managed APs: 256

    Default 64, License step 32

  • S5800 Wireless Blade Module (64AP)

    IPV6

    64AP wireless blade module for S5800 series switch:

    LSWM1WCM20

    No output port

    Performance

    Switching capacity: 4Gbps

    Number of managed APs: 64

    Dimensions (LWH):22116636.6 (mm)

    Access Controller Switch model

    LSWM1WCM20

    S5800-60C-PWRS5800-32CS5800-56CS5800-32C-PWRS5800-56C-PWRS5800-32F

  • S5800 Wireless Blade Module (256AP)

    IPV6

    256AP wireless blade module for S5800 series switch:

    LSWM1WCM10

    No output port

    Performance

    Switching capacity: 10Gbps

    Number of managed APs: 256

    Dimensions (LWH): 23022030 (mm)

    Access Controller Switch model

    LSWM1WCM10 S5800-60C-PWRS5820X-28C

  • Chassis Wireless Controller-WX6100

    IPv6

    Wireless controller chassis for both cable and wireless networks

    Output ports

    High density GE port24GE(4 Combo

    First wireless controller that supports 10GE ports in the industry

    Performance

    Switching capacity: 48Gbps

    Number of managed APs: 640

    Number of managed APs of two main controllers: 1280

    Reliability

    Two main controllers with 1+1 redundant power supply

  • Wireless Controller Blades

    LSQM1WCMB0

    S7500E

    The performance of the S7500E/S9500E wireless controller module is the same as that of the WX6100.

    LSRM1WCM2A1

    S9500E

  • Unified Management

    RogueDevice Detection

    Terminal Roaming Records

    RF Management

    Abundant reports

    Multiple different network resources

    WSM Five Highlights

    Highlights of iMC WSM management

  • Wire-Wireless Unified Management

    Wireless switch

    FAT AP

    FIT AP

    Terminal

    Wireless Terminal

    AC

    Wire-Wireless Unified Management

    Unified Performance Monitor

    UnifiedAlarm Mgt

    Unifiedconfiguration

    UnifiedSoftware upgrade

  • Recording the following terminal information: IP addresstunnelSSIDbelonged ACbelonged APused Radio,etc.

    Recording complete terminal information when accessing wireless networktimebelonged ACbelonged APused RadioIP address, etc.

    Comprehensive terminal roaming informationMulti-way to locate terminal positionBackdating conveniently

    Terminal Roaming Records Tracking

  • Adding the rogue devices into black list and launching attack

    iMC Rogue device and terminal topology>> Showing intruded rogue device information and attacking status

  • Step 2AP layout

    Step 1Input engineering base map

  • iMC Self-Defined Report Interface>>

    Supported self-definitionreport formgenerating timereport format (PDF\HTML\Excel\TXT)sending objectsending way (Email\FTP), etc.

    Self-Defined Reports

  • Q&A

    H3C WLAN Product TrainingContentsSlide Number 3H3C AC Products Position H3C AP Products PositionSlide Number 6Slide Number 7ContentsWireless Transmission Between AP and AC Slide Number 10Forwarding Modes of FIT APSlide Number 12H3C RRMFIT AP Channel Auto SelectionAuto Adjustment of FIT AP FR PowerIntelligent Load BalanceH3C WLAN ReliabilitySlide Number 18Slide Number 19Slide Number 20Slide Number 21Slide Number 22Slide Number 23Slide Number 24Slide Number 25Slide Number 26ContentsSlide Number 28Unified Wired/Wireless IntegrationUnified Platform IntegrationUnified Network Management - IMCUnified Policy and SecurityFuture-proof IPv6 Evolution ContentsWA2110-AGWA2210-AGWA2220-AGWA2210X-GWA2220X-AGWA2612-AGNWA2620-AGNWA2610E-AGNWA2620E-AGNUnified Switch-WX3008Unified Switch-WX3010Unified Switch-WX3024Slide Number 47Slide Number 48Slide Number 49Slide Number 50Slide Number 51Wireless Controller BladesSlide Number 53Wire-Wireless Unified ManagementSlide Number 55Slide Number 56Slide Number 57Slide Number 58Slide Number 59