Mobility Solutions and Evolving Trends

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Description: Understanding of Mobility Solutions and Capabilities for DoD and How They Can Meet Mission Requirements, Wireless Technology Update, Update on Cisco’s Mobility Portfolio and DoD Certifications. User Connectivity Independent of Network Platform but with Consistent Security Policy, Identity, and Authentication. Mobile Location Tracking Options: RFID Tags, Wireless Intrusion Prevention and Detection, Location-Aware Security, Working Smarter Through Mobility are discussed.

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Contents:
Cisco Mobility Update
Strengthening the Mission Through Mobility Solutions
Enhance, Extend & Enforce the New Edge

Tim St. Laurent, CISM, CISSP tim.stlaurent@cisco.com tim stlaurent@cisco com W) 703.484.0097
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Takeaways for Today
Understanding of Mobility Solutions and Capabilities for DoD and How They Can Meet Mission Requirements Wireless Technology Update Update on Cisco's Mobility Portfolio and DoD Certifications

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Mobility in DoD
"I have a big push right now to p gp g provide mobile capability to our p y soldiers...This capability is based on smart phone technology, enabling users to wirelessly access their AKO/DKO accounts...Go Mobile truly gives our soldiers the ability to take their office with them wherever they go." Gary Winkler, Program Executive Officer, Army PEO-IS G i i Offi A O S Interview with Defense Systems

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Is Mobility Mission Critical?
Business applications have gone mobile Wireless is evolving to meet needs for high performance, pervasive connectivity Business Ready Mobile Data Point Applications
Inventory Management Barcode Scanning Email Web browsing Voice and Data

Next Gen Wireless
Video & Ubiquitous mobile computing

802.11n
300Mbps

802.11ag
54Mbps

802.11b
11Mbps p

802.11
2Mbps
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The Lines Are Blurring
Users Expect Consistent Application Performance
Wireless Network
Ubiquitous Flexible Simple p

Wired Network
Established Reliable High Performing

User Connectivity Independent of Network Platform but with y p Consistent Security Policy, Identity, and Authentication
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Built for the Federal Government
Over 20 Wireless Product FIPS 140-2 Certified 140 2 Only Enterprise WLAN to be Common Criteria accredited against the WLAN Access Protection Profile Full Commitment to future products Updating Common Criteria 5508 & Next Gen AP FIPS 140-2 Committed/In process Satisfy Applicable DISA STIGs Scheduled for JITC testing in April

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Mobility M bilit Architecture to Support Advanced Applications

Next Generation WLAN

Working Smarter g Through Mobility

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Advanced Applications on the WLAN
Context Aware/Asset Tracking Adaptive wIPS Guest Access UC Physical Security COOP Mobile Video

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Context Aware and Asset Tracking

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Location Tracking Options: RFID Tags
Cisco 3300 Mobility Services Engine S i E i

Wireless LAN Controller

Open API

RAP Depot Intelligent Network MAP
WiFi TDoA Receiver

Aeroscout Mobile View Cisco Wireless Control System

MAP
WiFi TDoA Receiver
TDoA

TDoA

Truck has Aeroscout RFID Tag Forklift has Aeroscout RFID Tag Forklift has Aeroscout RFID Tag

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Context Aware
Improve Security Enforcement

Use contextual information to enforce security policies and improve user experience

Wireless Use enforcement
Unsecure Area Secure Area

!

ALERT

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AeroScout Management Demo

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Wireless I t i P Wi l Intrusion Prevention ti and Detection

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DoD Instruction 8420.01 Section 4.E � Policy "Unclassified and classified DoD wired and wireless LANs shall have a wireless intrusion detection capability that can be i t i d t ti bilit th t b used to monitor WLAN activity and identify WLAN-related policy violations violations, implemented in accordance with section 5 of Enclosure 3 of this Instruction."
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Location-Aware Security
Plotting Rogues on Building Map

Accurate
Leverages both wIPS APs and data APs for high-fidelity location

Informative
Rogue icons indicate severity of rogue and mitigation state d iti ti t t

Cost-Effective
L Leverages all the AP i your ll th APs in network � no need for additional/separate APs

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Secure Guest Access

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Guest Access Drivers

Source: Infonetics

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Types of Network Users
Department Employees
� Need internal network access � Can be role based to allow granular access if needs require

Contractors/ Consultants
� Need restricted internal access � Printers � Fil shares File h � Specific applications � Device support

Guests/Transient Users � Internet access only � No need to access internal systems � Segment access completely

Full F ll Access

Cisco Guest Access gives you control
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Internet I t t Only
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Components of a Guest Access Solution
NETWORK SEGMENTATION
Internal Guest

� Tunnels or VLANs
� Differentiated access and resources by b user

USER POLICY MANAGEMENT

IT Admin Functions
� Provisioning rules

USER PROVISIONING

Employee Function E l F ti Guest User Function IT Admin Function � Billing integration
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� Guest provisioning web portal

USER LOGIN PORTAL

�G Guest user intercept t i t t web auth portal

REPORTING, BILLING

� Audit trails

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Physical Security

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Leveraging IP Infrastructure
End User Desk Security Operations Center

Depot Intelligent IP Network

Depot Surveillance

Network Operations Center

Missing Truck
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Intermec/Cisco Demo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3wTxgaS5SI p y g

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Unified Communications

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Unified Communications
User Experience User Experience

� Single Number Rings all phones � Seamless transfer to Mobile phone � One Voicemail box with Message Waiting Indicator for all devices � Follow me phone profile, secure phone logon � Soft client escalation from chat, to voice, to video, to conferencing � Unified Directory
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COOP/Remote Access

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OfficeExtend for COOP - Solution Highlights g g
Office Extend

Features
Scalable up to 250 APs per Wireless Controller WCS provisioning for mass deployment y Personal SSID for noncorporate use Ease of deployment with no special configuration needed on the Wireless Controller Encryption of data at line rate, no encryption module needed Supports UC wireless phones

Key Benefits
Secure, convenient, costeffective tele-worker solution enabling a consistent mobility experience Ease of deployment for IT; plug and play for end user 802 11 ready 1140 AP and 1130 802.11n d d AP supported
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Office Extend Solution for COOP
Home, Remote DR location Agency Office Take the agency network with you seamlessly and securely

Secure E S Encryption ti

Internet OfficeExtend AP Wireless Controller with WPLUS

Secure Simple Cost Effective C t Eff ti

Secure DTLS VPN between AP and Agency network over the WAN AP can call home to automatically set up secure DTLS tunnel Reduce costs through telecommuting, reduced cell phone charges, and lower OpEx

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Mobile Video

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Mobile Video
Traditional Wireless Not Optimized for Video
The typical employee is expected to view more than 9.8 hours per month of enterprise video in the next two years:
Can't deliver multicast video at scale Video overloads network and degrades other application performance Video Streaming Without Reliable Multicast

WLC

SWITCH
2 MBPS

AP

AP

AP

AP

POOR PERFORMANCE
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Mobile Video
Traditional Wireless Not Optimized for Video
Reaching employees, partners and customers with critical information wherever they may be, improves user experience be

Video Streaming With Reliable Multicast
CRITICALITY LEVEL:

HIGH

WLC

SWITCH

AP

AP

AP

AP

ADMISSION CONTROL

VIDEO NOT AVAILABLE

GREAT PERFORMANCE
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Mobility Architecture to Support Advanced Applications

Next Generation WLAN

Working Smarter Through Mobility

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Cisco Unified Wireless Network
Architecture Overview
802.11n and 802.11a/g Highly scalable Real-time RF visibility and control Monitor and migrate standalone access points Easily configure
� WLAN controllers using SNMP � Access points using CAPWAP

Mobility Services Engine (MSE) Wireless Control System (WCS) Wireless LAN Controller

Standalone St d l Access Points

802.11n

Built-in support for Mobility Services
� Conte t A are Context�Aware Services (Location) � Adaptive Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (wIPS)

Lightweight Access Points

Client Devices and Wi-Fi Tags
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Wi d and wireless Wired d i l guest access
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Cisco Next-Generation Portfolio
Best-of-Breed Performance, Reliability, and M B t fB dP f R li bilit d Manageability bilit
Aironet 1140 and 1250 Series A S i Access P i t Points 802.11n performance with standard PoE Simple deployment for offices 5500 Series Wireless Controller Wi l C t ll Scalability for 250 APs; thousands clients Flexibility for any network topology Simplified Operations WCS Operations--WCS Management Consistent, flexible user interface Historical trending and reporting

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What Painpoints Does 802 11n Solve? 802.11n
Better end-user experience for data, voice and video
Throughput--Up to 6 times greater than existing networks Reliability--Fewer packet retries Reliability Fewer Predictability--Consistent coverage and throughput Compatibility--Backwards support for 802.11a/b/g clients F Future-Proofing--Guaranteed Interoperability �Tested/Validated P fi G dI bili T d/V lid d

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Existing 802.11n Solutions
Beam Strength Not Directed to Client
802.11a/g 802 11 /

X

Beam Strength

802.11n

802.11a/g Client Connection Not Optimized, Creates Coverage Hole
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Cisco M-Drive with ClientLink
Cisco Innovation: Beam Forming Intelligence
802.11a/g

Beam Forming

Innovation delivered from Cisco AP silicon
802.11n

Not available in off-the-shelf access points

ClientLink uses Beam Forming to Direct Signal to Improve Performance and Coverage for 802.11a/g Devices
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Reduced Coverage Holes
ClientLink Disabled ClientLink Enabled

Lower Data Rates
Source: Miercom; AirMagnet 6.0 Iperf Survey
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Higher Data Rates
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Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controller
Optimized for 802 11n 802.11n
Integrates seamlessly into the Cisco Unified Wireless Network Optimized for 802.11n Combines with the Aironet 1140 and 1250 Series and WCS 6.0 to deliver the industry's leading 802.11n l i 802 11 solution Supports Cisco M-Drive technology including BandSelect and ClientLink New licensing allows for scaleas-you-grow and f t d feature flexibility
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Specifications At-a-Glance Access Points Devices Mobility Scale Form Interfaces 12 - 250 > 7,000 18,000 APs in Mobility Domain 1 RU Appliance 8 GigE Ports
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Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS)
Comprehensive WLAN Life-Cycle Management p y g
Wireless Control System Features
REPORTING PLANNING Easy-to-use intuitive GUI Suite of design and coverage assessment tools Wide array of customizable configuration templates t l t Hierarchical maps of all locations Search and security tools ever-present TROUBLESHOOTING DEPLOYMENT Built-in client troubleshooting tools Fl ibl reporting Flexible ti

Benefits
Lower OPEX and CAPEX MONITORING Complete visibility and control of the RF environment Consolidate life-cycle management into a single platform Easy trending, capacity planning and troubleshooting

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Introducing A Practical Approach
Centralized, Centralized Scalable Mobility Services
Services and Applications Platform

3300 Series Mobility S y Services Engine

Unified API enabling Enterprise 3.0 g p applications

Common Framework for Multiple Service
Ease of deployment and efficient allocation of CapEx

Abstraction layer with CAPWAP/NMSP
Allows Transport and Applications to evolve independently

Eco-system of Application Partners
Accelerate development and deployment of customized solutions
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Mobility Mobilit Architecture to Support Advanced Applications

Next Generation WLAN

Working Smarter Through g Mobility

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Evolving Trends
Place New Pressures on IT Resources

Device Management
IT Consumerization/Device Growth

Troubleshooting Bandwidth Demand

Ubiquitous Access Applications Anywhere Security Policy Services Delivery

Distributed Networks "Work" as a Function, Not as a Place Distance Constraints User Expectations
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Simple Intuitive Management
Centralized C t li d RF and S t d System Management M t
Can I see how good my wireless coverage is? Can I detect interference from cordless phones and microwaves? Can I ensure my network is voice ready? g points? Can I locate rogue access p Can I centrally control all aspects of my WLAN? Can C I ensure my WLAN satisfies ti fi Security Policy?

Centralized Predictive Wireless Intrusion Security CleanAir Technology Voice Planning Tools Command Maps Floor & Control Prevention Dashboard

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Simplify Spectrum Managment
To Optimize the User Experience

Calls IT Support User Has Poor Application Experience

Interference Classifying... Item: Microwave Move Microwave Detected

Spectrum Expert

Only Cisco Wireless Offers Integrated RF Management Tools That Help Reduce Trouble Tickets due to RF Interference, Without Dedicated RF Expertise In-House
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Simplify Security � Meet Policy
Easily Track and Defend Against Attacks
Integrated Security--No Overlay Network Required Comprehensive Threat Detection Classification Mitigation Detection, Classification, Satisfies DoD Policy
Rogue AP [High Severity] [Low Rogue AP Remove Rogue Location Detected

Client

Client

Client Authorized AP

Client
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Partnership with Intel... (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WPBMBz9n7A)

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AssureWave
Provides cross vertical benefits � Focused on the features most � To harden Cisco software for our commonly used in key industry l di k i d t customers verticals � Provides an additional layer of customer � Solutions Test initiative in the focused testing on targeted releases Wireless networking BU at Cisco focused on certifying releases for real � AssureWave Certification above and Certification--above business solutions beyond what pre-FCS testing groups execute � Enable Partners within Wireless Ecosystem vendors to certify wireless Internal and external collaboration solutions � Internal test teams (Regression/ � Testing is continually updated to Development/ Systems) reflect changes in customer's networks by interaction with � Customer focused test teams (Safe customers and account teams Harbor/ Golden bridge/ H b / G ld b id / NSITE) Established 2007 in San Jose, CA � Customer Advocacy (CAPs / TAC / AS) � Direct customer meetings � Account teams (SE/ AM) � CMO Team � EBCs / TABs / SEVTs
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Customer � Benefits
Increase customer confidence in new systems/solutions deployment Certified releases provide safe-landing for customers averse to risk Definitive source for proven network configurations and software versions (ecosystem partners) Interoperability issues found with wireless eco-system partners & fixed before they become major issues in the field Accelerate customer deployment

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AssureWave Partners
Solution Vertical Partners

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Proven Wireless Track Record

WLAN Market Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant 2008 65% WLAN Market share
Pubic company with 8 times revenues of next p y competitor

Over 6 million access points sold Use Cisco WLAN Solutions:
96% of the Fortune 1000 9 of 10 Fortune 100 Financial Services 98% of Fortune 100 Retail 9 of 10 Fortune 100 Manufacturing 8 of 10 Fortune 100 Energy 9 of 10 Top 300 Hospitals
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Cisco on Cisco � Experience Deploying an Enterprise Class Wireless Architecture � Comprehensive Entitlement
� 65 000+ employees, contractors vendors & temp employees 65,000+ employees contractors, � 100,000+ Wireless Devices � Dual Mode Phones Services � L Location B ti Based S i d Services

� Ubiquitous Coverage
� All Cisco sites 400+ have pervasive WLAN coverage � 100% of floor-space covered, including stair-wells and rest rooms � Complete Coverage for Wireless Voice � Guest Access Coverage for Any Facility

� Extensive Adoption
� 97% of Cisco Employees Use the WLAN on a Daily Basis � 75% of Cisco Employees See the WLAN as "Critical" for their Daily Business
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Call to Action and Q&A

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