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Colubris MAP-320 MultiService Access Point

Cena 42.00
Dostupnosť: skladom +8
Cena bez DPH: 35.00
Výrobca: Colubris Networks
Záručná doba: 24 mesiacov
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Colubris MultiService Wireless Access Point

MAP-320 with Single Radio, P/N: 70-03-2000

Requires external power supply, HP Procurve MSM310 NA Access Point

Features:
 

QoS and VoWLAN Support

WDS Support

WEP, WPA and WPA2 (802.11i)

16 different WLAN services

Plenum rated indoor enclosure

 

InReach MultiService Access Points (MAP) bring intelligence to the edge of the Colubris Intelligent MultiService System (CIMS), enabling smooth scalability while minimizing acquisition costs. Intelligent MAPs are integral to delivering multiple services because they enforce security and QoS policies associated with each service at the boundary between WLANs and wired networks.
 
InReach MAPs provide unmatched flexibility. Users can configure any model in the product line to operate in any of four operating modes: as an access point, a WLAN monitor, a Wireless Distribution System (WDS) bridge for wireless backhaul, or simultaneously as both an access point and a WDS bridge. InReach dual-radio models take flexibility one step further by supporting this configurability on a per-radio basis, making them the most versatile access points in the industry.
 
The InReach MAP family includes three models: the MAP-320, MAP-320R with single radios, and MAP-330 with dual radios. Each radio is independently configurable for a/b/g modes. The dual-radio InReach MAP-330 is the industry's first a/b/g + a/b/g access point, giving network managers the flexibility to operate two channels in any combination of the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. Every InReach MAP features RADIUS client authentication and accounting, WPA2 security, WMM-certified QoS, and comprehensive SNMP, Web GUI, and CLI management interfaces.
 
InReach MAPs can deliver as many as 16 different WLAN services, each of which is segmented and independent, multiplying the flexibility and value of the infrastructure. Customers can deploy a range of services, including Guest/Public Internet Access, VoWLAN, and secure data. Each service is mapped to a unique SSID and MAC address (BSSID), enabling client devices to quickly identify and associate with the service they need and ensuring complete interoperability with third-party client devices.
 
InReach MAPs enforce QoS and security policies, both of which are configurable on a per-service basis. Customers can set a variety of WLAN operating parameters to suit the needs of each service, including Delivery Traffic Information Map (DTIM) signals, which client devices use to conserve battery power. This per-service configurability enables customers to integrate the broadest range of client devices into their network, from legacy barcode scanners to new-generation laptops and PDAs, while accommodating the varying security, QoS, and power management capabilities of each device.

Customers can also configure InReach MAPs to tag the traffic associated with each WLAN service for a separate wired network VLAN, enabling network operators to leverage existing network security and traffic management capabilities.

Security

InReach MAPs enforce multi-layer security policies to create a secure WLAN/wired network perimeter. This "defense-in-depth" approach secures the airwaves using strong WLAN client authentication and encryption. It protects the backbone network by restricting access to specific destinations and by leveraging existing VLAN-based security mechanisms.

At the same time, hardware-assisted layer 2 encryption processing ensures InReach MAPs deliver high performance when using WEP, WPA and WPA2 (802.11i) security protocols. Client devices can be authenticated by MAC address or industry-standard 802.1x port authentication protocols with support for popular EAP types (TLS, TTLS, PEAP, SIM). InReach MAPs also support a standard RADIUS AAA interface, which provides compatibility with popular enterprise authentication servers, including Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP.

To complement WLAN security mechanisms and strengthen the network perimeter, InReach MAPs can apply layer 2/3 filtering and VLAN tagging on a per-service basis. VLAN tagging enables customers to enforce a range of end-to-end security policies so that traffic from devices with weak security capabilities can be integrated into a single infrastructure. VLAN tags can also be applied on a per-user basis, giving network managers the flexibility to implement coarse- or fine-grained VLAN security.

Manageability and Monitoring

Centralized management of InReach MAPs is performed by the InCharge Colubris Network Management System (CNMS), an advanced WLAN management platform that configures, monitors, and manages an entire CIMS infrastructure. During installation, InCharge automatically discovers each InReach MAP and assigns it to a group for fast configuration and deployment.

To protect the system from compromise, all InCharge management interfaces are secured. The embedded web GUI and CLI interfaces are secured using SSL, IPSec protects the SNMP interface, while secure FTP protocols protect downloadable firmware and configuration files.

In addition to these centralized management and control features, InReach MAPs feature comprehensive client device monitoring and powerful troubleshooting tools that minimize operations costs:

  • Colubris' unique Client Data-Rate matrix summarizes the distribution of transmit and receive packets by data rate for each client associated with an AP, providing an easy method to diagnose performance problems.
  • The Client Event Log provides a detailed history of 79 different association, security, and DHCP handshake events for each client, with plain English explanations that simplify debugging.
  • A packet capture tool grabs packets off the air or the LAN interface and saves them in PCAP file format for offline analysis using Ethereal.

QoS and VoWLAN Support

InReach MAPs provide the most comprehensive QoS support in the industry, enabling customers to converge a range of real-time and nonreal-time applications on a single WLAN infrastructure. Certified support for the Wireless MultiMedia (WMM) specification provides four levels of priority, enabling multiple applications - including voice and video - to share the same infrastructure. A multi-layer classifier enables administrators to leverage wired network QoS policies by mapping 802.1p and DiffServ packet markings to WLAN priority queues.

Customers can also use InReach MAPs to deliver enterprise-class VoWLAN service because they support both the SpectraLink Voice Priority (SVP) and Wireless MultiMedia (WMM) protocols, which ensure voice quality and provide compatibility with emerging VoWLAN telephones.

RF Management

InReach MAPs automate the configuration and operation of the RF network. Each MAP automatically selects a channel within the desired frequency band based on an interference scan. Once a channel has been selected, the InReach MAP continuously optimizes performance by scanning the environment in background mode and changing channels as needed to avoid sources of interference.

InReach MAPs can also be dedicated to continuous real-time rogue scanning across the full 2.4 and 5 GHz spectrums. They instantly report rogue devices to the InCharge centralized network management system, or any other SNMP manager, for immediate action.

Installation Flexibility

Because InReach MAPs are available with one or two software-selectable a/b/g radios and a choice of plenum-rated indoor or outdoor enclosures, customers can install them in almost any environment. Their support for a range of wireless network topologies also minimizes installation costs.

Because they support WDS, InReach MAPs can be installed in areas where Ethernet cabling is either unavailable or cost prohibitive. The Colubris secure WDS implementation supports point-to-point and point-to-multipoint configurations, affording customers a range of price/performance options.

 

Multi Service Access Points

 

Colubris MAPs are unique in that they offer the industry's highest degree of flexibility and configurability while also offering unprecedented ease of deployment and management. Colubris access points support a plug-and-play "controlled" mode in which they can automatically be discovered and configured by a central MultiService Controller (MSC). The MSC provides a central point to manage the MAPs and ensures that configurations and software versions are synchronized across the entire WLAN.

The Key to a True MultiService WLAN

Colubris MAPs can deliver as many as 16 different WLAN services, multiplying the flexibility and value of the infrastructure. The Colubris Solution ensures each service is consistently delivered by each MAP, while traffic is segmented for security. Customers can deploy a range of services, including public/guest Internet access, secure data, voice and video. Each service is mapped to a unique SSID and MAC address (BSSID), enabling client devices to quickly identify and associate with the service they need while ensuring complete interoperability with third-party client devices.

With Colubris MAPs, organizations can create VSCs that enforce specific QoS and security policies. A variety of WLAN operating parameters can be customized to the needs of each VSC, including Delivery Traffic Information Map (DTIM) signals, which client devices can use to reduce power consumption and extend battery life by as much as 50%. This per-service configurability enables customers to integrate the broadest range of client devices into their network, from legacy barcode scanners to PDAs and new generation dual mode Wi-Fi/cellular phones, while accommodating the varying security, QoS and power management capabilities of each device.

Simple Deployment, Easy Management

Colubris MAPs are easier to deploy and to manage than conventional access points, thanks to their plug-and-play and centralized management features. When deployed as part of a Colubris Intelligent Mobility Solution, Colubris MAPs securely and automatically associate themselves with a Colubris MSC which, in turn, automatically synchronizes and propagates all configuration settings and software revisions to the MAPs. The MAPs can then be managed centrally via the MSC as a single group or as multiple groups, radically reducing the time and complexity of managing individual access points. Alternatively, they may be independently managed using the embedded browser-based GUI or command line interface. All management interfaces are secured using SSH/SSL, and IPSec protects the SNMP interface.

In addition to these centralized management and control features, Colubris MAPs feature comprehensive client device monitoring and powerful troubleshooting tools that minimize operational costs:

  • A client data-rate matrix summarizes the distribution of transmit and receive packets by data rate for each client, providing an easy method to diagnose performance problems.
  • A client event log provides a detailed history of 79 different association, security and DHCP handshake events for each client.
  • A packet capture tool grabs packets from either the WLAN or the LAN interface and saves them in PCAP file format for offline analysis.

Colubris MAPs also simplify RF management by automating the configuration and operation of the RF network. Each access point automatically selects a channel within the desired frequency band based on an interference scan. Once a channel is selected, the MAP continuously optimizes performance by scanning the environment in background mode, changing channels or adjusting output power if necessary to avoid sources of interference or the addition/removal of other MAPs.

Complete Flexibility: The Colubris Advantage

Colubris MAPs offer an edge over competing solutions in terms of ease and cost of deployment, thanks to their support for a broader range of network topologies and their unique flexibility. Customers can configure each radio independently to operate in one of several modes:

  • Access point (infrastructure) mode;
  • Dynamic Local Mesh; and
  • Simultaneous access point plus Local Mesh, in which a single radio shares bandwidth between servicing clients and backhauling traffic to another access point.

Because they support dynamic Local Mesh, MAPs can be installed in areas where Ethernet cabling is either unavailable or cost-prohibitive. The Colubris dynamic Local Mesh implementation automates configuration of wireless backhaul links for easy deployment, and provides high availability by automatically reconfiguring around a failure. It supports point-to-point and point-to-multipoint configurations, affording customers a range of price/performance options, and features WPA2 security and QoS enforcement for all backhaul traffic.

All Colubris MAPs feature a software selectable a/b/g radio and a choice of plenum-rated or outdoor enclosures. The dual and tri-radio models are the first all a/b/g radio access points in the industry, giving network managers the flexibility of operating in any combination of the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands.

 

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