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WLSE implementation

I have 45 Ap (AP 350, AP 1200). What do I need for implementation WLSE? Do I need Cisco Works software...

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New Member

Re: WLSE implementation

Yes, you should buy a Cisco works WLSE 1105 (a 1u size box)

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/cxsr/1105/ps3915/ for more details

Blue

Re: WLSE implementation

WLSE it self is an Appliance based solution and is a Compliment of CW2K. You do not need CW2K in order to use WLSE but if you want to use it's functionality in addition to that of WLSE, that's would be a plus.

New Member

Re: WLSE implementation

Thank you for your reply. I will use Wlse for managing public hot spots. What kind of advantages offer CW2K with WLSE.

Blue

Re: WLSE implementation

WLSE compliments CW2K. It has the following main features:

-Configuration and Firmware:

The configuration feature allows you to apply a set of configuration changes to access points and connected switch ports. Using the firmware feature, you can upgrade the firmware on access points and bridges.

- Reporting:

Allows you to display reports for tracking device, client and security information. Reports can be emailed, printed, or exported.

- Fault and Policy Monitoring:

Provides device monitoring for fault and performance conditions, monitoring of LEAP server responses, and monitoring of policy misconfigurations.

New Member

Re: WLSE implementation

These features are possible only with integration WLSE and CW2K? So it is the best way to manage public wlan with integration WLSE and CW2K, am I right? Does only monitoring for fault and performance conditions on LEAP servers (PEAP....)

Blue

Re: WLSE implementation

WLSE currently does not integarte with CW2K. However, you can import the device into WLSE directly using the RME Export to File feature. For more details on WLSE, have a look at the WLSE docs:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/cwparent/cw_1105/wlse/index.htm

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