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Wireless - Mobility Videos

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On this session you can learn more about how to deploy a successful and reliable wireless office. The expert George Stefanick share his hands on experience and best practices, including the good, bad, ugly and hurdles that is needed to overcome for a successful and reliable process.

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George Stefanick is a Wireless Architect employed by a large healthcare system in the Texas Medical Center. His Wi-Fi engineering experience spans nearly two decades and in that time he has provided consulting to many Fortune 500 companies in industries such as healthcare, mining, and hospitality. He maintains a popular Wi-Fi engineering community, the blog MY80211.com and he holds many vendor and vendor neutral certifications.

Also, he has been Technical Editor for two books related to Wireless Network technology: ”CCNA Wireless Study Guide” by Todd Lammle and ”Designing and Deploying 802.11 Networks: A Practical Guide to Implementing 802.11n and 802.11ac Wireless Networks for Enterprise-Based Applications” by Jim Geier .

As a member of the Cisco Support Community, George has been awarded with a Cisco Designated VIP status, a recognition that Cisco bestows upon the most valuable and influential members of their official technical support community.

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Video - "FastLocate (Packet RSSI Location)" by Jerome Henry and James Noxon, Technical Marketing Engineer, Enterprise Networking Market Strategy, Cisco Systems Inc.

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Video - Presence Analytics by James Noxon, Technical Marketing Engineer, Enterprise Networking Market Strategy, Cisco Systems Inc.

  • Getting Started with Wireless
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 Viten Patel is working as Technical Marketing Engineer (Converged  Access) at Cisco.  He was working as Wireless Escalation Engineer -  Cisco TAC and holds many wireless  certification like CCIE Wireless,  CCNP Wireless, CCNA Wireless, CWNA, CWSP,  CWAP, CWNE#146. 

 This is a video techtorial walking through the Prime Infrastructure  WorkFlow for  Converged Access. There are 3 WorkFlows (Small  network, Large network and  Centralized network deployment). This video shows the single switch Small Branch flow.

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In this video webinar series, Cisco Experts Jerome Henry and James Noxon explained different features introduced in new wireless release 8.0 Delta.

Jerome Henry is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the Cisco Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, specializing as an expert wireless instructor. He is a senior member of the IEEE organization, and is known worldwide for his techtorials at Cisco Live and other industry events. He has drafted several innovative patents, represents Cisco in the Wi-Fi Alliance, and holds multiple career certifications in wireless, routing and switching, and security, among others.

James Noxon is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the Cisco Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, dedicating most of his recent years to technical instruction.  In his current role James specializes in wireless services and solutions such as Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX). He previously taught for a Cisco learning partner organization, and has many years of field experience in RF and communications.

In this video, we will see 8.0 Delta Webinar day 1 including AP Features including Indoor APs, Flex, Outdoor - Part 2.

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  • Getting Started with Wireless
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In this video webinar series, Cisco Experts Jerome Henry and James Noxon explained different features introduced in new wireless release 8.0 Delta.

Jerome Henry is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the Cisco Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, specializing as an expert wireless instructor. He is a senior member of the IEEE organization, and is known worldwide for his techtorials at Cisco Live and other industry events. He has drafted several innovative patents, represents Cisco in the Wi-Fi Alliance, and holds multiple career certifications in wireless, routing and switching, and security, among others.

James Noxon is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the Cisco Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, dedicating most of his recent years to technical instruction.  In his current role James specializes in wireless services and solutions such as Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX). He previously taught for a Cisco learning partner organization, and has many years of field experience in RF and communications.

In this video, we will see 8.0 Delta Webinar day 1 including AP Features including Indoor APs, Flex, Outdoor - Part 1.

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This  video provides an illustration on how to recover passwords on Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs)

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Karthickeyan Prabanandhan is a Senior Test Engineer (CCNP,CWNP) in Wireless Engineering Team currently preparing for his CCIE Wireless lab. In this video series Karthick will explain "How to configure a 11r WLAN using CLI and GUI and show us the 11r roaming " on Converged Access (Cisco 5760 WLC and Cisco Catalyst 3850).

802.11r Introduction

802.11r is also known, as Fast Transition (FT) is the IEEE standard for fast secure roaming. It introduces a new concept of roaming where the initial handshake with the new AP is done even before the client roams to the target AP. The initial handshake allows the client and APs to do the Pairwise Transient Key (PTK) calculation in advance. These PTK keys are applied to the client and AP after the client does the re-association request or response exchange with new target AP.

 The FT key hierarchy is designed to allow clients to make fast BSS transitions between APs without requiring re-authentication at every AP. The summary of the key hierarchy is given below.  802.11r eliminates much of the handshaking overhead while roaming thus reducing the handoff times between APs while providing security and QoS. This is useful for client devices that have delay-sensitive applications like voice and video and is key requirement for voice over Wi-Fi.

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Configure 802.11r WLAN using CLI and GUI on Converged Access (5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850)

Karthickeyan Prabanandhan is a Senior Test Engineer (CCNP,CWNP) in Wireless Engineering Team currently preparing for his CCIE Wireless lab. In this video series Karthick will explain "How to configure a 11r WLAN using CLI and GUI and show us the 11r roaming " on Converged Access (Cisco 5760 WLC and Cisco Catalyst 3850).

802.11r Introduction

802.11r is also known, as Fast Transition (FT) is the IEEE standard for fast secure roaming. It introduces a new concept of roaming where the initial handshake with the new AP is done even before the client roams to the target AP. The initial handshake allows the client and APs to do the Pairwise Transient Key (PTK) calculation in advance. These PTK keys are applied to the client and AP after the client does the re-association request or response exchange with new target AP.

 The FT key hierarchy is designed to allow clients to make fast BSS transitions between APs without requiring re-authentication at every AP. The summary of the key hierarchy is given below.  802.11r eliminates much of the handshaking overhead while roaming thus reducing the handoff times between APs while providing security and QoS. This is useful for client devices that have delay-sensitive applications like voice and video and is key requirement for voice over Wi-Fi.

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Configure 802.11r WLAN using CLI and GUI on Converged Access (5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850)

Karthickeyan Prabanandhan is a Senior Test Engineer (CCNP,CWNP) in Wireless Engineering Team currently preparing for his CCIE Wireless lab. In this video series Karthick will explain "How to configure a 11r WLAN using CLI and GUI and show us the 11r roaming " on Converged Access (Cisco 5760 WLC and Cisco Catalyst 3850).

802.11r Introduction

802.11r is also known, as Fast Transition (FT) is the IEEE standard for fast secure roaming. It introduces a new concept of roaming where the initial handshake with the new AP is done even before the client roams to the target AP. The initial handshake allows the client and APs to do the Pairwise Transient Key (PTK) calculation in advance. These PTK keys are applied to the client and AP after the client does the re-association request or response exchange with new target AP.

 The FT key hierarchy is designed to allow clients to make fast BSS transitions between APs without requiring re-authentication at every AP. The summary of the key hierarchy is given below.  802.11r eliminates much of the handshaking overhead while roaming thus reducing the handoff times between APs while providing security and QoS. This is useful for client devices that have delay-sensitive applications like voice and video and is key requirement for voice over Wi-Fi.

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During this live event, Wi-Fi subject matter expert George Stefanick will cover a number of advanced topics on the 802.11 protocol. George will walk you through the different types of 802.11 frames and their purpose. He will show how a packet turns into a frame; how that frame turns into bits; and, lastly, how the bits get modulated into the air.

You have heard that Wi-Fi is half duplex, right? George will tackle the complex discussion of CSMA-CA. He will break down Layer 1 Carrier Sense and Layer 2 Network Allocation Vector, explaining how both work in concert to make sure of a lower probability that two or more stations will not transmit at the same time. He will also give a status of his all Wi-Fi office with Cisco 3700 802.11ac access points.

You just deployed Cisco 802.11ac access points, and you want to sniff frames? No problem. George will share his real-world experience sniffing 802.11ac frames with Wildpacket OmniPeek directly from Cisco 3700s.

Agenda

•  Management, control, and data frames

•  LLC, MAC, PLCP, PMD: Know the layers and what each layer does

•  CSMA-CA (Layer 1) Carrier Sense and (Layer 2) Network Allocation Vector

•  How to capture 802.11ac frames from a Cisco access point

 

George Stefanick is a wireless architect employed by Houston Methodist Hospital System. George manages a large and complex wireless network that includes more than 2500 access points and upward of 11,000 concurrent Wi-Fi clients. George has been in wireless communications since 1997 and holds various vendor and vendor-neutral certifications. He focuses on high-density indoor deployments in the healthcare vertical, thereby using his hands-on experience in site survey, RFID, and voice design. As a consultant, George has consulted with Fortune 500 companies using his real-world hands-on experience to meet the needs and challenges in today’s enterprise environments. George is a Cisco Support Community VIP 2012, 2013, and 2014 and Aruba MVP 2014.

Find more > https://supportforums.cisco.com/expert-corner/knowledge-sharing.

 

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Community Tech-Talk series is designed to bring technical Experts from Cisco to share their insights on specific topics, selectively chosen based on most-common conversation themes in our technology area on the community from our Support Communities.

This Tech-Talk focuses on the BYOD configuration steps and contains several short videos that break down specific configuration steps to make it simpler and help you zoom into a certain part directly. 

Note: This is part 2 of a 2 part video. 

Click here to watch the 1st part of the tech-talk and read the detailed Tech-Talk Blog.

You may also download the pdf copy of our detailed presentation here.

We hope you find this video and blog useful. Please do share your feedback and opinion via the comments session below.

Thank you for watching!

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Community Tech-Talk series is designed to bring technical Experts from Cisco to share their insights on specific topics, selectively chosen based on most-common conversation themes in our technology area on the community from our Support Communities.

This Tech-Talk focuses on the BYOD configuration steps and contains several short videos that break down specific configuration steps to make it simpler and help you zoom into a certain part directly. 

Note: This is part 1 of a 2 part video. 

Click here to watch the 2nd part of the tech-talk and read the detailed Tech-Talk Blog.

You may also download the pdf copy of our detailed presentation here.

We hope you find this video and blog useful. Please do share your feedback and opinion via the comments session below.

Thank you for watching!

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Virtual Bootcamp Session 15 (Security and Network Management)

Technical Services Virtual Boot Camp Series

https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/12018656/technical-services-virtual-boot-camp-series

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Topics covered in the Video:

  1. Converged access Architecture –Hardware overview
  2. Software Overview
  3. Licensing Overview
  4. Hierarchical Mobility Architecture & Physical Topology
  5. Roaming across Converged access Wireless controllers

For more details, please read the Blog and download the presentation slides.

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This video describes how to configure an LDAP server on your Cisco Converged Access controller (both GUI and CLI), using Windows server Active Directory as an example.

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This video describes how to configure an LDAP server on your Cisco CUWN controller, using Windows server Active Directory as an example.

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This video describes how to configure an LDAP server on your Cisco CUWN controller, using Windows server Active Directory as an example.

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Jeyakumar Sathurappan is a Software engineer in wireless Engineering team.

 

In this Video Jeyakumar will explain, “How to configure converged access mobility or new mobility architecture on Unified WLC (Cisco 5500 WLC) and NGWC (Cisco 5760 WLC and Cisco Catalyst 3850) devices using CLI and GUI modes".

 

Configuration Example - 802.1X/EAP using External server, Local radius server and LDAP on Cisco 5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850

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Jeyakumar Sathurappan is a Software engineer in wireless Engineering team.

 

In this Video Jeyakumar will explain, “How to configure converged access mobility or new mobility architecture on Unified WLC (Cisco 5500 WLC) and NGWC (Cisco 5760 WLC and Cisco Catalyst 3850) devices using CLI and GUI modes".

 

Configuration Example - 802.1X/EAP using External server, Local radius server and LDAP on Cisco 5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850

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Configuring Example - Local Authentication with WPA2 / Dot1X on Converged Access for Cisco 5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850

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Configuring WPA2 / Dot1X on Converged Access for Cisco 5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850

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Configuring LDAP with WPA2 / Dot1X on Converged Access for Cisco 5760 WLC and Catalyst 3850

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