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Architecturing Network for Branch Offices with Cisco Wireless

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Abstract
This session focuses on the architecture concepts of the branch office WLAN deployments, emphasising the core technologies that drive and enable mobility in retail, banking, education, entreprise or managed wlan services. Topics covered include in-depth protocol description of HReap/FlexConnect, all deployment options in practice, and are based on customer case studies for their application into the branch environment.

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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Cisco Unified Wireless Principles


Components
Wireless LAN controllers Aironet access points Management System (WCS) Mobility Service Engine (MSE)
MSE Wireless LAN Controllers WCS

Principles
AP must have CAPWAP connectivity with WLC Configuration downloaded to AP by WLC All Wi-Fi traffic is forwarded to the WLC
Aironet Access Point

Campus Network

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)

Branches Using Remote Controllers


Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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Branch Designs Using Remote Controllers


Overview
Branches can also have local remote controllers Small form factors WLC are available to have small campus : WLC-25xx or integrated controller modules in ISR/ISR-G2 High-availability design with central backup controller is supported; WAN limitations may apply
Central Site
Backup Central Controller

WAN
WLC-25xx WLCM for ISR/ISR-G2

Remote Site A
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Remote Site B

Branch Designs Using Remote Controllers


Advantages
Cookie cutter configuration for every branch site

Layer-3 roaming within the branch


ACL in the branch site Peer to peer blocking WGB support Reliable Multicast (filtering) Dynamic VLAN

Note: If you have ISR/ISR G2 at branch site then it is recommended to use the IOS Firewall at edge for unified access policies.

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers

Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations


Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups
Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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CAPWAP Overview
Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Point
CAPWAP is a standard, interoperable protocol that enables an Access Controller (AC) to manage a collection of Wireless Termination Points (WTPs)
CAPWAP carries control and data traffic between the two
Control plane is DTLS encrypted Data plane is DTLS encrypted (optional)

CAPWAP supports only Layer 3 mode deployments


Business Application
Access Point Wi-Fi Client Data Plane

CAPWAP

Controller

Control Plane
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CAPWAP Modes
Split MAC

The CAPWAP protocol supports two modes of operation


Split MAC (Centralized Mode) Local MAC (H-REAP/FlexConnect)

Split MAC
Wireless Frame Wireless Phy MAC Sublayer CAPWAP Data Plane

802.3 Frame

STA

WTP

AC

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CAPWAP Modes
Local MAC

Local MAC mode of operation allows for the data frames to be either locally bridged or tunneled as 802.3 frames
Locally bridged
Wireless Frame Wireless Phy MAC Sublayer

802.3 Frame

STA

WTP

AC

H-REAP support locally bridged MAC and split MAC per SSID
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CAPWAP Modes
Local MAC

Local MAC mode of operation allows for the data frames to be either locally bridged or tunneled as 802.3 frames
Tunneled as 802.3 frames
Wireless Frame Wireless Phy MAC Sublayer 802.3 Frame CAPWAP Data Plane

802.3 Frame

STA

WTP

AC

Tunneled local MAC is not supported by Cisco


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H-REAP Glossary
Connected mode When H-REAP can reach Controller (connected state), it gets help from controller to complete client authentication.
Standalone mode When controller is not reachable by H-REAP, it goes into standalone state and does client authentication by itself.

Local Switching Data traffic switched onto local VLANs for an SSID
Central Switching Data traffic tunneled back to WLC for an SSID
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Branch Office Deployment


Hybrid architecture Single management and control point Data Traffic Switching
Centralized traffic (split MAC)

HREAP Hybrid Remote Edge Access Point


Central Site
Centralized Traffic

Cluster of WLC
Centralized Traffic

Or
Local traffic (local MAC)
WAN

HA will preserve local traffic only


Traffic Switching is configured per AP and per WLAN (SSID)
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Local Traffic

Remote Office

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Configure H-REAP Mode


Step 1: Configure Access Point Mode

Enable H-REAP mode per AP


Supported AP: AP-1130, AP-1240, AP-1040, AP-1140, AP-1260, AP-1250, AP-3500

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Configure H-REAP Local Switching


Step 2: Enable Local Switching per WLAN

Only WLAN with Local Switching enabled will allow local switching at the H-REAP AP

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Configure H-REAP VLAN Mapping


Step 3: H-REAP Specific Configuration

H-REAP AP can be connected on an access port (using native VLAN) or connected to a 802.1Q trunk port
VLAN mapping is a per AP configuration on WLC and by AP group using templates on a WCS

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Configure H-REAP VLAN Mapping


Step 4: Per AP SSID to VLAN Mapping

Mapping of SSID to 802.1Q VLAN is done per H-REAP AP

Use WCS for configuration with templates


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Configure H-REAP VLAN Mapping


Step 4: Using WCS
With WCS, Configuration can be applied to all H-REAP AP with one template

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H-REAP Design Considerations


Some WAN limitations apply
RTT must be below 300 ms data (100 ms voice) Minimum 500 bytes WAN MTU (with maximum four fragmented packets)

Some features are not available in standalone mode or in local switching mode
ACL in local switching

MAC/Web Auth in standalone mode


See full list in H-REAP Feature Matrix http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6366/products_tec h_note09186a0080b3690b.shtml

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Economies of Scale for Lean Branches


Flex 7500 Wireless Controller
New

Key Differentiation
WAN Tolerance
High Latency Networks Access Points Clients Branches Access Points / Branch Deployment Model Form Factor IO Interface Upgrade Licenses 300-2,000 20,000 500 50 FlexConnect 1 RU 2x 10GE 100, 200, 500, 1K

WAN Survivability

Security
802.1x based port authentication

Voice support
Voice CAC
OKC/CCKM

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FlexConnect Improvements in New 7.0.116


WAN Survivability
FlexConnect AP provides wireless access and services to clients when the connection to the primary WLC fails

Local Authentication
Allows for the authentication capability to exist directly at the AP in FlexConnect instead of the WLC

Improved Scale
Group Scale: Max HREAP groups increased to 500 (7500s) and 100 (5500s) APs per Group: 50 (7500s) and 25 (5500s)

Fast roaming in remote branches


Opportunistic Key Caching (OKC) between APs in a branch
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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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Understanding AP Groups
Overview
AP groups is a logical concept of grouping AP which deliver similar Wi-Fi services; these services can be:
By physical location, and/or
By functional services (data, voice, guest, )
Remote Site A AP Group 1

Central Site Flex 7500

WAN
Remote Site B

Same AP groups need to be defined in all WLC of a mobility group

AP Group 2

AP Group 3

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Understanding AP Groups
Rules to Know
Rules to know :
One AP can be in only one AP Group One WLAN(SSID) can be in several AP Groups WLAN with ID 1-16 can not be removed from the default-group WLAN with ID greater than 16 will never be part of the defaultgroup All AP with no AP Group name or an unknown AP Group name will be part of the default-group

Well known mistakes :


Create no AP group, but create a WLAN with ID 17+. Having AP groups defined, Create WLAN with ID 17+ but never map the WLAN to any AP Group.
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AP Groups
Configuration: Create a New Group

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AP Groups
Configuration: Add AP to Group

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AP Groups Usage
@ Internet

Per Location SSID


AP groups give the ability to enable Wi-Fi Services (WLAN) based on physical location Example
Central Site
Corporate-Voice, Corporate-Data, Guest-Access

Guest-Access

AP Group 1

Central Site

Corporate-Voice

Corporate-Data

WAN/MAN

Manufacturing Plan

Store

Manufacturing Plan
Corporate-Voice, Corporate-Data, Scanners
AP Group 3

Store
Corporate-Data, Guest-Access
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Corporate-Data

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AP Groups Usage
Per AP Group SSID to VLAN Mapping
AP groups give the ability to statically map Wi-Fi service (WLAN) to VLAN based on physical location
VLAN-1 AP Group 1

Central Site
VLAN-2

Users see the same Wi-Fi service on all sites but IP@ can be used for monitoring or filtering Can also be used to have smaller Wi-Fi subnets

VLAN-3

WAN/MAN
Corporate-Data Manufacturing Plan AP Group 2

Store AP Group 3

Corporate-Data Corporate-Data

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AP Groups
Configuration/VLAN Mapping

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AP Groups
Scaling
New Scaling # AP Groups # WLAN (SSID) # VLAN (Interfaces) Flex 7500 500 512 WLC 5508 500 512 WLC 4400 300 512 WLC 2100 50 512

512

512

512

512

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Understanding H-REAP Groups


Overview
Central Site Flex 7500 Cluster

H-REAP groups allow sharing of:


CCKM/OKC fast roaming keys Local backup RADIUS servers IP/keys Local user authentication Local EAP authentication

WAN
Remote Site Remote Site

Scaling information
500 H-REAP groups for Flex 7500

50 AP per H-REAP group

H-REAP Group 2

H-REAP Group 1

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H-REAP Groups and CCKM/OKC Keys


CCKM Keys

CCKM/OKC keys are stored on HREAP APs for Layer 2 fast roaming
The HREAP APs will receive the CCKM/OKC keys from the WLC

Central Site
RADIUS Server

If a HREAP AP boots up in the standalone mode, it will not get the CCKM keys from the WLC and fast roaming is not supported

Remote Site H-REAP Group 1

WAN

Remote Site H-REAP Group 2

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H-REAP Groups and CCKM Keys


Add a New H-REAP Group

Add APs to the H-REAP Group

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups

Designing a Resilient Network


Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network Retail Case Study

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H-REAP Backup Scenario


WAN Failure
Central Site

H-REAP will backup on local switched mode


No impact for locally switched SSIDs Disconnection of centrally switched SSIDs clients

Static authentication keys are locally stored in H-REAP AP Lost features


RRM, WIDS, location, other AP modes Web authentication, NAC
Remote Site

WAN

Application Server

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H-REAP Backup Scenario


WLC Failure
H-REAP will first backup on local switched mode
No impact for locally switched SSIDs Disconnection of centrally switched SSIDs clients
Central Site

CCKM roaming allowed in H-REAP group H-REAP AP will then search for backup WLC; when backup WLC is found, H-REAP AP will resync with WLC and resume client session with central traffic.

WAN

Remote Site

Application Server

Client session with Local Traffic are not impacted during resync with Backup WLC.
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H-REAP Group: Local Backup RADIUS


Backup Scenario
Central Site

Normal authentication is done centrally


On WAN failure, AP authenticate new client with locally defined RADIUS server Existing connected clients stay connected Clients can roam with
CCKM fast roaming, or Reauthentication

Central RADIUS

WAN
Local Backup RADIUS Remote Site

H-REAP Group 1

CCKM Fast Roaming


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H-REAP Group: Local Backup RADIUS


Configuration

Define primary and secondary local backup RADIUS server per H-REAP group

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H-REAP Group: Local Backup Authentication


Backup Scenario
Normal authentication is done centrally On WAN failure, AP authenticate new client with its local database
Central Site

Central RADIUS

Each H-REAP AP has a copy of the local user DB


Existing authenticated clients stay connected Clients can roam with:
CCKM fast roaming, or Local re-authentication !
Remote Site

WAN

H-REAP Group 1

Only LEAP and EAP-FAST Supported


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CCKM Fast Roaming

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H-REAP Group: Local Backup Authentication


Configuration

Define users (max 100) and passwords


Define EAP parameters (LEAP or EAP-FAST)

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H-REAP Backup Scenario


WAN Down Behavior (Bootup Standalone Mode)

Central Switched WLANs will shutdown


Web-auth WLANs will shutdown Local Switched WLANs will be up :
Only Open, Shared and WPA-PSK are allowed.
Local 802.1x allowed with local authentication or local RADIUS

Unsupported features
RRM, CCKM, WIDS, Location, Other AP Mode, NAC.

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Not Supported Backup Scenario


AP Changing Mode on Failure
Central Site

AP can not automatically change from local mode to H-REAP mode on local WLC failure
Changing mode is a configuration task of the AP WAN
Remote Site

Why it does not make sense


Need for dual configuration at the switch level (access port for central, 802.1Q for H-REAP) Lost controller features when going to H-REAP If you accept H-REAP locally, then dont but local WLC !

Application Server

Not Supported Backup Scenario


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Not Supported Backup Scenario


Auto-Enabling Backup Local Switching
Central Site
Primary Application Server

H-REAP AP can not be configured with two SSID with same name; one in central switching mode, one in local switching mode; when central switching is down, local switched SSID becomes active
Changing enable status of an SSID is a configuration task of the WLC level
WAN
Remote Site H-REAP AP

Cisco recommends using Local Switching. Why?


Fault Tolerance will always keep client connection UP.

SSID Data (Central Switching)

Backup Application Server

Not Supported Backup Scenario


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SSID Data (Local Switching) Disable Enable

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Failover Matrix
Feature Static Security Keys (WEP, WPA2/PSK) 802.1x/EAP RADIUS Local Authentication OKC Fast Roaming WebAuth & MAC Auth WAN Up (Connected) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes New New WAN Down (Standalone) Yes Yes Yes (local RADIUS Backup) Yes Yes (not new clients) No

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network

Operating an H-REAP Based Branch Network


Retail Case Study

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Monitor H-REAP Latency


RTT for H-REAP AP must be 300ms maximum
Latency tool will help monitor WAN latency

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Upgrading an H-REAP Deployment


Concerns

Sites using H-REAP AP are usually sites with low WAN bandwidth
Each site may have small number of AP, but an enterprise may have a lot of branches Upgrading ~2000 AP through a low bandwidth WAN is a challenge :

Time needed to download all the AP firmware


Exhaust of the WAN link Risk of failures during the download

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Upgrading an H-REAP Deployment


Safe Process
Firmware Image

Use Pre-Download Feature and Control the Process Before Effectively Do the Upgrade
1.Download WLC upgraded firmware (will become primary) 2.Force the boot image to be the secondary (and not the newly upgraded one) to avoid parallel download of all AP in case of unexpected WLC reboot

7.0 6.0 Primary 7.0

7.0 6.0 Secondary

Wireless Control System

Central Site

Wireless LAN Controller

WAN
Remote Site-1 Remote Site-N

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Upgrading an H-REAP Deployment


Safe Process (Cont)
3.
Firmware Image

Pre-download the AP firmware in the secondary boot image (will not disrupt the actual service) Can be started AP per AP to limit WAN exhaust Check that all the H-REAP AP are up-to-date (all download succeed) Swap the boot image of the AP to the new one, change the boot image of the WLC to the new one Reboot the controller

7.0 6.0 Primary

7.0 6.0 Secondary

Wireless Control System

Central Site

Wireless LAN Controller

4.

5.

WAN
Remote Site-1 AP Firmware Image Remote Site-N

7.0 6.0

7.0 6.0 Secondary

6.

Primary

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Agenda
Cisco Unified Wireless Principles (Reminder)
Branches Using Remote Controllers Understanding H-REAP Mode and Limitations

Understanding AP Groups and H-REAP Groups


Designing a Resilient Network Operating an H-REAPBased Branch Network

Retail Case Study

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Customer Requirements
~1000 Medium stores (Supermarket) Up to 5 AP per store.

L2 connectivity between the AP. AP on access port (no 802.1Q trunk today)
Existing local resources (servers, )

WLAN Services :
SSID for Scanners :
WPA-PSK will be used on scanners Same SSID name for all the stores, but different key per store


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WPA/TKIP or WPA2/AES for laptops Same SSID name and VLAN for all the stores Central RADIUS authentication Central Switching
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RADIUS

WLAN 17 : Store 1
SSID=Scanner WPA-PSK=XYZ Local VLAN=native

CT-5508 Cluster

Data Center
WLAN 200 : Store-Data
SSID=Laptop WPA/RADIUS Central VLAN=Tag-

WLAN 17+N : Store-N


SSID=Scanner WPA-PSK=ZYX Local VLAN=native

WAN Store-1
Local Resource Local Resource

Store-N

1000 Stores H-REAP SSID-Scanner (Key-Store-1) SSID-Scanner (Key-Store-N) H-REAP

SSID-Laptop (WPA2)

SSID-Laptop (WPA2)

Scanners (WPA-PSK)
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RADIUS

AP Group 1 : Store 1
WLANs : Store-1 Store-data

CT-5508 Cluster

Data Center

AP Group N : Store-N
SSID=Scanner WLANs : Store-N Store-data

WAN

Store-1
Local Resource

Store-N
AP-Group-1
Local Resource

AP-Group-N

1000 Stores H-REAP SSID-Scanner (Key-Store-1) SSID-Scanner (Key-Store-N) H-REAP

SSID-Laptop (WPA2)

SSID-Laptop (WPA2)

Scanners (WPA-PSK)
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Project Scale
1000 Stores with an average of 5 AP per store : 5000 AP 10 x CT-5508-500 to support 5000 AP

1000 Stores means :


1000 WLAN profiles with 1000 same SSID for Scanners each with a different WPA2-PSK key per store (*) 1 WLAN profile with same SSID for Laptops with central switching and central WPA/Radius authentication 1000 AP Groups to map the WLAN profiles on each store

Capabilities to be supported by CT-5508-500 for this case study :


100 Stores managed by a CT-5508 100 different WLAN Profiles with same H-REAP SSID per CT 100 AP Groups per CT No H-REAP Groups for phase 1

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Summary

Summary
Cisco Unified Wireless Network based on Controllers deliver Wireless Branch Solution
H-REAP is the feature designed to solve remote connectivity and WAN constraints Several Failover Scenario are targeted to offer Survivability of Small Remote Sites

Deployment Guide URL- http://www.cisco.com/*****

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Deploying Ciscos FlexConnect Wireless Branch Solution Increases Business Resiliency

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