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H3C-EWP-WX5002-OVS-H3

Product Description

H3C EWP-WX5002-OVS-H3 Wireless LAN Access Controller WX5002. Supports 32 to 64 APs. Alternative names: 0235A34B, 0235A34B-US, JD447B, JD447A

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Condition: New
Packaging: Retail
UPC: 6934648009238

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$4,299.00

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H3C EWP-WX5002-OVS-H3 (0235A34B) Wireless LAN Access Controller WX5002

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Features

  • Managing 802.11n APs
    H3C WX5002 series and WX6100 series can be used to manage 802.11a/b/g APs. In addition, they can be used with H3C 802.11n-based AP to provide wireless access rates equivalent to six times the wireless access rates provided by a conventional 802.11a/b/g network, enlarge coverage and deploy wireless multimedia applications.
  • Providing flexible data forwarding modes
    H3C WX5002 series and WX6100 series support both centralized forwarding and distributed forwarding. If an AC provides only centralized forwarding, although the AC can completely control packets, all wireless service flows need to be processed by the AC and thus the forwarding capability of the AC is very likely to become a bottleneck. In particular, when packets are forwarded via a wide area network (WAN), APs are deployed as data access devices in branch offices but ACs are deployed in the headquarters. If all user data is sent by APs to an AC and then the AC forwards all the user data, the forwarding efficiency of the AC will be quite low. When the 802.11n protocol is used, the traffic of the packets passing an AP can be as high as 300 Mbps and then the processing performance of the AC is more likely to become a bottleneck of the wireless system. If distributed forwarding is provided, a packet is translated by the AP into a packet in wired format and then the packet does not pass the AC. In this way, broadband access is provided for wireless packets.
    H3C WX5002 series and WX6100 series support both centralized forwarding and distributed forwarding. Users can set the forwarding mode for an SSID as needed.
  • Providing QoS profile
    In the NMS based on user authorization, a user is authenticated before accessing a network. The authorization controls the network areas that a user can access as well as the network QoS such as the access bandwidth and access priority that the user can obtain. In a network where users are moving or in a large network, the QoS profile provides a more modularized, much simpler management means that facilitates network administrators' routine management tasks.
    The administrators configure a group of policies based on a user group or a group of customized polices in the profile of each user, and allocate a profile in advance to each user group or each specific user. When the user has passed the authentication and is online, the port through which the user accesses the network dynamically sends the profile data, so that the user can dynamically obtain the network areas that he or she can access as well as the access bandwidth and access priority that he or she can obtain. When the user is offline, the configuration data of the user is removed from this port and the special access rights of the user is disabled on this port.
    The QoS profile can carry the following configuration data:
    - ACL data
    - QoS data (priority, bandwidth control, 802.1p and DSCP mark)
    - VLAN data
  • Providing user access control based on the locations of APs
    In view of security or charging, system administrators may hope to control the location that a wireless user can access in the network. H3C WX5002 series and WX6100 series support AP-based user access control. When a wireless user attempts to access the network, the authentication server may send a list of APs that the user can access to the AC, so as to control the user's access through the AC. In this way, the wireless user can access only the specified APs.
  • Providing fine wireless user management
    With MAC-based authentication and access control, a customer can configure and modify the rights of user groups on the AAA server, and can configure the rights of specific users. This fine user rights control method greatly enhances the availability of the wireless network and enables network administrators to easily allocate access rights to various levels of users or user groups.
    The MAC-based VLAN function is also a distinct feature of H3C WX5002 series and WX6100 series. In terms of control policies, administrators can allocate users (MAC addresses) of the same nature to the same VLAN and configure VLAN-based security policies on the AC. This simplifies system configuration and provides management at a user-level granularity.

Specifications

Network interconnection:802.3 LAN protocol:
802.3x, 802.1p, 802.1q, 802.1x
Port Loopback
Port Broadcast Storm Suppression
802.11 LAN protocol:
802.11, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11a, 802.11e, 802.11n (draft2.0)
Supporting transmission rate selection
Supporting channel selection
Supporting the setting of the maximum transmit power
Supporting Mesh (Mesh Link, Mesh Security)
CAPWAP:
Supporting the CAPWAP
Supporting IPv6
Supporting L2/L3 network topology
TCP, UDP, IP Option
IP application:
Ping, Trace, DHCP Server, DHCP Client, DNS client, DNS Static, NTP, Telnet, TFTP Client, FTP Client, FTP Server
IP route:
Static route management
Multicast:
Supporting IGMP Snooping
Supporting MLD Snooping
IPv6:
Basic IPv6 functions, ND, PMTU, FIB, ACL
IPv6 static route management
Network security:Access control:
Supporting AP-based VLAN allocation to an SSID
Security authentication:
MAC address authentication, 802.1x authentication (EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-PEAP, EAP-SIM & EAP-MD5), portal authentication/local portal authentication, PPPoE authentication
AAA:
Local authentication, Radius/local Radius server authentication, HWTacacs
802.11 security and encryption:
Supporting 802.11i, WPA, WEP (WEP64/WEP128), TKIP and CCMP
WIDS/WIPS:
Intrusion detection of illegal APs, whitelist, blacklist, and wireless protocol attack defense
Other security protocols:
Supporting SSH V1.5/2.0
Supporting WAPI
RF management:Auto adjustment of AP power:
Supported
Auto channel switching:
Supported. Auto avoidance is also supported
AP load sharing:
Based on traffic or the number of users
Reliability:Multi-AC backup
100 ms service hot backup
1+1 power backup
QOS:L2 QoS:
SP, Flow-base QOS Policy, Port-Based Mirroring, Packet Remarking, Priority Mapping, Port Trust Mode, Port Priority, Flow Filter, Flow Control & Backpressure
Traffic Policing:
Supporting Committed Access Rate (CAR)
Supporting Line Rate (LR)
Congestion management:
FIFO, PQ, CQ, WFQ, CBQ, RTPQ
Wireless QoS:
Supporting WMM (802.11e)
Maintainability:Network management:
SNMP V1/V2c/V3, MIB, SYSLOG, RMON
Local management:
Command line management
File system management
Dual Image
Quick Start
User access management:
Supporting login via the console interface
Supporting login via Telnet (VTY)
Supporting login via SSH
Supporting login via FTP
Supporting MAC-based guest VLAN for wireless users
Interface:
10/ 100Bas-e-TX - 1
10/100/1000Base-TX - 2
1000Base-SFP - 2(Combo)
10GBase-XFP - 0
Console - 1
Number of APs that can be managed:Baseline number: 32
Maximum number: 64 (by upgrading the license)
License step: 32
Dimensions (WxHxD):440 mm x 300 mm x 43.6 mm