Cisco OnPlus is extending its service offering by providing new wireless management capabilities!
OnPlus complements Cisco’s latest Small Business Access Points, WAP 100 Series and WAP 300 Series, to provide a comprehensive wireless LAN management solution for VARs that offer, or are expanding to a managed wireless service practice and for customers looking for increased visibility and access of their wireless deployments.
Not only does OnPlus provide full support for the latest Small Business Access Points, but with the incremental 'OnPlus Wireless Management' App, it also provides additional features such as specialized Wireless Reports.
Features & Benefits
Automatic Discovery of Access Points and their wireless clients within network topology
Use OnPlus to discover and build a topology for the wireless network of the AP and associated clients
Simplifies network planning, set up and troubleshooting
Build an assets inventory with device information such as serial numbers, IP Address, MAC Address, Model Number etc for the AP and the associated clients
Saves valuable time in troubleshooting with consolidated information at fingertips
Use OnPlus to remotely push firmware
updates to the Access Points
Simplifies and automates routine maintenance
Configuration Back Up and Restore
Use OnPlus to automate ongoing
configuration backups of the Access Points and keep an archive or library in the OnPlus cloud
Saves installation time by applying pre-saved config across multiple deployments
Remote Connectivity without a static WAN address
Connect to the Access Point GUI for detailed config adds and edits
Removes hassle of VPN, firewalls, dedicated PCs for VNC sessions etc
Remote Monitoring & Alerting
Use OnPlus to set up remote monitors and be automatically alerted for Access Point status
Allows pro-active customer support
Service Contract & Warranty Information
Use OnPlus to track, display and be alerted for Cisco Product Warranty and Service Contract Status
Provides previously missed business opportunities
Install the incremental "OnPlus Wireless Management" App from the OnPlus Apps page to be able to schedule specialized, Wireless LAN reports to gain deeper insight into the wireless deployments. Read more in separate section below.
Track trends by scheduling Instantaneous, Daily, Weekly or Monthly Reports. Trends help collect necessary background info to provide accurate and ongoing guidance
Save time by automatically email reports to customers
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With the latest release, OnPlus offers a new “OnPlus Wireless Management” App for incremental wireless features such as reporting. The App accessed under “Apps” page on the customer dashboard menu. Installing the OnPlus Wireless Management App will open a new wireless dashboard exposing features specific to WLAN management, such as Reporting.
Here is a list of WLAN Management Reports and the content it brings to light -
Wireless: Access Point Summary
Access Point Summary per site
Configuration Status: IP addr, Name, Radio Status, Firmware version
Configuration Details: Model, Mac Address, Serial number, Active Firmware, Clustering
Radio Details: Radio Status, Radio Name, Radio Mac address, Wireless Mode, Radio Channel, Channel Policy, Maximum Clients, TX Power
Access Point Status History
System Up-time, Status History Graph, History data table per Access Point
Client Association History Total
Client Association History across all Access Points
Client Association History by Access Points
Number of wireless clients per SSID per Access Point, per hour/week/day
Traffic History Total
Wireless Traffic History Total for all Access Points (Transmitted, Received and Dropped Bytes)
Traffic History by Access Point
Wireless Traffic History Total per Access Point (Transmitted, Received and Dropped Bytes)
Wireless: Client Summary report
Wireless Client Summary report which shows the static data on cover page and dynamic data in a time series graph:
Active Connections by Access Point
Instantaneous Snapshot Per Access Point - Client Mac address, IP, Last Access Point Associated, Last Seen, Device Manufacturer, Connection Time
Active Traffic by Access Point
Instantaneous Snapshot Per Access Point - Client Mac address, Received, Transmitted & Dropped bytes
All reports can be scheduled instantaneously, daily, weekly or monthly
Wireless Report generation requires the OnPlus Wireless Management App to be installed
Wireless reports that were created in OnPlus release 7.1 will remain available in the report list for preview/download. However, going forward, the OnPlus Wireless Management App is required for any new data collection and so one must install the App to resume valid report generation. Since the reports now consist of several new chapters & data, it is best that one deletes the existing scheduled rule and create a new scheduled reports containing new chapter sections
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