There’s been a lot of buzz around our recent Cisco Unified Access Solution announcement. We understand there is also some confusion around what’s what, what’s required for Unified Access, and what the impact will be on IT.
Myth 2: The Cisco Unified Access Solution will negatively impact network and application performance.
False. The release of the Cisco Catalyst 3850 delivers industry-leading performance with up to 40Gbps. wireless throughput per switch for industry leading 160Gbps in a four member stack. For wireless-only deployments the Cisco 5760 Wireless LAN controller delivers the industry’s highest performance in a 1RU controller with 60Gbps. throughput.
Hello All, I am running with SecureCRT version 8.7.0.While I try to do SSH via putty, it works fine for CIsco 8540WLC running on code 8.10.1120 but while I used secure CRT, it fails with below message:SSHv2 to other devices works fine though.Is there...
Hello As CAPWAP AP, the AP1701 gives maximum of 400 Mbps data rates to the clients. But when we set the AP1701 as Autonomous, it gives maximum of 144 Mbps only. How can I get 400 Mbps in Autonomous mode ? ThanksCleetus
Hello Cisco community,I need ur help. I have EPC3925 router/modem problem. I searched for hours but i just cant find bandwidth control on 192.168.0.1 site. I need to set net speed (per ip) of some users on my wifi network. I've done that easly on the othe...
HI guys,I got a 5520 Wireless LAN Controller with 22.214.171.124trying to connect AIR-AP2802I-K9 with running image 126.96.36.199just to let you know I have connected them on a local switch on a testing environment as im using this for a bigger project i...
If someone elects not to purchase/renew the ECMU maintenance on their AP licensing currently tied to a WLC (5520 in this case), what exactly can happen? Will Cisco refuse support it a TAC case is opened on the WLC?