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 document explains about the Prime Infrastructure WorkFlow for Converged Access. There are 3 WorkFlows (Small network, Large network and Centralized network deployment). This section shows the single switch Small Branch flow.
Below is a reference topology and deployment scenario
The WorkFlow helps deploy the above mentioned features. With just a few clicks you can deploy multiple branch networks with all the wired / wireless best practices for Converged Access.
What is achieved?
Some of the benefits of using the WorkFlow includes --
Simple to use
Masks the configuration complexity
covers most of the deployment scenarios
configure onces, use many times model
intelligence and best practices inbuilt in the tool
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