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OmniAccess WLAN Switches


The Alcatel-Lucent OmniAccess WLAN Switch product family provides the industry's strongest integrated security feature set with the most comprehensive line of modular and workgroup WLAN systems, each designed specifically for enterprise campus, building, and branch office environments.


The Alcatel-Lucent OmniAccess WLAN Switch product family provides the industry's strongest integrated security feature set with the most comprehensive line of modular and workgroup WLAN systems, each designed specifically for enterprise campus, building, and branch office environments.
The OmniAccess WLAN Switch Family, by deployment:
•    All locations, completely scalable - OmniAccess 6000, Alcatel-Lucent’s flagship modular mobility controller, is the most scalable of its kind on the market.
•    For dense deployments - OmniAccess 4504, 4604, & 4704 access points are designed for aggregation of up to128 campus connected access points.
•    For regional headquarters - The OmniAccess 4324 delivers up to 400 Mbps of encrypted throughput.
•    For remote office applications - The OmniAccess 4308 supports up to 16 APs and hundreds of simultaneous users.
•    For branch offices, retail stores, and small business applications - The OmniAccess 4302 is centrally managed from the corporate headquarters or in a data center.
Wireless Switch Management:
The OmniAccess WLAN Switch family is managed by the OmniAccess 3600 Air Manager.
Alcatel-Lucent mobility controllers are one of the industry's highest performing and most scalable enterprise mobility platforms. The product family includes a complete line of centrally managed modular and dedicated mobility controller systems, supporting everything from home offices and branch offices to regional headquarters and campus environments.
 

Policy-based network access control: Policy based access control and business policies are translated into network controls, and violators are detected and then blocked before anything ever happens.
Universal authentication: A single authentication security system provides the means of knowing what/who are using the network.
Adaptive radio management: Removes the headaches of oldfashioned manual control of wireless devices allowing the administrator to specify performance standards.
Rogue and interfering access point detection: Automatically disables the devices by preventing users from associating with them and notifies administrator of their location for removal.
Wireless intrusion protection: Provides detection and visibility of intruders to administrators to prevent malicious wireless attacks.
Data encryption: Prevents intruders from eavesdropping on sensitive data through use of modern protocols. Network security: Processes traffic based on user identity and other parameters instead of just source/destination addresses.
Availability: Supports business critical applications that can’t tolerate downtime by providing VRRP-based hot standby, modular software design with protected memory, and automatic AP failover.
Seamless user mobility: Users are able to move freely without the need to restart sessions or re-authenticate each time they move in the campus.
Centralized management: Intuitive web-based interface provides logical organization of features, while the industry-standard command line interface allows experienced network managers to be up and running quickly. Can view both wired and wireless network elements and topologies from a single screen.
Seamless wired-wireless integration: No reconfiguration of existing network components are necessary to integrated the OmniAccess WLAN platform into the network.
Endpoint integrity: Provides facilities for client remediation, allowing out-of-spec client devices to repair themselves.