Chris Wiginton Essay
This type of model is prone to inefficient application delivery, performance bottleneck, and having a single point of failure depending on the health of the centralized WI_AN switch. Upgrading to an optimized WALL architecture, using 802. 1 In technology, provides Highbrow Deed with a scalable, efficient, high-performing wireless network. An optimized WALL architecture combines the advantages of central management and addresses the limitations of having a central wireless witch.
Optimized WALL consists of intelligent Access Points (Aps) and a WALL controller. The APS forward traffic and enforce security and parameterization policies, while the WALL controller centrally manages and controls all APs. The APS dispatch all traffic directly from source to destination without requiring a detour to the controller. The optimized WALL architecture, with its distributed traffic forwarding, will not require Highbrow Deed to significantly change their LANA backbone.
Highbrow Deed will need to upgrade their WALL infrastructure to migrate from the 802. Bib network to 802. 1 In network. However, Highbrow Deed will see an increase in productivity and enhanced collaboration solutions. The conversion to the 802. 1 In architecture will increase their area of coverage for the campus both in the structures and outdoors. 802. 1 In boosts network capacity and speed up to Mbps, and supports voice and data transfers.