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IUWVN

Implementing Cisco
Unified Wireless
Voice Networks
Course Administration Guide
Version 1.0

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IUWVN

Course Management

Overview
The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks version 1.0 (IUWVN v1.0) course is
a five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course designed to help learners prepare for the Cisco
CCNP® wireless certification, a professional-level certification specializing in the wireless
field. The IUWVN course is a component of the proposed CCNP wireless curriculum. The
IUWVN course is designed to give learners a firm understanding of how to integrate voice over
wireless LAN (VoWLAN) services into the wireless LAN (WLAN) and be able to implement
VoWLAN, quality of service (QoS), and high-bandwidth applications into the wireless
network. The IUWVN training class reinforces the instruction by providing learners with
hands-on labs.

Outline
The Course Management section of the Course Administration Guide includes these topics:
Overview
Course Instruction Details
Course Evaluations
Equipment List
Course Delta Information

Course Version
This is the original release of the course named Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice
Networks version 1.0 (IUWVN v1.0).

Course Objectives
Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
Implement QoS for wireless applications using the best-practices guidelines
Describe evolution of voice from traditional through VoIP architecture and finally into
VoWLAN.
Implement a VoWLAN network infrastructure
Implement multicast in a wireless network
Configure the wireless infrastructure for video and high-bandwidth applications

Target Audience
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
Network engineers
Network administrators
Network managers
Systems engineers

The primary audience is formed of individuals involved in the technical handling of Cisco
platforms and solutions, namely installing, configuring, operating, and troubleshooting. This is
a somewhat arbitrary decision to cover only theses areas because many people with Cisco
certifications are called on to provide advice in network planning and design as well. In this
report, the target audience will be referred to generically as “technicians.”

The secondary audience for this course is as follows:


Network designers
Project managers

Learner Skills and Knowledge


The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE)

It is also recommended that learners considered for this training have a basic knowledge of the
following:
Cisco Lifecycle Services
Wireless standards (IEEE)
Wireless regulator environment (FCC, ETSI, and so on)
Wireless certification organization (Wi-Fi Alliance)

Learners considered for this training will have demonstrated competencies (knowledge, skills,
and attitudes) equivalent to the following:
Basic computer literacy, including the use of general office software such as Microsoft
Word and Microsoft Excel
Basic Windows navigation and keyboard literacy skills
Basic Internet usage skills
Basic email usage skills

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Course Instruction Details
This topic provides the information that you need to prepare the course materials and set up the
classroom environment.

Instructor Requirements
To teach this course, instructors must have attended the following training or completed the
following requirements:
Be an active Cisco Certified Systems Instructor in good standing
Attend a Train the Trainer (TTT) or attend the IUWVN v1.0 course as a learner in a class
facilitated by a qualified Cisco Certified Systems Instructor
Pass an Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks exam #642-741 at the
Instructor pass score

Note Submit questions concerning instructor certification to icad@external.cisco.com.

Classroom Reference Materials


These items should be available for the learner during the course:
Student Guide
Lab Guide
Course Evaluation Form

Class Environment
This information describes recommended class size and classroom setup:
Room set up classroom style with chairs and tables large enough for 16 learners
Eight pairs of chairs sharing access to eight laptops
Projector to display course PowerPoint slides and projection screen as needed
Sufficient power for all equipment
For local labs, rack and floor space to locate all equipment

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Course Flow
This is the suggested course schedule. You may make adjustments based on the skills,
knowledge, and preferences of the learners in attendance. The presentation of all topics is
optional for noncertification offerings, but you are encouraged to use them because they are
designed to reinforce the lesson concepts and ensure that learners apply some of the concepts.

Day 1: Course Introduction, Identifying General Considerations for Wired and Wireless QoS,
Describing Wireless QoS Deployment Schemes, Configuring the Controller and Cisco WCS for
QoS, Configuring the Wired Infrastructure for QoS.

8:00–8:30 Course Introduction


(0800–0830)
8:30–10:20 Identifying General Considerations for Wired and
(0830–1020) Wireless QoS
10:20–10:30 Break
(1020–1030)

10:30–11:30 Identifying General Considerations for Wired and


(1030–1130) Wireless QoS (Cont.)
11:30–12:00 Describing Wireless QoS Deployment Schemes
(1130–1200)
12:00–1:00 Lunch
(1200–1300)
1:00–1:45 Configuring the Controller and Cisco WCS for QoS
(1300–1345)
1:45–3:00 Lab 1-1
(1345–1500)
3:00–3:15 Break
(1500–1515)
3:15-5:00 Configuring the Wired Infrastructure for QoS
(1515-1700)
5:00 (1700) Day ends

Day 2: Configuring the Wired Infrastructure for QoS (Cont.), Understanding Current Best Practice
Guidelines, Describing the evolution of Voice Architecture, Describing VoWLAN Call Flow,
Designing Wireless for Voice.

8:00–8:30 Review of Day 1


(0800–0830)

8:30–9:00 Configuring the Wired Infrastructure for QoS (Cont.)


(0830–0900)
9:00–9:30 Lab 1-2
(0900–0930)
9:30-10:15 Understanding Current Best-Practice Guidelines
(0930-1015)

10:15-10:30 Break
(1015-1030)
10:30-11:30 Lab 1-3
(1030-1130)
11:30-12:00 Describing the Evolution of Voice Architecture
(1130-1200)

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12:00–1:00 Lunch
(1200–1300)

1:00–1:50 Describing the Evolution of Voice Architecture (Cont.)


(1300–1350)
1:50–3:00 Describing VoWLAN Call Flow
(1350–1500)
3:00-3:10 Break
(1500-1510)

3:10–5:00 Designing Wireless for Voice


(1510–1700)
5:00 (1700) Day ends

Day 3: Designing Wireless for Voice, Verifying Voice Readiness, Describing Hardware and
Software Requirements for VoIP, Configuring a WLAN for Voice, Configuring Infrastructure
Devices for End-to-End Voice over Wireless, Configuring Wireless Client Devices.

8:00–8:30 Review of Day 2


(0800–0830)
8:30–9:20 Designing Wireless for Voice (Cont.)
(0830–0920)

9:20-9:30 Break
(0920-0930)
9:30-10:15 Verifying Voice Readiness
(0930-1015)
10:15–12:00 Lab 2-1
(1015–1200)

12:00–1:00 Lunch
(1200–1300)
1:00–1:30 Describing Hardware and Software Requirements for
(1300–1330) VoIP
1:30–2:50 Configuring a WLAN for Voice
(1330–1450)

2:50-3:00 Break
(1450-1500)
3:00-4:00 Configuring Infrastructure Devices for End-to-End Voice
(1500-1600) over Wireless
4:00–5:00 Configuring Wireless Client Devices
(1600–1700)
5:00 (1700) Day ends

Day 4: Troubleshooting VoWLAN, Understanding General Multicast Concepts, Describing


Implications for Multicast in 802.11, Configuring Multicast in a Wireless Network.

8:00–8:30 Review of Day 3


(0800–0830)
8:30–9:30 Lab 3-1
(0830–0930)

9:30-9:40 Break
(0930-0940)
9:40-10:00 Lab 3-2
(0940-1000)

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10:00–11:00 Lab 3-3
(1000–1100)

11:00–12:00 Troubleshooting VoWLAN


(1100–1200)
12:00–1:00 Lunch
(1200–1300)
1:00–2:00 Lab 3-4
(1300–1400)

2:00–2:50 Understanding General Multicast Concepts


(1400–1450)
2:50–3:00 Break
(1450–1500)
3:00-4:15 Describing Implications for Multicast in 802.11
(15000-1615)

4:15–5:00 Configuring Multicast in a Wireless Network


(1615–1700)
5:00 (1700) Day ends

Day 5: Troubleshooting Multicast in a Wireless Network, Implementing QoS for Latency-Sensitive


Applications, Determining Bandwidth Requirements and Preparing the Controller for Video,
Describing Benefits of 802.11n for Video

8:00–8:30 Review of Day 4


(0800–0830)
8:30–9:20 Troubleshooting Multicast in a Wireless Network
(0830–0920)

9:20-9:30 Break
(0920-0930)
9:30–10:20 Lab 4-1
(0930–1020)
10:20-11:30 Implementing QoS for Latency-Sensitive Applications
(1020-1130)

11:30–12:00 Determining Bandwidth Requirements and Preparing the


(1130–1200) Controller for Video
12:00–1:00 Lunch
(1200–1300)
1:00–1:30 Determining Bandwidth Requirements and Preparing the
(1300–1330) Controller for Video (Cont.)

1:30–2:30 Lab 5-1


(1330–1430)
2:30–2:40 Break
(1330–1440)
2:40-3:30 Describing Benefits of 802.11n for Video
(1440-1530)

3:30–4:30 Lab 5-2


(1530–1630)
4:30–5:00 Wrap-up
(1630–1700)

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High-Level Course Outline
This subtopic provides an overview of how the course is organized. The course contains these
components:
Course Introduction
Implementation of QoS for Wireless Applications
Voice over Wireless Architecture
Implementation of VoWLAN
Implementation of Multicast over Wireless
Preparation of the Wireless Network for Video and High-Bandwidth Applications
Lab Guide

Detailed Course Outline


This in-depth outline of the course structure lists each module, lesson, and topic.

Course Introduction
The Course Introduction provides learners with the course objectives and prerequisite learner
skills and knowledge. The Course Introduction presents the course flow diagram and the icons
that are used in the course illustrations and figures. This course component also describes the
curriculum for this course, providing learners with the information that they need to make
decisions regarding their specific learning path.
Overview
— Learner Skills and Knowledge
Course Goal and Objectives
Course Flow
Additional References
— Cisco Glossary of Terms
Your Training Curriculum

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Module 1: Implementation of QoS for Wireless Applications
Upon completing this module, you will be able to implement QoS for wireless applications.

Lesson 1: Identifying General Considerations for Wired and Wireless QoS


This lesson defines how to identify general considerations for end-to-end QoS. Upon
completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe QoS
Describe classification and marking
Describe trust boundary
Describe congestion management
Describe congestion avoidance
Describe policing and shaping
Describe link efficiency mechanisms
Describe where each QoS feature is used
Describe congestion in the wireless space
Describe the 802.11 DCF mechanism
Describe 802.11e
Describe WMM
Describe 802.11e, 802.1p, and DSCP mapping

The lesson includes these topics:


QoS Overview
Classification and Marking
Trust Boundary
Congestion Management
Congestion Avoidance
Policing And Shaping
Link Efficiency Mechanisms
QoS in the Network
Congestion in Wireless Cells
802.11 DCF
Describing the 80211E Protocol
Describing WMM Implementations
802.11e, 802.1p, and DSC Mapping

The lesson includes this activity:


Lab 1-1: Configuring QoS on the Controller

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Lesson 2: Describing Wireless QoS Deployment Schemes
This lesson defines how to describe wireless QoS deployment schemes. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe QoS parameters for the wireless network.
Describe the differences between upstream and downstream QoS
Describe how QoS affects network performance.

This lesson includes these topics:


QoS Parameters
Upstream And Downstream QoS
QoS and Network Performance

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 1-2: Configuring End-to-End QoS on a Router

Lesson 3: Configuring the Controller and Cisco WCS for QoS


This lesson defines how to configure the controller and Cisco WCS for QoS. Upon completing
this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Assign a QoS profile to a WLAN on a controller
Configure QoS profiles on a controller
Configure voice parameters on the controller.
Configure EDCA support on the controller.
Configure QoS roles on a controller
Configure QoS templates on the Cisco WCS.

This lesson includes these topics:


Assign a Cisco WLC QoS Profile to a WLAN on a Controller
Configure Cisco WLC QoS Profiles
Configure Cisco WLC Voice Parameters
Configure Cisco WLC EDCA Support
Configure Cisco WLC QoS Roles
Configure QoS Using Cisco WCS

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 1-3: Capturing and Analyzing QoS Parameters

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Lesson 4: Configuring the Controller and Cisco WCS for QoS
This lesson defines how to configure the wired infrastructure for QoS. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Use the modular QoS CLI
Describe the modular QoS CLI components
Describe class maps
Configure and monitor class maps
Configure and monitor policy maps
Attach service policies to interfaces
Configure typical QoS queuing mechanisms
Describe QoS on a switch
Configure QoS on a switch
Monitor QoS on a switch
This lesson includes these topics:
Modular QoS CLI
Modular QoS CLI Components
Class Maps
Configure and Monitor Class Maps
Policy Maps
Configure and Monitor Policy Maps
Service Policy
Attach Service Policies to Interfaces
Policy Map Examples
QoS on a Switch
Configure QoS on a Switch
Monitor QoS on a Switch

Lesson 5: Understanding Current Best Practice Guidelines


This lesson defines how to understand the current best practices for QoS over wireless
implementations. Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe how frame sizes affect throughput on the wireless side.
Configure QoS on a switch linking APs to the controller
Describe CAPWAP traffic classification
Evaluate CAPWAP traffic volume and its effect on your network.
Manipulate CAPWAP marking

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This lesson includes these topics:
Throughput
Switch QoS Configuration
CAPWAP Traffic Classification
CAPWAP Traffic Volumes
CAPWAP Marking Manipulation

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Module 2: Voice over Wireless Architecture
Upon completing this module, you will be able to describe voice over wireless architecture.

Lesson 1: Describing the evolution of Voice Architecture


This lesson defines how to describe traditional voice architecture. Upon completing this lesson,
the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe traditional voice networks
Describe how voice is integrated into the data flow with VoIP.

This lesson includes these topics:


Traditional Voice Network
VoIP Network

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 2-1: Managing the WLAN from Cisco WCS

Lesson 2: Describing VoWLAN Call Flow


This lesson defines how to describe voice traffic in a wireless network environment. Upon
completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe how a wireless VoIP call is set up and how data flows between endpoints
Describe wireless VoIP protocols and standards
Describe the main hardware and software components involved in wireless VoIP
communication
Describe some wireless VoIP phones

This lesson includes these topics:


Call Setup and Data Flow
VoIP over Wireless Protocols
Infrastructure Hardware and Software Components
Wireless IP Phones

Lesson 3: Designing Wireless for Voice


This lesson defines how to describe what wireless networks are and what topologies are built.
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe the general site survey guidelines for VoWLAN
Describe RF design guidelines for VoWLANs
Describe combined WLAN services

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Describe VoWLAN security
Describe VoWLAN roaming
Describe the benefits of Cisco Compatible Extensions for VoWLAN roaming
Describe controller position and configuration parameters for VoWLAN optimal roaming
Describe campus design requirements for supporting VoWLANs
Describe voice support in mesh networks
This lesson includes these topics:
General Site Survey Guidelines
RF Design Guidelines
Combinations of WLAN Services
Voice over WLAN Security
Voice over WLAN Roaming
Cisco Compatible Extensions for VoWLANs
WLAN Controller Configuration and Design
Campus Network Design
Voice Support in Mesh Environments

Lesson 4: Verifying Voice Readiness


This lesson defines how to verify if your wireless network is ready for voice deployment. Upon
completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Use the Cisco WCS Voice Readiness tool
Conduct a postdeployment site survey
Use the AirMagnet VoFi Analyzer

This lesson includes these topics:


Cisco WCS Voice Readiness Tool
Postdeployment Site Survey
AirMagnet VoFi Analyzer

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Module 3: Implementation of VoWLAN
Upon completing this module, you will be able to implement voice over wireless architecture.

Lesson 1: Describing Hardware and Software Requirements for VoIP


This lesson defines how to describe voice hardware and software requirements for VoWLAN.
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe Call Control features
Describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
Describe dial plans
Describe Unified Mobility Solutions for single-number reach

This lesson includes these topics:


Call Admission Control
Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
Dial Plan
Cisco Unified Mobility Solutions

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 3-1: Verifying the Network Infrastructure and Placing a Call

Lesson 2: Configuring a WLAN for Voice


This lesson defines how to configure a WLAN for voice. Upon completing this lesson, the
learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Configure the WLAN itself for voice support
Configure global voice parameters for the controller
Configure other WLAN parameters that impact voice traffic
Configure RRM
Configure data Rates
Configure WLAN security

This lesson includes these topics:


Wireless LAN

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Voice Parameters
Additional Controller Parameters
Auto-RF and RRM
Data Rate Configuration
WLAN Security

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 3-2: Working with Profiles

Lesson 3: Configuring Infrastructure Devices for End-to-End Voice over Wireless


This lesson defines how to configure infrastructure devices for end-to-end voice over wireless.
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Configure DHCP server options
Configure DNS server information
Verify basic Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration for VoWLAN support
Verify basic Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express configuration for VoWLAN
support
Secure the voice infrastructure
Secure the WLAN
Secure access to the network with the Cisco Secure ACS

This lesson includes these topics:


DHCP Server Options
DNS Option
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Basic Configuration and Verification
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Basic Configuration and Verification
Voice Infrastructure Security
WLAN Security
Network Infrastructure Security

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 3-3: Configuring Wireless Security for Voice Devices

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Lesson 4: Configuring Wireless Client Devices
This lesson defines how to identify general considerations for end-to-end QoS. Upon
completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G startup process
Describe the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G web interface
Configure the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G handset
Configure Vocera VoWLAN deployments
Configure SpectraLink VoWLAN deployments
Configure Nokia VoWLAN deployments

This lesson includes these topics:


Wireless IP Phone 7921G Startup Process
Wireless IP Phone 7921G USB Web Interface
Wireless IP Phone 7921G Implementation for Voice over WLAN
Voice over WLAN Vocera Implementation
Voice over WLAN SpectraLink Implementation
Voice over WLAN Nokia Implementation

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 3-4: Conducting a VoWLAN Survey

Lesson 5: Troubleshooting VoWLAN


This lesson defines how to troubleshoot VoWLANs. Upon completing this lesson, the learner
will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe controller tools
Describe Cisco WCS tools
Describe Spectrum Intelligence
Describe third-party tools
Troubleshoot common VoWLAN issues

This lesson includes these topics:


Controller Tools
Cisco WCS Tools
Spectrum Intelligence
Third-Party Tools
Troubleshooting Common Issues

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Module 4: Implementation of Multicast over Wireless
Upon completing this module, you will be able to implement multicast over wireless.

Lesson 1: Understanding General Multicast Concepts


This lesson defines how to describe the general multicast concepts. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe multicast
Describe IP Multicast addresses
Describe IGMP
Describe multicast in Layer 2 switching
Describe protocols used in multicast
Describe multicast distribution trees
Describe IP multicast routing
Describe PIM
Describe PIM-DM
Describe PIM-SM

This lesson includes these topics:


Multicast Overview
IP Multicast Addresses
Internet Group Management Protocol versions 1, 2, and 3
Multicast in Layer 2 Switching
Protocols Used in Multicast
Multicast Distribution Trees
Introduction to IP Multicast Routing
Introduction to PIM
PIM-DM Description
PIM-SM Description

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 4-1: Configuring the Wireless Network for Multicast

Lesson 2: Describing Implications for Multicast in 802.11


This lesson defines how to describe the implications of multicast in wireless networks. Upon
completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe the multicast delivery method between controllers and access points

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Describe multicast join and leave processes
Describe multicast delivery mechanisms
Describe the impact of roaming on multicast traffic
Describe multicast deployment considerations
Describe additional considerations related to multicast in wireless networks
Describe multicast in mesh networks
Describe mobility multicast messaging

This lesson includes these topics:


Multicast Delivery Method
Multicast IGMP: Join and Leave
Multicast Delivery
Multicast and Roaming
Multicast Deployment Considerations
Additional Considerations
Multicast in Mesh Networks
Mobility Multicast Messaging

Lesson 3: Configuring Multicast in a Wireless Network


This lesson defines how to configure multicast in a wireless network. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Enable multicast on a controller
Configure IGMP snooping on a controller
Monitor multicast groups on a controller
Configure Mandatory Data Rates for multicast
Configure Broadcast Forwarding on a controller
Configure Mobility Multicast Messaging

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Configure multicast for mesh networks
Configure a router PIM sparse or sparse-dense mode

This lesson includes these topics:


How to Enable Multicast on a WLC
How to Configure IGMP Snooping on a WLC
How to Monitor Multicast Group on a WLC
How to Configure Mandatory Data Rates
How to Configure Multicast and Broadcast
How to Configure Multicast for Mesh Networks
How to Configure Mobility Multicast Messaging
How to Configure a Router for PIM Sparse or Dense Mode

Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Multicast in a Wireless Network


This lesson defines how to troubleshoot multicast in a wireless network. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Use basic router multicast troubleshooting tools
Verify router IGMP groups
Verify switch IGMP snooping
Verify and troubleshoot controller multicast

This lesson includes these topics:


Router Multicast Troubleshooting Tools
Router IGMP Troubleshooting Tools
Switch IGMP Troubleshooting Tools
Controller Troubleshooting Multicast Tools

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Module 5: Preparation of the Wireless Network for Video and High-Bandwidth
Applications
Upon completing this module, you will be able to prepare the wireless network for Video and
high-bandwidth applications.

Lesson 1: Implementing QoS for Latency-Sensitive Applications


This lesson defines how to implement QoS for latency-sensitive applications. Upon completing
this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe the Cisco QoS Toolset
Describe how QoS can be optimally deployed within an enterprise

This lesson includes these topics:


Cisco QoS Tools
How to Deploy QoS Optimally Within an Enterprise

This lesson includes this activity:


Lab 5-1: Creating a Video WLAN

Lesson 2: Determining Bandwidth Requirements and Preparing the Controller for Video
This lesson defines how to determine bandwidth requirements for high-bandwidth applications.
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe bandwidth calculation
Describe the impact of changing payload sizes
Configure the controller for video applications

This lesson includes these topics:


Bandwidth Calculation
Impact of Changing Payload Sizes
Configuring the Controller for Video

This lesson includes this activity:


Testing Video WLAN and Multicast

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Lesson 3: Describing the Benefits of 802.11n for Video
This lesson defines how to describe benefits of 802.11n for Video. Upon completing this
lesson, the learner will be able to meet these objectives:
Describe the benefits of 802.11n for bandwidth-intensive applications
Describe 802.11n technology
Describe 802.11n design and deployment guidelines
Configure a controller for 802.11n

This lesson includes these topics:


Benefits of 802.11n for Bandwidth-Intensive Applications
802.11n Technology
802.11n Design and Deployment Guidelines
802.11n Configuration

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Course Evaluations
Cisco uses a post-course evaluation system, Metrics That Matter (MTM), for its instructor-led
courses. The instructor must ensure that each student is aware of the confidential evaluation
process and that all learners submit an evaluation for each course. There are two options for
learners to complete the evaluation.

For Classes with Internet Access


A URL will be made available, specific to each Cisco Learning Partner. Obtain the URL from
your MTM system administrator before the last day of class.
1. Upon completion of the course, instruct the learners to enter the URL into their browser.

2. Make sure that the learners input their email address (used only for a follow-up evaluation).

Note Sixty days following a learning event, learners will receive a brief follow-up evaluation, and,
again, responses will be kept confidential. Email addresses will not be used for marketing
purposes. (If learners do not have email addresses, they may type in a “dummy” address.)

3. Instruct the learners to select the appropriate course from the drop-down list.
4. Instruct the learners to complete the course evaluation and click Submit once only.
5. Advise the learners to wait for “Thank you” to appear on the screen before leaving.

For Classes Without Internet Access


A paper-based version of the post-course evaluation is available. Your MTM system
administrator can provide you with copies.
1. Distribute paper-based evaluations at the beginning of the last day of class.
2. Instruct the learners to complete the survey only after completing the course.

3. Collect the evaluations and submit them to your MTM system administrator.

To View Evaluation Results


To view your post-course evaluation results:
1. Go to www.metricsthatmatter.com/client. (Reminder: All data is confidential; you will see
only your own data.)

2. Log in using your ID and the password sent to you from MTM or provided by your
company MTM system administrator to ensure confidentiality.
3. Choose Menu Option – Learner Evaluation Reports:

— Evaluation Retrieval Tool


— Class Evaluation Summary Report
4. Search for and select the appropriate class.

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Lab Setup

Overview
The purpose of the “Lab Setup” section is to assist in the setup and configuration of the training
equipment for Implementing Cisco Wireless Voice Networks (IUWVN) v1.0 course. This section
includes these topics:
Lab Topology
Hardware and Software Requirements
Workstation Configuration
Lab Equipment Configuration
General Lab Setup
Lab 1-1: Configuring QoS on the Controller
Lab 1-2: End-to-End QoS on a Rrouter
Lab 1-3: Capturing and Analyzing QoS Parameters
Lab 2-1: Managing the WLAN from Cisco WCS
Lab 3-1: Verifying the Network Infrastructure and Placing a Call
Lab 3-2: Working with Profiles
Lab 3-3: Configuring Wireless Security for Voice Devices
Lab 3-4: Conducting a VoWLAN Survey
Lab 4-1: Configuring the Wireless Network for Multicast
Lab 5-1: Creating a Video WLAN
Lab 5-2: Testing Video WLAN and Multicast
Configuration Files Summary
Lab Activity Solutions
Teardown and Restoration

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Lab Topology
This topic describes the lab topology for Implementing Cisco Wireless Voice Networks
(IUWVN) v1.0.

This view is limited to two pods for clarity. Eight pods are expected in the Lab Setup. There is
only one server in the lab, one Cisco 4402 Wireless LAN Controller, but eight Cisco 2106
WLCs, and nine Cisco Aironet 1252 Access Points.

Lab Topology, backbone view:

Lab Topology, Backbone View

Cisco

Catalyst Aironet
3560E 1252 AP
24 ports

Pod Laptop with


IntelPro a/b/g/n
wireless NIC +
AirPcap USB
dongle

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The figure shows the student pod view of the lab topology.

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Lab Topology, Student Pod View
Cisco
Class Aironet
1252 AP

Cisco WLC
2106 Aironet
1252 AP Pod Laptop with
IntelPro a/b/g/n
wireless NIC +
AirPcap USB
dongle

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The figure shows the lab topology switch connections.

Lab Topology, Connections

Aironet Aironet Aironet


1252 AP 1252 AP 1252 AP

Aironet 1252 AP
Aironet
1252 AP

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The class backbone is organized around a Catalyst 3560E Layer 3 switch, used to provide layer
2 and layer 3 connectivity between pods. It is also used as a DHCP server. The class
management subnet (10.10.50.0/24) contains a Cisco 4402 WLC and a class Aironet 1252
access point, used to provide wireless connectivity to all pods laptops, and perform one of the
labs where a 4402 platform is required. The data subnet also contains a Cisco WCS Server and
a Cisco Secure ACS. The class Voice subnet (10.10.60.0/24) contains a Cisco Unified
Communications manager Express and a Cisco 7940 IP Phone. The following table
summarizes the class core devices information:

Core Devices

Device
Name Assigned Network Address, Additional
Device Name Abbreviation Pod Interface Mask /24 Information

Cisco Catalyst C3560E N/A N/A 10.10.50.1


3560E Series
Switch

Cisco WLC 4402 N/A N/A 10.10.50.10 AP manager


Class 4402 interface,
controller 10.10.50.11

Cisco Aironet 1252-0 N/A NIC DHCP


Class 1252
Access Point

Cisco Unified CUCME N/A N/A 10.10.60.60


Communications
Manager
Express

Cisco Unified 7940 N/A N/A DHCP


Wireless IP
Phone 7940

Cisco Secure ACS N/A N/A 10.10.50.5


Access Control
Server v 4.2

Cisco WCS WCS N/A N/A 10.10.50.100


server

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Each pod comprises a 2106 WLC, one 1252 AP, one laptop and two 7921 phones. The
following table lists the required workgroup devices for an 8 pod class:

Workgroup Devices

Device Name Network


Abbreviation Assigned Address, Additional
Device Name Pod Interface mask /24 Information

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-1 1 1 10.10.51.10/ AP Manager


1 24 10.10.51.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-1 1 NIC DHCP


Point group 1

Laptop group 1 Laptop 1 1 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-1a 1 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 1

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-1b 1 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 1

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-2 2 1 10.10.52.10/ AP Manager


2 24 10.10.52.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-2 2 NIC DHCP


Point group 2

Laptop group 2 Laptop 2 2 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-2a 2 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 2

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-2b 2 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 2

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-3 3 1 10.10.53.10/ AP Manager


3 24 10.10.53.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-3 3 NIC DHCP


Point group 3

Laptop group 3 Laptop 3 3 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-3a 3 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 3

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-3b 3 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 3

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-4 4 1 10.10.54.10/ AP Manager


4 24 10.10.54.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-4 4 NIC DHCP


Point group 4

Laptop group 4 Laptop 4 4 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-4a 4 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 4

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-4b 4 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 4

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-5 5 1 10.10.55.10/ AP Manager


5 24 10.10.55.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-5 5 NIC DHCP

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Device Name Network
Abbreviation Assigned Address, Additional
Device Name Pod Interface mask /24 Information
Point group 5

Laptop group 5 Laptop 5 5 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-5a 5 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 5

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-5b 5 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 5

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-6 6 1 10.10.56.10/ AP Manager


6 24 10.10.56.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-6 6 NIC DHCP


Point group 6

Aironet 1252 Access Laptop 6 6 WNIC DHCP


Point group 6

Laptop group 6 7921G-6a 6 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-6b 6 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 6

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-7 7 1 10.10.57.10/ AP Manager


7 24 10.10.57.11/24

Wireless IP Phone 1252-7 7 NIC DHCP


7921 group 7

Laptop group 7 Laptop 7 7 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-7a 7 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 7

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-7b 7 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 7

Cisco 2106 WLC pod 2106-8 8 1 10.10.58.10/ AP Manager


8 24 10.10.58.11/24

Aironet 1252 Access 1252-8 8 NIC DHCP


Point group 8

Laptop group 8 Laptop 8 8 WNIC DHCP

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-8a 8 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 8

Wireless IP Phone 7921G-8b 8 WNIC DHCP


7921 group 8

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C3560E Cabling

VLAN Interface Remote Device Interface Remarks

TR Gi0/0/1 2106-1 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/2 2106-2 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/3 2106-3 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/4 2106-4 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/5 2106-5 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/6 2106-6 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/7 2106-7 1 TRUNK

TR Gi0/0/8 2106-8 1 TRUNK

51 Gi0/0/9 1252-1 NIC

52 Gi0/0/10 1252-2 NIC

53 Gi0/0/11 1252-3 NIC

54 Gi0/0/12 1252-4 NIC

55 Gi0/0/13 1252-5 NIC

56 Gi0/0/14 1252-6 NIC

57 Gi0/0/15 1252-7 NIC

58 Gi0/0/16 1252-8 NIC

1 Gi0/0/17

1 Gi0/0/18

1 Gi0/0/19

50 Gi0/0/20 1252-0 NIC

50 Gi0/0/21 ACS NIC

50 Gi0/0/22 WCS NIC

TR Gi0/0/23 4402 1

60 Gi0/0/24 CUCME f0/0

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3560E IP Addresses

VLAN IP address Mask Remarks

50 10.10.50.1 /24

51 10.10.51.1 /24

52 10.10.52.1 /24

53 10.10.53.1 /24

54 10.10.54.1 /24

55 10.10.55.1 /24

56 10.10.56.1 /24

57 10.10.57.1 /24

58 10.10.58.1 /24

60 10.10.60.1 /24

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Hardware and Software Requirements
Hardware List
The hardware listed in the following table is suggested for this learning product.

Description Mfr. Part Number Total


Qty.

Classroom Network Equipment

Ethernet Laptop Server (Windows 2003 Various HW Vendor Dependant 2


Server; 4-GB memory minimum; 2.0+
GHz processor, 10/100 Ethernet) –
used for Cisco Secure ACS and Cisco
WCS software

Cisco 4402-12 WLC (configured by Cisco AIR-WLC4402-12-K9 1


learners)

1000BASE-T SFP for Cisco 4402 WLC Cisco GLC-T 1

Catalyst 3650 E switch with 24 POE Cisco 1


ports WS-C3650E-24PS-E
HW+SW Cisco Unified Communications Cisco CISCO2811-CCME/K9 1
Manager Express
MEM2811-256U512D
MEM2800-128U256CF

Aironet 1252 a/b/g/n Access Point Cisco AIR-LAP1252-X-K9 1


(shared AP access)

Cisco Unified P Phone 7940G Cisco CP-7940G 1

Category 5 cable Various N/A 8

Student PODs (8 pods 2learners per pod)

Cisco 2106 WLC (1 per pod) Cisco AIR-WLC2106-K9 8

Aironet 1252 a/b/g/n Access Point (1 Cisco AIR-LAP1252-X-K9 8


per pod)

Wireless laptop (WinXP Pro; 2-GB Various HW Vendor Dependant 8


memory; USB; 2.0+ GHz processor;
Intel wireless card such as 4965 or
newer (1 per pod)

Cisco VT2 USB Webcam Cisco CUVA-V2 8

AirPcap Classic USB 802.11b/g adapter CACE SW Vendor Dependant 8

Wireless IP Phone 7921 ( 2 per pod ) Cisco CP-7921G-X-K9 16

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Software List
The software listed in the following table is suggested for this learning product.

Description Mfr. Part Number Qty.

Classroom Network Software

Cisco Secure ACS 4.2 for Windows Cisco CSACS-4.2-WIN-K9 1


Cisco WCS version 5.2 with location Cisco WCS-STANDARD-K9 1
WCS-APBASE-50
Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4 for Cisco c3560e-universal-mz.122- 1
Catalyst switches 44.SE3.bin
Cisco 4402-12 WLC code 5.2 Cisco AIR-WLC4400-K9-5-2-157-0.aes 1
Cisco 2106 WLC code 5.2 Cisco AIR-WLC2100-K9-5-2-157-0.aes 8
Server: Windows 2003 Microsoft N/A 2

Student POD Software

PCs: Windows XP Pro Microsoft N/A 8

cipc-Admin-ffr.7-0-1-0.zip Cisco iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8


FileZilla_3.1.6_win32-setup.exe FileZilla iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8
USB-Install-7921.1-0-1.exe Cisco iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8
wireshark-setup-1.0.4.exe Wireshark iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8
vlc-0.9.8a-win32.exe VLC iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8
setup_airpcap_3_2_3.exe CACE iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8
cuva-Admin-fmr.2-1-2.zip Cisco iuwvn_student_files\IUWVN 8

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Workstation Configuration
These instructions describe how to set up the lab when workstations are required.

Lab Laptops
Step 1 Install XP SP3, plus any critical category patch for Windows XP Pro, BIOS, and the
Intel wireless card.
Step 2 Put the IUWVN folder, along with the files that it contains, on the desktop.

Step 3 Add to the IUWVN folder the Cisco Secure Access Control Server (Cisco Secure
ACS) certificate generated for the common equipment.

Step 4 Install the programs present in the IUWVN folder. Refer to the lab setup readme
documents.

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Lab Equipment Configuration
This equipment configuration information is necessary for initial setup of the lab configuration.

Learners can access their controllers both from the command-line interface (CLI) using the
terminal server and from the web interface using their connection to the switch.
Save in startup-config of the Catalyst 3560E configuration file “IUWVN_switch.txt.”
Ensure that all equipment is wired properly to its respective port.
Ensure that the controllers are configured properly.
One Cisco Aironet 1252 Access Point should be connected to the Cisco 2106 WLC of each
pod, and one AP should be connected to the class controller.
Refer to the lab setup readme documents.

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General Lab Setup
This information details the procedure to set up and configure the lab equipment.
Step 1 Set up the class switch. The class switch is expected to be a Cisco Catalyst 3560E-24PD with
c3560e-universal-mz.122-44.SE3.bin IOS. Use the IUWVN_switch.txt file and copy it to your
switch. By doing show running-config, you will see a description of each port to determine which
device to connect to each respective port.
Step 2 Connect and prepare the Cisco WCS. You will use it to provision the controllers. Read the
WCS_WLC_setup file. You will create a campus map using OutdoorArea- SJ14.JPG and will
position bigfile.txt under the WCS FTP folder on the Cisco WCS server. You will use the campus
map for Lab 2-1 and will use bigfile.txt in Lab 1-3 to test FTP download throughput.
Step 3 Verify that the backbone Cisco 4402 WLC and the learners’ pod WLC2106s are connected to the
correct respective switch port from Step 1. Read WCS_WLC_setup.doc to learn how to provision
them.
Step 4 Connect and configure the APs. You merely need to verify that each respective AP is associated to
the correct controller (backbone or pod). Use the AP MAC addresses on the switch ports to verify
the AP MAC addresses and then use the controller’s GUI to verify that the correct AP joined the
correct controller. Proceed to rename the APs from the controllers to a more descriptive name such
as “Backbone,” “Pod2,” and so on.
Step 5 Connect and configure the Cisco Secure ACS. Read ACS_setup.doc and create a certificate during
setup. You will add this certificate to a IUWVN folder (in the iuwvn_students_files) and copy to
the individual learners’ laptops.
Step 6 Connect and configure the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. Read cucme_setup.
You will use the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express software and the
cucme_config.txt.
Step 7 Test: Connect and turn on the instructor IP phone. The instructor IP phone connects to port g0/19,
which is in VLAN 50. Given a successful intra Wireless IP 7921G phone call from Step 6, verify
the student pod phones to the instructor IP phone.

Note It is recommended that you configure manually the MAC address into Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express to ensure phone-to-directory number mapping.

Step 8 Configure the student’s PC. Install the student IUWVN folder on each student desktop. Install each
program in the folder in the following order:
1. VLC
2. FileZilla
3. AirPcap
4. Wireshark (overrides AirPcap driver)
5. Cisco IP Communicator
6. Cisco VT CameraDriver
7. Cisco Unified Video Advantage
Installations are left to their default values except:

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Cisco Unified Video Advantage: When installing the program, unclick the Start
Automatically when Windows Starts option.
Cisco IP Communicator is installed with its default. When installed, launch the program
and set the default TFTP server to the IP address 10.10.60.60.

Here are the key credentials for the IUWVN class. You may want to use this table as a
reminder for your learners:

Device IP address Credentials

Cisco Secure ACS 10.10.50.5/24 admin/cisco

Cisco WCS 10.10.50.100/24 root/Public1!

Cisco Unified Communications 10.10.60.60/ccme.html admin/cisco


Manager Express

Backbone Cisco 4402 WLC 10.10.50.10 admin/cisco

Pods Cisco WLC2106 10.10.5X.10 adminX/cisco

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Lab 1-1: Configuring QoS on the Controller
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab you will configure the wired and wireless infrastructures for QoS. After completing
this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:
Configure and verify throughput for a normal guest user without QoS Role enabled.
Configure and verify throughput for a guest user restricted by Guest QoS Role.

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 1-1:


Configure QoS on the Controller

Cisco Cisco
Cisco
WLC
2106

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet
1252 AP

Aironet
1252 AP

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Setup
The table describes how to set up lab configurations with equipment for this lab.

Device Configuration File to Install Configuration Instructions

IUWVN_switch IUWVN_switch.txt Refer to the port description to know


which device connects to which port.

Cisco Unified Cucme.txt Test by registering one phone.


Communications
Manager Express

Class 4402 IUWVN_CLass_4402_confg.txt Verify the country code.

Pods 2106 WLCX.txt Replace X with the relevant pod


number. Verify the country code.

Additional Setup Notes


Follow the readme documents to prepare for the lab. After the lab initial configuration is
performed, there is no further configuration task required.

This lab is performed on the class common controller.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Slow throughput: Depending on the class environment, learners may experience variable
speed in the download. Although pods may find different speeds, the main point is for them
to experience the difference between default speed and contract speed. These variations
should not affect the lab.

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Lab 1-2: Configuring End-to-End QoS on a
Router
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab, you will configure QoS using Modular QoS CLI (MQC) for a theoretical network
edge router. In this scenario, your router connects to a WAN link, and you want to ensure that
voice traffic coming from your wireless network is given priority on the WAN link. After
completing this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:
Configure classes
Configure a policy map
Apply the policy map to an interface.
Verify QoS on the class backbone switch

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 1-2:


End-to-End QoS on a Router

Cisco

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet 1252 AP

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners will create a simple QoS configuration (class map, policy map) and apply it
to a loopback interface on the router used for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Express. This configuration will not be tested, and is just used for learners to practice what they
learned in the first module.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express unreachable: The lab is performed on
the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, where learners have full
administrative access. If a student tries to apply QoS to the real interfaces and blocks the
router, you can reinject the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express initial
configuration if necessary.

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Lab 1-3: Capturing and Analyzing QoS
Parameters
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab you will test how the QoS parameters defined in the previous lab are seen in the
wireless communication between the AP and the wireless cell. To test these parameters, you
will try several QoS configuration parameters on the Cisco WLC and each time capture the AP
beacons with Wireshark, to examine carefully the QoS section of the frame. This will allow you
to understand what information your phone receives when connecting to the wireless network.
Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to achieve the following objectives:
Verify beacons and QoS settings
Change WLAN QoS settings and verify impact on WLAN
Change the cell QoS level and verify its impact on the WLAN

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 1-3:


Capturing and Analyzing QoS Parameters

Cisco
WLC
Catalyst 2106
3560E

Aironet
1252 AP

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners connect to their controller and configure a WLAN with Wi-Fi Multimedia
(WMM) parameters. They then use Wireshark to capture the beacon frames and locate the
various WMM elements in the capture. Throughout the lab, they change the WMM settings and
observe how these changes affect the frames.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
No management frames: No management frame appears in the capture. Make sure that
learners are using the AirPcap USB dongle as capture interface. Most standard cards cannot
operate in monitor mode to capture management frames and only report data frames.
My SSID is not seen: Students are asked to set their AirPcap card to the channel matching
their pod AP channel. Failure to do so results in capture not displaying packets belonging to
the pod AP. Verify under Wireshark > Capture > AirPcap > Options > Wireless settings
that the channel is properly set.

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Lab 2-1: Managing the WLAN from Cisco WCS
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab you will create various QoS templates and verify reports on the Cisco WCS. At the
end of this lab, you will be able to achieve the following:
Add your controller to the Cisco WCS
Use Planning mode on the Cisco WCS
Verify Voice Readiness on the Cisco WCS
Create QoS templates on the Cisco WCS
Create TSM templates on the Cisco WCS
Create a WLAN template on the Cisco WCS
Configure Voice parameters on the Cisco WCS
Configure reports for voice on the Cisco WCS

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 2-1:


Managing the WLAN from Cisco WCS

Catalyst
3560E
Aironet
1252 AP

Cisco WLC
2106

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners use the Cisco WCS to verify voice parameters. They first draw a map with
MAP editor and then use voice readiness in planning mode. In the second part of the lab, they
practice using the Cisco WCS voice-related configuration items, such as QoS templates, Traffic
Stream Metrics (TSM) templates, WLAN template with WMM configuration, and voice
reports.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
No available floor: Each pod creates a floor map based on the already existing campus
map and building you created. If some pods use more than one floor by mistake, you may
run short of floors. Simply create another building on the same campus and ask the
remaining pods to use this second building. There is no direct relationship between floors
that would compel several pods to be in the same building.
My AP does not appear: Each pod is supposed to add their AP to a floor. It might be
tempting for some pods to add all the available APs to their floor, thus also adding other
pods APs. In that case, these others pods have no possible AP to add to their floor map.
Verify if the missing AP is seen under Monitor > Access Point, and identify on which floor
the AP is seen. Remove the AP from the wrong floor to make it available to the port to
which it belongs.

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Lab 3-1: Verifying the Network Infrastructure and
Placing a Call
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this activity, you will verify the infrastructure configuration for voice. You will then connect
your Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7921G to the network and see it register to the class
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. After completing this activity, you will be
able to meet these objectives:
Watch the 7921G Out-of-the-Box Configuration
Verify phone configuration and call your instructor
Verify the infrastructure configuration
Verify QoS marking on wireless packets

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 3-1: Verifying the


Network Infrastructure and Placing a Call

Aironet
Catalyst 3560E 1252 AP

Cisco WLC 4402

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
This lab is the first lab of the voice series. In this lab, learners learn to navigate the Wireless IP
Phone 7921G and provide basic configuration. They also check the wired infrastructure
configuration for QoS and see how wireless voice frames are marked for WMM.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Phone extension and registration issues: In Task 3, learners access the Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express to change their pod phone extensions. Wrong
configuration items can affect the way phones register and obtain their extension. If
learners complain about phone registration to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Express or an extension display issue, verify the corresponding ephone and ephone-dn
entries. Another pod may have changed its phone to an extension already registered to a
phone or changed by mistake the phone parameters of another pod.

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Lab 3-2: Working with Profiles
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this activity, you will connect your Wireless IP Phone 7921G to the network and Cisco
Unified Communications Manager Express. After completing this activity, you will be able to
meet these objectives:
Install the Wireless IP Phone 7921G USB driver
Configure the USB network interface
Download profiles to your phone
Check and modify profiles
Save your configuration

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 3-2:


Working with Profiles

Catalyst
3560E

Cisco WLC Aironet 1252 AP


4402

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners work with the Wireless IP Phone 7921G USB web configuration interface.
They install the USB configuration driver and then use the web interface to configure the phone
and download pre-existing profiles to their Wireless IP Phone 7921G.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Driver will not install: The Cisco USB 7921G USB driver requires Windows XP with SP2
or later. With older service packs, this program might not install. Update the PC to SP2 or
later to solve this issue.
USB to phone connectivity issues: The USB driver creates a virtual interface. The
interface is activated when the phone is connected through the USB cable. When the cable
is removed, the connection is hidden (it does not disappear from Windows but is no longer
displayed).

Learners connecting and disconnecting the cable too fast may not give enough time for the
connection to activate. Allow 10 to 12 seconds for the connection to appear.

A phone must be connected (and the phone must be on) for the connection to activate.

Note that the interface is created on a per-USB port basis. Students connecting the cable to
a new USB port might complain that the interface is re-created and that they cannot re-
assign the same IP address. Make sure that the USB cable is always connected to the same
USB port to avoid this issue.
I cannot connect: Some learners might complain that they cannot connect to the WEP
SSID that they received through the imported profile.

Remind them that this is part of the lab and ask them to read on. The WPA profile was
imported with the PSK, and the WEP profile was imported without the key. They have to
enter it manually. The WEP key is cisco, the WPA key is cisco!cisco.

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Lab 3-3: Configuring Wireless Security for Voice
Devices
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this activity, you will create several WLANs on the controller and configure your phone to
associate to them. These WLANs will use local Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), or
external authentication to a RADIUS server, using EAP-Flexible Authentication via Secure
Tunneling (FAST) or Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP). You will then
verify if you can call with these security parameters. After completing this activity, you will be
able to meet these objectives:
Create a WLAN
Create a local EAP profile
Configure your Wireless IP Phone 7921G for EAP authentication on your controller
Create a common WLAN for two pods.
Configure the Cisco Secure ACS AAA client and user information
Configure one phone for EAP-FAST
Configure the second phone for PEAP

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 3-3: Configuring


Wireless Security for Voice Devices

Cisco Cisco

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet
1252 AP

Aironet
1252 AP

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners configure security on their Wireless IP Phone 7921G. They start by
configuring LEAP with local EAP on their controller and then configure EAP-FAST and PEAP
on the Cisco Secure ACS. In each case, they verify that they can configure both the phone and
the infrastructure.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Authentication issues with EAP-FAST: Some learners misconfigure EAP-FAST and
cannot authenticate.

First verify if the issue is related to EAP-FAST or the external EAP. Ask learners to try
LEAP, still with the same configuration. The Cisco Secure ACS is configured to accept
both.

If LEAP fails, start by verifying the RADIUS configuration on the controller. Then, check
the client and user configuration on the Cisco Secure ACS. Take those steps before trying
the debug pem and debug aaa commands on the controller.

If LEAP succeeds, verify on the controller that the eap max-request timeout is set to 20
seconds at least.
PEAP certificate issue: To create the PEAP authentication, pods need to download the
Cisco Secure ACS root certificate. If the certificate does not install on the Wireless IP
Phone 7921G, it is probably because it was not exported properly. Read the Cisco Secure
ACS setup document and re-export the certificate with the correct format.

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Lab 3-4: VoWLAN survey
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab, you will configure the wired and wireless infrastructures for VoWLAN. You will
then work in teams to design two overlapping cells ready for voice communication and test
roaming between them. After completing this activity, you will be able to meet these
objectives:
Conduct a basic survey for VoWLAN
Adjust controller parameters for better voice support
Conduct a survey for VoWLAN with voice parameters
Establish respective 802.11a and 802.11b/g RF boundaries
Test roaming between 802.11a and 802.11b/g bands

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 3-4: VoWLAN Survey

Cisco

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet 1252 AP

Aironet
1252 AP

Cisco
WLC
2106

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, pods work in pairs to configure a common WLAN and experiment with roaming.
They will need to move the access points in the room to determine the distance of the –67 dBm
cell edge. They then try to roam between access points.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Network busy: In this lab, learners are not required to configure wireless CAC, because
some wireless environments can create too much interference for wireless CAC to allow
even one single call. Because you cannot run a site survey before each class, wireless CAC
is disabled to allow calls in all conditions.

Some learners might follow the lab guide and configure wireless CAC, even if the lab
guide does not ask them to do so. In a difficult RF environment, the effect is that Wireless
IP 7921G phones cannot place calls and get a network-busy message. Verify that wireless
CAC is disabled to solve this issue.
No roaming: Some learners complain that phones do not roam but stay connected to the
same AP.

If the AP signal is high enough, the phone has no reason to roam. Ask the learners to move
the APs apart to a greater distance and to reduce the AP power level to ease roaming. It
may happen that the classroom size does not allow for proper roaming. If you cannot place
obstacles (light wall) between APs, then it may be impossible to fully test roaming.

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Lab 4-1: Configure the Wireless Network for
Multicast
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab, you will configure the wired and wireless infrastructures for multicast. After
completing this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:
Configure your controller for multicast
Test multicast in a wireless network

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 4-1:


Configure the Wireless Network for Multicast

Cisco

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet
1252 AP

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners will configure their controller for multicast support. They will then place a
call to their peer Wireless IP Phone7921G and put the call on hold. The Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express will then send music on hold via multicast. They will try to
capture this multicast message and verify that it is relayed by their controller.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
No music on hold: Music on hold is heard only on the phone placed on hold, not on the
phone placing the other phone on hold. Verify that learners listen to the correct phone. Also
verify that multicast is allowed on the pod controller.

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Lab 5-1: Creating a Video WLAN
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab you will configure the wired and wireless infrastructures for video. After completing
this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:
Prepare the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express for Cisco IP Communicator
Configure a video WLAN and monitor video flow
Test video conversation with Cisco IP Communicator

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 5-1:


Create a Video WLAN

Cisco

Aironet
1252 AP

Catalyst
3560E

Aironet
1252 AP

Cisco WLC 2106

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, learners assign one of their Wireless IP Phone 7921G extensions to Cisco IP
Communicator. They reassign the extension instead of using a new extension to limit the affect
of this lab on your Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express licenses. Pods also
configure their IP communicator extension to support video. They then connect the Cisco
Video Telephony Camera (Cisco VT Camera) and place a video call from one pod to the other.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Cisco Unified Video Advantage does not connect to Cisco IP communicator:The IP
communicator needs to be registered into Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
with video capabilities to connect to Cisco Unified Video Advantage. If Cisco IP
Communicator connects without video capabilities, Cisco Unified Video Advantage
displays a broken (red) link and a message stating that it could not find the IP
communicator.

Verify that the ephone configuration for that phone shows video capability and the Cisco IP
Communicator type. Missing type or missing capability prevents the association to Cisco
Unified Video Advantage. If both lines are present, a camera appears on the IP
communicator screen.

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Lab 5-2: Video WLAN and Multicast
Complete this lab activity to practice what you learned in the related module.

Activity Objective
In this lab you will send a video stream using multicast from one laptop over the wireless
network. From another machine, you will register for the video feed coming from this first
laptop and will try to view the video sent via multicast packets. This second machine will be
accessing the feed also from the wireless space, but through another SSID on another access
point. After completing this activity, you will be able to meet these objectives:
Test video traffic on a congested channel
Test video stream on a dedicated channel

Visual Objective
The figure illustrates what you will accomplish in this activity.

Visual Objective for Lab 5-2:


Video WLAN and Multicast

Cisco WLC 2106

Aironet
1252 AP

Catalyst
3560E
Aironet
1252 AP

Cisco WLC 2106

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Setup
There is no specific configuration task required for this lab. It is built on the resulting
configuration of the previous lab.

Instructor Notes
In this lab, one pod configures a VLC media player to stream a video signal over multicast, and
the other pod tries to read the stream.

Common Issues
This subtopic presents common issues for this lab:
Low quality: Students first try the stream on 802.11b/g, which probably creates
interference issues between pods and most likely with the surrounding APs in your class
environment. They then experiment with the same stream on 802.11a, in which each pod
has a dedicated channel. The surrounding class may have APs creating interferences on the
channel of some pods.

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Configuration Files Summary
This topic details the course configuration files, which provide information about the starting
condition of each lab.

Configuration Filename Comments

IUWVN_switch.txt Main switch configuration, to inject when setting up the


lab before the course

bigfile.txt To put in Cisco WCS FTP folder for downloads in


Module 1 labs

OutdoorArea- SJ14.JPG To use when configuring the Cisco WCS before the
class, as a campus map

IUWVN_Class4402.cfg Class controller configuration, to inject when setting up


the lab before the course

WLCx.cfg Podx 2106 controller, to inject when setting up the lab


before the course configuration

cucme_config.txt Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express config


file, , to inject when setting up the lab before the course

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Lab Activity Solutions
This section presents the solutions to the practice activities.

Lab 1-1 Answer Key: Configuring QoS on the Controller


When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:

Task 1, Step 46: The speed depends on your class environment, Typical values range from 1 to
5 Mb/s, with network utilization from 15 to 40 percent.

Task 1, Step 49: The speed is typically 54 Mb/s, which can change, depending on your class
environment.

Task 2, Step 50: Depending on your speed, download can take 3 to 5 mn, with a throughput of
50 kb/s or less.

Lab 1-2 Answer Key: Configuring End-to-End QoS on a Router


When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
Class-map voice2
match protocol rtp audio
class-map match-any signaling2
match protocol skinny
match protocol h323
match protocol mgcp
match protocol sip
exit
policy-map priority2
class voice2
set ip dscp ef
priority percent 30
class signaling2
set ip dscp cs3
bandwidth 5
exit
interface loopack2
ip address 10.10.65.22 255.255.255.255
service policy output priority2

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Lab 1-3 Answer Key: Verifying QoS Parameters
When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:

Task 2, Step 26: QBSS is version 2; station count and channel utilization depend on your class
RF environment.

Task 2, Step 29: Your results should be similar to the displayed screenshot.

Task 3, Step 39: Your results depend on your class environment; typically around 100.

Task 3, Step 59: Available Admission Capabilities should be 0.

Task 3, Step 61: Aironet IE type should be 1.

Task 3, Step 82: Available Admission Capabilities should be a large number, typically close to
32768.

Task 3, Step 82: The tag interpretation should be 802.11e.

Task 3, Step 88: The expected values are shown in this table:

AIFSN ECWmin ECWmax TXOP

Best Effort 3 4 4 0

Background 7 4 4 0

Video 2 3 3 94

Voice 2 2 2 47

Task 3 Step 115: The expected values are shown in this table:

AIFSN ECWmin ECWmax TXOP

Best Effort 5 6 6 0

Background 12 8 8 0

Video 5 3 3 0

Voice 2 2 2 0

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Lab 3-1 Answer Key: Placing a Call
When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:

Task 1:
Step 16: The TFTP server IP address is 10.10.60.60.

Step 17: The version should be 1.2.1. Your class configuration might be different.

Step 22: The max ephone and max-dn should be 18. Loads should be 1.2.1. Your class
configuration might be different.

Task 2:
Step 20: The SSID is cisco.

Step 21: The authentication is Open.

Step 26: The firmware version should be 1.2.1. Ask you your instructor if another firmware is
used in your class.

Lab 3-2 Answer Key: Working with Profiles


There is no answer key for this lab activity.

Lab 3-3 Answer Key: Authenticating on a Controller and


Surveying the Network
When you complete this activity, your configuration will be similar to the results here, with
differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
Controller configuration:
(Cisco Controller) >show running-config
802.11a cac voice acm enable
802.11a cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac voice load-based enable
802.11a cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11a tsm enable
802.11b cac voice acm enable
802.11b cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore

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802.11b cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac voice load-based enable
802.11b cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11b tsm enable
aaa auth mgmt local radius
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 rx_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 cca_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 sta_tx_pwr 0 0 0
advanced 802.11b tx-power-control-thresh -65
Location Summary
Algorithm used: Average
Client
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db
Calibrating Client
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Rogue AP
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db
RFID Tag
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db
location rssi-half-life tags 0
location rssi-half-life client 0
location rssi-half-life rogue-aps 0
location expiry tags 5
location expiry client 5
location expiry calibrating-client 5
location expiry rogue-aps 5
advanced eap identity-request-timeout 2
advanced eap request-timeout 2
Cisco Public Safety is not allowed to set in this domain
ap syslog host global 255.255.255.255
country US,FR,DE,CN
local-auth eap-profile add LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile cert-issuer cisco LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile method add leap LEAP2
local-auth method fast authority-id abc20000000000000000000000000000 "IUWVN
Pod 2"
local-auth method fast pac-ttl 40
local-auth method fast server-key 12
interface create cucme 0
interface address ap-manager 10.10.50.11 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address dynamic-interface cucme 10.10.60.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.60.1
interface address management 10.10.50.10 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address virtual 1.1.1.1
interface dhcp ap-manager primary 10.10.50.11
interface dhcp management primary 10.10.50.10
interface port ap-manager 1
interface port cucme 1
interface port management 1
load-balancing window 5
logging buffered 5
logging console 5
logging procinfo disable
logging traceinfo disable emergencies
mesh security eap
mgmtuser add admin55 **** read-write
mobility group domain training2
mobility dscp 0
netuser add student2 **** wlan 2 userType permanent description Pod 2 user
netuser wlan-id student2 2
network webmode enable
network telnet enable

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network multicast mode multicast 0.0.0.0
network mgmt-via-wireless enable
network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable
network ap-priority disabled
network otap-mode disable
network rf-network-name iuwvn2
qos average-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos burst-realtime-rate platinum 50
rogue ap ssid alarm
rogue ap valid-client alarm
rogue adhoc enable
rogue adhoc alert
rogue ap rldp disable
sessions timeout 0
snmp version v2c enable
snmp version v3 enable
sysname IUWVN
trapflags 802.11-Security ids-sig-attack disable
wlan create 2 LEAP2 iuwvn12
wlan nac disable 1
wlan nac disable 2
wlan local-auth enable LEAP2 2
wlan qos 2 platinum
wlan session-timeout 1 1800
wlan session-timeout 2 1800
wlan wmm allow 1
wlan wmm require 2
wlan security wpa disable 1
wlan security static-wep-key enable 6
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 2 104 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden>
1
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 2
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 2
wlan enable 2
(Cisco Controller) >

Layer 3 switch configuration


!
version 12.2
no service pad
service timestamps debug uptime
service timestamps log uptime
no service password-encryption
!
hostname IUWVN
!
enable password cisco
!
no aaa new-model
system mtu routing 1500
ip subnet-zero
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.50.1 10.10.50.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.51.1 10.10.51.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.52.1 10.10.52.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.53.1 10.10.53.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.54.1 10.10.54.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.55.1 10.10.55.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.56.1 10.10.56.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.57.1 10.10.57.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.58.1 10.10.58.100
ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.60.1 10.10.60.100

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ip dhcp pool cucme
network 10.10.60.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.60.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool backbone
network 10.10.50.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.50.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod1
network 10.10.51.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.51.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod2
network 10.10.52.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.52.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod3
network 10.10.53.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.53.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod4
network 10.10.54.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.54.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod5
network 10.10.55.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.55.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod6
network 10.10.56.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.56.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod7
network 10.10.57.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.57.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
ip dhcp pool pod8
network 10.10.58.0 255.255.255.0
default-router 10.10.58.1
option 150 ip 10.10.60.60
!
!
mls qos map cos-dscp 0 8 16 24 34 46 48 56
!
!
no file verify auto
spanning-tree mode pvst
spanning-tree extend system-id
!
vlan internal allocation policy ascending
!
interface FastEthernet0
no ip address
shutdown
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/1
description to pod 1 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk

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!
interface GigabitEthernet0/2
description to pod 2 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/3
description to pod 3 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/4
description to pod 4 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/5
description to pod 5 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/6
description to pod 6 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/7
description to pod 7 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/8
description to pod 8 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/9
description to pod 1 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 51
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/10
description to pod 2 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 52
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/11
description to pod 3 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 53
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/12
description to pod 4 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 54
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/13
description to pod 5 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 55
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/14
description to pod 6 AP

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switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 56
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/15
description to pod 7 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 57
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/16
description to pod 8 AP
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 58
spanning-tree portfast
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/17
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/18
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/19
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/20
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/21
description to class 4402 controller
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
mls qos trust cos
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/22
description to class 1252 AP
mls qos trust dscp
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/23
description to class main server
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/24
description to cucme
switchport mode access
switchport access vlan 60
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/25
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/26
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/27
!
interface GigabitEthernet0/28
!
interface TenGigabitEthernet0/1
!
interface TenGigabitEthernet0/2
!
vlan 60
name vlan60

interface Vlan1
ip address 10.10.50.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan51
ip address 10.10.51.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan52
ip address 10.10.52.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan53
ip address 10.10.53.1 255.255.255.0

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!
interface Vlan54
ip address 10.10.54.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan55
ip address 10.10.55.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan56
ip address 10.10.56.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan57
ip address 10.10.57.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan58
ip address 10.10.58.1 255.255.255.0
!
interface Vlan60
ip address 10.10.60.1 255.255.255.0
!
ip classless
ip http server
ip routing
!
!
control-plane
!
!
line con 0
line vty 0 4
password cisco
login
line vty 5 15
login
!
end

Lab 3-4 Answer Key: Configuring the Infrastructure End-to-End


for VoWLAN
When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
Switch configuration:
(Cisco Controller) >show running-config
802.11a cac voice acm enable
802.11a cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac voice load-based enable
802.11a cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11a tsm enable
802.11b cac voice acm enable
802.11b cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac voice load-based enable
802.11b cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11b tsm enable
aaa auth mgmt local radius
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 rx_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 cca_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 sta_tx_pwr 0 0 0
advanced 802.11b tx-power-control-thresh -65
Location Summary
Algorithm used: Average
Client
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db

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Calibrating Client
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Rogue AP
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db
RFID Tag
RSSI expiry timeout: 5 sec
Half life: 0 sec
Notify Threshold: 0 db
location rssi-half-life tags 0
location rssi-half-life client 0
location rssi-half-life rogue-aps 0
location expiry tags 5
location expiry client 5
location expiry calibrating-client 5
location expiry rogue-aps 5
advanced eap identity-request-timeout 20
advanced eap request-timeout 20
Cisco Public Safety is not allowed to set in this domain
ap syslog host global 255.255.255.255
country US,FR,DE,CN
local-auth eap-profile add LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile cert-issuer cisco LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile method add leap LEAP2
local-auth method fast authority-id abc20000000000000000000000000000 "IUWVN
Pod 2"
local-auth method fast pac-ttl 40
local-auth method fast server-key 12
interface create cucme 0
interface address ap-manager 10.10.50.11 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address dynamic-interface cucme 10.10.60.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.60.1
interface address management 10.10.50.10 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address virtual 1.1.1.1
interface dhcp ap-manager primary 10.10.50.11
interface dhcp management primary 10.10.50.10
interface port ap-manager 1
interface port cucme 1
interface port management 1
load-balancing window 5
logging buffered 5
logging console 5
logging procinfo disable
logging traceinfo disable emergencies
mesh security eap
mgmtuser add admin55 **** read-write
mobility group domain training2
mobility dscp 0
netuser add student2 **** wlan 2 userType permanent description Pod 2 user
netuser wlan-id student2 2
network webmode enable
network telnet enable
network multicast mode multicast 0.0.0.0
network mgmt-via-wireless enable
network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable
network ap-priority disabled
network otap-mode disable
network rf-network-name training2
qos average-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos burst-realtime-rate platinum 50
radius auth add 1 10.10.50.5 1812 ascii ****
radius auth rfc3576 enable 1
radius auth rfc3576 enable 2
radius fallback-test mode off

radius fallback-test username


radius fallback-test interval 0

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rogue ap ssid alarm
rogue ap valid-client alarm
rogue adhoc enable
rogue adhoc alert
rogue ap rldp disable
sessions timeout 0
snmp version v2c enable
snmp version v3 enable
sysname sw2
trapflags 802.11-Security ids-sig-attack disable
wlan create 1 cisco cisco
wlan create 2 LEAP2 iuwvn12
wlan create 3 Roaming Roam12
wlan nac disable 1
wlan nac disable 2
wlan nac disable 3
wlan local-auth enable LEAP2 2
wlan qos 2 platinum
wlan qos 3 platinum
wlan session-timeout 1 1800
wlan session-timeout 2 1800
wlan session-timeout 3 1800
wlan wmm allow 1
wlan wmm require 2
wlan wmm allow 3
wlan security wpa disable 1
wlan radius_server auth add 3 1
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 2 104 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden> 1
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 3 104 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden>
1 wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 3
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 2
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 3
wlan enable 1
wlan enable 2
wlan enable 3
(Cisco Controller) >

Lab 4-1 Answer Key: Configuring the Wireless Network for


Multicast
When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
802.11a cac voice acm enable
802.11a cac video acm enable
802.11a cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac voice load-based enable
802.11a cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11a exp-bwreq enable
802.11a dtpc disable
802.11a tsm enable
802.11b cac voice acm enable
802.11b cac video acm enable
802.11b cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac voice load-based enable

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802.11b cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11b dtpc disable
802.11b preamble long
802.11b rate Supported 2
802.11b rate Supported 5.5
802.11b rate Supported 11
802.11b tsm enable
aaa auth mgmt local radius
advanced 802.11a channel load enable
advanced 802.11a channel add 100
advanced 802.11a channel add 104
advanced 802.11a channel add 108
advanced 802.11a channel add 112
advanced 802.11a channel add 116
advanced 802.11a channel add 120
advanced 802.11a channel add 124
advanced 802.11a channel add 128
advanced 802.11a channel add 132
advanced 802.11a channel add 136
advanced 802.11a channel add 140
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 rx_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 cca_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a monitor Channel-list all
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel load enable
advanced 802.11b tx-power-control-thresh -65
advanced 802.11b monitor Channel-list all
location rssi-half-life tags 0
location rssi-half-life client 0
location rssi-half-life rogue-aps 0
location expiry tags 5
location expiry client 5
location expiry calibrating-client 5
location expiry rogue-aps 5
advanced eap identity-request-timeout 20
advanced eap request-timeout 20
Cisco Public Safety is not allowed to set in this domain
ap syslog host global 255.255.255.255
country US,FR,DE,CN
custom-web redirectUrl "hello"
custom-web weblogo disble
local-auth eap-profile add LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile cert-issuer cisco LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile method add leap LEAP2
local-auth method fast authority-id abc20000000000000000000000000000 "IUWVN
Pod 2"
local-auth method fast pac-ttl 40
local-auth method fast server-key 736563726574
interface create ccm 0
interface create cucme 50
interface address ap-manager 10.10.50.11 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address dynamic-interface cucme 10.10.60.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.60.1
interface address management 10.10.50.10 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address virtual 1.1.1.1

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interface dhcp ap-manager primary 10.10.50.11
interface dhcp management primary 10.10.50.10
interface dhcp dynamic-interface cucme primary 10.10.50.1
interface vlan cucme 50
interface port ap-manager 1
interface port ccm 2
interface port cucme 1
interface port management 1
load-balancing window 5
apgroup add Building1 Group for APs in Building 1
apgroup add Building2 Group for APs in Building 2
apgroup add default-group
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 1 ccm
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 1 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 1 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 7 management
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 1
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 7
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 1
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 7
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 1
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 2
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 3
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 6
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 7
logging buffered 5
logging console 5
logging procinfo disable
msglog level warning
memory monitor error disable
memory monitor leak thresholds 10000 30000
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security eap
mgmtuser add admin2 **** read-write
mobility group domain training2
mobility dscp 0
netuser add student2 **** wlan 2 userType permanent description Pod 2 user
netuser wlan-id student2 2
netuser guest-role create pod2
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-realtime-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-realtime-rate pod2 50
network webmode enable
network telnet enable
network multicast global enable
network multicast mode multicast 239.255.2.2
network mgmt-via-wireless enable
network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable
network ap-priority disabled

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network otap-mode disable
network rf-network-name training2
qos average-data-rate silver 1000
qos burst-data-rate silver 1100
qos average-realtime-rate silver 1000
qos average-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos burst-realtime-rate silver 1100
qos burst-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos protocol-type silver dot1p
qos dot1p-tag silver 3
radius fallback-test mode off
radius fallback-test username cisco-probe
radius fallback-test interval 300
rogue ap ssid alarm
rogue ap valid-client alarm
rogue adhoc enable
rogue adhoc alert
rogue ap rldp disable
sessions timeout 0
snmp version v2c enable
snmp version v3 enable
snmp trapreceiver create 172.29.129.160 172.29.129.160
snmp trapreceiver create 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1
snmp trapreceiver mode enable 172.29.129.160
snmp trapreceiver mode enable 127.0.0.1
sysname sw2
trapflags 802.11-Security ids-sig-attack disable
trapflags mesh excessive hop count disable
trapflags mesh sec backhaul change disable
wlan create 1 cisco cisco
wlan create 2 Webauth IUWVN_WEBAUTH
wlan create 3 vowlan2 vowlan2
wlan create 6 IUWVN_WEP IUWVN_WEP
wlan create 7 IUWVN_WPA IUWVN_WPA
wlan nac disable 1
wlan nac disable 2
wlan nac disable 3
wlan nac disable 6
wlan nac disable 7
wlan 7920-support ap-cac-limit enable 1
wlan interface 2 cucme
wlan interface 3 cucme
wlan custom-web global enable 2
wlan mfp infrastructure protection disable 3
wlan qos 2 platinum
wlan qos 3 platinum
wlan qos 6 platinum
wlan radio 2 802.11bg
wlan radio 3 802.11a
wlan session-timeout 1 disable
wlan session-timeout 2 disable
wlan session-timeout 3 disable
wlan session-timeout 6 disable
wlan session-timeout 7 disable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 1 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 2 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 3 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 6 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 7 enable
wlan wmm allow 1
wlan wmm allow 2
wlan wmm allow 3
wlan wmm allow 6
wlan wmm allow 7
wlan security wpa disable 1
wlan security wpa disable 2
wlan security wpa disable 3
wlan security wpa disable 6

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wlan security static-wep-key enable 6
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 6 40 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden> 1
wlan security web-auth enable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 1
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 3
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 6
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 7
wlan security wpa akm psk enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 1
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 6
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 6
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 6
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 disable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 ciphers aes disable 7
wlan enable 1
wlan enable 2
wlan enable 3
license agent default authenticate none

Step 2, Task 35: Data rate should be 24 Mb/s, which is the highest mandatory data rate
configured on your controller.

Lab 5-1 Answer Key: Creating a Video WLAN


When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
802.11a cac voice acm enable
802.11a cac video acm enable
802.11a cac voice max-bandwidth 40
802.11a cac video max-bandwidth 40
802.11a cac video roam-bandwidth 5
802.11a cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac voice load-based enable
802.11a cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11a exp-bwreq enable
802.11a dtpc disable
802.11a tsm enable
802.11b 11nSupport a-msdu tx disable
802.11b 11nSupport rifs tx disable
802.11b cac voice acm enable
802.11b cac video acm enable
802.11b cac voice max-bandwidth 40
802.11b cac video max-bandwidth 40
802.11b cac video roam-bandwidth 25
802.11b cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac voice load-based enable
802.11b cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11b dtpc disable
802.11b preamble long

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802.11b rate Supported 2
802.11b rate Supported 5.5
802.11b rate Supported 11
802.11b tsm enable
aaa auth mgmt local radius
advanced 802.11a channel load enable
advanced 802.11a channel add 100
advanced 802.11a channel add 104
advanced 802.11a channel add 108
advanced 802.11a channel add 112
advanced 802.11a channel add 116
advanced 802.11a channel add 120
advanced 802.11a channel add 124
advanced 802.11a channel add 128
advanced 802.11a channel add 132
advanced 802.11a channel add 136
advanced 802.11a channel add 140
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 rx_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 cca_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a monitor Channel-list all
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel load enable
advanced 802.11b tx-power-control-thresh -65
advanced 802.11b monitor Channel-list all
location rssi-half-life tags 0
location rssi-half-life client 0
location rssi-half-life rogue-aps 0
location expiry tags 5
location expiry client 5
location expiry calibrating-client 5
location expiry rogue-aps 5
advanced eap identity-request-timeout 20
advanced eap request-timeout 20
Cisco Public Safety is not allowed to set in this domain
ap syslog host global 255.255.255.255
country US,FR,DE,CN
custom-web redirectUrl "hello"
custom-web weblogo disble
dhcp create-scope cucme
dhcp address-pool cucme 10.10.60.100 10.10.60.120
dhcp default-router cucme 10.10.60.1
dhcp enable cucme
dhcp network cucme 10.10.60.0 255.255.255.0
local-auth eap-profile add LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile cert-issuer cisco LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile method add leap LEAP2
local-auth method fast authority-id abc20000000000000000000000000000 "IUWVN
Pod 2"
local-auth method fast pac-ttl 40
local-auth method fast server-key 736563726574
interface create ccm 0
interface create cucme 50
interface address ap-manager 10.10.50.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address dynamic-interface cucme 10.10.60.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.60.1

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interface address management 10.10.50.20 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address virtual 1.1.1.1
interface dhcp ap-manager primary 10.10.50.1
interface dhcp dynamic-interface cucme primary 10.10.60.1
interface dhcp management primary 10.10.50.1
interface vlan cucme 60
interface port ap-manager 1
interface port cucme 1
interface port management 1
load-balancing window 5
apgroup add Building1 Group for APs in Building 1
apgroup add Building2 Group for APs in Building 2
apgroup add default-group
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 7 management
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 7
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 7
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 2
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 3
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 6
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 7
logging buffered 5
logging console 5
logging procinfo disable
msglog level warning
memory monitor error disable
memory monitor leak thresholds 10000 30000
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security eap
mgmtuser add admin2 **** read-write
mobility group domain training2
mobility dscp 0
netuser add student2 **** wlan 2 userType permanent description Pod 2 user
netuser wlan-id student2 2
netuser guest-role create pod2
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-realtime-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-realtime-rate pod2 50
network webmode enable
network telnet enable
network multicast global enable
network multicast mode multicast 239.22.22.22
network mgmt-via-wireless enable
network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable
network ap-priority disabled
network otap-mode disable
network rf-network-name training2
qos average-data-rate silver 1000
qos burst-data-rate silver 1100
qos average-realtime-rate silver 1000

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qos average-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos burst-realtime-rate silver 1100
qos burst-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos protocol-type silver dot1p
qos dot1p-tag silver 3
radius fallback-test mode off
radius fallback-test username cisco-probe
radius fallback-test interval 300
rogue ap ssid alarm
rogue ap valid-client alarm
rogue adhoc enable
rogue adhoc alert
rogue ap rldp disable
sessions timeout 0
snmp version v2c enable
snmp version v3 enable
sysname sw2
trapflags 802.11-Security ids-sig-attack disable
trapflags mesh excessive hop count disable
trapflags mesh sec backhaul change disable
wlan create 2 Webauth IUWVN_WEBAUTH
wlan create 3 vowlan2 vowlan2
wlan create 6 IUWVN_WEP IUWVN_WEP
wlan create 7 IUWVN_WPA IUWVN_WPA
wlan nac disable 2
wlan nac disable 3
wlan nac disable 6
wlan nac disable 7
wlan interface 2 cucme
wlan interface 3 cucme
wlan custom-web global enable 2
wlan mfp infrastructure protection disable 3
wlan qos 2 platinum
wlan qos 3 platinum
wlan qos 6 platinum
wlan radio 2 802.11bg
wlan radio 3 802.11bg
wlan session-timeout 2 disable
wlan session-timeout 3 disable
wlan session-timeout 6 disable
wlan session-timeout 7 disable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 2 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 3 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 6 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 7 enable
wlan wmm allow 2
wlan wmm allow 3
wlan wmm allow 6
wlan wmm allow 7
wlan security wpa disable 2
wlan security wpa disable 3
wlan security wpa disable 6
wlan security static-wep-key enable 6
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 6 40 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden> 1
wlan security web-auth enable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 3
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 6
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 7
wlan security wpa akm psk enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 6
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 6

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wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 6
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 disable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 ciphers aes disable 7
wlan enable 2
wlan enable 3
license agent default authenticate none

Lab 5-2 Answer Key: Video WLAN and Multicast


When you complete this activity, your phone configuration will be similar to the results here,
with differences that are specific to your device or workgroup:
802.11a cac voice acm enable
802.11a cac video acm enable
802.11a cac voice max-bandwidth 40
802.11a cac video max-bandwidth 40
802.11a cac video roam-bandwidth 5
802.11a cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11a cac voice load-based enable
802.11a cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11a exp-bwreq enable
802.11a dtpc disable
802.11a tsm enable
802.11b 11nSupport a-msdu tx disable
802.11b 11nSupport rifs tx disable
802.11b cac voice acm enable
802.11b cac video acm enable
802.11b cac voice max-bandwidth 40
802.11b cac video max-bandwidth 40
802.11b cac video roam-bandwidth 25
802.11b cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout ignore
802.11b cac voice load-based enable
802.11b cac voice stream-size 84000 max-streams 2
802.11b dtpc disable
802.11b preamble long
802.11b rate Supported 2
802.11b rate Supported 5.5
802.11b rate Supported 11
802.11b tsm enable
aaa auth mgmt local radius
advanced 802.11a channel load enable
advanced 802.11a channel add 100
advanced 802.11a channel add 104
advanced 802.11a channel add 108
advanced 802.11a channel add 112
advanced 802.11a channel add 116
advanced 802.11a channel add 120
advanced 802.11a channel add 124
advanced 802.11a channel add 128
advanced 802.11a channel add 132
advanced 802.11a channel add 136
advanced 802.11a channel add 140
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0

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advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a channel add 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 rx_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a receiver pico-cell-V2 cca_sense_thrld 0 0 0
advanced 802.11a monitor Channel-list all
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel add 0
advanced 802.11b channel load enable
advanced 802.11b tx-power-control-thresh -65
advanced 802.11b monitor Channel-list all
location rssi-half-life tags 0
location rssi-half-life client 0
location rssi-half-life rogue-aps 0
location expiry tags 5
location expiry client 5
location expiry calibrating-client 5
location expiry rogue-aps 5
advanced eap identity-request-timeout 20
advanced eap request-timeout 20
Cisco Public Safety is not allowed to set in this domain
ap syslog host global 255.255.255.255
country US,FR,DE,CN
custom-web redirectUrl "hello"
custom-web weblogo disble
dhcp create-scope cucme
dhcp address-pool cucme 10.10.60.100 10.10.60.120
dhcp default-router cucme 10.10.60.1
dhcp enable cucme
dhcp network cucme 10.10.60.0 255.255.255.0
local-auth eap-profile add LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile cert-issuer cisco LEAP2
local-auth eap-profile method add leap LEAP2
local-auth method fast authority-id abc20000000000000000000000000000 "IUWVN
Pod 2"
local-auth method fast pac-ttl 40
local-auth method fast server-key 736563726574
interface create ccm 0
interface create cucme 50
interface address ap-manager 10.10.50.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address dynamic-interface cucme 10.10.60.22 255.255.255.0 10.10.60.1
interface address management 10.10.50.20 255.255.255.0 10.10.50.1
interface address virtual 1.1.1.1
interface dhcp ap-manager primary 10.10.50.1
interface dhcp dynamic-interface cucme primary 10.10.60.1
interface dhcp management primary 10.10.50.1
interface vlan cucme 60
interface port ap-manager 1
interface port cucme 1
interface port management 1
load-balancing window 5
apgroup add Building1 Group for APs in Building 1
apgroup add Building2 Group for APs in Building 2
apgroup add default-group
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building1 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 6 management
apgroup interface-mapping add Building2 7 management
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 2 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 3 cucme
apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 6 management

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apgroup interface-mapping add default-group 7 management
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building1 7
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 2
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 3
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 6
wlan apgroup nac disable Building2 7
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 2
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 3
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 6
wlan apgroup nac disable default-group 7
logging buffered 5
logging console 5
logging procinfo disable
msglog level warning
memory monitor error disable
memory monitor leak thresholds 10000 30000
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security rad-mac-filter disable
mesh security eap
mgmtuser add admin2 **** read-write
mobility group domain training2
mobility dscp 0
netuser add student2 **** wlan 2 userType permanent description Pod 2 user
netuser wlan-id student2 2
netuser guest-role create pod2
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-data-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-realtime-rate pod2 50
netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-realtime-rate pod2 50
network webmode enable
network telnet enable
network multicast global enable
network multicast mode multicast 239.22.22.22
network mgmt-via-wireless enable
network mgmt-via-dynamic-interface enable
network ap-priority disabled
network otap-mode disable
network rf-network-name training2
qos average-data-rate silver 1000
qos burst-data-rate silver 1100
qos average-realtime-rate silver 1000
qos average-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos burst-realtime-rate silver 1100
qos burst-realtime-rate platinum 50
qos protocol-type silver dot1p
qos dot1p-tag silver 3
radius fallback-test mode off
radius fallback-test username cisco-probe
radius fallback-test interval 300
rogue ap ssid alarm
rogue ap valid-client alarm
rogue adhoc enable
rogue adhoc alert
rogue ap rldp disable
sessions timeout 0
snmp version v2c enable
snmp version v3 enable
sysname sw2
trapflags 802.11-Security ids-sig-attack disable
trapflags mesh excessive hop count disable
trapflags mesh sec backhaul change disable
wlan create 2 Webauth IUWVN_WEBAUTH
wlan create 3 vowlan2 vowlan2
wlan create 6 IUWVN_WEP IUWVN_WEP
wlan create 7 IUWVN_WPA IUWVN_WPA

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wlan nac disable 2
wlan nac disable 3
wlan nac disable 6
wlan nac disable 7
wlan interface 2 cucme
wlan interface 3 cucme
wlan custom-web global enable 2
wlan mfp infrastructure protection disable 3
wlan qos 2 platinum
wlan qos 3 platinum
wlan qos 6 platinum
wlan radio 2 802.11bg
wlan radio 3 802.11bg
wlan session-timeout 2 disable
wlan session-timeout 3 disable
wlan session-timeout 6 disable
wlan session-timeout 7 disable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 2 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 3 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 6 enable
wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr 7 enable
wlan wmm allow 2
wlan wmm allow 3
wlan wmm allow 6
wlan wmm allow 7
wlan security wpa disable 2
wlan security wpa disable 3
wlan security wpa disable 6
wlan security static-wep-key enable 6
wlan security static-wep-key encryption 6 40 <mode unknown> <passwd hidden> 1
wlan security web-auth enable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 2
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 3
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 6
wlan security wpa akm 802.1x disable 7
wlan security wpa akm psk enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 2
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 3
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 6
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 6
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 6
wlan security wpa akm ft reassociation-time 20 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-air enable 7
wlan security wpa akm ft over-the-ds enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa1 ciphers tkip enable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 disable 7
wlan security wpa wpa2 ciphers aes disable 7
wlan enable 2
wlan enable 3
license agent default authenticate none

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Teardown and Restoration
This topic describes how to tear down and restore the equipment that is used in the course.
Step 1 Leave the Aironet 1252 Series Access Points with their current configuration (AP
name).
Step 2 Clear the configuration of the controllers (pods and class) and then refer to the class
setup to configure the class controller and pod controllers for the next class.
Step 3 Clear the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express configuration, reboot the
appliance, and then reimport the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
configuration file as per the class setup instructions for the next class.
Step 4 Erase the class switch configuration, reboot the switch, and then reimport the class
switch configuration as per the class setup instructions.

Step 5 Uninstall Cisco WCS and reinstall it as per the class setup instructions.
Step 6 Delete the Cisco Secure ACS users and clients created during the class.

Step 7 Leave the phones with their current configuration, because they are reset to factory
default at the beginning of each class.
Step 8 Leave the laptops with their configuration.

You can find the IUWVN_switch.txt configuration file for the class switch in the Instructor
material. It contains the following configuration:

version 12.2

no service pad

service timestamps debug uptime

service timestamps log uptime

no service password-encryption

hostname IUWVN_switch

enable password cisco

no aaa new-model

system mtu routing 1500

ip subnet-zero

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no ip domain-lookup

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.50.1 10.10.50.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.51.1 10.10.51.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.52.1 10.10.52.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.53.1 10.10.53.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.54.1 10.10.54.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.55.1 10.10.55.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.56.1 10.10.56.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.57.1 10.10.57.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.58.1 10.10.58.100

ip dhcp excluded-address 10.10.60.1 10.10.60.100

ip dhcp pool cucme

network 10.10.60.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.60.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool backbone

network 10.10.50.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.50.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod1

network 10.10.51.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.51.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

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ip dhcp pool pod2

network 10.10.52.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.52.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod3

network 10.10.53.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.53.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod4

network 10.10.54.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.54.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod5

network 10.10.55.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.55.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod6

network 10.10.56.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.56.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod7

network 10.10.57.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.57.1

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option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

ip dhcp pool pod8

network 10.10.58.0 255.255.255.0

default-router 10.10.58.1

option 150 ip 10.10.60.60

mls qos

mls qos map cos-dscp 0 8 16 24 34 46 48 56

no file verify auto

spanning-tree mode pvst

spanning-tree extend system-id

vlan internal allocation policy ascending

interface FastEthernet0

no ip address

shutdown

interface GigabitEthernet0/1

description to pod 1 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/2

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description to pod 2 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/3

description to pod 3 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/4

description to pod 4 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/5

description to pod 5 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/6

description to pod 6 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/7

description to pod 7 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

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interface GigabitEthernet0/8

description to pod 8 WLC2106

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

interface GigabitEthernet0/9

description to pod 1 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 51

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/10

description to pod 2 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 52

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/11

description to pod 3 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 53

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/12

description to pod 4 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 54

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spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/13

description to pod 5 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 55

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/14

description to pod 6 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 56

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/15

description to pod 7 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 57

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/16

description to pod 8 1252AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 58

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/17

description Open for wired PC access if needed

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switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

interface GigabitEthernet0/18

description Open for wired PC access if needed

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

interface GigabitEthernet0/19

description to instructor IP phone

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

spanning-tree portfast

srr-queue bandwidth share 1 5 25 75

srr-queue bandwidth shape 30 0 0 0

priority-queue out

interface GigabitEthernet0/20

description to Backbone 1252 AP

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

spanning-tree portfast

mls qos trust dscp

srr-queue bandwidth share 1 5 25 75

srr-queue bandwidth shape 30 0 0 0

priority-queue out

interface GigabitEthernet0/21

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description to Backbone ACS server

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/22

description to Backbone WCS server

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 50

spanning-tree portfast

interface GigabitEthernet0/23

description to Backbone WLC4402

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

switchport mode trunk

mls qos trust cos

srr-queue bandwidth share 1 5 25 75

srr-queue bandwidth shape 30 0 0 0

priority-queue out

interface GigabitEthernet0/24

description to CUCME

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 60

interface GigabitEthernet0/25

interface GigabitEthernet0/26

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interface GigabitEthernet0/27

interface GigabitEthernet0/28

interface TenGigabitEthernet0/1

interface TenGigabitEthernet0/2

vlan 60

name vlan60

vlan 50-58

interface Vlan50

ip address 10.10.50.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan51

ip address 10.10.51.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan52

ip address 10.10.52.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan53

ip address 10.10.53.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan54

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ip address 10.10.54.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan55

ip address 10.10.55.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan56

ip address 10.10.56.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan57

ip address 10.10.57.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan58

ip address 10.10.58.1 255.255.255.0

interface Vlan60

ip address 10.10.60.1 255.255.255.0

ip classless

ip http server

ip routing

control-plane

line con 0

line vty 0 4

password cisco

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login

line vty 5 15

login

end

You can find the cucme_config.txt file in the Instructor material. It contains the following
configuration:

Current configuration : 7102 bytes

version 12.4

service timestamps debug datetime msec

service timestamps log datetime msec

no service password-encryption

hostname cucme

boot-start-marker

boot system flash c2800nm-spservicesk9-mz.124-20.T1.bin

boot-end-marker

logging message-counter syslog

logging buffered 51200 warnings

no aaa new-model

dot11 syslog

ip source-route

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ip cef

ip domain name cisco.com

multilink bundle-name authenticated

voice-card 0

no dspfarm

username admin privilege 15 password 0 cisco

username student privilege 15 password 0 cisco

archive

log config

hidekeys

interface FastEthernet0/0

description $ETH-LAN$$ETH-SW-LAUNCH$$INTF-INFO-FE 0/0$

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ip address 10.10.60.60 255.255.255.0

duplex auto

speed auto

interface FastEthernet0/1

description $ES_LAN$

no ip address

shutdown

duplex auto

speed auto

service-policy output priority

ip forward-protocol nd

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.10.60.1

ip http server

ip http access-class 23

ip http authentication local

ip http secure-server

ip http timeout-policy idle 60 life 86400 requests 10000

access-list 23 permit 10.10.50.0 0.0.0.255

access-list 23 permit 10.10.60.0 0.0.0.255

tftp-server phone/7940-7960/P00308000500.loads

tftp-server phone/7940-7960/P00308000500.bin

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tftp-server phone/7940-7960/P00308000500.sbn

tftp-server phone/7940-7960/P00308000500.sb2

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/CP7921G-1.2.1.LOADS

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/APPS-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/GUI-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/SYS-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/TNUX-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/TNUXR-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server CP7921G-1.2.1/WLAN-1.2.1.SBN

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/apps70.8-3-2-27.sbn

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/cnu70.8-3-2-27.sbn

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/cvm70sccp.8-3-2-27.sbn

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/dsp70.8-3-2-27.sbn

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/jar70sccp.8-3-2-27.sbn

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/SCCP70.8-3-3S.loads

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/term70.default.loads

tftp-server phone/7970-7971/term71.default.loads

control-plane

telephony-service

video

load 7921 CP7921G-1.2.1.LOADS

load 7970 term70.default.loads

max-ephones 18

max-dn 18

ip source-address 10.10.60.60 port 2000

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service phone videoCapability 1

max-conferences 8 gain -6

moh music-on-hold.au

multicast moh 239.1.1.1 port 2000

web admin system name admin password cisco

dn-webedit

time-webedit

transfer-system full-consult

create cnf-files version-stamp Jan 01 2002 00:00:00

ephone-dn 1

number 1000

ephone-dn 2

number 1001

ephone-dn 3

number 1002

ephone-dn 4

number 1003

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ephone-dn 5

number 1004

ephone-dn 6

number 1005

ephone-dn 7

number 1006

ephone-dn 8

number 1041

ephone-dn 9

number 1008

ephone-dn 10

number 1009

ephone-dn 11

number 1010

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ephone-dn 12

number 1011

ephone 1

button 1:1

ephone 2

button 1:2

ephone 3

button 1:3

ephone 4

button 1:4

ephone 5

button 1:5

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ephone 6

button 1:6

ephone 7

button 1:7

ephone 8

button 1:8

ephone 9

button 1:9

ephone 10

button 1:10

ephone 11

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button 1:11

ephone 12

button 1:12

banner login ^C

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The Cisco Router and Security Device Manager (Cisco SDM) is installed on this device.

This feature requires the one-time use of the username “cisco.” and the password “cisco.” The
default username and password have a privilege level of 15.

Please change these publicly known initial credentials by using Cisco SDM or the Cisco IOS
CLI.

Here are the Cisco IOS commands:

username <myuser> privilege 15 secret 0 <mypassword>

no username cisco

Replace <myuser> and <mypassword> with the username and password that you want to use.

For more information about Cisco SDM, please follow the instructions in the “Quick Start

Guide” for your router or go to http://www.cisco.com/go/sdm.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

^C

line con 0

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login local

line aux 0

line vty 0 4

access-class 23 in

privilege level 15

login local

transport input telnet ssh

line vty 5 15

access-class 23 in

privilege level 15

login local

transport input telnet ssh

scheduler allocate 20000 1000

end

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