Configuring Cisco WLAN Clients
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Cisco 802.11a/b/g WLAN Client Adapters
802.11a/b/g dual-band client adapters
Supports all three current standards
54 Mbps in 2.4 and 5 GHz bands
802.11b support provides investment protection
CardBus or PCI card
Supported operating systems
Windows 2000 and Windows XP
ADU: Aironet Desktop Utility
ACM: Aironet Client Monitor
ACAU: Aironet Client Administration Utility
Client Adapter Installation Wizard
Requires a forced reboot at the completion of the install (prompts in the beginning as a warning).
Protection to ensure that machine is left in a stable state.
Shows multiple status screens.
Drivers, ADU, firmware, LEAP, and so on.
Card must be inserted at the beginning of the setup and must be identified by the computer as new hardware. (If it is not identified as new hardware, reboot the laptop.)
ADU: Main Profile Screen
Auto profile selection
Can scan for access point SSIDs
ADU: Security Settings
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)/WPA2 support
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and Extensible Authentication Protocol-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST) supported
ADU: Advanced Settings
Selectively choose wireless modes to decrease association time.
ADU Diagnostics: Advanced Statistics
Used predominately during troubleshooting
Aironet Client Administration Utility (ACAU)
Creates file with profiles and settings
Profiles imported during the installation of ADU and firmware
For AIR-CB21AG and AIR-PI21AG
Installs across network
Encrypted setup files
Windows 2000 and Windows XP only
Aironet Configuration Administration Utility
Easy binary configurations for security and utility
Cisco Wireless IP Phone
For workers who need to communicate while moving about their workplace or campus
Same features as Cisco wired IP Phones
Graphical, menu-driven user interface
Multiline appearance (up to six extensions)
Phone book with speed dials
Auto VLAN configuration and Cisco CallManager registration
Cisco Compatible Extensions
No-cost licensing of technology for use in WLAN adapters and devices
Independent testing to ensure interoperability with Cisco infrastructure
Marketing of compliant products by Cisco and product suppliers under “Cisco Compatible” brand
Cisco Compatible Extensions (Cont.)
Cisco Compatible client devices
Assured compatibility with 300+ devices
Enhanced security, mobility, and performance
Supports diverse enterprise applications
Ensures multivendor interoperability
Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
Develops interoperability with semiconductor and client vendors
Provides additional functionality and performance improvement while working with Cisco access points and Cisco wireless infrastructure
Objective: The Cisco Compatible Extensions program provides customers with a broad range of WLAN client devices that have tested interoperability with Cisco Aironet innovations.
Specification: Cisco provides specification to WLAN silicon providers.
Interoperability test: Devices are tested by approved third-party vendor for the specification.
Compatibility: Approved products are marketed.
The installation wizard for the Cisco 802.11a/b/g WLAN client adapter installs driver and utilities.
The Cisco 802.11a/b/g client adapter is configured via Cisco ADU.
Cisco ADU can be used for troubleshooting the client adapter.
The Cisco Aironet Site Survey Utility provides information about available WLANs.
Cisco ADU provides more features than Windows XP for the Cisco client adapter configuration.
Cisco ACAU provides preconfiguration of WLAN profiles for software distribution.
The Cisco Wireless IP Phone provides integration of IP telephony into WLANs.
The Cisco Compatible Extensions program enhances WLAN features for WLAN adapters from multiple vendors.