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  1. NetReg Update Wireless Update & Demo SP2 Knowledge Sharing IT Briefing Agenda 8/19/04 • Jay Flanagan • Paul Petersen • All

  2. Wireless Update & Demo

  3. Agenda • Short History of the Wireless Project • Current Project Status • How Emory’s Wireless Works • Demonstration

  4. Wireless History • 1/27/04: Ways & Means Meeting • Presented NetCom’s initial research • Asked to proceed with infrastructure development using NetCom funds • Asked to estimate cost of campus wide wireless • Asked to analyze different billing models

  5. Wireless History cont. • 4/13/04: Ways & Means Meeting • Presented campus wide estimate and billing models • Asked to build list of University only common areas that would benefit the most from wireless access • Asked to estimate cost of common area installation

  6. Wireless History cont. • 6/8/04: Ways & Means Meeting • Presented wireless common areas, installation cost and operational cost • Startup operational funding model approved • Wireless announcement and approval process identified • Netcom approved to move forward with common area installation

  7. Wireless Project Status • All three wireless pilots complete • Management system and support infrastructure in place • Netcom wireless workgroup and ITD/NetCom wireless planning group established • Wireless support positions identified and recruiting has begun

  8. Wireless Project Next Steps • Complete installation of wireless networking for University users in common areas • Install wireless in requested areas based on appropriate request procedures (Healthcare or University)

  9. Wireless Common Areas • Ways & Means approved the following areas to be funded centrally and installation efforts have begun • Woodruff Library • Cox Hall • SAAC • Dobbs University Center • Quadrangle • Health Sciences Center Quad

  10. Wireless Equipment • Access Points manufactured by Colubris Networks • Named “hottest startup” at Supercomm • Deployed by over 500 companies and Universities • McDonalds, University British Columbia, McGill University, Nagoya University, AT&T, Marriott, Hilton, Barnes and Noble,…

  11. Security • Security and Authenticated Access is achieved using VPN (PPTP) • VPN is supported on the widest variety of clients • As new wireless authentication and encryption standards are ratified we will be able to transition

  12. The Parts

  13. How it works • Wireless Client associates to the Access Point (AP) and is given a private IP address by DHCP server on the AP • Wireless Client establishes VPN (PPTP) tunnel to AP. AP uses campus Radius servers to check authentication credentials • Campus DHCP server provides global IP address to wireless client • Wireless Client is on the network

  14. Demonstration

  15. NetCom