BDCOM WSC6100-NC Series is a wireless access controller with high performance and high reliability, which are invented by BDCOM on the basis of the multi-core hardware platform, and characteristic of versatile functions, various services and stability.
Centralized and Secure Access of Wireless Networks
Seamless Roaming Characteristics
Centralized Wireless Network Management
All-round QoS Mechanism
Direct IP connection, static route
L2 or L3 forwarding between AC and external network
Switching load from troubled AC to another normal AC (The switch over policy can be set)
Port redundancy: multi-port binding
Connecting AP/AC via L3 security tunnel
Centralized, distributive and hybrid exchanges of L2 services
Inner-AC or inter-AC roaming
Forwarding all services after being centralized on AC
Forwarding some AP or SSID services on a thin AP locally
802.11g, 802.11d, 802.11h,
802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3u,
802.3x, 802.3z, ARP, Reverse ARP,
multi-LAN ARP/Proxy ARP
STP/802.1Q L2 forwarding
RFC791 IP, RFC792 ICMP, RFC793 TCP, RFC768 UDP,
RFC854 Telnet, RFC1542 BOOTP,
RFC1191 Path MTU Discovery,
Supports static channel conﬁguration.
Supports automatic channel conﬁguration when AP is powered.
Supports automatic channel conﬁguration when AP is running.
Supports to set an automatic channel choice list.
Automatic transmitting power
Supports to set the static transmitting power.
Supports the automatic transmitting power for coverage remedy.
Supports the \STA-based automatic transmitting power to improve the throughput.
Supports the STA-based automatic rate choice.
Supports to limit the maximum transmitting rate
Multi-domain conﬁguration of the authentication server
Connection of active and standby authentication/charging servers
Isolation of the authentication server and the charging server
Illegal AP detection
Illegal terminal checkup
Isolation of users’ services
Supports Pallas cloud platform
Local interconnection based on WEB/SSH
Remote control via SNMP access
Uniform network management via OMC
MIB-II(RFC1213), which is based on TCP/IP Internet management base
RFC1537, which is a developing protocol of MIB-II
ISO/IEC 8802-11:1999/Amd 1:2000
MIB that is deﬁned by IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11i
User’s flow control
Supports the domain-based flow control (taking VLAN or SSID as the configuration domain).
Supports user-level flow control or flow control based on the contract information of the Radius server.
Supports 802.11e, which provides different services according to session’s priority.
Supports to map users’ QoS levels according to SSID.
Supports 802.1p and L2 packet’s priority mapping
Load balance and control:
Supports AP/AC interconnection based on priority and load.
Supports load balance between adjacent APs on the basis of user quantity and flow.
|BDCOM WSC6100-NC128||BDCOM WSC6100-NC128 Intelligent AC Controller (1 CON, 1 GE-Combo, 8 GE-LAN, Maximum 128 APs, 220VAC power supply)|
|BDCOM WSC6100-NC256||BDCOM WSC6100-NC256 Intelligent AC Controller (1 CON, 1 10GE SFP+, 2 GE SFP, 2 GE TX, 8 GE-LAN, Maximum 256 APs, 220VAC power supply)|
|WSC6100-Lic-64||WSC6100-NC controller License, 64 AP capacity, support multiple order|
|WSC6100-Lic-256||WSC6100-NC controller License, 256 AP capacity，support multiple order|