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Ruckus Wireless SmartCell Gateway 200

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La plataforma WLAN más escalable y versátil de la industria

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Descripción

Large-Scale Access Point Controller

The SCG-200 offers one of the industry’s most scalable WLAN controller architectures, through a unique, dynamically scalable clustering model that maintains carrier-class availability and resiliency through N+1 redundancy and hot-swappable components. An SCG-200 cluster can support tens of thousands of Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi APs and hundreds of thousands of concurrent Wi-Fi subscribers, with an aggregate throughput of 20Gbps per 2RU’s of rack space. The SCG’s carrier-class element management system (EMS) can be integrated into an operator’s central NMS via standard data exchange interfaces, providing feature-rich management of access points, such as RF management, load balancing, adaptive meshing and backhaul optimization.

WLAN Gateway Support

The SCG 200 can provide Trusted WLAN Gateway functionality per 3GPP TS 23.402 (June 2012). Trusted WLAN Gateway functionality allows a Wi-Fi RAN to connect to a P-GW (or GGSN) in the mobile packet core over industry standard interfaces and using standard protocols like GTP and PMIP. This approach utilizes 802.1x/EAP for secure authentication and 802.11i for Wi-Fi airlink encryption. These protocols are supported on all smartphones, as they are required as part of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s WPA2®-certification program. The SCG 200 can also directly interface with mobile packet core AAA or HLR/HSS systems for client authentication and policy setting.

Local Breakout

The SCG 200 can also offload traffic directly to the Internet. This would usually be the case when the traffic is not SIM-based, and would not benefit from being backhauled to the mobile packet core. Examples here include tablets and laptops, which in most cases do not have cellular modems. Local breakout requires that selected services be performed at the SCG 200, most of which would normally be provided in the mobile packet core.

Carrier-class Element Management System

The SCG 200 provides an integrated carrier-class element management system (EMS) that can be used for rapid deployment and eliminates the need for separate and expensive management systems. The built-in EMS provides user-friendly full-fledged FCAPS support and can be easily integrated with existing OSS/BSS systems via a variety of interfaces ranging from traditional SNMP or CLI based interfaces to web programming friendly secure API based methods (RESTful JSON).

Power

Dual (redundant) AC or DC hot-swappable power supplies
DC input requirements
Voltage: -48 to -60VDC
Current: 13A
AC input requirements (auto-range)
50/60Hz
100 to 127VAC/maximum current 6A
200 to 240VAC/maximum current 3A

Physical Size

2RU rack mountable
8.76cm(H) x 43.53cm(W) x 50.8cm(D)
(3.45″ x 17.14″ x 20″)

Weight

40 lbs (18.14 kilograms)

Interfaces

Control: Six 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 ports
Data: four 10GigE data ports
Serial ports, RJ-45 (one front, one back)

LED Display

See User Guide for details

Fans

Six redundant, field-swappable fan sets

Environmental Conditions

Operating Temperature: 41°F (5°C) – 104°F (40°C)
Operating Humidity: Up to 95% Non-condensing at 73°F (23°C) – 104°F (40°C)
Acoustic Emission:
Sound power: 7 bels max at 25°C ambient
Sound power: 8.9 bels at max fan speed
Power consumption and Heat output:
Min: 235W (802 BTU/hr)
Typical: 255W (870 BTU/hr)
Max: 300W (1024 BTU/hr)

Supported Configurations
Managed APs

Up to 10,000 per SCG
Up to 30,000 per cluster of 4

Concurrent Mobiles (UEs) / Stations

Up to 100,000 tunneled concurrent sessions per SCG
Up to 300,000 per cluster of 4

WLANs

6,144 per SCG

Controller Expansion

Up to 4 controllers in 4/4 active mode, supporting non-disruptive capacity expansion. Future releases will validate larger clusters.

Controller Redundancy

Distributed data preserving with 3:1 redundancy

Key Functionality
Data Offload

Trusted WLAN Access using 3GPP TS 23.402 (802.1x/EAP)
Untrusted WLAN Access using 3GPP TS 23.234 (TTG/PDG)
Local offoad of traffic directly to the Internet

Authentication Protocols

Open, 802.1x/EAP, PSK, WISPr, WPA, WPA2-AES, WPA-TKIP, WEP
Fast EAP-SIM re-authentication
EAP-SIM, EAP-AKA, EAP-AKA’ over WLAN for 802.1x Wi-Fi Locations with the SCG AAA-Proxy functionality enabled

AAA Service

Incorporates on-board EAP-server enabling SIGTRAN based authentication with external HLR/HSS
RADIUS (AAA) PROXY

WISPr Support

WISPr 1.0 authentication

Element Management

Secure multi-operator login (RBAC)
Large scale (bulk) AP management tools
Configuration audit trails
Alarm and event notification (SNMP V2/V3)
Extensive statistics and reporting
Integrated on-board remote accessible EMS
RESTful APIs (JSON)
CLI

Regulatory / Certifications
Miscellaneous

WFA Certifed
NEBS level 3 compliant

Safety

UL60950-1 /CSA 60950-1 (USA / Canada)
EN60950-1 (Europe)
IEC60950-1 (International), CB Certifcate & Report including all international deviations
GS Certifcate (Germany)
GOST R Approval (Russia)
CE – Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEE (Europe)
CCC Certifcation (China)

EMC

FCC / ICES-003 – Emissions (USA/Canada)
CISPR 22 – Emissions (International)
EN55022 – Emissions (Europe)
EN55024 – Immunity (Europe)
EN61000-3-2 – Harmonics (Europe)
EN61000-3-3 – Voltage Flicker (Europe)
CE – EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (Europe)
VCCI Emissions (Japan)
AS/NZS: CISPR 22 Emissions (Australia / New Zealand)
BSMI CNS13438 Emissions (Taiwan)
GOST R Approval Emissions and Immunity (Russia)
KCC Approval (Korea)
CCC Certifcation (China)

Marca

Ruckus Wireless

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