Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a development where increasingly more employees take their own devices (laptop, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to the workplace. When visiting the Interoperability Lab day visitors will be able to participate in our own BYOD test. The great thing about this test is that visitors can see whether their own Internet devices can make a connection with the IPv6 WLAN environment. Upon connecting the device visitors will be connected to the Interoperability Lab Network and thus by definition be Inside the Lab. This means that he or she gains access to the other test and is able to participate in them freely.
How is this tested?
This wireless network must be interoperable with other network devices in the core network and devices brought by visitors. In order to achieve this the LAN test environment will be extended to a WLAN. This network will be based on the new IPv6 protocol, which allows the team to test the devices that support IPv6 and successfully connect to it. It is intended that two different brands and types of accesspoints extend the LAN to a WLAN IPv6 together.
|2||Accespoint||Altitude 4610 (Extreme Networks)||A2B Internet|
|1||Wireless (Accesspoint) Controler||WM3600 (Extreme Networks)||A2B Internet|
|1||Switch||Summit X4b00-24 (Extreme Networks)||A2B Internet|