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Motorola RFS7000

RFS 7000 Wireless RF Switch

Designed for large scale, high bandwidth deployments, the RFS7000 provides robust, highly scalable support for enterprise mobility.

The RFS 7000 wireless switch delivers unmatched performance, security, resiliency, scalability and manageability for the large wireless enterprise/campus/warehouse, providing a single platform capable of delivering carrier-grade wireless voice and data for 8,000-96,000 users. Motorola`s Wireless Next Generation (Wi-NG) architecture improves operational efficiency of a wireless switch and reduces the cost of mobility with a powerful comprehensive feature set that includes Adaptive AP, SMART RF and Wired/Wireless Firewall for Wi-Fi, RFID locationing, providing gap-free layered security, and unmatched reliability for 802.11n with Mesh, centralized management and more – best ROI and lowest TCO.

Wi-NG architecture — delivering a unified voice, data and RF management platform

Improve business process flow with one platform for wireless voice, video, data and multiple RF technologies on one platform — such as RFID, Wi-Fi (including 802.11n) and future technologies such as Wi-MAX; rich enterprise-class functionality includes seamless roaming across L2/L3 deployments, resilient failover capabilities, comprehensive security, toll-quality voice and other value-added services, such as multi-RF locationing.

Role-based wired/wireless firewall

Comprehensively secures and protects the wired and wireless network with Stateful Inspection against attacks and unauthorized access at Layer 2 and Layer 3; ability to create identity and location-based policies provides granular control of network access.

Adaptive AP — Extending the Enterprise

Enables centralized management of 802.11 a/b/g/n mesh access points at remote sites including automatic firmware upgrades; provides site survivability for remote locations with 802.11a/b/g/n networks for unparalleled resiliency.

SMART RF Management

Next generation self-healing: enables the WLAN to automatically and intelligently adapt to changes in the RF environment to eliminate unforeseen gaps in coverage.

Wireless Intrusion Protection System

The built-in wireless intrusion protection system provides defense against over-the-air attacks by leveraging the sensing capabilities of AP300/ AP51x1/ AP7131

Comprehensive layered security

Exceptional level of data and network protection without sacrificing fast roaming, including: WPA2-CCMP (with 802.11i fast roaming options); Stateful Firewall at Layer 2 and Layer 3 for the wired and wireless network with role based configurations; Geofencing, integrated RADIUS Server; IPSec VPN Gateway; Secure Guest Access Provisioning; 802.11w for management frame protection, and 24x7 dedicated security via Motorola’s Wireless IPS, providing the advanced technology required to detect any rogue network, including 802.11n

Enhanced End-to-End Quality of Service (QoS)

Enhances voice and video capabilities; prioritizes network traffic to minimize latency and provide optimal quality of experience; SIP Call Admission Control and Wi-Fi Multimedia Extensions (WMM-Power Save) with Admission Control enhances multimedia application support and improves battery life and capacity; network optimization through granular bandwidth contracts based on bandwidth utilization network load and number of users for different applications being used, in different locations; TSPEC Admission Control ensures ample bandwidth and a superior user experience for VoIP calls; 802.11k provides effective radio resource management.

Real Time Locationing System (RTLS)

Provides rich locationing services to enable real-time enterprise asset-tracking through support for 802.11, RFID and third party locationing solutions — including industry leaders AeroScout, Ekahau, and Newbury Networks. Standards-based support for: EPC Global ALE interface for processing and filtering data from all active and passive tags; and EPC Global LLRP interface for passive RFID tag support.

Clustering and failover features

Supports multiple levels of redundancy and failover capabilities to ensure high availability networks; provides a single Virtual IP (per VLAN) for the cluster for use as a default gateway by mobile devices or wired infrastructure; built-in DHCP/ AAA server synchronized failover; multi-platform license sharing enables deployment of cost-effective networks.

True mobility

Virtual AP provides better control of broadcast traffic and enables multiple mobile and wireless applications with quality of service when network is congested; Pre-emptive Roaming ensures Motorola mobile devices roam before signal quality degrades; Power Save Protocol optimizes battery life.

Adaptive AP support

Supports 1024 AP-5131 802.11 a/b/g or AP-7131 802.11 a/b/g/n Adaptive Access Points per Switch and 12,288 per cluster. Multiple country configuration support for Adaptive AP


802.1D-1999 Ethernet bridging; 802.11-.802.3 bridging; 802.1Q VLAN tagging and

trunking; proxy ARP; IP packet steering-redirection



Wireless LAN Supports 256 WLANs; multi-ESS/BSSID traffic

segmentation; VLAN to ESSID mapping; Dynamic

assignment of VLANs (on RADIUS authentication);

power save protocol polling; pre-emptive roaming; VLAN

Loadbalancing and dynamic VLAN adjustment; IGMP




Congestion control per WLAN; per user based on

user count or bandwidth utilization across a group of

neighboring APs; dynamic load balancing of APs in a

cluster. Bandwidth provisioning via AAA server

Layer 2 or Layer 3 deployment

Layer 3 Mobility (Inter-Subnet Roaming)

IPv6 client support

Access Points


Dependent APs: AP 300, AP 621**, AP 650

Independent/Adaptive APs: AP 4131*, AP 5131*, AP

6511**, AP 6521**, AP 6532**, AP 7131, AP 7161**

Access points Supports 256 802.11 a/b/g AP 300s or 802.11a/b/g/n

1,024** AP 650 thin access points for L2 or L3

deployment per switch; Legacy support*: AP100 for L2

deployments only

Adaptive AP Supports adoption of 1,024 adaptive access points in

Adaptive Mode per switch/controller; multiple country

configuration support; Legacy support*: AP 4131 port

conversion for L2 deployments only)

Radio frequency automatic channel select (ACS); Transmit power control management

(TPC); Country code-based RF configuration; 802.11b, 802.11g 802.11a, and




Role-based wired/wireless firewall ( L2-L7) with stateful inspection for wired

and wireless traffic; Active firewall sessions — 205,000 per controller; protects

against IP Spoofing and ARP Cache Poisoning

Access Control Lists


L2/L3/L4 ACLs

Wireless IDS/IPS Multi-mode rogue AP detection, Rogue AP Containment,

802.11n Rogue Detection, Ad-Hoc

Network Detection, Denial of Service protection

against wireless attacks, client blacklisting, excessive

authentication/association; excessive probes; excessive

disassociation/deauthentication; excessive decryption

errors; excessive authentication failures; excessive

802.11 replay; excessive crypto IV failures (TKIP/CCMP

replay); Suspicious AP, device in ad-hoc

mode, unauthorized AP using authorized SSID, EAP

flood, fake AP flood, ID theft, ad-hoc advertising

authorized SSID

Geofencing Add location of users as a parameter that defines access

control to the network

WIPS sensor


Supported on the AP 300*, AP 650, AP 621 and the

adaptive AP 5131 and AP6511, AP 6521, AP 6532,

AP 7131, AP7161

Anomaly Analysis Source Media Access Control (MAC) = Dest MAC;

Illegal frame sizes; Source MAC is multicast; TKIP

countermeasures; all zero addresses

Authentication Access Control Lists (ACLS); pre-shared keys (PSK);

802.1x/EAP—transport layer security (TLS), tunneled

transport layer security (TTLS), protected EAP (PEAP);

Kerberos Integrated AAA/RADIUS Server with native

support for EAP-TTLS, EAP-PEAP (includes a built in user

name/password database; supports LDAP), and EAP-SIM

Transport encryption WEP 40/128 (RC4), KeyGuard, WPA—TKIP, WPA2-CCMP


802.11w* Provides origin authentication, integrity, confidentiality

and replay protection of management frames for

Motorola’s AP 300 access point

IPSec VPN gateway Supports DES, 3DES and AES-128 and AES-256

encryption, with site-to-site and client-to-site

VPN capabilities; supports 2,048 concurrent IPSEC

tunnels per switch/controller

Secure guest access

(Hotspot provisioning)

Provides secure guest access for wired* and wireless

clients. built-in captive portal, customizable login/

welcome pages, URL redirection for user login, usagebased

charging, dynamic VLAN assignment of clients,

DNS white list, GRE tunneling* of traffic to central site,

API support* for interoperability with custom web portals

support for external authentication and billing systems

Wireless RADIUS

Support (Standard and

Motorola Vendor

Specific Attributes)

User Based VLANs (Standard)

MAC Based Authentication (Standard)

User Based QoS (Motorola VSA)

Location Based Authentication (Motorola VSA)

Allowed ESSIDs (Motorola VSA)

NAC support with third party systems from Microsoft, Symantec and Bradford



RSSI based triangulation for Wi-Fi assets

Tags supported Ekahau, Aeroscout, Newbury, Gen 2 Tags

RFID support Compliant with LLRP protocol. Built-in support for the

following Motorola RFID readers: fixed (XR440, XR450,

XR480; mobile (RD5000) and handheld (MC9090-G RFID)



RF priority 802.11 traffic prioritization and precedence

Wi-Fi Multimedia


WMM-power save with TSPEC Admission Control;


IGMP snooping Optimizes network performance by preventing flooding of

the broadcast domain

SIP Call Admission


Controls the number of active SIP sessions initiated by a

wireless VoIP phone

802.11k* Provides radio resource management to improve client

throughput (11k client required)


and marking

Layer 1-4 packet classification; 802.1p VLAN priority;




Active:Standby; Active:Active and N+1 redundancy with access port and Wireless

Client load balancing; Critical resource monitoring

Virtual IP*: Single virtual IP (per VLAN) for a switch/contoller cluster to use as the

default gateway by mobile devices or wired infrastructure. Seamless fail-over of

associated services e.g. DHCP Server.

SMART RF: Network optimization to ensure user quality of experience at all times by

dynamic adjustments to channel and power (on detection of RF interference or loss of

RF coverage/neighbor recovery).

Dual Firmware bank supports Image Failover capability



Command line interface (serial, telnet, SSH); secure Web-based GUI (SSL) for

the wireless controller and the cluster; SNMP v1/v2/v3; SNMP traps—40+ user

configurable options; Syslog; Firmware, Config upgrade via TFTP, FTP & SFTP

(clients); simple network time protocol (SNTP); text-based switch/controller

configuration files; DHCP (client/server/relay), controller auto-configuration and

firmware updates with DHCP options; multiple user roles (for controller access);

MIBs (MIB-II, Etherstats, wireless controller specific monitoring and configuration);

Email notifications for critical alarms; Wireless Client naming capability



Form factor 1U Rack Mount

Dimensions 1.75 in. H x 17.32 in. W x 15.39 in. D

44.45 mm H x 440 mm W x 390.8 mm D

Weight 13.5 lbs./6.12 kg

Physical interfaces 4 10/100/1000 Cu/SFP Ethernet interfaces,

1 10/100 OOB port, 1 CF card slot, 2 USB slots,

1 serial port (RJ45 style)

MTBF >65,000 Hours



AC input voltage 90 – 264 VAC 50/60Hz

Max Power





Operating temperature 32° F to 104° F /0° C to 40° C

Storage temperature -40° F to 158° F/-40° C to 70° C

Operating humidity 5% to 85% (w/o condensation)

Storage humidity 5% to 85% (w/o condensation)

Max Operating





Product safety UL / cUL 60950-1, IEC / EN60950-1

EMC compliance FCC (USA), Industry Canada, CE (Europe), VCCI (Japan),

C-Tick (Australia/New Zealand)

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