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Configuration Guide - WLAN-AC

S5700 and S6720 V200R012C00

This document describes the configurations of WLAN, including WLAN Service Configuration, Radio Resource Management, Roaming, WLAN QoS, WLAN Security, WDS, Mesh, Location, Hotspot 2.0, Dual-Link Cold Backup, N+1 Backup.

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Overview of the Enterprise IoT Solution - Smart Meeting Rooms

Overview of the Enterprise IoT Solution - Smart Meeting Rooms

Scenario Overview

In enterprises, meetings may be disturbed by someone who come to check whether meeting rooms are available.

To address this issue, Huawei provides a smart meeting room solution. An electronic display is installed at the entrance of a meeting room to show whether the meeting room is in use. This prevents irrelevant personnel from disturbing meetings and improves meeting efficiency.

Solution Benefits

This solution brings the following benefits:
  • Meetings will not be disturbed and the meeting efficiency is improved.
  • A WLAN can be reused as a smart meeting room IoT network to achieve network integration, reducing network deployment and maintenance costs and helping administrators centrally manage the network.

Network Architecture

As shown in Figure 27-1, the network architecture of the smart meeting room IoT solution consists of the terminal layer, access layer, pipe layer, and application layer.
Figure 27-1  Network architecture
  • Terminal layer

    Electronic displays are installed at the entrance of meeting rooms.

  • Access layer

    IoT cards are located at this layer.

  • Pipe layer

    Network devices such as APs, ACs, and switches are deployed at this layer.

  • Application layer

    The meeting room management system and IoT card management system are deployed at this layer.

Related Products

Table 27-1  Related products





Provides slots for IoT cards to access the WLAN.


Only the AP4050DN-E can be used.


Manages APs, delivers configurations to them, and works together with them.



It is used to build a networking structure and forward packet data on the network.


Electronic display Displays availability of a meeting room. It is installed at the entrance of a meeting room. Century
IoT card Exchanges data with electronic displays and delivers information to them. Century
IoT management system Manages IoT cards and electronic displays. Century
Meeting room management system Manages meeting room reservations and usage, and delivers information to IoT cards. Customer


The implementation and configuration methods of the smart meeting room IoT solution are similar to those of the electronic shelf label (ESL) solution. The differences are as follows:
  • The smart meeting room IoT solution uses electronic displays to show meeting room information, while the ESL solution uses ESLs to display commodity prices and information.
  • In the smart meeting room IoT solution, the meeting room management system updates and delivers information to electronic displays. In the ESL solution, the ERP system updates and delivers information to ESLs.

For details about the implementation and configuration of the smart meeting room solution, see Smart Retail IoT Solution - ESL.

Updated: 2018-12-24

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