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Until now, large-scale projects with many devices required all of these various devices to be configured individually. This configuration often has to be conducted on-site. For your highly qualified IT staff, this can take up significant amounts of their valuable time.

The LMC has made the manual configuration of individual devices a thing of the past—software-defined technology (SD-WAN, SD-LAN, SD-WLAN, SD-SECURITY) now delivers fully automated configuration.

All the administrator has to do is to use the LMC to specify the framework conditions for the design of the network.

Auto-configuration and zero-touch deployment implement an automated rollout with maximum security. Zero-touch deployment means that commissioning a device merely involves mounting it on location and connecting it up. Thanks to the auto-configuration per software-defined networking (SDN), the network administrator does not need to touch the device. It is immediately ready for use.

This means that the devices can be mounted and connected on-site by less qualified personnel. In the attached PDF document we briefly explain the various rollout options available with the LMC.


The attached PDF article assumes that a project has been created and that the networks and locations are already defined. For the specific project and/or locations, a Smart-Config or add-ins should be predefined as they automatically implement the configuration for any device that is new to the project or location.

Also see the LANCOM techpaper “Concepts behind the LANCOM Management Cloud”.

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