Controller Based WLANs

What is the difference between ids-high-setting and ids-low-setting?

by on ‎07-04-2014 02:22 PM

Product and Software: This article applies to all Aruba mobility controllers and ArubaOS 3.3.2.0.

 

 

The difference between ids-high-setting and ids-low-setting is that some features are enabled in the high setting, but are disabled in the low setting.

 

 

The following features are examples of features that are affected by these settings:

 

  • Wired Containment
  • Detect Adhoc Networks
  • Detect Windows Bridge
  • Detect Devices with an Invalid MAC OUI
  • Rogue AP Classification
  • Protect Valid Stations
  • Detect Misconfigured AP
  • Protect SSID
  • Protect 40MHz 802.11n High Throughput Devices
  • Protect from Adhoc Networks
  • Rogue Containment
  • Detect Bad WEP
  • Protect Misconfigured AP
  • Privacy
  • Protect 802.11n High Throughput Devices
  • Suspected Rogue Containment

 

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