02-11-2015 04:31 AM
Comparing IAP with A Mobility Controller are these needs cover on both ?
1. roaming between different ssid's - iamgine that we have two floors , 2 ssid and the same user. Can he jump from one to another without re authenticate?
2. Is it possible to limit the power of certain AP's ( to for ex 50mw)? In IAP or only with Mobility Controller
3 . IAP permits to have captive portal configuration? Or only with a controller
4. APP RF is available in both IAP and controller 700 series ( OS rls 184.108.40.206-4.1) correct?
Thanks for the help
02-11-2015 07:48 AM
Thanks for the help.
is there any document that stats the differences between IAP´s and Mobility Controllers?
Is it possible to IAP to have a DNS server internal?
All data between AP´s and mobility controllers is encrypted (GRE) . In IAP is the same? Is there any data passed in clear mode?
02-11-2015 07:55 AM
GRE MAY be encrypted based on the wireless encryption.
In Instant, most traffic is bridged out the local AP. Things like
authentications, guest traffic, and traffic destined for a VPN tunnel are
sent through the virtual controller.
Tim Cappalli | Aruba ClearPass TME
@timcappalli | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480 / ACEAP / CWSP
02-11-2015 01:19 PM
I am asking because we need to certify that no data passes in clear?
Assuming your words, i get a little confused.
Since encription is related to wireless encription, is ok to tought that data passes clear between iap and ap or controller and ap's ?
02-11-2015 02:26 PM
If your requirement is that no data passes in the clear, I would most certainly use a mobility controller as the encryption happens between the wlan client and the controller...vs the IAP where the encryption happens at the IAPs
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02-15-2015 05:03 AM
of your original questions then certainly IAP does all four things. but the buildin captive portal is very limited in configuration options and the accounts don't have an expire function. doesn't have to be an issue, but might be.