12-06-2012 12:06 AM
from what i heard it isn't support yet.
the question is also how useful it will be as client support is pretty limited, windows 8 seems the first serious supported platform. and when it is support there are issues, see for example:
07-02-2013 03:41 PM - edited 07-02-2013 03:43 PM
I want to say that "support" and interoperability are two different things. Backwards compatibility is essential for any standard.
There are quite a few older clients that expect "all of the bits" to be in place when they associate. If they are not, they just simply refuse to associate, and that will slow adoption of many useful new standards to a crawl: https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2225361
What will be the next client that refuses to work? Nobody knows... https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-27213
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03-04-2014 05:57 AM - edited 03-04-2014 05:58 AM
It is available in AOS 6.4
From page 404 of the AOS 6.4 user guide:
Management Frame Protection ArubaOS supports the IEEE 802.11w standard, also known as Management Frame Protection (MFP). MFP makes it difficult for an attacker to deny service by spoofing Deauth and Disassoc management frames. MFP uses 802.11i (Robust Security Network) framework that establishes encryption keys between the client and AP. MFP is configured on a virtual AP (VAP) as part of the wlan ssid-profile. There are two parameters that can be configured, mfp-capable and mfp-required. Both are disabled by default. MFP can only be enabled on SSIDs that support WPA2. MFP is not supported on virtual APs using tunnel forwarding mode.