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ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

Pretty simple question: will ClientMatch only work if the client is 802.11ac?

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Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

I might be wrong (nothing new) believe is a 6.3 feature
Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
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Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

That's what I'm thinking, but it wasn't clear from the videos I watched.  Shouldn't require 802.11ac APs then either, right?

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Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

ClientMatch is a part of ARM 3.0 which is available in 6.3. As long as the AP is supported by the code, you should have ClientMatch functionality. (Pre-N APs will not support ClientMatch)


Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

It is a 6.3 feature, but it does not require 802.11ac APs.  This will work across all 802.11n capable APs as well.  There is no support for client match on legacy a/b/g APs (AP-65s, AP-70s,etc).

Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

Perfect!  Thanks everyone.

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Re: ClientMatch - Is it 802.11ac only

so even the small rap3 instant will work with the client match? :)

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