10-21-2013 12:14 PM
i have a customer is a school with 380 ipad,.
They want controll the APPs of all the students ipads, they want block the updates of ipads to itunes, they want to diferentiate teachers ipads and students ipads and give diferents rights and permission over the networks.
What product will fit better? quickconnect, clearpass, workspace? any suggestions, they have AP instant.
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10-21-2013 03:46 PM
ClearPass is your best fit to accomplish what you are looking to do IMO, along with an integration with a content filtering service like OpenDNS and the embedded firewall functionalities of Aruba Instant.
Using ClearPass for authentication and identification of user and device
Using OpenDNS and/or the Aruba Instant firewall to allow/disallow access to applications/destinations as the end-user see's fit fo the user groups reported 'back' from ClearPass
10-21-2013 07:51 PM
Thanks for the reply, i read this:
10-21-2013 08:24 PM
You can use ClearPass Policy Manager (CPPM) to accomplish Airgroup with Instant and/or controllers.
HOWEVER, that will not address the use-cases you describe that you would like to have.
Airgroup is to assist iDevices in 'sharing' displays to Apple TVs (ATVs) ... not deliniate access use of students vs. teachers.
10-21-2013 08:39 PM
i undestand and thats ir i read.
The first stage is differentiate students vs teachers, this can be acomplished with Aruba Controller and a RADIUS o AD server
The second stage is what APP does the student have access i see the AppRF can work but it only work with the 7200? can work with 650 controller or 3200?
and at the final step assit iDevices to displays apple TV because they dont have all the budget to do it all in one shot..
im looking the how to do this..
10-21-2013 08:42 PM
Your original post, doesn't mention anything out displaying ipads on displays. Airgroup will help you with this additional requirement.
The good news is that you get Airgroup with the ClearPass Policy Manager that you would use to meet your requirement # 1 . So it's no extra costing to add the displays.