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Occasional Contributor II
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What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

 

Hi all 

 

I am working for a company . Now we are studying to  replace existing wireless system . 

Cisco talking high about their clean air technology . they posted some videos in you tube 

 

What is the equivalent for  cisco clean air in aruba

What s your comments 

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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

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Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) is Aruba's radio management equivalent.   The latest version of ARM ARM also includes support for ClientMatch feature sets.

 

Adaptive Radio Management:

 

ClientMatch

 

 

 

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Occasional Contributor II
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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

Hi 

 

You have something  like below wat cisco posted .I just want to know whether it is a marketing technique by cisco 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijLLWdwJDgY#t=449

Guru Elite
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba


supporsbt wrote:

Hi 

 

You have something  like below wat cisco posted .I just want to know whether it is a marketing technique by cisco 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijLLWdwJDgY#t=449


supportsbt,

 

- That video is from 2010

- Aruba has had noise-aware ARM from day 1 which will change channels when interference reaches a certain threshold, regardless

- Any wireless system can be jammed if interference occurs on all channels.  Cisco is not immune to this fact.

- There are many more things to consider when it comes to wireless, like performance and ClientMatch specifically addresses this.

 



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Occasional Contributor II
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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

Thanks 

 

Cisco agree that there is jamming . But the video is about self heeling . ( at 2.30) .

They showed the devices was self healed after ap change the channel  by itself 

Can you tell me  how aruba can acheive the same 

 

Thank you 

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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

supportsbt,

 

The "channel-quality-aware-arm", "channel-quality-threshold" and "channel-quality-wait-time" parameters control changing channels when the quality of channel an access point is on gets bad for a specific amount of time.  The threshold at which it is considered bad, as well as how long to wait before changing channel is fully configurable.

 

http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_63_Web_Help/Web_Help_Index.htm#ArubaFrameStyles/1CommandList/rf_arm_profile.htm

 

 



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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

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Guru Elite
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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

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I cannot.  You probably want to contact your sales team for those.

 

Microsoft is one of our largest and longest-tenured global customers, and they can go with whomever they want for wireless; they decided to go with Aruba, however.



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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

 

Below  is how meru providing  fairness 

 

packetlevel fairness ,  timelevel fairness , uplink and downlink fairness .

 

How aruba address the same  .

 

Thank you 

 

 

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Re: What is the equivalent for cisco clean air in aruba

supporsbt,

 

Are those knobs or marketing features?  I am not in sales, so I am not aware of most marketing terms, just technical ones.  What happens from a protocol perspective with these Meru features?  If you let us know, we can discuss the Aruba equivalent.  Even better, if you can reach your local Aruba sales team, I am sure they would be happy to provide any comparison that you want.

 



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