01-09-2015 11:12 AM
Recently I was asked to review a network design that was slated to use the Aruba AP-225 model (33 APs), and the 3400 controller.
I advised the person that submitted the design to me that it was likely that the 3400 controller would not support the AP-225, and he would have to resubmit the RFP with a 7200 series controller.
I later checked the release chains for the ArubaOS, and it appears that the releases past the one that first supported the 200 Series APs, also is still supported on the older controller platforms. Does this mean that those older platforms will work with the newer APs as well?
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01-09-2015 11:13 AM - edited 01-09-2015 11:15 AM
AP support is based on code support.
The 3400 can run the code required for AP-22x (6.3+). So yes, the 3400 is supported.
You won't have some of the next-gen features like DPI firewall policies, but most other functionality is supported.
01-09-2015 01:26 PM