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This guide covers Aruba Mobility Controllers and is considered part of the foundation guides within the VRD core technologies series. This guide will help you understand the capabilities and options you have when deploying an Aruba Mobility Controller. This guide describes operating modes for the mobility controller, licensing, forwarding modes, logical and physical deployment, redundancy, and how to select the appropriate mobility controller based on scalability requirements. Version 9 includes information on the 7200 series controller.
This is a great document and all the VRDs are. My comment is this one document has the 600 series...
This is a great document and all the VRDs are. My comment is this one document has the 600 series controller which are end of life/sale. I wounder if there is someone working on a newer version that replaces them with 700 series?
The Aruba Mobility Access Switch family of products provides various features including voice VLAN, Link Layer Discovery Protocol – Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED), and Quality of Service (QoS) to enable successful deployment of VoIP in enterprise networks. This application note addresses traditional techniques and introduces new device-aware support to deploy VoIP phones. This document is intended for all system engineers and network administrators who are deploying a VoIP solution in an enterprise network.
ArubaOS is the operating system, software suite, and application engine that operates Aruba mobility controllers and centralizes control over the entire mobile environment. The ArubaOS wizards, command-line interface (CLI), and the ArubaOS Web UI are the primary means used to configure and deploy ArubaOS. For a complete description of ArubaOS, refer to the ArubaOS User Guide for your release.
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RF and Roaming Optimization for Aruba 802.11ac Networks
This Solution guide covers design recommendations and best practices to achieve best RF performance and seamless roaming on Aruba 802.11ac Networks. This solution guide is best applicable for office and university campus/dorms environments. It mainly covers four areas: 1) AP Placement, 2) RF Consideration, 3) Roaming Optimization, 4) Device Specific Recommendations.
This solution guide is designed for Aruba Mobility controllers running ArubaOS 6.3.x and later. It assumes that reader has a working knowledge of Aruba WLAN architecture and has already deployed it in an enterprise or campus environment.
...to config t and type rf then hit space which immediatly changes the command to rft, which is...
This might be a n00b problem, but I can't edit the rf arm-profiles. Im running code 188.8.131.52. I go to config t
and type rf then hit space which immediatly changes the command to rft, which is apparently an RF Troubleshooting test. When I ? at the config prompt I don't see anything for rf. All the documentation I've seen says to edit these settings you should be in config mode, then simply type rf arm-profile and the name which will allow you to edit the ARM settings. Ultimately I'm trying to change the default arm-profile setting for Client Match Band Steer G Band Max Signal (-dBm). The default is 45, Im trying to set it to 10 per the document above.
Thank you in advance.
...': rf arm-profile custom-arm cm-band-g-max-signal 10 cm-steer-timeout 3 cm-lb-client...
CLI commands to set the recommended ClientMatch settings (Table 9) on the ARM profile 'custom-arm':
rf arm-profile custom-arm
This guide covers the deployment of Aruba remote access points (RAP) in fixed telecommuter and micro branch office sites, and it is considered part of the base designs guides within the VRD core technologies series. This guide covers the design recommendations for remote network deployment and it explains the various configurations needed to implement a secure, high-performance virtual branch office (VBN) solution with Aruba RAPs.
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When Mobility Access Switch (MAS) devices are added to AirWave, AirWave supports group-level of those devices, the operating system, software suite, and application engine that operates mobility and centralizes control over the entire network environment.
For a complete description of ArubaOS, refer to the ArubaOS User Guide for your specific Aruba Mobility Access Switch version.
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