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...services controller running version 184.108.40.206. Am trying to connect AP's model no 305, 315, 220, 270...
Am new for this Aruba wireless networks, I want to install aruba 7010 controller in my network.
I installed license and connected in network, able to connect via SSH and web. But it will not detect the AP's which is connected in network.
My product is Aruba 7010 cloud services controller running version 220.127.116.11. Am trying to connect AP's model no 305, 315, 220, 270, 275. Hope AP's running version is 6.5.x.
During my search recommended to upgrade the firmware to ArubaOS_70xx_18.104.22.168_57757, process started to download the software. It takes time.
Help me to resolve this AP discovering issue and share me some guidelines to standard configuration.
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This guide details the advanced guest access features available to organizations through the combination of Aruba’s Amigopod and Mobility Controller solutions. This includes details of workflow management, RADIUS configuration, AAA configuration, and testing of the solution. This guide builds on the network defined in the Campus VRD.
This VRD covers the deployment of Aruba WLAN in a typical campus network, and it is considered part of the Base Designs within the VRD core technologies series. This guide covers the design recommendations for a campus deployment and it explains the various configurations needed to implement the Aruba secure, highperformance, multimedia grade WLAN solution in large campuses.
Aruba WLAN has a logical four-tier operating model that consists of these four layers:
Management - The management layer consists of AirWave®. AirWave provides a single point of management for the WLAN, including reporting, heat maps, centralized configuration, and troubleshooting.
Network services - The network services layer consists of master mobility controllers and Amigopod. Amigopod provides secure and flexible visitor management services. The master controllers provide a control plane for the Aruba WLAN that spans the physical geography of the wired network. The control plane does not directly deal with user traffic or access points (APs). Instead the control plane provides services such as whitelist coordination, valid AP lists, Control Plane Security (CPSec) certificates, Radio Frequency Protect (RFProtect™) coordination, and Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) or authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) proxy.
Aggregation - The aggregation layer is the interconnect point where the AP, air monitor (AM), and spectrum monitor (SM) traffic aggregates. This layer provides a logical point for enforcement of roles and policies on centralized traffic that enters or exits the enterprise LAN.
Network access - The network access layer is comprised of APs, AMs, and SMs that work together with the aggregation layer controllers to overlay the Aruba WLAN.
Planning and Overview
Requirements and Planning
Centralized WLAN Basic Concepts
Policy Enforcement Firewall
VLAN Design and Mobility
Client Roaming and RF Optimization
Campus WLAN Deployment
Very high-density WLANs are defined as RF coverage zones with a large number of wireless clients and APs in a single physical space. For purposes of this reference design, a VHD WLAN is one that is designed to serve at least 100 devices per cell. A VHD WLAN may serve as many as 500 devices per cell. With the proliferation of wireless-enabled personal and enterprise mobile devices, a surprisingly diverse range of facilities need VHD WLAN connectivity:
- Large meeting rooms
- Lecture halls and auditoriums
- Convention center meeting halls
- Hotel ballrooms
- Stadiums, arenas, and ballparks
- Concert halls and amphitheaters
- Airport concourses
- Passenger aircraft and cruise ships
- Places of worship
To help our customer and partner engineers succeed in meeting these new requirements, we have written this new validated reference design (VRD) exclusively about very high-density (VHD) WLANs. The guide captures the best practices of our field engineering teams. Aruba also built a dedicated VHD test facility with 300 of the latest 802.11ac devices to produce updated performance data. We are releasing this data to the public to assist in capacity planning
PLAN OF THE VRD
Aruba is introducing a new and modular approach with this VRD. We recognize that the people who are interested in this topic have a wide range of knowledge levels and interest levels. To that end, Aruba is publishing this VRD as a series of three guides, plus two individual scenarios that deal with specific deployment use cases. These guides can be mixed and matched as desired based on each reader’s experience and interests. This organization is shown below.
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Engineering & Configuration Guide
Scenario 1: Adjacent Large Auditoriums
Scenario 2: Large Indoor Arena
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