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Clustering is a new feature introduced in AOS 8.0 that enables seamless roaming of clients between APs, hitless client failover and load balancing of users across Mobility Controllers in the cluster. This solution provides the configuration required to create a cluster of Mobility Controllers that are managed by the same Mobility Master. Check out the recording
During this webinar, we will cover a deep dive into Aruba Central and its features.Check out the recording
During this webinar, we will cover AppRF - a suite of application visibility and control features that are part of Aruba's Policy Enforcement Firewall. AppRF is a PEF feature that is designed to give network administrators insight into the applications that are running on their network, and who is using them. Check out the recording
During this webinar, we will discuss how the ArubaOS switch virtualization technologies can deliver high-performance and highly available switching while simplifying management and lowering costs.
Generally, routing is done based on the Destination address. Policy-Based Routing (PBR) helps route the traffic based on L3-L7 information. This, in turn, helps to make use of all the available uplinks. To make use of this feature, we need to define a couple of Elements like PBR Nexthop, Route ACL, and attach points. Join the webinar to learn how.
During this webinar, we will discuss how IEEE standard 802.3ad and its implications allow third-party devices such as switches, servers, or any other networking device that supports trunking to interoperate with the distributed trunking switches (DTSs) seamlessly.
During this webinar, we will discuss AirWave 10, a new software build that lets us streamline code, add performance, clustering.
During this webinar, we will discuss how Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) allows supported switches connected to each other through Ethernet connections (copper or fibre) to behave like a single chassis switch.
During this webinar, we will cover the Central platform which provides a standard Web-based interface that allows you to configure and monitor multiple Aruba Instant networks / Switches from anywhere with a connection to the Internet.
In this presentation, we will discuss how AirGroup configurations have changed to support hierarchical configuration in release 8.2. AirGroup configs will now be profile based and can be applied at any node.
In this presentation, we will explore the REST API as the ClearPass API integrations and further developments are more focused to REST API than the other existing API services like xml-rpc, SOAP, etc.
During this webinar, we will discuss how starting from ArubaOS 126.96.36.199, selected APs can run in both controller-based mode and controller-less mode and the implications tied to that.
In this webinar, we will discuss the L3 Redundancy Requirement which primarily comes from customers who want to handle the complete Data Center Failure during natural disasters or other catastrophic events.
In this webinar, we will discuss how branch controllers work and run through different deployments examples in 6.x and 8.x.
The existing channel and power assignment functions in ARM support channel scanning, channel assignment and power adjustments, locally. Decisions are made locally at the AP without looking at the entire network. Thanks to the dynamic machine learning techniques, AirMatch centralises this function in the Mobility Master while dynamically learning the network and adapting the RF planning for the entire network. Check out What does AirMatch do differently?
During this on-demand webinar, we will run through different API types and cases: configuration APIs (REST API), context APIs (NBAPIs), SDN APIs and explain how to make API calls via CLI.
During this on-demand webinar, we will be debugging Aruba RAP commands, run through troubleshooting and logs and tackle RAP clusters.
During this on-demand webinar, we will cover basic requirements and supported topologies for Multizone AP, how to bring up APs in multi-version and how the AP's image upgrade differs in 8.x.
During this on-demand webinar, we will cover how to bring up an Aruba MM, MD and APs and also go through some basic troubleshooting commands.
During this on-demand webinar, we will cover an overview of ArubaOS 8.x Licensing from Supported/ Unsupported Topology to Server Failover behaviour and license generation and transfer.
During this on-demand webinar, we will run through the 8.x Architecture configuration model and share some UI navigation features such as managed controllers and spectrum monitoring, geolocation and maps.
This webinar will cover the IAP-VPN architecture which includes the following two components: IAPs at branch sites and controller at the datacenter.
This webinar covers ArubaOS' Cluster Manager, a combination of multiple managed devices working together to provide high availability to all the clients and ensure service continuity when a failover occurs.
Webinar Recording & Slides
Today, most mobile connectivity issues are quickly attributed to “bad Wi-Fi”. Very often it may not be a wireless or RF related issue at all. With Aruba Clarity, IT organisations now have visibility into non-RF metrics not only giving them end-to-end visibility into a wireless user experience, but also the ability to foresee connectivity issues before users are even impacted.
Webinar Recording+ Slides
ClearPass Extensions allow ClearPass to integrate with multiple enterprise services to cover dynamic real-time requirements like automatic guest registration and MDM integration. Microsoft Intune, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator are some examples of integrations achieved using ClearPass Extensions.
At Aruba, we believe that the most dynamic customer experiences happen at the Edge. Our mission is to deliver innovative solutions that harness data at the Edge to drive powerful business outcomes.
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