A Group in Aruba Central is the primary configuration element that functions as a container for device management, monitoring, and maintenance.
Groups enable administrators to manage devices efficiently by using either a UI-based configuration workflow or CLI-based configuration template.
Groups provide the following functions and benefits:
Aruba has recently released a new WLAN architecture named Aruba AOS 10.
It introduces a major architectural change that utilizes Aruba Central for operation and management of Aruba Access Points (APs) and Gateways.
What are the main differences between ArubaOS 10 and ArubaOS 8?
Consider these differences in architecture, when designing and deploying Aruba WLAN to maximize your ROI
A branch network is generally an offshoot of the campus network with a small area of operation. A branch network also typically leverages a full stack networking solution combining both LAN and WAN in a single box
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