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Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference rooms

Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference rooms? In our scenario, AirMedia devices are connected to the corporate wired network in multiple sites. Employees can easily access the corporate network in conference room either wired or wireless with corporate laptop. On the guest wireless network though we would like to allow access to the AirMedia devices for presentations we have supplier comming in. We thought about using Airgroup functionality in ArubaOS and ClearPass (like we plan to do with AirPrint feature) and create a new service for the AirMedia but AirGroup only supports mdns and dlna. AirMedia uses LLMNR (Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution). Is there other way to do it or a plan to add LLMNR to AirGroup? Do we need to do a feature request?

Guru Elite

Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

We've done a global deployment of these and the customer used the address on the screen to connect. That's the great thing about these is you don't have to use L2 discovery.


Thanks,
Tim

| Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security | @timcappalli | timcappalli.me |

NOTE: Answers and views expressed by me on this forum are my own and not necessarily the position of Aruba or Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

Same experience as Tim. We use the on screen IP.
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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

On-screen IP is the way to go. We also added dns entries so the users only have to type the conference room name. The guest user role is restricted to Crestron service ports and networks
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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

I know that this is an old post but I was wondering if anyone has had any challenges with Airmedia from a wireless guest network security persepctive? Our guest network is open with no L2 encryption and our concern is that any media content is streamed unencrypted and can captured.

 

Does anyone use Airmedia from an open guest network?

Guru Elite

Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

I've deployed it with a customer without issue. The client to player traffic
is encrypted.

| Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security | @timcappalli | timcappalli.me |

NOTE: Answers and views expressed by me on this forum are my own and not necessarily the position of Aruba or Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

We have it deployed at most of our offices. In the user role profile for guests, we give internal access to only the air media network and deny other internal access. The media stream is encrypted.
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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

Thanks both, very helpful

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Re: Does anyone have experienced a deployment Crestron AirMedia for wireless display in conference r

We are testing this deployment on 3 of our SSIDs.  The two encrypted SSIDs work fine, the open guest SSID does not.  We get to the device, download the App but we don't get the popup window (can't find server error msg)  to enter the code on the screen.  Just starting to troubleshoot the issue.

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