Introduction to AOS-10 - Playlist
As part of the Aruba Edge Services Platform or Aruba ESP the new ArubaOS 10 ushers in some very exciting features.
AOS-10 AP deployment
For remote workers and the new distributed workforce
- Introduction to AOS-10: Microbranch AP - View Here
When an AP is deployed you have two basic options for routing the user’s data from the SSID. Bridge Mode and Tunnel Mode. However, with the introduction of ArubaOS-10 for the APs and Controllers you now have a blended option that uses the routing and firewall capability built into the AP to determine which clients get bridged locally and which clients get tunneled back to the Gateway. All of this is capable for the first time on a single SSID
- Introduction to AOS-10: Bridged WLAN - View Here
- Introduction to AOS-10: Tunneled WLAN - View Here
- Introduction to AOS-10: Mixed Mode WLAN - View Here
AOS-10 device deployment
The Aruba Edge Services Platform is tightly integrated into Aruba Central. With Aruba Central each device must be "onboarded" to be managed and monitored.
- Introduction to AOS-10: Device Onboarding - View Here
One of the new features in ArubaOS-10 is the Autocluster configuration.
- Introduction to AOS-10: Gateway Autoclustering - View Here