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Why Aruba do not implement 802.1ax on their Controller?

 
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Re: Why Aruba do not implement 802.1ax on their Controller?

http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm#tgax


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Re: Why Aruba do not implement 802.1ax on their Controller?

Aruba controllers support LACP which is part of the 802.1AX standard.


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Re: Why Aruba do not implement 802.1ax on their Controller?

Can I say that Aruba Controller comply 802.1ax standard?

Re: Why Aruba do not implement 802.1ax on their Controller?

If you mean 802.1AX, which is wired link aggregation (LACP), and a redefinition of 802.3ad, and with upper case AX, the controllers implement LACP and are tested successfully for interoperability.

 

Answer by Colin was on 802.11ax, which is the new standard for High Efficiency WLAN, that standard is not set yet (expected Nov 2019).

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