04-16-2019 11:00 AM
I was reading through the Instant 8.4 guide and noticed this...
Wi-Fi Uplink Instant supports the use of Wi-Fi as uplink to provide internet backhaul for the Instant network. The Wi-Fi uplink is supported on all the Instant AP models, except for the 802.11ac. ... To connect an Instant AP to an Instant-based WLAN using Wi-Fi uplink, the controller must run Instant 188.8.131.52 or later for 11n platforms and Instant 184.108.40.206 for 11ac platforms.
Is Wi-Fi uplink planned to be reintroduced in 8.5? I can think of a few use cases, specifically where mesh doesn't fit well but Wi-Fi uplink could work.
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Re: Wi-Fi Uplink Coming Back to IAP?
04-17-2019 02:23 AM
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2 weeks ago
Confirmed in Instant 220.127.116.11 release notes.
Wi-Fi Uplink Support for 11ac Platform Aruba Instant 18.104.22.168 adds Wi-Fi uplink support for 802.11ac platforms. This enables you to configure a Wi-Fi station profile and use Wi-Fi to provide internet backhaul for the Instant network. The supported platforms for Wi-Fi uplink now includes the following 802.11 ac platforms -AP-203H, AP203R, AP-203RP, AP-207, 300 Series, 310 Series, 320 Series and 330 Series access points.