Aruba Mobility Controllers offer centralized network engineering, IP services, security and policy controls, and app-aware platforms. In addition to network control, they can be deployed as branch gateways, VPN concentrators, WIPS/WIDS and spectrum monitors, and stateful network firewalls with integrated content filtering
ArubaOS is the operating system for all controller-managed wireless LANs. With an extensive set of integrated technologies and capabilities, ArubaOS is able to deliver a wide range of critical campus mobility services, and is designed to easily share rich contextual information with third party business and IT applications in real-time
1. Mobility Master
Aruba Mobility Master is the next generation of master controller that runs ArubaOS 8 and is deployed as a virtual machine (VM) or hardened server appliance for more memory and compute power. With the Mobility Master, major ArubaOS 8 features can be updated via software without requiring any planned network outages.
Aruba Mobility Master offers real-time access to user, device and app context and infrastructure services via REST API. Our customers and partners can easily integrate Mobility Master to third party systems to ease network management and monitoring. Technology vendors and developers can take advantage of the vast amount of information to power new business and IT facing services.
2. Aruba 7200 Series Mobility Controllers
Optimized for 802.11ac, the 7200 series features a central processor with eight CPU cores to support over 32,000 devices and stateful firewall policy enforcement at 40 Gbps.
New levels of visibility offered by AppRFTM technology allow IT to see applications by user, prioritize them, and control access based on policies.It also manages authentication, encryption, VPNs, IPv4/IPv6 services, the Policy Enforcement FirewallTM, Adaptive Radio ManagementTM, and RFProtectTM spectrum analysis and wireless intrusion protection.
1. Aruba 7000 Series Mobility Controllers
The 7000 series optimizes cloud services and secures enterprise applications at branch offices while rightsizing the network infrastructure.
It combines wireless, wired, and hybrid, SD-WAN services, supporting up to 24 Ethernet ports and 64 APs, and features built-in stateful firewall, secure VPN, and threat management with content filtering to reduce truck-rolls and the number of appliances per location.
For the hybrid WAN, the 7000 series supports compression, health checks, zero-touch configuration, and policy-based routing to reduce truck-rolls as well as manual configuration and monitoring of single-purpose appliances.