The Aruba Mobility Controller is the heart of the Aruba dependent access point (AP) WLAN architecture. The mobility controller is responsible for many of the operations that traditionally would be handled by an autonomous AP, and it delivers additional functionality for control, security, operation, and troubleshooting. This level of seamless, integrated functionality eliminates many of the challenges experienced with traditional systems integration of these services. Network administrators need to learn only one interface, which reduces deployment complexity and speeds problem resolution across a broad range of solutions. This lab-intensive course is designed to provide students the knowledge, skills and practical experience required to set up and configure the Aruba WLAN in a variety of network scenarios.
Audience: Target Audience: Network Engineers Systems Engineers Network Operators Network Administrators
Participants in this course should have a basic understanding of the following concepts and protocols: Familiarity with Network Standards and terminology, VLANs and IP Protocols Routing & Switching RADIUS, 802.1X authentication, AAA LDAP and AD experience WLANs