Implementing Aruba Mobility

Learn how to configure AOS 8.X Aruba WLANs with redundant Mobility Masters, multi-controller clustering and features like Multizone for guest access, optimize voice and tunneled node.

5 Days From £2,021.25 excl. VAT

Description

  • Introduction

    • Review topics from the AMF course

    • AP terminology

    • GUI Hierarchy

    • WLAN forwarding modes

    • Explain the features of AOS 8

  • Mobility Master Redundancy

    • Explain VRRP setup

    • DB synchronization procedures

    • Validating MM DB synchronization

  • Mobility Master and MC Operations

    • Grow the network to multiple controllers

    • Review the configuration hierarchy

    • MC deployments methods

    • Explain advanced license features

  • Multizone

    • Describe Multizone

    • Explain Multizone AP functional flow

    • Describe the functions of primary and data zones

    • Troubleshooting Multizone setup

  • Introduction to MC clusters

    • Reviews advantages of a MC cluster

    • The cluster leader election process

    • Define the MC cluster roles

    • AP and user mapping into a cluster

    • Requirements for hitless cluster failover

    • AP and user load balancing within the cluster

  • Mobility

    • Explain standard 802.11 roaming

    • Describe single and multi-controller roaming

    • Define the advantages of cluster mobility

  • Role Derivation

    • Review of policies and rules

    • Explains role derivation using VSAs

    • Description of user rules

    • Description of authentication default roles

    • Explains how to troubleshoot role derivation

  • Remote Access

    • Review of all remote access methods RAP/ VIA / IAP-VPN / branch controller

    • Explains RAP certification and setup methods

    • Configuration of RAP WLAN

    • Explores the options for RAP redundancy

    • Explains how to troubleshoot RAP setup

    • VIA configuration, downloading and installation

    • Explains how to troubleshoot VIA setup

  • Voice Optimization

    • Review of voice QOS

    • Explanation of WMM

    • Description of UCC Heuristic and SDN API mode

    • Monitoring and troubleshooting voice connections

  • Mesh

    • Explains mesh networks and technology

    • Configuration of mesh clusters

  • Administration

    • Explains management accounts and password reset

    • Configuration of guest provisioning accounts

    • The use of authentication using RADIUS or TACACS

    • Describes how to disable console access

  • Operations

    • Explains how to upgrade new images

    • Describes AP preloading

    • Explains cluster in service upgrade

    • Auto roll backs of configuration

    • Describes loadable in service modules

  • AirGroup

    • Explains the Aruba AirGroup solution

    • Configuration of AirGroup with limitations

    • Explores the integration with ClearPass

    • Monitoring AirGroup servers and users

  • Tunneled Node

    • Explains port based tunneled node

    • Explains user based tunneled node

    • Describes the interaction between switches and Mobility controllers

    • Explains how to troubleshoot tunnel connections

  • AirWave Introduction

    • Explains the different features of AirWave

    • The use of groups and folders

    • AirWave features description

    • Configuration of device credentials and adding devices

  • AirWave Network Health

    • Explains diagnostic page indications

    • Describe network health graphs to identify network issues

    • Performance graphs to help in network planning

    • The use of clarity to direct administrator to the source of the problem

  • AirWave Client and Device Troubleshooting

    • Explains how to find a client and troubleshoot association issues

    • Diagnosing associated client issues

    • Investigating client SNR Describes AP, network and controller diagnosing

    • Explains how to monitor a MC cluster within AirWave

  • AirWave VisualRF, Reports and Alerts

    • Explains the different VirtualRF display options

    • Describes the VisualRF application monitoring

    • Configuration of triggers to create alerts

    • Generation of 22 type of reports as well as custom reports

Prerequisites

  • Aruba Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA)  certification (Recommended)

  • Aruba Mobility Fundamentals (AMF) course (Recommended)

  • Ability to provision an Aruba controller with multiple SSIDs, captive portal and 802.1X.

  • Students taking this class may complete the following self-paced online courses available to view at no charge on the Aruba Web Site

    • Wired Fundamentals gives a brief overview of the wired networking principles used in Aruba products.

    • Wireless Fundamentals gives a brief overview of the wired networking principles used in Aruba products.