The Aruba 7010 Mobility Controller is an excellent all-around option for medium-sized organizations looking for an easy-to-use controller for their mixed wired/wireless Aruba network with plenty of features built in.
With sixteen Gigabit Ethernet ports and two SFP ports, there's plenty of room for connected devices on this 1RU unit. However, it goes beyond typical LAN controllers by integrating a variety of features which often require dedicated hardware. This Aruba controller features a full high-speed firewall built in, giving additional security to every attached device and user. It also supports 3G/4G failover services, allowing continuous function even if your primary Internet connection fails. Secure VPN sessions make this a good option for enabling remote users as well.
Aruba designs their hardware so it doesn't require IT expertise to operate. The included software supports zero-touch provisioning, allowing you to set up a network within a matter of minutes. Then, a real-time dashboard gives you all your critical metrics in a single location, including RF spectrum analysis from your WiFi devices.
In addition, the powerful software provided gives you plenty of tools for managing your network. You can enable content scanning and filtering, threat management, global security profiles, and QoS bandwidth-optimization services. Out of the box, the 7010 Mobility Controller also is ready to integrate into your cloud-based services such as Microsoft Skype, SalesForce, SharePoint, and more.
The Aruba 7010 Mobility Controller features:
- Sixteen auto-negotiating Gigabit Ethernet ports
- Two Gigabit SFP ports
- Outgoing PoE power support
- 2 USB 2.0 ports + 1 MicroUSB console port
- 4Gbps firewall throughput
- Up to 3.4Gbps encrypted throughput
- 2,048 concurrent users/devices
- 1,024 concurrent IPSec sessions
- 4,094 VLANs
- 32,768 firewall sessions
An Aruba Mobility Controller can be an excellent solution for anyone who needs an all-in-one package for controlling their mixed-access network. Contact Hummingbird Networks to learn more.