Aruba AirWave is a versatile multi-vendor wired and wireless network management system. If you're looking for unlimited scale, AIOps, and more, consider moving to Aruba Central: a cloud-managed networking solution.
AirWave is a leading network management solution that simplifies day-to-day operations for large-scale campus environments. Manage multiple generations of switches and wireless access points from just about any vendor, while getting granular visibility across your access infrastructure. HPE Aruba Airwave is a wireless network management platform that provides Wi-Fi infrastructure for modern businesses. It's a powerful tool that lets you manage, monitor, and troubleshoot your wireless network with ease.
Airwave can help you save time and money by making it easy to manage all your wireless devices, including access points (APs), controllers, switches, virtual access points (VAPs), and more. The software makes it simple to configure new APs, provision them to other devices on the network, troubleshoot issues as they arise, and more.
Airwave also offers benefits like:
- On-demand access to information about all your Wi-Fi devices in one place.
- Accessibility from anywhere in the world via web-based consoles or mobile apps.
- Real-time monitoring of device performance and uptime.
- Automatic discovery of new devices after installation or setup.
- Automatic firmware updates for devices when they become available.
- Automatic detection of rogue APs in your network.
Aruba AirWave is a versatile network management system (NMS) for enterprise campus wired, wireless, and remote connectivity. Supporting a wide range of features such as zero-touch provisioning, enhanced client visibility, traffic analysis, reporting, and multivendor integration, AirWave is ideally suited to manage Aruba and third-party network devices. Deployed as purpose-built hardware or virtual machine image, each AirWave server supports up to 4,000 network devices (access points, switches, and controllers).
Airwave is designed to be easy to use and deploy, so you don't have to spend hours training staff or gathering information before you can get started using it. It's also scalable, so it can grow with your needs as your organization grows.