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Aruba AirWave 8.0

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Aruba AirWave 8.0 UserGuide
P /n : 0510895-21
Edition May 2014 378 pages

The User Guide provides instructions for the configuration and operation of AirWave.

Chapter 1 Introduction 13
A Unified Wireless Network Command Center 13
AirWave Management Platform 13
Controller Configuration 14
Switch Configuration 14
VisualRF 14
RAPIDS 15
Master Console and Failover 15
Integrating AMP into the Network and Organizational Hierarchy 15
Administrative Roles 16
Chapter 2 Configuring AMP 17
Before You Begin 17
Formatting the Top Header 17
Customizing Columns in Lists 19
Resetting Pagination Records 20
Using the Pagination Widget 21
Using Export CSV for Lists and Reports 21
Defining Graph Display Preferences 21
Customizing the Dashboard 22
Adding Widgets 23
Available Widgets 23
Search Preferences 27
Setting Severe Alert Warning Behavior 27
Defining General AMP Server Settings 28
AMP Setup > General 29
General Settings 29
Automatic Authorization Settings 30
Top Header Settings 31
Search Method 31
Home Overview Preferences 31
Display Settings 32
Device Configuration Settings 33
AMP Features 33
External Logging Settings 34
Historical Data Retention Settings 35
Firmware Upgrade Defaults 36
Additional AMP Services 37
Performance Settings 38
Defining AMP Network Settings 39
Primary Network Interface Settings 40
Secondary Network Interface Settings 40
Network Time Protocol (NTP) Settings 41
Static Routes 41
Creating AMP Users 41
AMP User Roles 43
User Roles and VisualRF 43
Creating AMP User Roles 44
Configuring Login Message, TACACS+, RADIUS, and LDAP Authentication 48
Setting Up Login Configuration Options 49
Setting Up Certificate Authentication 49
Configuring Whitelists 50
Setting Up Single Sign-On 50
Specifying the Authentication Priority 51
Configuring RADIUS Authentication and Authorization 51
Integrating a RADIUS Accounting Server 52
Configuring TACACS+ Authentication 53
Configuring LDAP Authentication and Authorization 55
Enabling AMP to Manage Your Devices 58
Configuring Communication Settings for Discovered Devices 58
Loading Device Firmware Onto AMP (optional) 60
Setting Up Device Types 64
Configuring Cisco WLSE and WLSE Rogue Scanning 65
Introduction to Cisco WLSE 65
Initial WLSE Configuration 65
Adding an ACS Server for WLSE 65
Enabling Rogue Alerts for Cisco WLSE 66
Configuring WLSE to Communicate with APs 66
Discovering Devices 66
Managing Devices 66
Inventory Reporting 66
Defining Access 67
Grouping 67
Configuring IOS APs for WDS Participation 67
WDS Participation 67
Primary or Secondary WDS 67
Configuring ACS for WDS Authentication 68
Configuring Cisco WLSE Rogue Scanning 68
Configuring ACS Servers 69
Integrating AMP with an Existing Network Management Solution (NMS) 71
Auditing PCI Compliance on the Network 72
Introduction to PCI Requirements 72
PCI Auditing 73
Enabling or Disabling PCI Auditing 74
Deploying WMS Offload 76
Overview of WMS Offload in AMP 76
General Configuration Tasks Supporting WMS Offload in AMP 76
Additional Information Supporting WMS Offload 77
Chapter 3 Configuring and Using Device Groups 78
AMP Groups Overview 80
Viewing All Defined Device Groups 81
Configuring Basic Group Settings 82
Adding and Configuring Group AAA Servers 91
Configuring Group Security Settings 92
Configuring Group SSIDs and VLANs 96
Configuring Radio Settings for Device Groups 100
Cisco WLC Group Configuration 104
Accessing Cisco WLC Configuration 104
Navigating Cisco WLC Configuration 104
Configuring WLANs for Cisco WLC Devices 105
Defining and Configuring LWAPP AP Groups for Cisco Devices 108
Viewing and Creating Cisco AP Groups 108
Configuring Cisco Controller Settings 109
Configuring Wireless Parameters for Cisco Controllers 110
Configuring Cisco WLC Security Parameters and Functions 110
Configuring Management Settings for Cisco WLC Controllers 111
Configuring Group PTMP Settings 111
Configuring Proxim Mesh Radio Settings 112
Configuring Group MAC Access Control Lists 114
Specifying Minimum Firmware Versions for APs in a Group 115
Comparing Device Groups 117
Deleting a Group 118
Changing Multiple Group Configurations 118
Modifying Multiple Devices 119
Using Global Groups for Group Configuration 122
Chapter 4 Discovering, Adding, and Managing Devices 125
Device Discovery Overview 125
Discovering and Adding Devices 125
SNMP/HTTP Scanning 125
Adding Networks for SNMP/HTTP Scanning 126
Adding Credentials for Scanning 126
Defining a Scan Set 127
Running a Scan Set 128
The Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 130
Authorizing Devices to AMP from APs/Devices > New Page 130
Manually Adding Individual Devices 130
Adding Devices with the Device Setup > Add Page 131
Adding Multiple Devices from a CSV File 134
Adding Universal Devices 135
Assigning Devices to the Ignored Page 135
Unignoring a Device 136
Monitoring Devices 137
Viewing Device Monitoring Statistics 137
Creating Custom Filtered Views 138
Understanding the APs/Devices > Monitor Pages for All Device Types 139
Monitoring Data Specific to Wireless Devices 140
Evaluating Radio Statistics for an AP 147
Overview of the Radio Statistics Page 148
Viewing Real-Time ARM Statistics 148
Issues Summary section 148
802.11 Radio Counters Summary 149
Radio Statistics Interactive Graphs 149
Recent ARM Events Log 150
Detected Interfering Devices Table 151
Active BSSIDs Table 152
Monitoring Data for Mesh Devices 152
Monitoring Data for Wired Devices (Routers and Switches) 153
Understanding the APs/Devices > Interfaces Page 155
Auditing Device Configuration 156
Using Device Folders (Optional) 157
Configuring and Managing Devices 158
Moving a Device from Monitor Only to Manage Read/Write Mode 158
Configuring AP Settings 159
Setting a Maintenance Window for a Device 166
Configuring Device Interfaces for Switches 167
Individual Device Support and Firmware Upgrades 171
Troubleshooting a Newly Discovered Down Device 174
Using AMP to Set up Spectrum Analysis 176
Spectrum Configurations and Prerequisites 176
Setting up a Permanent Spectrum Aruba AP Group 177
Configuring an Individual AP to run in Spectrum Mode 178
Configuring a Controller to use the Spectrum Profile 179
Chapter 5 Creating and Using Templates 180
Group Templates 180
Supported Device Templates 180
Template Variables 181
Viewing and Adding Templates 182
Configuring General Template Files and Variables 185
Configuring General Templates 186
IOS Configuration File Template 186
Device Configuration File on APs/Devices > Audit Configuration Page 187
Using Template Syntax 187
Using AP-Specific Variables 187
Using Directives to Eliminate Reporting of Configuration Mismatches 187
Ignore_and_do_not_push Command 188
Push_and_exclude Command 188
Using Conditional Variables in Templates 188
Using Substitution Variables in Templates 189
Configuring Templates for Aruba Instant 190
Configuring Templates for AirMesh 191
Configuring Cisco IOS Templates 192
Applying Startup-config Files 192
WDS Settings in Templates 192
SCP Required Settings in Templates 193
Supporting Multiple Radio Types via a Single IOS Template 193
Configuring Single and Dual-Radio APs via a Single IOS Template 194
Configuring Cisco Catalyst Switch Templates 194
Configuring Symbol Controller / HP WESM Templates 194
Configuring a Global Template 196
Chapter 6 Using RAPIDS and Rogue Classification 199
Introduction to RAPIDS 199
Viewing Overall Network Health on RAPIDS > Overview 199
Setting Up RAPIDS 201
RAPIDS Setup 201
Basic Configuration 201
Classification Options 202
Containment Options 202
Filtering Options 203
Additional Settings 204
Defining RAPIDS Rules 204
Controller Classification with WMS Offload 204
Device OUI Score 205
Rogue Device Threat Level 205
Viewing and Configuring RAPIDS Rules 205
Deleting or Editing a Rule 208
Recommended RAPIDS Rules 208
Using RAPIDS Rules with Additional AMP Functions 209
Viewing Rogues on the RAPIDS > List Page 209
Overview of the RAPIDS > Detail Page 212
Viewing Ignored Rogue Devices 213
Using RAPIDS Workflow to Process Rogue Devices 213
Score Override 214
Using the Audit Log 215
Additional Resources 215
Chapter 7 Performing Daily Administration in AirWave 216
Monitoring and Supporting AMP with the System Pages 216
Using the System > Status Page 217
Viewing Device Events in System > Syslog & Traps 219
Using the System > Event Log Page 220
Triggers and Alerts 221
Creating New Triggers 221
Viewing, Delivering, and Responding to Triggers and Alerts 230
Backing Up AirWave 232
Viewing and Downloading Backups 233
Running Backup on Demand 233
Restoring from a Backup 233
Using the System > Configuration Change Jobs Page 233
Using the System > Firmware Upgrade Jobs Page 234
Using the System > Performance Page 235
Monitoring and Supporting WLAN Clients 238
Overview of the Clients Pages 239
Monitoring Your Network with the Clients > Overview Page 240
Monitoring WLAN Users in the Clients > Connected and Clients > All Pages 241
Monitoring Rogue Clients With the Clients > Rogue Clients Page 245
Supporting Guest WLAN Users With the Clients > Guest Users Page 246
Supporting VPN Users with the Clients > VPN Sessions Page 249
Supporting RFID Tags With the Clients > Tags Page 250
Evaluating and Diagnosing User Status and Issues 251
Evaluating User Status with the Clients > Client Detail Page 251
Mobile Device Access Control in Clients > Client Detail and Clients > Connected 252
Classifying Aruba Devices in Client Detail 253
Quick Links for Clients on Aruba Devices 253
Using the Deauthenticate Client Feature 254
Viewing a Client’s Association History 254
Viewing the Rogue Association History for a Client 255
Evaluating Client Status with the Clients > Diagnostics Page 255
Managing Mobile Devices with SOTI MobiControl and AirWave 256
Overview of SOTI MobiControl 256
Prerequisites for Using MobiControl with AirWave 256
Adding a Mobile Device Management Server for MobiControl 256
Accessing MobiControl from the Clients > Client Detail Page 257
Monitoring and Supporting AMP with the Home Pages 257
Monitoring AMP with the Home > Overview Page 258
Using the Home > AppRF Page 260
Using the Home > UCC Page 261
Call Quality 262
Quality Correlation 262
Call Volume 262
Devices 262
UCC Chart Details 262
Viewing the Home > RF Performance Page 263
Viewing the Home > RF Capacity Page 264
Viewing the Home > Network Deviations Page 266
How Standard Deviation is Calculated 267
The Home > Search Page 268
Accessing AirWave Documentation 269
Viewing and Updating License Information 269
Configuring Your Own User Information with the Home > User Info Page 271
Supporting AMP Servers with the Master Console 273
Using the Public Portal on Master Console 274
Adding a Managed AMP with the Master Console 275
Using Global Groups with Master Console 276
Controller Backups and Restoration 276
Using AirWave Failover for Backup 277
Navigation Section of AMP Failover 277
Adding Watched AMP Stations 277
Logging out of AirWave 278
Chapter 8 Creating, Running, and Emailing Reports 279
Overview of AMP Reports 279
Reports > Definitions Page Overview 279
Reports > Generated Page Overview 281
Defining Reports 282
Using Daily Reports 289
Viewing Generated Reports 289
Using Custom Reports 290
Using the Aruba License Report 291
Using the Capacity Planning Report 291
Example 291
Using the Client Inventory Report 293
Example 293
Using the Client Session Report 296
Using the Configuration Audit Report 298
Using the Device Summary Report 299
Using the Device Uptime Report 301
Using the IDS Events Report 302
Using the Inventory Report 304
Example 304
Using the Match Event Report 306
Using the Memory and CPU Utilization Report 307
Using the Network Usage Report 308
Using the New Clients Report 310
Using the New Rogue Devices Report 311
Using the PCI Compliance Report 313
Using the Port Usage Report 314
Using the RADIUS Authentication Issues Report 316
Using the RF Health Report 317
Using the Rogue Clients Report 318
Using the Rogue Containment Audit Report 320
Using the VPN Session Report 321
Emailing and Exporting Reports 321
Emailing Reports in General Email Applications 322
Emailing Reports to Smarthost 322
Exporting Reports to XML, CSV, or PDF 322
Chapter 9 Using VisualRF 324
Features 325
Useful Terms 325
Starting VisualRF 326
Basic VisualRF Navigation 326
Network View Navigation 327
Floorplan View Navigation 328
Display Devices 328
328
Overlays 328
Relation Lines 329
Floorplan Features 329
Mesh View Navigation 329
Configuring Flash UI Personal Preferences 331
General Flash UI Preferences 331
AP Flash UI Preferences 332
Clients Flash UI Preferences 333
Overlays Flash UI Preferences 333
Grid Lines Flash UI Preferences 334
Navigation Flash UI Preferences 334
Advanced Settings in VisualRF > Setup 335
Server Settings 336
Location Settings 337
Location Calculation Timer Settings 338
Attenuation Settings 340
Adding a New Attenuation 340
VisualRF Resource Utilization 341
Planning and Provisioning 341
Creating a New Campus 341
Creating a New Building 342
Creating a Floor Plan 343
Editing a Floor Plan Image 344
Cropping the Floor Plan Image 344
Sizing a Non-CAD Floor Plan 344
Defining Floor Plan Boundaries 345
Legacy VisualRF Floor Plan Configuration Options 345
Defining Floor Plan Regions 346
Adding Region to a New Floor using the Floor Upload Wizard 346
Adding a Region to an Existing Floor Plan 347
Legacy Region Configuration Settings 348
Editing a Planning Region 351
Floor Plan Properties 351
Adding Deployed Access Points onto the Floor Plan 352
Adding Planned APs onto the Floor Plan 352
Auto-Matching Planned Devices 353
Printing a Bill of Materials Report 353
Increasing Location Accuracy 354
Adding Exterior Walls 355
Defining Stationary Devices 356
Fine-Tuning Location Service in VisualRF > Setup 357
Decreasing Grid Size 357
Enabling Dynamic Attenuation 357
Configuring Infrastructure 357
Deploying APs for Client Location Accuracy 358
Adding Client Surveys 359
Using VisualRF to Assess RF Environments 361
Viewing a Wireless User’s RF Environment 361
Tracking Location History 362
Checking Signal Strength to Client Location 363
Viewing an AP’s Wireless RF Environment 363
Viewing a Floor Plan’s RF Environment 364
Viewing a Network, Campus, Building’s RF Environment 365
Viewing Campuses, Buildings, or Floors from a List View 365
Viewing Campuses, Buildings, or Floors from a Tree View 366
Importing and Exporting in VisualRF 367
Exporting a campus 367
Importing from CAD 367
Batch Importing CAD Files 367
Requirements 367
Pre Processing Steps 367
Upload Processing Steps 368
Post Processing Steps 368
Sample Upload Instruction XML File 368
Common Importation Problems 369
Importing from an Aruba Controller 369
Pre-Conversion Checklist 369
Process on Controller 369
Process on AMP 369
VisualRF Location APIs 369
Sample Device Location Response 370
Sample Site Inventory Response 370
About VisualRF Plan 371
Overview 371
Minimum requirements 371
VisualRF Plan Installation 371
Differences between VisualRF and VisualRF Plan 372
Index 373



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