Aruba Mobility Conductor

Delivering the full capabilities of ArubaOS, Aruba Mobility Conductors simplify the deployment and management of up to 1,000 Mobility Controllers to scale large campus deployments.

Greater scale and reliability

Aruba Mobility Conductors take advantage of the full capability of AI-powered ArubaOS, while enhancing the scale and reliability for large campus WLANs.

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Manage policies at scale

Serving a key role in Dynamic Segmentation and acting as policy enforcement agents, Mobility Conductors provide a single management layer for all controllers and virtual controllers.

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24/7 mission-critical networking

Mobility Conductors deliver seamless roaming, enhanced security, and live upgrades, eliminating the need for planned maintenance windows or downtime.

Hitless failover and automated load balancing

Hitless failover and automated load balancing

User sessions and access point traffic are load-balanced within a Controller Cluster managed by the Mobility Conductor. This optimizes network utilization during peak periods and maximizes availability during unplanned outages.

Automate deployment

Automate deployment

Zero touch provisioning reduces operational costs and avoids provisioning errors. By deploying without local IT resources, a managed device will automatically discover the Mobility Conductor and download its local configuration.

24/7 high-performance Wi-Fi for large campuses

Controller clustering

Aruba Mobility Conductor manages up to 10,000 access points, clusters up to 12 controllers, and securely segments traffic from one access point to multiple controllers.

Live upgrade and multiple-version support

ArubaOS 8 or individual service modules can be upgraded alongside active sessions, eliminating planned maintenance windows and downtime.

Dynamic license management

Dynamically manage licenses based on site requirements by accessing licensing pools.

Support for AOS 8

Delivering AI-powered automation and advanced analytics, Mobility Controller and conductors running AOS 8 optimizes client connectivity, RF channels, power, and operator efficiency.

Available as a virtual appliance

Leverage existing virtual infrastructure by running the Mobility Conductor as a virtual appliance.

Details and Specifications for the Aruba Mobility Conductor

Specifications

  • Model and capacity
    Aruba Mobility Conductor Hardware Appliance

    ModelMM-HW-1KMM-HW-5KMM-HW-10K
    Number of devices1,0005,00010,000
    Number of clients10,00050,000100,000
    Number of controllers1005001,000

     

    Aruba Mobility Conductor Virtual Appliance

    ModelMM-VA-50MM-VA-500MM-VA-1KMM-VA-5KMM-VA-10K
    Number of devices505001,0005,00010,000
    Number of clients5005,00010,00050,000100,000
    Number of controllers5501005001,000
    Environmental
    • Operating temperature range: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
    • Operating humidity: 10% to 90% (RH) non-condensing
    • Storage temperature range: -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
    • Storage humidity: 10% to 95% (RH) non-condensing
    • Operating altitude: Up to 10,000 feet
    Regulatory SKU information
    • Regulatory Model: ARCNMMHW
    Dimensions and weight
    • (H) 4.4 cm x (W) 44.2 cm x (D) 40.1 cm (1.73" x 17.40" x 15.79")
    • Weight 7.2 kg (15.87 lbs)
  • Interfaces and indicators
    • Two 10GBASE-X (SFP+) ports
    • One 1GBASE-T Management port
    • One USB 3.0
    • One RJ45 Console port
    • Port LINK/ACT and status LEDs
    • Front panel LEDs – Power, Status, Peered
    Power supply specifications
    • Dual 400-watt load shared redundant configuration
    • Input: 100-240V AC
    • Output: 12V DC
    • AC Input Current: 6.0 A max
    • AC Input Frequency: 50-60 Hz
    Acoustic noise
    • Sound pressure: 57 dBA*
    • Sound power: 64.4dBA**
    • Sound power per ETSI 300 753; Sound pressure per ISO 7779

    * Measured @ rear center
    ** Nominal fan speed @ room temperature

    Power consumption
    • 120W (Ubuntu running all cores, memory test, 10G traffic, this may vary by 10% based on software config)
    Regulatory and safety compliance
    • FCC Part 15 Class A CE
    • Industry Canada Class A
    • VCCI Class A (Japan)
    • EN 55032 Class A (CISPR 32 Class A), EN 61000-3,
    • EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4,
    • EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6, EN 61000-4-8,
    • EN 61000-4-11, EN 55024, AS/NZS 3548
    • UL 60950, EN60950
    • CAN/CSA 22.2 #60950
    • CE mark, cTUVus, CB, C-tick, Anatel, NOM, MIC
    Minimum ArubaOS release for the Mobility Conductor Hardware
    • Minimum ArubaOS Release:
      • ArubaOS 8.1 (Mobility Conductor Hardware)
    Warranty
    • Hardware: 1 year parts/labor*
    • Software: 90 days*

    * Extended with support contract.

Wi-Fi 6E

Wi-Fi 6E

Extending Wi-Fi 6 to the 6 GHz band, Wi-Fi 6E provides more contiguous spectrum and less interference while supporting multi-gigabit speeds and extremely low latency.

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ArubaOS

The network operating system behind our industry-leading wireless solutions, ArubaOS delivers the seamless connectivity, security, and reliability that your organization requires.

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7200 Series Mobility Controller

Delivering industry-leading network services, the 7200 Series maximizes Wi-Fi performance to ensure seamless roaming. It’s perfect for campus WLAN scalability or branch SD-WAN, and VPN Concentrator capabilities.

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7000 Series Mobility Controller

Perfect for mid-size campuses and branches, the 7000 Series Mobility Controller enhances WLAN performance to improve wireless access, security, and client roaming.

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Mobility Controller Virtual Appliance

Offering the same functionality as the physical Aruba Mobility Controllers, Mobility Controller Virtual Appliances (VMCs) can be managed by Aruba's Mobility Conductor for higher-scale and full ArubaOS features.

Aruba Operations Support

Our around-the-clock service will keep your network operating smoothly. Simplifying the entire network technology lifecycle, Aruba Service enables a cost-effective network that is able to scale globally.

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