Aruba AirWave

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AirWave 8.2.0.x

AirWave 8.2.0.x introduces a new intuitive user interface, enhancements to the client usage graph, and security improvements.

AirWave 8.2.0.0

AirWave 8.2.3.x

AirWave 8.2.3.x added new triggers that provides an alert for hardware failures and for interface errors.

AirWave 8.2.3.0

AirWave 8.2.6.x

AirWave 8.2.6.x release enhanced security features.

AirWave 8.2.6.0

AirWave 8.2.6.1

AirWave 8.2.9.x

AirWave 8.2.9.x introduces a new SIP Session Initiation Protocol. SIP is used for signaling and controlling multimedia communication session such as voice and video calls. Setup tab, support to configure SIP ALG Application Layer Gateway. ALG is a security component that manages application layer protocols such as SIP, FTP and so on. Configuration using the Instant GUI Config (IGC), and enhancements to the power supply and power consumption monitoring details of the devices.

AirWave 8.2.9.0

AirWave 8.2.9.1

AirWave 8.2.15.x

AIrWave 8.2.15.x introduces enhancements to Sesimago tag for an IAP, supports Intra VLAN Virtual Local Area Network. In computer networking, a single Layer 2 network may be partitioned to create multiple distinct broadcast domains, which are mutually isolated so that packets can only pass between them through one or more routers; such a domain is referred to as a Virtual Local Area Network, Virtual LAN, or VLAN. Traffic Allowlist, Long Supported Release (LSR) tag, Short Supported Release (SSR) tag, password expiry alert, and forward mode support for wired clients.

AirWave 8.2.15.0

AirWave 8.2.15.1

AirWave 8.2.15.2

AirWave 8.2.1.x

AirWave 8.2.1.x introduces changes to the process to launch a support connection and introduces new security enhancements for the connection tunnel.

AirWave 8.2.1.0

AirWave 8.2.7.x

AirWave 8.2.7.x introduces support to import data from a Ekahau backup into VisualRF.

AirWave 8.2.7.0

AirWave 8.2.7.1

AirWave 8.2.10.x

AirWave 8.2.10.x migrates to CentOS-7 operating system, provides enhanced support for both strong and legacy ciphers, and introduces enhancements to AirWave query API AP list.

AirWave 8.2.10.0

AirWave 8.2.10.1

AirWave 8.2.13.x

Some salient features of AirWave 8.2.13.x are Intelligent Power Monitoring (IPM Intelligent Power Monitoring. IPM is a feature supported on certain APs that actively measures the power utilization of an AP and dynamically adapts to the power resources.), AP1X certificates authentication, support for SSH key Passphrase, IGC support for MPSK local authentication, and cross launch feature from the monitoring page of managed devices to the Mobility Conductor user interface.

AirWave 8.2.13.0

AirWave 8.2.13.1

AirWave 8.3.0.x

AirWave 8.3.0 is released with RHEL 8.6 version and all future releases of AirWave 8.3.x will be released with RHEL 8.6 or later versions.

AirWave 8.3.0.0

AirWave 8.3.0.1

AirWave 8.3.0.2

AirWave 8.3.0.3

AirWave 8.2.2.x

Some salient features of AirWave 8.2.2.x are support for Aruba controllers running on ArubaOS 8.0.0.0, enhancements to the cluster details on the WebUI page, and new user roles in AirWave to enable AppRF and UCC Unified Communications and Collaboration. UCC is a term used to describe the integration of various communications methods with collaboration tools such as virtual whiteboards, real-time audio and video conferencing, and enhanced call control capabilities. visibility.

AirWave 8.2.2.0

AirWave 8.2.5.x

AirWave 8.2.5.x introduces enhancements to security, client details, client diagnostics, and visualRF.

AirWave 8.2.5.0

AirWave 8.2.5.1

AirWave 8.2.8.x

Some salient features of AirWave 8.2.8.x are support for rolling upgrades of Instant Access Points and Electronic Shelf Labels (ESL) profiles.

AirWave 8.2.8.0

AirWave 8.2.8.1

AirWave 8.2.8.2

AirWave 8.2.11.x

Some salient features of AirWave 8.2.11.x are support for integrating AirWave with Aruba NetEdit Server, monitoring mesh devices dashboard view, OCSP security improvements, and Contact and Location Tracing (CLT) analytics for Campus Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to a WLAN network, mainly using the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio bands. Wi-Fi can apply to products that use any 802.11 standard. customers.

AirWave 8.2.11.0

AirWave 8.2.11.1

AirWave 8.2.11.2

AirWave Consolidated Release Notes

The Release Notes of all Aruba AirWave versions starting from 8.2.0.0 version are available here.

AirWave Consolidated Release Notes