Aruba Networks Controller and Access Point models



Aruba Networks controller models:

Aruba Networks comes with a great variety of controller models – starting from a basic version that supports eight access points and having a very big chassis based controller (With 4 slots – each supporting 512 AP) supporting up to 2048 access points with a single controller. Amazingly, the features supported by these controllers are the same from the entry-level model to the highest model. The following are some of the common models of Aruba Networks controllers and their main parameters.

Aruba 620 Controller:

  • LAN Access Points/ Remote Access Points (Max) : 8 / 32
  • Maximum No. of Users : 256
  • Ports: Fast Ethernet : 8 Nos (4 Supporting POE+), Gigabit Ethernet : 1 No, USB: 1 No.
  • Max. Firewall Throughput : Up to 800 Mbps

Aruba 650/651 Controller:

  • LAN Access Points / Remote Access Points (Max) : 16 / 64
  • Max. No of Users : 512
  • Ports: Gigabit Ethernet : 6 Nos (4 Supporting POE+), Gigabit Ethernet Pluggable: 2 Nos, USB: 4 Nos
  • Max. Firewall Throughput : 2 Gbps

Aruba 3000 Series Controller (3200/3400/3600):

  • No. of Access points supported: Up to 32/64/128 LAN Access Points & 128/256/512 Remote Access Points.
  • Maximum (recommended) users: 2048/4096/8192 users.
  • Ports: 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 4 Gigabit Ethernet SFP ports.
  • Firewall throughput: 3/4/4 Gbps.

Aruba 6000 Controller:

  • No. of Access points supported: Up to 2048 LAN Access Points/ 4096 Remote Access Points.
  • Maximum (recommended) users: 32,768 users.
  • Ports: Up to 72 Fast Ethernet ports, Up to 40 Gigabit Ethernet ports, Up to 8 10GE ports.
  • Firewall throughput: Up to  80 Gbps.

Aruba Networks Access Point models:

Aruba Networks has a wide variety of Access Points starting with a single radio access point and then a dual radio, external antenna attachable access points and even an outdoor access point. The outdoor access point even has a fiber interface. POE is supported by all the access points with an optional power injector and individual power adapters for AC power. The following are some of the common access point models and their main parameters.

Aruba AP 61:

  • Application: Indoor.
  • Radios: Single radio. Software configurable to either 802.11a (OR) 802.11b/g.
  • Operating mode: Multi service 802.11 a or b/g WLAN (OR) 802.11 a or b/g Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 1xRJ-45 network port, Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).

Aruba AP 65:

  • Application: Indoor.
  • Radios: Dual radios. Software configurable to 802.11a and 802.11b/g.
  • Operating mode: Multi service 802.11 a + b/g WLAN (OR) 802.11 a + b/g Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 1xRJ-45 network port, Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).

Aruba AP 70:

  • Application: Indoor, high performance.
  • Radios: Dual radios. Software configurable to 802.11a and 802.11b/g.
  • Operating mode: Multi service 802.11 a + b/g WLAN (OR) 802.11 a + b/g Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in and Quad-RP SMA interfaces (2 per radio).
  • Interface: 2xRJ-45 network port, Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE), 4xRP-SMA Antenna interfaces.

Aruba AP 85:

  • Application: Outdoor, advanced high performance.
  • Radios: Dual radios. Software configurable to 802.11a and 802.11b/g.
  • Operating mode: Multi service 802.11 a + b/g WLAN (OR) 802.11 a + b/g Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP, Secure mesh point or portal.
  • Antenna: Quad N-Type female interfaces for connecting external antennas.
  • Interface: 1xRJ-45 network port, Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE), 4xN-Type Female Antenna interfaces, 1x100baseFX Multi mode and 1x100baseLX Single mode (LC) – optional.

Aruba AP 121:

  • Application: Indoor.
  • Radios: Single radio. Software configurable to support 2.4 Ghz or 5 Ghz. Supports 802.11n.
  • Operating mode: Multi service 802.11 a/n or b/g/n WLAN (OR) 802.11 a/b/g/n Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 2xRJ-45 network port(100/1000), Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).

Aruba AP 125:

  • Application: Indoor.
  • Radios: Dual radio. Software configurable to support 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz. Supports 802.11n, 3×3 MIMO
  • Operating mode: Multi service concurrent 802.11 a/n + b/g/n WLAN (OR) 802.11 a/b/g/n Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 2xRJ-45 network port(100/1000), Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).

Aruba AP 105:

  • Application: Indoor
  • Radios: Dual radio. Software configurable to support 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz. Supports 802.11n, 2×2 MIMO
  • Operating mode: Multi service concurrent 802.11 a/n + b/g/n WLAN (OR) 802.11 a/b/g/n Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 1xRJ-45 network port(100/1000), Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).

Aruba AP 93

  • Radios: Single radio. Software configurable to support 2.4 Ghz or 5 Ghz. Supports 802.11n, 2×2 MIMO
  • Operating mode: Multi service concurrent 802.11 a/n or b/g/n WLAN (OR) 802.11 a or (b/g/n) Air monitor (OR) hybrid combination of WLAN and Air monitor (OR) Remote AP.
  • Antenna: Built-in.
  • Interface: 1xRJ-45 network port(100/1000), Power – 1x5V DC, Serial over Ethernet(SOE).


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