IAP VPN Guest Solution With Captive Portal

IAP VPN Guest - Captive Portal

After my last post about an IAP VPN, I’ve got a lot of questions regarding an IAP VPN guest solution, either with or without a captive portal. This post is all about an IAP VPN guest solution. I use a controller as the VPN concentrator and for the captive portal. You can use ClearPass for the … Read moreIAP VPN Guest Solution With Captive Portal

Aruba Instant VPN with Central – IAP VPN

In this post, I describe how I use an Aruba Instant AP for tunnel all my traffic to my controller at home. This IAP VPN is very helpful when I need to show some lab scenarios. But you can also use it as your secure connection from a small branch office to the headquarter. Sure, you … Read moreAruba Instant VPN with Central – IAP VPN

ArubaOS Controller Whitelist Sync with ClearPass

Whitelist Service in ClearPass

I was writing some new posts and realized that I missed one basic post for you. If you ever went through the process of provisioning many new AP’s to a controller, you may be looked for a simpler way to do the provisioning work. The solution is the whitelist. Every ArubaOS controller has an internal whitelist … Read moreArubaOS Controller Whitelist Sync with ClearPass

Wired Guest Access with IAP – Aruba Instant

Have you ever heard of someone asking for wired guest access? Why should you use wired guest access, when WLAN is available? For those, who need this kind of guest access, the following post is very interesting. I can think of the following scenarios, where you could need wired guest access: You have a WLAN … Read moreWired Guest Access with IAP – Aruba Instant

How Aruba Central Provisioning Works

This time I will demonstrate the Aruba central provisioning process, to zero touch deploy switches and Aruba Instant AP’s. The process is using Aruba Activate as well. But let’s start at the beginning. What is Aruba Central Aruba Central is the cloud based management solution from HPE Aruba. In the past, Aruba Central was used to … Read moreHow Aruba Central Provisioning Works