Understand how Aruba ARMizes your WLAN for sure!

Fig. 1: Example of a WLAN coverage area heatmap

Aruba’s Adaptive Radio Management, ARM is responsible of transmit power management and planning of radio channels to access points.

It maintains two measures for every channel : a coverage index and an interference index [2] [3].

10 security measures against 10 attacks in a LAN network – Part I

An Ethernet switch is the central element of a LAN network and operates at data link OSI layer.

Every switch port defines a collision domain and can extend a broadcast or broadcast frame domain that is stopped by a router routed interface that operates at network OSI layer.

By default switches support one broadcast domain that can be tight to the default VLAN. VLANs, Virtual LANs, allow extension of this number to no more than the reserved 12-bit coded in the IEEE 802.1q frame header. This number depends on other design and technology considerations: VTP deployment, reserved VLANs, etc.

Transmit Power Control in IEEE 802.11 Cisco WLAN networks

Transmit Power Control in IEEE 802.11 Cisco WLAN networks
Fig. 1: Wifi everywhere!

TPC stands for Transmit Power Control. It’s a one of Cisco RRM, Radio Resources Management, techniques that are aimed at tackling interference, cross and co-channel, in Wlan networks.