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ArubaOS-Switch 16.04
Aruba 2930M Switch
Justin Noonan Technical Marketing Engineer
Kai Chang Global Product Line Manager
March 2017
Information

For use under HP CDA:


http://legalportal.houston.hp.com/legalportal/legalcda/pages/hom
e.aspx
with end users and channel partners until: GA DATE: 2930M =
May 2017 Target,

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Disclaimer

HPE/Aruba ConfidentialFor Illustrative Purposes OnlySubject to Local Law

This presentation contains forward looking statements regarding future operations, product
development, product capabilities, and availability dates. This information is subject to substantial
uncertainties and is subject to change at any time without prior notification. Statements contained in
this document concerning these matters only reflect HPE/Arubas predictions and/or expectations as of
the date of this document, and actual results and future plans of HPE/Aruba may differ significantly as
a result of, among other things, changes in product strategy resulting from technological, internal
corporate, market, and other changes. This is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or
functionality and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. This document is for
informational purposes only; HPE/Aruba makes no warranties, express or implied, in this document.

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Poll Question #1

How many of the attendees are Campus-focused or Data Center-focused?

Campus
Data Center
Both

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

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Gartner Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access
Infrastructure

This graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research document and should be evaluated in the context of the entire document. The Gartner document is available upon request from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its
research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartners research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or
implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure
August 2016. Tim Zimmerman, Christian Canales, Bill Menezes, Danilo Ciscato
ID Number: G00291908
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Mobile-first campus network
Policy Management
Unified End-to-end

Multi-vendor Multi-vendor
ClearPass SDN Apps AirWave Central

Wireless Wired
Wired

Best of breed Components Optimized


for wireless aggregation
BLE
802.11ac Mobility Beacons
Wave 2 APs Controllers Switches Routers
Analytics
For IT

For LOB
Mobile engagement & business
analytics 9
Introduction to ArubaOS-Switch

ArubaOS-Switch is the new name for the switch OS


Reflect alignment with Aruba Mobile-First solution and support for Aruba software such
as AirWave, ClearPass, and Activate

Based on 30+ years of networking leadership


Continuation of HPE pioneering works in Ethernet switching

Commitment to innovations
SDN, granular security, and performance enabled by the ProVision ASIC

Dedicated to continual improvements


Adding advanced features, enhanced instrumentation and supportability with focus on
high quality that enterprise customers expect

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Poll Question #2

Have you seen the new ArubaOS-Switch features introduced in the past
year?

Yes
No

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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Aruba integration features
16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04

Management Discover switches


Full config. mgmt. Support for 2540 Full support for 2930M, switch
AirWave CLI Window Wired user visibility topology map
Basic monitoring
Firmware Upgrade

RADIUS/TACACS+, 802.1x, Ext. Captive Portal Redirect


Policy MAC Auth, Int. Captive Portal CoA Initiated Port Bounce Static IP User Visibility
ClearPass Dynamic VLAN / ACL / CoS / Rate-Limit Downloadable User Role
User Role
Attrib.; CoA & Disconnect

Zero Touch ZTP with Aruba Activate **


Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) with
IPSec support for Airwave Activate firmware upgrade
Provisioning AirWave using DHCP
connection**

Support for 2920 and 2930F Support for 2540 and 3810M Custom Trusted Anchor, ZTP with
Cloud Mgmt. Full configuration & management Partial Config Management (CLI IPsec* enhancement
Aruba Central from the cloud Window) Support for 2530 and 2930M

Rogue AP detection with IAP


Wireless- Auto configure VLAN, PoE Trust QoS Per-User Tunneled Node **
optimized priority/power Per-port Tunneled Node **
User View CLI command

** IPsec, and Activate-based ZTP are not supported in 2530, 2620. Tunneled node is not supported on 2530, 2620 and 2540
* IPsec for management traffic only
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Aruba Integration Features in 16.04

Per User Tunneled Node Scalable, secured, and flexible control of access layer

Downloadable User Role Scalable and integrated wired/wireless policy management

Additional Platforms on
Support for 2530 and 2930M on Aruba Central**
Aruba Central
Batch processing, Custom Trusted Anchor, ZTP with IPsec*
Activate/Central
enhancement

Airwave Integration Support for 2930M

* IPsec for management traffic only


** Aruba Central with 16.04 supports 3810M, 2930M, 2930F, 2920, 2540, and 2530

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New Features in ArubaOS-Switch 16.04

Control Plane Policing


Set rate limit on control protocols to protect CPU from overload
(CoPP)

IEEE 802.3bz Standard compliance for Smart Rate ports

REST Enhancements Any CLI for REST API

/31 subnet, BFD for static route, configurable Device Profile, custom
Feature enhancements MAC delimiter, IPv6 default GW on OOBM, IPv6 router preference

System boot diagnostic, enhanced fan/power/temp status and


Diagnostics and reports
report

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Feature Matrix (16.04)

5400R/v3 5400R 3810 2930M/F 2920 2540 2530


(KB) (Compat Mode) (KB) (WC) (WB) (YC) (YA/YB)
Per User Tunneled Node
Available in Available in Available in
Aruba Central previous previous previous
release release release

Any CLI for REST


/31 subnet
COPP
802.3bz (Smart Rate Ports) V3 only 2930M only

BFD for Static Route


System Boot Diagnostic
(standalone switches)

Temp and power report enh 2930M only


(standalone switches)

Fan report enhancement

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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Tunneled Node: unified policy enforcement for wired and
wireless clients

Consistent wireless-wired network architecture

Centralized role-based policy enforcement

Access to Aruba controllers security features such as Firewall, packet


inspection and finger printing

Enhanced security with traffic separated by tunnels

Redundant controllers supported


Trust QoS
* Tunneled Node is not supported in 2540/2530/2620. 19
Per User Tunneled Node
Aruba
Secured and flexible control of access layer Controllers
Use ClearPass authentication and switchs User Role to tunnel selective
user/device to the Aruba Controllers
Policies (e.g., QoS, ACL, VLAN, rate limit) can be enforced at Tunneled Aruba
Node ports using switchs User Role AP
Tunnels

Access to Controllers applications


Users can access Controllers applications such as stateful firewall and
5400R
AppRF

3810
Higher availability (HA) and scalability
Load balance to multiple controllers for higher scalability
Sticky controller: avoid bouncing tunneled sessions between different
controllers
Stateful failover to standby management module for high availability

Support on 5400R/v3, 3810, and 2930F/M. Requires AOS


8.1 or later in the controllers
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Tunneled node use cases

Critical client protection Unified policy and visibility

ClearPass AirWave

Aruba Mobility Aruba Mobility AppRF


Controller Controller WebCC
UCC

Aruba Switch Aruba Switch

IoT Device Client Devices

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Switch Process

A client connects to a colorless port


Switch authenticates with ClearPass User Role attribute is returned
Port Access Client Status
Port Client Name MAC Address IP Address User Role Type VLAN
----- ------------- ----------------- --------------- ----------------- ----- ----
2/47 d4c9eff81b0d d4c9ef-f81b0d n/a tn-secure MAC 1000

A user-role is assigned to the client


aaa authorization user-role name "tn-secure"
vlan-id 1000
tunneled-node-server-redirect secondary-role "authenticated

The client is placed in the tunnel


Aruba-Stack-3810M(config)# show tunneled-node-user all
PORT MAC-ADDRESS TUNNEL-STATUS SECONDARY-USERROLE FAILURE-REASON
2/45 bcc342-1a2530 UP authenticated
2/47 d4c9ef-f81b0d UP authenticated

The switch communicates the clients secondary role to the controller using the tunneled-node-server-redirect
command the controller looks in its configuration to see if there is an associate policy

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Controller Process

The controller uses the secondary role to apply the appropriate policy to the client to create the tunnel
Note: secondary role provides the AAA authorization (user-role) without the need of an interaction between Controller and
ClearPass
(7010-TN) *#show tunneled-node-mgr tunneled-user

Tunneled User Table Entries


---------------------------

Flags: U - User Anchor Controller(UAC),


S - Standby User Anchor Controller(S-UAC),
T - Tagged VLAN,
A - Authenticated on Tunneled Node,

Tunneled User Mac Tunneled Node Mac Vlan UAC IP Address Key Tunnel Index Flags
----------------- ----------------- ---- --------------- ----- ------------ -----
d4:c9:ef:f8:1b:0d 70:10:6f:8c:1f:c4 1000 10.0.10.125 143 tunnel 11 UA
bc:c3:42:1a:25:30 70:10:6f:8c:1f:c4 1000 10.0.10.125 141 tunnel 14 UA

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Mobility Controller Configuration

ip access-list session blockcamera

network 10.0.200.0 255.255.255.0 network 192.168.14.0 At the controller, policy can be applied
255.255.255.0 any deny
centrally to enforce wired tunneled
any any any permit traffic
interface gigabitethernet 0/0/0

description "GE0/0/0"

trusted

trusted vlan 1-4094

no poe

ip access-group "blockcamera" session

switchport mode trunk

switchport access vlan 10

switchport trunk native vlan 10

switchport trunk allowed vlan 10,200,1000

no spanning-tree

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ClearPass Configuration
802.1x or Mac-Based Authentication
Service is created in ClearPass

Authentication Methods and sources


are defined within the service

Enforcement Policies contain rules that authorize by


attributes such as device type or ClearPass user
role which will then apply the desired profile

In this case, the profile matches the local


HPE User Role (switch) to allow the user
access

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AppRF

We can use the traffic analysis functionality


to view the tunneled clients in AppRF

Traffic can be analyzed by user, destination,


application, device, and role

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Switch Tunnel Messaging

000:17:28:30.82 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:Bucket 15 initialized


0000:17:28:30.88 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:User bcc342-1a2530 added to tree
0000:17:28:30.95 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:UAC Bootstrap to node: 10.0.10.125
0000:17:28:31.03 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:userTNodeSendUACBStrapReq: Packet Sent
Successfully
0000:17:28:31.13 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:User bcc342-1a2530 bootstrapping
0000:17:28:31.20 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:create tunnel: 141 port a000a7d uac 0
ifindex 0 count
0000:17:28:31.31 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:User bcc342-1a2530 tunneling to 318768686
0000:17:28:31.39 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:2112f50400ffffffff-1eb9eb9be332313132
bootstrapped state - remove hw rules 66353034 30306666

0000:17:28:31.53 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:1. port 143 ifindex 318768685 count 1


0000:17:28:31.64 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:2. port 143 ifindex 318768685 count 0
0000:17:28:31.76 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:Deleting tunnel for ifindex 318768685
0000:17:28:31.88 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:UAC unbootstrap for reason: 5 to node:
10.0.10.125
0000:17:28:31.99 TNT mtnodeUserCtrl:userTNodeSendUACUnBStrapReq: Packet Sent
Successfully

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

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Poll Question #3

Which of the following is true about Per User Tunneled-Node? (Check all that
apply)

Wired and wireless traffic can all be tunneled back to an Aruba mobility controller
It allows unified wired and wireless policy enforcement
The Aruba Mobility controller clustering technology allows for high availabity with Per User
Tunneled-Node
Per User Tunneled-Node is supported on the Aruba 2530 and 2540 switches

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

5 Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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Poll Question #4

How popular are the Aruba 29XX switches with your customers?
Great! Theyre in high demand and flying off the shelves!
Good Solutions. Could use some updating.
Not as strong as they once were

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Switching That Meets the Needs of Today and Tomorrow

Aggregation, access, small core


Aruba 5400R High density modular with full PoE+, Smart Rate, VSF

Enterprise and SMB


stacking, SDN, Advanced L3

Aggregation, access
Aruba 3810 Stackable with line rate 10/40GbE uplinks, full PoE+,
Smart Rate, SDN, Advanced L3, Central

Layer 3 access
Aruba 2930M Stackable with modular 10GbE/40GbE, Smart Rate,
Redundant power, PoE+, SDN, Access OSPF, Central

Aruba 2930F Layer 3 access

Branch
Fixed 1/10GbE uplinks, PoE+ , VSF stacking, Access
OSPF, SDN, Central

Aruba 2540 Layer 2+ access


Simple, cost effective access with fixed 10GbE
uplinks, PoE+, static & RIP, Central

Aruba 2530 Layer 2 access


Cost effective 10/100 and 1GbE with PoE+
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Switching for the Mobile-First Campus
Gigabit Access Multi-Gig Access

Aruba 2530 Aruba 2540 Aruba 2930F Aruba 2930M Aruba 3810 Aruba 5400R
L3 + RIP, Access L3 + RIP, Access Advanced L3 Advanced L3
Switching L2 L2 + RIP/static
OSPF OSPF
Modular
Power & Uplinks
Smart Rate
Multi-Gig Ports

Stacking VSF VSF

SDN Optimized

Central

AirWave &
ClearPass

POE+

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series
IoT Ready and cloud-manageable access layer switches

Layer 3 switch series with enterprise-class features thats simple to deploy and manage with Aruba
ClearPass Policy Manager, Aruba AirWave and cloud-based Aruba Central. Support for backplane stacking,
static and RIP routing, Access OSPF, IPv6, ACLs, MACsec, HPE Smart Rate, modular 10GbE uplinks and
PoE+.
Simple deployment with Zero Touch Provisioning and cloud-based Aruba Central.
Resilient power supply options support redundant power and to 1440W of PoE+ power.
Scalability with modular backplane stacking for up to 10 units.
HPE Smart Rate multi-gigabit connectivity to high speed 802.11ac APs.
Wire speed 10GbE and 40GbE uplinks for backhaul capacity.
Optimized for innovative SDN applications with OpenFlow support.
Ideal for enterprise edge, SMB and branch offices.

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series
Modular slot:
4-port 10GbE SFP+ uplinks
1000BaseT/1GbE SFP
1-port 40GbE QSFP+ uplink
Combo Ports
4-port IEEE 802.3bz* HPE Smart Rate Module (1, 2.5.5, 10GbE)
Dual Modular Power
Supplies supported Management Ports:
2-port Stacking Module Dual Personality RJ-45
POE+, non-PoE, or Micro USB console port
100BASE-T
and Smart Rate OOB Ethernet port
models USB-A storage port for
memory stick
(upload/download files)

10/100/1000BaseT Ports
ArubaOS-Switch and
Layer 3 Switching with Modular backplane IEEE 802.3bz* High Speed Connectivity
Secure with ClearPass Programmable Aruba
Static, RIP and Access Stacking up to 10 switch HPE Smart Rate with 10GbE and 40GbE
Policy Manager Support Provision
OSPF, Tunnel Node units support uplinks
ASIC
Hibernation mode to
Up to 1440W of PoE+ Reduce overall power
On Prem management Cloud-manageable IEEE 1588 v2 Precision Limited
With a second modular Consumption and
With AirWave support With Central support Time Protocol Lifetime Warranty
Power supply improve security
* Requires future ArubaOS-Switch software update available Q3 2017

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series Smart Rate models Front view
Back of all 2930M switches include 2 modular power supply slots, 1 stacking module slot and
1 modular uplink slot

Smart Rate Ports:


1,2.5,5GbE with PoE+
10GbE not supported
on JL324A Smart Rate ports.
(use Smart Rate module for
10GbE uplink)
Management Ports:
JL324A Aruba 2930M with 24 Smart Rate (1,2.5,5GbE) ports Dual Personality RJ-45
or Micro USB console port
100BASE-T
OOB Ethernet port
USB-A storage port for
memory stick
(upload/download files)

Smart Rate Ports:


1,2.5,5,10GbE with PoE+
JL323A Aruba 2930M with 8 Smart Rate (1,2.5,5,10GbE) ports and 40 x 1GbE ports
(36 x RJ-45 and 4 x dual personality ports)

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series - Rear View

Stacking Module Slot Uplink Module Slot supports


for 2 port stacking 4-port 10GbE SFP+, 1-port 40GbE
module QSFP+, 4-port IEEE 802.3bz* HPE Smart
Rate modules
2 Modular Power Supply Slots

Fixed Fans

* Requires ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 software release

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series Pictures and Dimensions

JL319A Aruba 2930M 24G 1-slot JL321A Aruba 2930M 48G 1-slot JL323A Aruba 2930M 40G 8 HPE Smart Rate
Switch Switch PoE+ 1-slot Switch

JL320A Aruba 2930M 24G PoE+ 1-slot JL324A Aruba 2930M 24 HPE Smart Rate
JL322A Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+ 1-slot
Switch PoE+ 1-slot Switch
Switch
Product number Product name Dimensions

JL319A Aruba 2930M 24G 1-slot Switch 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth) : (4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)

JL320A Aruba 2930M 24G PoE+ 1-slot Switch 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth) :(4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)

JL321A Aruba 2930M 48G 1-slot Switch 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth) : (4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)

JL322A Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+ 1-slot Switch 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth): (4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)

Aruba 2930M 40G 8 HPE Smart Rate PoE+


JL323A 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth): (4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)
1-slot Switch
Aruba 2930M 24 HPE Smart Rate PoE+ 1-
JL324A 1.73" (Height) x 17.42 (Width) x 12.77" (Depth): (4.39cm x 44.25cm x 32.43cm)
slot Switch

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series compared to Aruba 2930F
Feature Aruba 2930M Aruba 2930F
Modular up to 4 uplinks SFP+ or one 40GbE
10/40 GbE uplinks QSFP+
Fixed 4x10 GbE SFP+ or 4x1GbE SFP

HPE Smart Rate multi-gig Yes No

Power Supply Modular up to 1440W PoE+ Fixed up to 370W PoE+

Operating Temperature 055 degrees Celsius 045 degrees Celsius

Forwarding Capacity 128-176 Gb/s 56Gbps 176Gbps

Throughput Up to 112 Mpps Up to 112 Mpps

2K Static:1K IPv4 static, 10,000 Dynamic IP


Routing Routes
256 Static Entries. 10,000 Dynamic IP Routes

Stacking Modular Backplane Stacking with up to 10 units VSF stacking up to 4 units

Allows switch to go to extremely low power


consumption mode and back to normal on a
Power Save Mode schedule saving power and improving off hour
Not supported
security
Supports Transparent Clock and 1-step and end
IEEE1588v2 to end delay modes for critical timing applications
Not supported

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Gen 6 ASICs
ASIC

5400R 2930F 2930M


First Gen 6 ASIC Cost Optimal Modular Ports
New Features No BPS 40G
Improved Fixed Ports BPS
Performance No 40G

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Aruba 2930M 48 Port 1G POE+ w/ 1 module slot

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Air Flow Port to Power (Front to Back)

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NBASE-T: basis for IEEE 802.3bz standard

IEEE 802.3bz: Final September 2016!


We are members of the NBASE-T Alliance
HPE Smart Rate ports are interoperable with the NBASE-T ecosystem of
2.5/5Gbps products as well as with existing industry standard 1GbE/10GbE
devices

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Resilient and scalable: Backplane stacking with dedicated ports
Broken
Ring Ring Simplify network operations

10 10 Scalable performance

Increases resiliency
9 9
Available on Aruba 3810 and 2930M
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Aruba 3810
8 Up to 336 Gbps stacking throughput
Supports mesh, ring and chain stacking (up to 10)
2 to 10
Members
Flexible deployment with different length stacking cable (.5m, 1m, and
3m cables)
Aruba 2930M
Up to 100 Gbps stacking throughput
1 1 Supports ring and chain stacking (up to 10) (2920 up to 4)
Flexible deployment with different length stacking cable(.5m, 1m and 3m
stacking cables1)
2930M and 3810
1
The 2930M uses the same stacking cable SKUs as the 2920 but will only stack with 2930Ms.
Chain topology is supported but will flag a warning that it is not a resilient configuration.
2930M cannot stack with 2920.
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Poll Question #5

Which of the following are the main differences between the 2930M and 2930F switches?
(Check all that apply)
The 2930M hardware is modular while the 2930F is fixed
The 2930M has increased PoE capacity
The 2930M has dedicated backplane stacking of up to 10 members, while the 2930F has
Virtual Switching Framework stacking of up to 4 members.
The 2930M supports HPE Smart Rate
All of the above

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series

PoE budget matrix


1x250W 2x250W 1x680W 2x680W 1x1050W
Product 2x1050W PSU
Product name PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU
number (JL087A)
(JL085A) (JL085A) (JL086A) (JL086A) (JL087A)
Aruba 2930M 24G 1-slot
JL319A 0W 0W * * * *
Switch
Aruba 2930M 24G PoE+
JL320A * * 370W 740W 740W 840W
1-slot Switch
Aruba 2930M 48G 1-slot
JL321A 0W 0W * * * *
Switch
Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+
JL322A * * 370W 740W 740W 1440W
1-slot Switch
Aruba 2930M 40G 8
JL323A HPE Smart Rate PoE+ * * 370W 740W 740W 1440W
1-slot Switch
Aruba 2930M 24 HPE
JL324A Smart Rate PoE+ 1-slot * * 370W 740W 740W 1440W
Switch

*Not compatible

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Aruba 2930M and 2930F replaces the Aruba 2920
Aruba 2920 and 2915 Switch Series:
Last order date for Guaranteed supply: December 8, 2017 Transition your 2920 Customers to 2930F or 2930M Now!
Planned End of Sale Date: March 31, 2018
Existing Aruba 2920 Switch Series New Aruba 2930M and 2930F Switch Series

Product Number Product Name Product Number Product Name


JL259A Aruba 2930F 24G 4SFP Switch

J9726A Aruba 2920 24G Switch JL253A Aruba 2930F 24G 4SFP+ Switch

JL319A + JL085A Aruba 2930M 24G 1-slot Switch + Aruba X371 12VDC 250W 100-240VAC Power Supply

JL261A Aruba 2930F 24G PoE+ 4SFP Switch

J9727A Aruba 2920 24G PoE+ Switch JL255A Aruba 2930F 24G PoE+ 4SFP+ Switch

JL320A + JL086A Aruba 2930M 24G PoE+ 1-slot Switch + Aruba X372 54VDC 680W 100-240VAC Power Supply

JL260A Aruba 2930F 48G 4SFP Switch

J9728A Aruba 2920 48G Switch JL254A Aruba 2930F 48G 4SFP+ Switch

JL321A + JL085A Aruba 2930M 48G 1-slot Switch + Aruba X371 12VDC 250W 100-240VAC Power Supply

JL262A Aruba 2930F 48G PoE+ 4SFP Switch

J9729A Aruba 2920 48G PoE+ Switch JL256A Aruba 2930F 48G PoE+ 4SFP+ Switch

JL322A + JL086A Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+ 1-slot Switch + Aruba X372 54VDC 680W 100-240VAC Power Supply

J9836A Aruba 2920-48G-POE+ 740W Switch JL322A + JL087A Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+ 1-slot Switch + Aruba X372 54VDC 1050W 110-240VAC Power Supply

J9562A Aruba 2915 8G PoE Switch JL258A Aruba 2930F 8G PoE+ 2 SFP+ Switch

Note: New Aruba 2930M switches require power supply (order separately). 2930F has included power supply.

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Aruba 2930M Switch Series ordering and pricing information 1GbE Access Ports Powered
Product number Product name Combo ports Uplink/Modular Ports
(RJ-45) ports
JL319A Aruba 2930M 24G 1-slot Switch 20 4 x 10/100/1000BaseT/1G SFP 1-Slot -

JL320A Aruba 2930M 24G PoE+ 1-slot Switch 44 4 x 10/100/1000BaseT/1G SFP 1-Slot 24 PoE+ Ports

JL321A Aruba 2930M 48G 1-slot Switch 20 4 x10/100/1000BaseT/1G SFP 1-Slot -

JL322A Aruba 2930M 48G PoE+ 1-slot Switch 44 4 x 10/100/1000BaseT/1G SFP 1-Slot 48 PoE+ Ports

Aruba 2930M 40G 8 HPE Smart Rate PoE+ 1- 8 x Smart Rate (1,2,5,5, 10GbE)
JL323A 4 x 10/100/1000BaseT/1G SFP 1-Slot 44 PoE+ Ports
slot Switch ports; 36 x 1GbE

Aruba 2930M 24 HPE Smart Rate PoE+ 1-slot 24 x Smart Rate (1,2,5,5GbE)
JL324A - 1-Slot 24 PoE+ Ports
Switch ports

JL325A Aruba 2930 2-port Stacking Module - - 2 x Stacking Ports -

JL078A Aruba 3810M/2930M 1QSFP+ 40GbE Module - - 1 x QSFP+ Ports -

JL081A Aruba 3810M/2930M 4 Smrt Rte PoE+ Module - - 4 x HPE Smart Rate Ports 4 PoE+ Ports*

JL083A Aruba 3810M/2930M 4SFP+ MACsec Module - - 4 x 10GbE SFP+ Ports -

Power Supplies and Stacking Cables


Product number Product name Supported on: PoE+ Power supported
JL085A Aruba X371 12VDC 250W 100-240VAC Power Supply JL319A, JL321A -

JL086A Aruba X372 54VDC 680W 100-240VAC Power Supply JL320A, JL322A, JL323A, JL324A 370W

JL087A Aruba X372 54VDC 1050W 110-240VAC Power Supply JL320A, JL322A, JL323A, JL324A 740W

J9734A Aruba 2920/2930M 0.5m Stacking Cable JL325A -

J9735A Aruba 2920/2930M 1.0m Stacking Cable JL325A -

J9736A Aruba 2920/2930M 3.0m Stacking Cable JL325A -


Power supplies are not included with the switch and must be ordered separately. * Smart Rate module (JL081A) works in all
models, but requires PoE+ Switch (JL320A, JL322A, JL323A, JL324A) to provide power to device such as an AP. 49
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Modules to add multi-gigabit Ethernet and stacking

HPE Smart Rate multi-gigabit ports for Backplane stacking module for the Aruba 2930M
Aruba 2930M and Aruba 3810 Switches

JL081A Aruba 3810M/2930M 4 Smrt Rte PoE+ Module JL325A Aruba 2930 2-port Stacking Module
Supports 1G, 2.5G, 5G and 10GBASE-T Uses the same stacking cable SKUs as the 2920
Requires PoE+ Switch models (JL320A, JL322A) to but will only stack with 2930Ms
provide power to devices like Access Points

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Demo

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Facing the competition
Aruba 2920 Aruba 2930F Aruba 2930M Cisco 2960X Cisco 2960XR
Layer 3 with static,
RIP, Access OSFP x

Stacking 4 chassis 10 chassis


4 chassis(VSF) 8 chassis 8 chassis
(backplane) (backplane)
10GbE uplinks
10GBASE-T With Smart Rate
x x x
module
Smart Rate x x x x
40GbE uplinks x x x x
PoE+ maximum 1440W Fixed: 370W 1440W 740W 740W
SDN Optimized x x
Redundant PSU x
Cloud and Local
x x
management

Aruba 2930M also supports Power Save Mode and IEEE1588v2


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Competitive comparison
Head to head: Aruba 2930M vs. Cisco Catalyst 2960XR LAN Base
Cisco Catalyst
Feature 2960-XR IP Lite Aruba 2930M
Aruba advantages:
256 Static Entries. 10,000 Dynamic IP
Routing IPv4 static, 2K IP Routes
Routes 10GbE and 40GbE ports reduces
Forwarding capacity 130.9 Gbps 128Gbps 176Gbps bottlenecks
Throughput 71.4130.9 Mpps Up to 112 Mpps Stacking up to 10 Units for improved
Modular: 2x or 4x 10GbE (SFP+ or scalability
1GbE/10GbE Uplinks Fixed: 2 x 10GbE SFP+ or 4 x SFP HPE Smart Rate) or one 40Gbps
QSFP+ HPE Smart Rate for convenient
10GBASE-T No Yes with HPE Smart Rate port connectivity to high speed 802.11ac APs
Multi-gigabit Ethernet No HPE Smart Rate 2 x PoE+ power for voice, video and
Fixed: power supply up to 740 W Modular: Up to 1440W Internal in 1U wireless
PoE/PoE+ internal chassis
Cloud manageable for simple
MAC Addresses 16K 32K
deployment and operations (Airwave
Stacking
Up to 8 switches/stack with 40 Gbps Up to 10 Backplane up to 50Gb/s too)
per link for 80 Gbps per module per link, up to 100Gb/s per module

SDN No OpenFlow SDN today


Warranty Enhanced Lifetime Limited Lifetime Better value warranty with Limited
Lifetime Warranty

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Competitive comparison
Head to head: Aruba 2930M vs. Juniper EX 2200/3300
Feature Juniper EX 2200 Juniper EX 3300 Aruba 2930M
Aruba advantages:
Static and RIP Routing Static and RIP Routing 256 Static Entries. 10,000 Dynamic
Routing IP Routes, Access OSPF
Stacking up to 10 Units for
Forwarding capacity 56 104 Gb/s 128- 176 Gb/s 128Gbps 176Gbps
improved scalability
Throughput 41.7 77.4 Mp/s 95 130 Mp/s Up to 112 Mpps

Fixed: 4 x 1GbE SFP Fixed: 4 x 1/10GbE Modular: up to 4x 10GbE (SFP+ or


10GBASE-T for convenient
1GbE/10GbE
Uplinks
SFP+ HPE SmartRate) or 1 40Gbps connectivity
QSFP+

10GBASE-T No No Yes, with HPE Smart Rate ports 2 x PoE+ power for voice, video
Multi-gigabit No No Yes, HPE Smart Rate and wireless
Ethernet
Cloud manageable for simple
Fixed power supply up Fixed power supply up to Modular: Up to 1440W Internal in
PoE/PoE+ to 405 W internal 740 W internal 1U chassis deployment and operations
Up to 4 Up to 10 Yes Backplane up to 50Gb/s per
Stacking link, up to 100Gb/s per module. Up SDN today
to 10
Primary Airflow Side to side Front to back and back to Front to Back
Better value warranty with
Direction front avail. Limited Lifetime Warranty
SDN No No OpenFlow
Wired Wireless integration
Enhanced Limited Enhanced Limited Limited Lifetime
Warranty Lifetime Lifetime

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Agenda

1 ArubaOS-Switch Introduction

2 ArubaOS-Switch 16.04 Features

3 Per User Tunneled-Node

4 Per User Tunneled-Node Demo

5 Aruba 2930M Switch Series

6 Wrap Up

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Poll Question #6

Will the Aruba 2930M Switch help you win more deals against the competition?

Yes
No
Maybe

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Thank you
Justin Noonan Aruba Switch Technical Marketing Engineer
Kai Chang Aruba Global Product Line Manager ArubaOS-Switch software
Tom Kinahan Aruba Global Product Line Manager Aruba 2930M Switch