Aruba Networks Mobility Controller v 6.3

Product type: Network and Network Related Devices and Systems
Product Status: Completed
Assurance Level: Protection Profile

Version: ArubaOS 6.3
Components: Aruba appliance models: 600, 3000, 6000,7000 series Processor: Revision C4

Product Details

Product Description

Certification Country: AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND (2014)
Certificate Details: 2014/87
Certification Method: CC
Crypt Evaluation: Completed, see consumer guide

PP Compliance: US Government Approved Protection Profile - Security Requirements for Network Devices (NDPP) v1.1 as approved by the Australian Signals Directorate

Evaluation Facility: CSC
Manufacturer/Vendor/Distributor: Aruba Networks

Aruba Networks

Suite 303, 54 Miller Street
North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia


Jon Green

Email: [email protected]


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Consumer Guide

Aruba Networks Mobility Controller (7240, 7220, 7210, 6000, 3600, 3400, 3200, 650, 620) with Aruba OS (previously 6.3).

The Aruba Networks Mobility Controller is a network device that serves as a gateway between wired and wireless networks and provides command-and-control over Access Points (APs) within an Aruba dependant wireless network. ArubaOS 6.3 is the underlying operating system of the Mobility Controller, which is available in modular chassis or network appliance models:

a)        Aruba 7000 Series Mobility controller. (7240, 7220, 7210)

a)        Aruba 6000 Series. The Aruba 6000 with M3 blades are designed for corporate headquarters and large campus deployments.

 b)        Aruba 3000 Series. The Aruba 3200, 3400 and 3600 are designed for small, medium and large enterprises.

 c)        Aruba 600 Series. The Aruba 620 and 650 are designed for branch offices and similar deployments.

Whilst the Aruba Networks Mobility Controller offers a wide range of wireless, wired and remote networking features, the TOE is constrained to the following security features:

 a)        Secure communication with remote administrators, authentication servers, audit servers and APs.

 b)         Secure management including authentication, verifiable updates and auditing.

 c)        Self verification of integrity and operation.