Manual will be automatically added to "My Manuals", Identifying Specific Installation Locations, Electrical and Environmental Specifications, Нормативные Требования Евразийского Экономического Союза, Wireless Access Point Aruba A200 Configuration Manual, Wireless Access Point ARUBA IAP-335 User Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba 300 series Install Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba Instant On AP11D Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba AP-203R Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba 303 Series Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba 203R Series Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba AP-68 Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba Instant On AP12 Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba Instant On AP15 Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba AP-318 Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba AP-303H Series Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba AP-375EX Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba 303H Series Installation Manual, Wireless Access Point Aruba 360 Series Installation Manual, Page 9: Verifying Post-Installation Connectivity, Page 10: Safety And Regulatory Compliance, Page 11: European Union Regulatory Conformance, Page 13: Нормативные Требования Евразийского Экономического Союза. Since ArubaOS 8.5 the default credential is admin / Serial Number of your IAP.

510 Series Data Sheet
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF): 560,000 hrs (64yrs) at +25°C operating temperature. Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF): 560,000 hrs (64yrs) at +25°C operating temperature.

The Aruba 510 Series Campus Access Points (AP-514 and AP-515) are high-performance, multi-radio wireless devices that can be deployed in either controller-based (ArubaOS) or controllerless (Aruba Instant) network environments. For more country-specific regulatory information and approvals, please see your Aruba representative. Many people mistakenly think that this command can be used to reset an AP back to factory default, but that is not true.

AP type: Indoor, dual radio, 5GHz 802.11ax 4x4 MIMO and 2.4GHz 802.11ax 2x2 MIMO, Four spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to  4.8Gbps wireless data rate to individual 4SS HE160 802.11ax client devices (max), Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to  1.2Gbps wireless data rate to individual 2SS HE80 802.11ax client devices (typical), Four spatial stream Multi User (MU) MIMO for up to 4.8Gbps wireless data rate to up to four 1SS or two 2SS HE160 802.11ax DL-MU-MIMO capable client devices simultaneously (max), Four spatial stream Multi User (MU) MIMO for up to 2.4Gbps wireless data rate to up to four 1SS or two 2SS HE80 802.11ax DL-MU-MIMO capable client devices simultaneously (typical), Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to 575Mbps wireless data rate to individual 2SS HE40 802.11ax client devices or to two 1SS HE40 802.11ax DL-MU-MIMO capable client devices simultaneously (max), Two spatial stream Single User (SU) MIMO for up to 287Mbps wireless data rate to individual 2SS HE20 802.11ax client devices or to two 1SS HE20 802.11ax DL-MU-MIMO capable client devices simultaneously (typical), Support for up to 256 associated client devices per radio, and up to 16 BSSIDs per radio. : This article applies to all Aruba Instant APs and ArubaOS versions. Supported frequency bands (country-specific restrictions apply): Available channels: Dependent on configured regulatory domain, Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) optimizes the use of available RF spectrum, 802.11b: Direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DSSS), 802.11a/g/n/ac: Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), 802.11ax: Orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA) with up to 16 resource units (for an 80MHz channel), 802.11a/g/n: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM (proprietary extension), 802.11ac: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM, 1024-QAM (proprietary extension), 802.11ax: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM, 1024-QAM, 802.11n high-throughput (HT) support: HT20/40, 802.11ac very high throughput (VHT) support: VHT20/40/80/160, 802.11ax high efficiency (HE) support: HE20/40/80/160, 802.11n (2.4GHz): 6.5 to 300 (MCS0 to MCS15, HT20 to HT40), 802.11n (5GHz): 6.5 to 600 (MCS0 to MVC31, HT20 to HT40), 802.11ac: 6.5 to 3,467 (MCS0 to MCS9, NSS = 1 to 4, VHT20 to VHT160), 802.11ax (2.4GHz): 3.6 to 574 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE40), 802.11ax (5GHz): 3.6 to 4,803 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 4, HE20 to HE160), 802.11n/ac packet aggregation: A-MPDU, A-MSDU, Transmit power: Configurable in increments of 0.5 dBm. capable devices onto available AP radios with equivalent Most Aruba APs, such as AP-60, AP-61, AP-65, and AP-70 eth0, support SOE, which means that you can connect an AP console cable to the AP Ethernet port to do the provisioning or restore the AP to factory default.