Automatic discovery and provisioning eliminates many repetitive and cumbersome tasks during initial network deployments. Unlike software-based Wi-Fi controllers that require additional installation onto a separate PC or hardware, the APM system is ready out of the box, has dedicated processing power, and can be accessed using any PC or mobile device.
WLAN AP Groups
AP grouping with tiered administrator privileges allows flexible management of various subsets of APs. Each group has its own map-based view, unified management interface, and usage information collection.
Multiple-site Management & Reporting
A single APM system can manage APs at multiple distributed sites. Reporting and analytics displays can be easily customized by administrators to enable intuitive monitoring of system activity.
Flexible L2/L3 AP Management
The APM system comes with native AP management supporting both layer 2 and layer 3 deployment scenarios. Tunnel interfaces between the APM and remote APs can be encrypted to enhance network security.
Built-in Troubleshooting Utilities
Integrated network troubleshooting utilities such as ping, traceroute, and packet capture allow administrators to quickly identify and respond to network issues.