Centralize Management of Your Network Simply and Cost Effectively
The HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Basic WLAN Software Platform integrates wireless fault management, element configuration, and network monitoring from a central vantage point with third-party device support.
Simply and easily manage small, heterogeneous wired and wireless networks with Intelligent Management Center Basic WLAN Software.
Experience lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with less need for maintenance.
The software platform comes with a fixed-device limit of 50 nodes and includes a 50-node license of HPE IMC Wireless Services Manager (WSM).
Leverage Reports to Better Manage Your Networks
The HPE Intelligent Management Center Basic WLAN Software Platform includes flexible and centralized reporting that provides the information needed for wireless network trend analysis and capacity planning, while customization options define parameters.
Collect, generate, and archive information about your network, device, or any IMC Software option to the appropriate Hewlett Packard Enterprise support or sales organizations in a single step.
Integrated sFlow traffic analysis collects flow information from capable devices to identify bottlenecks, reduce anomalous traffic, and measure varying levels of bandwidth traffic to different services and applications. Provides a top-down view of traffic topology.
Monitors performance through TopN, trend analysis, summary data, and graph displays for wireless device statuses, alarm statistics, and Access Point (AP) traffic monitoring.
Manage and Control Access Points with Ease
The HPE Intelligent Management Center Basic WLAN Software Platform tracks wireless client connection history and provides top-down AP-to-client and bottom-up client-to-AP views to troubleshoot connections.
Supports Hewlett Packard Enterprise Aruba and MSM Series WLAN devices including controllers, fit APs, and fat APs and associated detailed information, both high-level and detailed deep dive statuses of services and their usage information.
Displays logical and physical views of a WLAN by AP in real-time that allows for quick discovery of device location.
Track client connection history in order to troubleshoot connection issues and view WLAN reports on traffic, radio, and AP statistics to optimize the network.