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About this app

Aruba Utilities includes a number of tools useful for characterizing and troubleshooting wireless LANs from Aruba Networks. Some tools work with any WLAN, others are clients for Aruba’s AirWave management system, Analytics & Location Engine (ALE) and Mobility Controllers.

Support is through email to the developer, or via the Aruba Community site
http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Aruba-Apps/bd-p/Aruba-Apps

A user guide is available
http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Aruba-Apps/Aruba-Utilities-user-guide/td-p/246783


Aruba Utilities includes:

• A Wi-Fi Monitor showing the Wi-Fi environment, including the current access point, dynamic signal strength and RSSI measurements, other access points audible to the device and handover events.
• A Telnet/SSH client that works with Aruba mobility controllers, allowing network configuration and monitoring from a mobile platform.
• An AirWave client that downloads the floorplan image and AP details from the network’s AirWave WLAN management system. See where APs are located relative to your position, and touch AP icons for details of current loading, channels and power.
• The AirWave client also offers a locally-generated estimated heatmap and a site survey function that links actual coverage measurements to locations on the floorplan.
• Device information (Wi-Fi, IP, DHCP, cellular status) is displayed along with an implementation of the Airwave Management Client (AMC) that reports device information and scanned APs to your AirWave WLAN management system.
• A Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) scanner reports nearby iBeacons and other BLE devices with UUID, index values and signal strength measurements.
• Android versions of iPerf, Ping, DNS and mDNS offer network test functionality.
• Measurements are written to a plain-text log file and various csv report files that can be emailed for use later.

Aruba Utilities was developed by the CTO Group in Aruba Networks as a testbed for our research into WLAN measurement and optimization techniques. It will be of interest to network engineers with multi-AP WLANS, especially Aruba Networks WLANs.
Updated on
Dec 15, 2022

Data safety

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.3
441 reviews
B F
December 19, 2022
No ssids listed workaround: Since updating my S20 to Android 13, I could not see any SSIDs, even my own. I went into the "permissions" settings in Android, found the app, and manually added "Location", while using the app. Now the app can see wifi info again.
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Paul Williamson
October 29, 2022
AP 635 6Ghz Scanning not included or do I enable this manually somewhere? Otherwise all good!
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tsm tsma6
March 7, 2021
Excellent tool for wifi. More technical but a Hidden gem and much more informative than easy tools.
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What's new

2022-12-13 Build v180
- new permissions for Bluetooth in SDK 31 (Generates a scary warning but it’s only for existing BLE scan and BluConsole functionality.)
- toggle channel view for 5GHz/6GHz channels
- separate tx, rx link speed figures in Handover view (Android 10+)
- added ‘current Wi-Fi standard’ (i.e. Wi-Fi4, 5, 6..) to Handover view
- option to add name to emailed file names per-event
- new OUI file
- update to SDK 31
- remove associate button from AP Detail view