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Configuring Networks

The Aruba Instant On web application provides a summary of the networks that are available for employee and guest users.

To view the Networks page, click Networks tile on the Aruba Instant On home page:

Table 1: Network Information



Network Name

Identifies the Instant On network used to connect computers, tablets, or phones together. The network name is also used as the Wi-Fi identifier.

Network type

Indicates if the network is a employee guest network.


Shows the status of the network. Guest networks can be set to Active () or Inactive () by changing the status manually or by creating a network schedule to change the status at a specific day and time. See Guest Network for more details on setting network schedules.

Wired Network / VLAN

Wired Networks: Shows the VLAN ID that was assigned for the network.

Wireless Network: Shows the network name of the network.



Shows the security option set for the network:

Network password (PSK)—Secured using a shared password (PSK). Provides the following security options.

WPA2 Personal—This is the default setting.

WPA2+WPA3 Personal

NOTE: The Authentication server (RADIUS) option is displayed only when you click on Use authentication server (RADIUS) instead?.

Authentication server (RADIUS)—You must have a RADIUS server available to use this option. Secured using a higher encryption RADIUS authentication server. This option is available only for Employee networks. The following options are available.

WPA2 Enterprise—This is the default setting.

WPA2+WPA3 Enterprise

Welcome page—No security. Any user can connect to this network without entering a username or password. This option is available only for guest networks. This network requires Captive Portal to be configured.


Shows the number of clients currently connected to the network. Click the number listed under Clients to view the details of the client selected. See Web Help for more information about the Clients page.


Shows the volume of data, in bytes, transferred in the network throughout the day.

For more details about a specific network, select one of the following networks from the Networks page: