Today, we are providing support for NTLM proxy authentication. If you have needed your sensor to authenticate against a proxy server that requires NTLM, this is now possible on wired and wireless networks.
Today, we have added more ways to customise how your sensor tests networks, services and applications. These improvements offer solutions to the complexity and provide a better context for your network testing.
Aruba User Experience Insight sensors now support 802.1X authentication on wired networks. With this feature, we now support PEAP, LEAP, EAP-TTLS, EAP-TLS on wired as well as wireless networks.
Aruba User Experience Insight sensors now support verifying your RADIUS server using a specific CA on wireless networks.
Enterprise wireless networks using EAP-PEAP, EAP-TTLS, and EAP-TLS that use a private CA to sign the server certificate, are now able to specify the CA for verifying the RADIUS server. Additionally, networks that use a public CA to sign the server certificate can now explicitly specify the CA for verifying the RADIUS server.
Today we released support for Automatic Proxy Configuration to the User Experience Insight dashboard.
In many networks, complex proxy rules are maintained by common Proxy Auto Configuration (PAC). With this update we have added support for Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Protocol (WPAD) and custom PAC files.
You can configure a proxy in the following ways
Do more with your wired connections
Today we released a major upgrade to wired testing. If your sensors are connected via Ethernet, you can now test wired networks the same way you would test wireless networks.
With this update, you can specify tests to run on the wired network interface the same way you would configure tests to run on different SSIDs.
You can also: