The HP IMC Smart Connect with WLAN Manager Virtual Appliance Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) module offering a comprehensive "bring your own device" (BYOD) solution with easy onboarding, provisioning, and monitoring of users and clients as well as single policy enforcement and converged network management.

Combined with the HP Intelligent Management Center User Access Manager (UAM) Software, this provides for user access, guest access management, device fingerprinting, and self-registration for unified wired and wireless network management.

What's New

  • Unified monitoring of BYOD traffic and user behavior with detailed reporting and configuration management.
  • Virtual appliance offers simpler operational and infrastructure management.
  • Seamless policy enforcement based on users or device.
  • Converged network support with universal policies for connected devices.
  • Detailed reporting on traffic analysis, configuration, and resources.


Simplified BYOD Administration with Onboarding, Provisioning and Monitoring

  • The HP IMC Smart Connect with WLAN Manager Virtual Appliance Software delivers automated onboarding with user self-registration for simple bring your own device (BYOD) administration.
  • User devices are authorized and authenticated using device fingerprinting to uniquely identify them by make, model and OS.
  • Delivers multi-vendor unified wired and wireless policy enforcement to provide a consistent user experience.
  • Integrates with TippingPoint IPS to quarantine threats monitored and have TippingPoint send alerts.

Integrated Fault Management, Configuration, and Network Monitoring

  • The HP IMC Smart Connect with WLAN Manager Virtual Appliance Software offers comprehensive management in a ready to deploy appliance.
  • Provides powerful network discovery and topology solutions, including detailed inventory of the network and its configurations.
  • Unifies management of both wired and wireless networks.

Manage Wireless Networks with Ease

  • The HP IMC Smart Connect with WLAN Manager Virtual Appliance Software tracks client connection history and provides both top-down access point (AP)-to-client and bottom-up client-to-AP views to troubleshoot connections.
  • Supports HP 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 for quick discovery of device location.
  • Track client history in order to troubleshoot connection issues and view WLAN reports on traffic, radio, and AP statistics to optimize the network.

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What's New

IMC Smart Connect w/ WLAN Manager Virtual Appliance builds on top IMC Smart Connect by unifying the management of wired and wireless networks.

  • Combine IMC Smart Connect and IMC Smart Connect w/WLAN Manager: Secure user authentication
  • Advanced device profiling and real-time traffic quarantine
  • Centralized authentication, authorization and accounting support
  • Seamless policy enforcement across wired and wireless infrastructures from HP or other vendors
  • Comprehensive network management with 3rd party network support
  • Unified wired and wireless management with IMC Smart Connect w/WLAN Manager

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HP IMC Smart Connect with Wireless Service Manager Virtual Appliance Software

Application highlights

  • Appliance highlights — allows easy installation and configuration; includes an embedded SQL database and Red Hat Linux operating system; comes with a license for 100 device nodes, 200 users, and 50 access points; is delivered in an OVA file; shares server hardware with other applications, which reduces the complexity of installations and simplifies deployment as well as operational and infrastructure management


  • HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC) — integrates fault management, element configuration, and network monitoring from a central vantage point; built-in support for third-party devices enables network administrators to centrally manage all network elements with a variety of automated tasks, including discovery, categorization, baseline configurations, and software images; the software also provides configuration comparison tools, version tracking, change alerts, and more.
  • Modular architecture — Allows the addition of new modules to enrich network management capabilities; modules for user access management, VPN management, and traffic analysis can be quickly added and provide instant benefits; the architecture allows modules to share information and provide collaborative policy creation and reports
  • Virtualization management — integrates the management and monitoring of both virtual and physical networks; it provides insight into and management of virtual networks, and reduces migration complexity by aligning and automating network policies with virtual images; it also supports VMware, Microsoft® Hyper-V, and KVM; IMC Virtual Network Management Software also supports automatic tracking of the network access ports of virtual machines.
  • Highly flexible and scalable deployment models — HP IMC Standard software delivers an extensive set of capabilities for managing large heterogeneous networks and provides scalability and high availability through a flexible distributed deployment model; with its modular design, IMC software can be deployed across multiple servers to provide increased scalability and resilience
  • Rich resource management — provides powerful network discovery and topology, including a detailed inventory of the network and highly accurate depictions of how it is configured; supported views include Layer 2 and 3, as well as VLAN topology and the ability to create custom views like a dashboard homepage; customization enables administrators to organize and control the network infrastructure based on their preferred organizational model.
  • Flexible, centralized reporting — simplifies an organization's report administration; the software's flexible historical reports provide the information needed for network trend analysis and capacity planning, and offer predefined reports or customization options to define parameters; reports can be viewed in a number of formats, including .pdf and .xls, and can be sent automatically via email, or be set to run on a particular schedule.
  • Access control list management — simplifies the definition, deployment, and control of ACLs with effective policy-based control of network security and quality of service (QoS) across an organization's network infrastructure; ACL rule optimization helps ensure efficient use of ACL resources on devices
  • Identification and access management — With the addition of the optional User Access Manager (UAM) module, the system implements unified and centralized access management, supporting access through authentications, including LAN, WAN, WLAN, and VPN; it supports strong authentication using smart card, certificate, and other methods, and supports various methods for endpoint access control and identity-based network services that efficiently integrate the management of user resources and services
  • Compliance Center — associates compliance policies with devices that need to be checked; the compliance check function can promptly fix configuration and security problems in the network; if incorrect configurations are found, the data for the specific device, along with the configuration error, is included in the Compliance Center report.
  • HP Virtual Connect support — supports add/remove connections for HP Virtual Connect Manager and displays the connect information from the device detail page
  • IMC mobile application — IMC software provides a new mobile application for the iPhone and Android operating systems; this provides administrators with the flexibility to monitor the network while away from their offices
  • Telnet/SSH proxy — allows an administrator to use a browser to remotely access and manage devices through Telnet/SSH without installing a Telnet/SSH tool on the PC client used to access the device; this promotes secure and controlled access to devices while providing an audit of changes made on any device
  • Unified Task Management and IMC Wizard Center — services many of the configuration wizards found within IMC software, such as quick start and the third-party device configuration wizard; new to this release is Unified Task Management, which hosts all tasks within IMC software.
  • Traffic topology — enables users to view the traffic conditions of various links
  • Customized functions and third-party device support — extends device management and configuration functions; users can either extend an existing function to support third-party devices by compiling interactive scripts and XML files, or customize a function by compiling interactive scripts, XML files, and UI configuration files.
  • Performance views — can be used to define policies and enforce device settings consistently on selected devices; allows you to use policies to manage VLANs and VLAN port settings, as well as automatically apply a configuration template on newly discovered devices; you can also configure policies to send alarms when device configurations become noncompliant.
  • Security Control Center (SCC) — can be used to define policies and enforce device settings consistently on selected devices; allows you to use policies to manage VLANs and VLAN port settings, as well as automatically apply a configuration template on newly discovered devices; you can also configure policies to send alarms when device configurations become noncompliant
  • Network data collection — generates, packages, and sends archived information about your network, device, or IMC software to the appropriate HP Networking support or sales organizations in one simple step; this feature gathers the data you selected and then generates reports and data files containing the relevant information; it also delivers the reports to your selected destination, either by email, FTP, SFTP, or to a file location.
  • Service Monitor — can be used to monitor the availability and responsiveness of common network services via probes that you configure; the probes reside on local and remote IMC software agents and test services from servers and devices that you select when configuring the probes.
  • User access management — is a RADIUS Server providing authentication, authorization, and accounting features for controlling wired, wireless, roaming, and remote user access to the network edge. UAM provides access management services for a variety of HP and third party devices. UAM supports multiple 802.1X authentication protocols. UAM will also use existing user directories as a RADIUS proxy and works with LDAP compliant user stores such as Microsoft's Active Directory, and Novell's eDirectory
  • Centralized access user and endpoint management — offers centralized and secure authentication, authorization, and accounting services. UAM consists of a dedicated database, an embedded RADIUS server, options for a centralized or distributed UAM deployment, and support for primary and secondary UAM servers. UAM also offers a centralized web portal for managing users and user groups, configuring user access policies and applying policies to individual users and user groups.
  • User access authentication — provides user authentication to access the network, including support for 802.1X, PAP, CHAP, EAP-MD5, EAP-PAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-PEAP-MSCHAPV2, and EAP-PEAP-MD5 authentication protocols. It also provides authentication for device users to access network devices. IMC UAM provides support to forward radius authentication to 3rd Radius Servers and roaming authentication cross UAM Severs.
  • Portal authentication — provides support for network authentication using portals. The methods included for portal authentication are HP's web-based authentication protocol or iNode client authentication.
  • User self-service management — allows users to manage certain aspects of their account, network authentication and access.
  • Guest authentication management — allows to import guest accounts in batch-mode, self-registration, self-approval, approval by sponsors, guest and sponsor portal, print multiple vouchers, customized guest portal, authentication by QR code.
  • Granular access control — allows to verify information, such as access period policy, access device IP, SSID, endpoint IP, endpoint MAC, endpoint vendor, endpoint type, and endpoint OS before allowing the user gets access to the network.
  • Integrated access device management — interacts with the IMC ACL manager for fast deployment of user access services; the access devices come with links to their details, including the basic information, alarms, and performance; administrators can view such information by simple clicks; in a topology, administrators can clearly see the included access devices, view their information, or click to set an access device to non-access.
  • Ease deployment — allows to use default configuration templates to activate authentication for guests and employees using personal or company endpoints.
  • Endpoint configuration management — provides the quick configuration deployment functions for mobile devices; UAM deploys configurations to endpoints and activates the endpoint configurations, such as wireless profile, mail settings, password policy and VPN configuration.
  • IPv6 support for portal authentication — where UAM and EAD modules now support the IPv6 protocol stack
  • Troubleshooting tools for user authentication — makes troubleshooting user authentication issues in the UAM module easier; it logs details of the user authentication process and displays relevant information on the Web page; with this tool, administrators can trace detailed information of users who try to access the network.
  • BYOD — enables sending of credentials to a user who has created a guest user account by email.
  • Enhancement of LDAP authentication — enables the LDAP user to log into the self-service page and preregister an access user account in UAM; the UAM user group can also be synchronized with the LDAP server and be based on the OU in the LDAP server; the service for an LDAP user can be based on the priority of OU that the administrator defines.
  • Email support for sending guest user credentials — enables email to send the credential to a user who has created a guest user account
  • Enhancements of iNode — provides support for IPv6 inode; iNode client supports IEEE 802.1x authentication in a wireless setting .
  • WLAN device management — manages HP MSM series ACs, fat APs (also called autonomous APs), and fit APs (also called controlled APs) through SNMP and protocol buffers, and manages Comware-based ACs, fat APs, and fit APs through SNMP; it also supports the Cisco wireless and Aruba wireless devices (Consult HP about the models supported by WSM). IMC WSM is able to manage up to 8,000 fit APs.
  • Wireless service alarming — promptly detect and resolve faults on the network. Polls wireless devices periodically to test their reachability and generates traps for unreachable devices. Generates alarms based on the traps received from ACs and fat APs, according to system and user defined alarm rules in the Alarm Management module. Administrators can set thresholds for WLAN performance monitoring to generate appropriate alarms.
  • Wireless performance monitoring — provides basic and extended performance monitoring and real-time monitoring for online fat APs, fit APs, and clients.
  • Batch configuration wizard — the batch configuration wizard can help users configure the WLAN network step by step, including WLANs, AP groups, and radio parameters.
  • Wireless topology — provides wireless device topology (ACs and fat APs in WSM), Location view topology (APs and associated clients), Custom view topology (Fit APs and associated clients managed by a specific AC) and Mesh topology (AC and fat AP, MPP, MP, and MAP connections in a mesh network and client information).
  • RF management — includes network planning management and RF management. helps to select AP models and plan AP deployment by analyzing signal coverage at specific locations before you purchase APs. creates a heat map predicated on the radio type, transmission rates, and obstacles such as concrete walls, windows, and metal barriers. can sort APs by signal strength, access rate, channel, or SSID.
  • Client management — helps manage online clients, client online history, and client information. It displays all online clients that are connected to the WLAN on a client list to facilitate your management, including query client lists, detailed client information, export client information, configure sampling clients, modify client information, and view real-time client monitoring and history.
  • Performance monitoring — displays graphs and performance charts for wireless devices status, wireless alarms statistics, online client trending, and AP traffic monitoring; users can define tasks to monitor performance items of interest.
  • WLAN reports — analyzes the data collected by WSM and also summarizes the performance data, such as AP performance, utilization, and service availability, and displays the data in a bar chart, line chart, or pie chart.
  • Wireless terminal trace display — logs the online and offline records of a wireless terminal and uses these records to display the movements of the wireless terminal in the location view.
  • WDS/mesh management — allows for managing of MP policy, mesh profile, mesh interface, and peer MAC address configurations for a specific wireless device.
  • PoE port management — automatically learns which APs are connected to a switch's PoE ports, enabling control of those PoE ports; fault AP can be set to perform a cold restart, which will be a fast resume.

Warranty and support

HP IMC Smart Connect with Wireless Service Manager Virtual Appliance Software

HP IMC  Smart Connect with Wireless Service Manager Virtual Appliance Software E-LTU (JG767AAE)
Minimum system requirements Server:
Intel® Xeon® E5-2609, quad-core
12 GB RAM memory
1200 GB storage
1000 Mbps NIC
Minimum disk space of 1200 GB is to be distributed over four drives with a minimum of 300 GB each.
Physical characteristics
What's included
What's in the box Virtual Appliance SW download with: Intelligent Management Center Standard version, IMC User Access Manager, IMC Wireless Services Manager 50 AP license RedHat Linux OS and My SQL database
Warranty Not applicable;Electronic and telephone support: limited electronic and telephone support is available from HP refer to for details on the support provided and the period during which support is available;Software releases: refer to for details on the software releases provided and the period during which software releases are available for your product(s)

HP IMC User Access Manager Software Module Additional 50-user E-LTU (JG753AAE)

Additional 50-user E-LTU for HP IMC User Access Manager

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HP IMC Standard and Enterprise Additional 50-node E-LTU (JG749AAE)

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HP A-IMC Wireless Services Manager Additonal 50 Access Point E-LTU (JF415AAE)

HP A-IMC Wireless Services Manager Additonal 50 Access Point E-LTU

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HP IMC Smart Connect with Wireless Service Manager Virtual Appliance Software

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