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Wireless arrays operate as an autonomous networking device using an integrated controller. The embedded controller runs the Linux-based Array Operating System known as ArrayOS.
ArrayOS allows each wireless array to be managed and configured to fit its operational requirements as well as its operation in a network arrays. ArrayOS can be configured via a web management interface; via a command line Interface using SSH, telnet, or a serial console; or managed centrally through the Xirrus Management System (XMS).
With ArrayOS functioning independently on each array, the arrays themselves make all controlling decisions at the edge of the network. With each array operating autonomously, there is no single point of failure in the network. Additionally, the ArrayOS monitors all array functions locally and can apply policy and RF design decisions immediately and efficiently instead of being dependent on communication back to a central control point.