With the 15.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces API Sandbox that allows you to try out API flows.

With the 15.0 release, access points can authenticate themselves to the network using respective certificates. With access point (AP) VPN, AP uses the EAP-TLS protocol for authentication. Since EAP-TLS requires the client and network to authenticate themselves using respective certificates, the protocol is considered robust compared to exchanging shared secret and Xauth password. 

RadSec or RADIUS over TLS is a protocol for secure communication between a client and the RADIUS server. RadSec uses TCP and TLS protocols to form a secure tunnel between the client and the server.

With the 15.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge(CV-CUE) provides you the ability to list down Vulnerable SSIDs and Hotspot SSIDs. CV-CUE takes action on the listed SSIDs according to the applied WIPS policy. 

You can import Ekahau floor plans to CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) and then manage the access points (AP) from CV-CUE. Once you import the floor plan to CV-CUE, you can map the AP to CV-CUE and start managing the AP.

One of the reasons why Wi-Fi clients encounter RF issues is non-Wi-Fi interference. All Wi-Fi 6 and above APs can perform interference classification. CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) classifies interference into four categories — Wi-Fi, Microwave Oven (MWO), Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), and Continuous Wave (CW).

With the 15.0 release, CloudVision Cognitive Unified Edge (CV-CUE) introduces the following enhancements to the Unique-PSK(UPSK) workflow: