Aruba AP-134, AP-135 and Dell W-AP134, W-AP135 Wireless Access Points
RNG SP800-131A Revision 1 Transition
When operated in FIPS mode with tamper evident labels and security devices installed as indicated in the Security Policy
Aruba's Wi-Fi access points serve as secure network on-ramps, aggregating wireless user traffic and forwarding it to Aruba's highly secure Mobility Controllers, where per-user role based access controls are applied through an integrated firewall. In FIPS 140-2 Mode, Aruba APs in conjunction with the Mobility Controller support the IEEE 802.11i/WPA2 client standard along with optional Suite B cryptography. Aruba APs also provide wireless intrusion detection/prevention services, support wireless mesh topologies, and have Wi-Fi Alliance certification for IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n.
MD5; Diffie-Hellman (key agreement; key establishment methodology provides 80 bits of encryption strength; non-compliant)
AP-134-F1 , AP-135-F1 , W-AP134-F1  and W-AP135-F1  with FIPS kit 4010061-01
ArubaOS_126.96.36.199-FIPS  and Dell_PCW_188.8.131.52-FIPS  or ArubaOS_184.108.40.206-FIPS  and Dell_PCW_220.127.116.11-FIPS  or ArubaOS_18.104.22.168-FIPS  and Dell_PCW_22.214.171.124-FIPS  or ArubaOS_126.96.36.199-FIPS  and Dell_PCW_188.8.131.52-FIPS