12-02-2016 02:52 AM
I found an issue on Instant :
context : I want to automate the initial config of the first AP as virtual controler.
I configured one, and then I reuse the extracted config file as a base cfg for other VCs on other sites.
I wanted to add a piece of config (new ssid-profile) so I edited a base config file and loaded it to a test bed. But in the process I inserted a leading space before "wlan ssid-profile...". This seems to generate unwanted results.
I corrected the file (suppressed leading space) and reloaded : everything is OK.
I'm wondering whether this parsing "sensitivity" is an anomaly or a normal behavior.
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12-02-2016 03:57 AM
I will say that there is no supported method for editing a configuration of instant by hand and loading it onto a cluster. With that being said, spaces do matter in a configuration in this, but I am sure there are tons more gotchas about importing configurations that are no documented, because it is not directly supported.
The best way to load an initial configuration onto a cluster is to use Airwave: https://support.arubanetworks.com/Documentation/ta
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12-02-2016 05:06 AM
Well, "Airwave" means additionnal $$ to spend...just to push a 99% identical config on various clusters.
Anyway, I mitigated the anomaly with strict conformance to syntax...
Thanks for your help, and have a nice week-end.