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We want to hear from you on how we can improve our community and looking forward to seeing you share your experience with other members. Take a look at the list below, find the ideas you like or submit your own.

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Hey, 

 

If you want to do little bit more easily the on-site documentation when you install a bunch of AP's, don't forget the "AP installer" Android application :)

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.arubanetworks.apinstallersapp

 

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OS 8 Stand Alone Licensing

by MVP MVP ‎12-11-2016 06:59 AM - edited ‎12-11-2016 07:14 AM

OS 8 licensing is confuse specially for the stand alone mode.  Even in stand alone, the licenses for the controller still need to be installed as master-local.  We can migrate the licenses from OS 6 to OS 8, but only AP license works.  If we want the other licenses such as PEF, RF to work, we must “activate” it. 

To activate these licenses after install the license with "license add x.y.z" use these cli:

(Aruba7210) [mynode] #change-config-node /mm
(Aruba7210) [mm] (config) #license-pool-profile-root
(Aruba7210) [mm] (License root(/) pool profile) #pefng-licenses-enable
(Aruba7210) [mm] (License root(/) pool profile) # rfp-license-enable
(Aruba7210) ^[mm] #show license pool-profile root


License Profile Summary For Root Pool
--------------------------------------
Feature  Enable  TotalInstalledCount  AvailableCount
-------  ------  -------------------  --------------
AP       Yes     256                  256
PEFNG    Yes     256                  256
RFP      Yes     256                  256
XSEC     No      0                    0
ACR      No      0                    0
WebCC    No      0                    0
MM       No      0                    0
VMC      No      0                    0

 

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Central Licensing

by MVP MVP ‎03-19-2016 08:42 AM

Let’s give a boost to the COTD. 

Have you tried the Centralized licensing yet? Definatly give it a try. From my master-controller (and also the backup-master) with 0 license I can do this:

(WC03) #show license server-table

License Server Table
--------------------
Service Type                                        Aggregate Lic.  Used Lic.  Remaining Lic.
------------                                        --------------  ---------  --------------
Access Points                                       1992            667        1325
Next Generation Policy Enforcement Firewall Module  1808            675        1133
RF Protect                                          1808            675        1133
xSec Module                                         0               0          0
Advanced Cryptography                               0               0          0

 

gui cli.jpg

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COTD

by LeQuey Douglas ‎09-02-2015 03:47 PM

When auto cert provisioning is disbaled use the below commands to quickly add APs to the whitelist via the CLI.  This command is perfomed straight from enable mode.

 

whitelist-db cpsec modify mac-address <mac address> cert-type factory-cert state certified-factory-cert

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COTD 

 

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36# conf t

We now support CLI commit model, please type "commit apply" for configuration to take effect.

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36 (config) # arm

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36 (ARM) # a-channels 64

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36 (ARM) # g-channels 11

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36 (ARM) # exit

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36 (config) # exit

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36# commit apply

committing configuration...

configuration committed.

6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36# sh ap bss-table

 

Aruba AP BSS Table

------------------

bss                ess   port  ip             phy   type  ch/EIRP/max-EIRP  cur-cl  ap name            in-t(s)  tot-t

---                ---   ----  --             ---   ----  ----------------  ------  -------            -------  -----

6c:f3:7f:b2:d3:72  test  ?/?   192.168.1.139  a-HT  ap    64/22/22          0       6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36  0        12m:20s

6c:f3:7f:b2:d3:62  test  ?/?   192.168.1.139  g-HT  ap    11/19/19          0       6c:f3:7f:c3:2d:36  0        12m:19s

 

Channel followed by "*" indicates channel selected due to unsupported configured channel.

"Spectrum" followed by "^" indicates Local Spectrum Override in effect.

 

Num APs:2

Num Associations:0

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Show dot1x Watermark

by ‎01-29-2015 08:02 PM

This command is modified in AOS 6.4.2.4.

 

  # show dot1x watermark table active

 

  # show dot1x watermark table pending

 

 active: Displays all current active sessions in the 802.1X queue and the
corresponding user-age.
 pending: Displays all pending sessions in the 802.1X queue, the duration
for which the user is pending in the queue, and the corresponding userage.

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COTD - Show VLAN Status

by Community Administrator ‎10-16-2014 08:02 AM

Keep track of your various VLANs and see the status of them. This command will show you the IP and mask of the VLAN, operstate, port count, associated ports and AAA profile

 

Show Vlan Status.PNG

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You can simply and easily generate a guest entry and configure the profile to your needs.

 

To quickly generate a username and password for a guest use:

 

#local-userdb-guest add generate-username generate-password 

 

add guest.PNGadd guest a.PNG

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COTD - Audit Trail

by Community Administrator ‎09-08-2014 10:33 AM

Changes are made all the time and sometime changes are made unexpectedly without your knowledge. If the changes have a negative effect on production then you will need to discover the changes to correct them.

 

For this use:

 

#show audit-trail history

 

Audit Trail.PNG

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COTD - Show Global User Table List

by Community Administrator ‎08-28-2014 07:54 AM

When you need info on all users including PHY Type, BSSID, ESSID, age, role and more use:

 

(Aruba3200-US) # show  global-user-table list

 

Output of command:

Show global user table.PNG

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COTD - User Debugging

by Community Administrator ‎08-22-2014 09:28 AM - edited ‎08-22-2014 12:52 PM

If a client is expirencing issues you should enable debugging on the client using:

 

(Aruba3200-US) (config) #logging level debugging user-debug (MAC address)

 

Then to verify it is being debugged use:

 

(Aruba3200-US) (config) #show debug

 

Finally to view the logs for the debugged client use:

 

(Aruba3200-US) (config) #show log user-debug (number of entries / all)

 

user-debug.PNG

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COTD - Upgrade Image via TFTP or FTP

by Community Administrator ‎08-14-2014 05:42 PM - edited ‎08-14-2014 05:45 PM

When you need to upgrade you controller you and you want to use the CLI use:

 

#copy tftp: (server address) (filename) system: partition (0-1). 

 

           ^ can also use ftp

 

 

Upgrade Controller.PNG

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COTD - Show AP Client Trail-Info

by Community Administrator ‎08-12-2014 12:07 PM

This command will display activity for a client for troubleshooting purposes.

 

Output of command below.

AP CLient trail.PNG

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COTD - Instant - Show Radius-Servers Support

by Community Administrator ‎08-05-2014 08:42 AM - edited ‎08-05-2014 08:42 AM

If you need to get the servers and the configuration details use:

 

 "show radius-servers support"

 

show radius-servers support.PNG

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If you have CLI access and need to factory reset you IAP use # factory-ssid-enable

 

(Instant AP)(config)# factory-ssid-enable
(Instant AP)(config)# end
(Instant AP)# commit apply

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To veiw the status of a current capture use :

 

#show ap packet-capture status ap-name

 

ap packet capture.PNG

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COTD - Show User Device Type

by Community Administrator ‎07-03-2014 01:45 PM

If you need to know how many of a certain type of device is currently on the network you can use:

 

#show user devtype xxxxxx

 

user devtype.PNG