Controller Based WLANs

HOW TO DISABLE CLIENT MATCH FOR A SPECIFIC CLIENT.

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Environment  :  All Aruba Os After 6.3

 

HOW TO DISABLE  CLIENT MATCH FOR A SPECIFIC CLIENT
 
 
Use the following command to disable the client match for the client

#add ap arm client-match unsupported 3c:97:0e:4f:b3:86
 
 
Use this command to checkthe client is  listed  under  Client Match Unsteerable Clients list

 
 #show ap arm client-match unsupported
 
Client Match Unsteerable Clients
---------------------------------
MAC                Unsteerable Flags    Last Steer Time       Total steers/successful
---                -----------------    ---------------       -----------------------
3c:97:0e:4f:b3:86  Administrator added  Mar 27 02:49:19 2014  0/0

S: Sticky L: Load Balance B: Bandsteer I: IOS
 
Total Unsteerable Clients:1
 
Use the following command to remove from the unsteerable clients list

#clear ap arm client-match unsupported client-mac 3c:97:0e:4f:b3:86

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Tim Haynie

I notice that this command is entered from EXEC mode. Thus, I have three questions:

 

  • Will this command persist after issuing "wr mem" and "reload"?
  • Will this command propogate to the other controllers in a master/local (or master/redundant master) environment?
  • Will the administratively added clients timeout from the unsupported list after the Client Match Unsteerable Client Ageout Interval (2 days by default)?

Thanks...

I also think the answers to Tim's questions would be a valuable addition to this article.

 

- No

- Locals, no. Redundant master, yes.

- No, they are permanent (no timer).

Has this behavior changed in 6.5.(1) ?  I've used it in 6.4, but it doesn't seem to be working now in 6.5.1.

 

(aruba7240-14) #add ap arm client-match unsupported 24:F0:94:A6:A2:19 reason administrative

Successfully adding unsupported client:24:f0:94:a6:a2:19

(aruba7240-14) #show ap arm client-match unsupported | include 24:F0:94:A6:A2:19           

(aruba7240-14) #

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