Controller Based WLANs

What is the Aruba attribute “Aruba-Attr-10” used for?

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Product and Software: This article applies to all ArubaOS versions.


"Aruba-Attr-10" is the new Aruba VSA to carry "ap-group" information. We can add this line to the FreeRADIUS dictionary.aruba file:


ATTRIBUTE Aruba-AP-Group 10 string


Sending Accounting-Request of id 146 to port 1813


NAS-IP-Address =


Acct-Status-Type = Start


User-Name = "boingo/cli!!opstest"


NAS-Port = 1


NAS-Port-Type = Wireless-802.11


Framed-IP-Address =


Calling-Station-Id = "001302B8F5E4"


Called-Station-Id = "000B86104900"


Acct-Session-Id = "boingo/c001302B8F5E4-00"


Acct-Authentic = RADIUS


Acct-Delay-Time = 0


Aruba-Essid-Name = "concourse"


Aruba-Location-Id = "00:24:6c:ca:4d:6f"


Aruba-Attr-10 = 0x64656661756c74


Aruba-User-Role = "guest"


Aruba-User-Vlan = 0


WISPr-Location-ID = "isocc=US,cc=1,ac=212,network=USA"


WISPr-Location-Name = "USA,USA"


Proxy-State = 0x32

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