Controllerless Networks

Reply

Aruba Central mac caching

 

Hello i would like if someone coud explain me how does this work on aruba central

I got an option on aruba central

The manual says that but i dont understand completely and i would like if someone can enlight me a bit on this

 

Enter the maximum time in Day(s): Hour(s): Minute(s) format for which a client session remains active. The default value is 0:8:00. When the session expires, the users must re-authenticate. 
If MAC caching is enabled, the users are allowed or denied access based on the MAC address of the connective device.

Let say i got user visitor 1

 

I would like to know what would be the difference between using mac caching or not using it

Because as i look in the manual it says that if i configure the session time out for 8 hours, the user wont need to reauthenticate until the 8 hours.   So now if the session time out is working like this why do i need mac caching?

 

SEcond question

if the visitor 1, his ticket is for 4 days and i active the mac caching he will not need to authenticate at all in those 4 days? 

How long does this mac caching work? i can control that time in clearpass but i dont know how does this work here

 

Anyone?

 

Cheers

Carlos

----------------------------------------------------
Product Manager - Aruba Networks
Alternetworks Corp
New Contributor

Re: Aruba Central mac caching

Hello,

 

Anyone able to answer these questions? I am also curious about how this works, especially scenario 1. 

Search Airheads
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: