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IAP 215 make Port 60,000 unrestricted?

Hello, I am an IT Technician for Schlossmannauto Group and we need to get the MVCIs to work over our wireless Aruba network. The SSID that the MVCI and Laptop are using is SAGPrivate and they are both connected and can ping each other. The MVCI Wireless Management console is not detecting the MVCI though. After contacting the proper support group they told us to make sure that port 60000 is unrestricted on our network.

Here is what I have for the Access Rules for the SAGPrivate Role
Allow any to all destinations
Allow TCP on port 60000 to all destinations
Allow UDP on port 60000 to all destinations

Here is what we have for Inbound Firewall Rules
Allow TCP on port 60000 from all sources to all destinations
Allow UDP on port 60000 from all sources to all destinations

I have not rebooted any of the Access points because I wasn't sure if I needed to for these changes to take effect.

Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks!

Re: IAP 215 make Port 60,000 unrestricted?

What happens if you have any any any permit rule ?

And then run the show datapath session table and filter by IP address from the support tab and see what's getting blocked
Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
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Re: IAP 215 make Port 60,000 unrestricted?

When I try to ping the MVCI the only infromation that shows up when I use the show datapath session table for port 60000 is from the laptop (10.249.122.73) to the broadcasting address (10.249.122.255) and then from the broadcasting address back to the laptop.  It seems to be using UDP 60000

 

When I setup a Hotspot on my cell phone and connect the Laptop and the MVCI to it I am able to get connected to the MVCI using the MVCI Wireless Connection Manager with no issues.

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