Monitoring, Management & Location Tracking

How to verify entry and confirm ALE communication with Aruba controller

Aruba Employee
Requirement:

Once we add Aruba controller to ALE we need to verify and confirm that the communication between ALE and controller is occurring.



Solution:

Login to ALE CLI using putty or securecrt using the root credentials. By default the username = root and password = admin unless changed at the time of installation.

To verify the controller entry in ALE execute the following command from CLI.

cat /etc/locationserver.conf

The output will look as seen below.

 

To verify if ALE is communicating with the controller login to CLI and execute the following commands.

cd /opt/ale/home

ls_cli.py

Once in the lscli execute the command getcontrollers. This will show the controller entry in ALE database.

 

 



Configuration:

Add Aruba controller to ALE by navigating to Configuration-->Controller-->Click on Add Controller

Add the IP address, login name, password and confirm password. Ensure you add a user with read only access. It is strongly recommended not to use to add user with read-write permission.



Verification

On the Aruba controller side we can verify if messages are being sent over to ALE by executing the following command.

show mgmt-server message-counters process stm

Look for the table that shows the Station RSSI Info. The values must be incrementing which is to verify that messages are being sent over to ALE.

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