05-15-2015 05:12 AM
We have an Aruba 6000 mobility controller with four M3 cards. We have migrated to a new dhcp server recently and to achieve this, I changed the ip- helper address in the cli for all 120 vlans on the master controller. ( I did it via cli so that I could create a script and a backout script easily to copy and paste into the cli ) . Should this configuration replicate to all the m3 card locals when i type "wr mem" after the configuration change or do I have to replicate this change four fold on all locals as well ? This would take me ages. Is there a quicker way of achieving this dhcp server configuration change ?
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05-15-2015 05:14 AM
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05-15-2015 05:15 AM
05-15-2015 05:25 AM
We have a layer 2 set up with our aruba controller cards all connected to a core switch .
The clients get a default gateway of an interface configured on the core switch.
Does this make sense ?
05-15-2015 05:26 AM
Users default gateway is on the upstream switch .
So, I have to go and change the ip-helper address for 120 x 6 ( master, standby master and 4 m3 local cards!!!) . Im going to be busy.
Is there any other quicker way …………..what a monotonous task. Well, at least I have scripts ready , I suppose.
Can you see any issue with us migrating from /24 to /21 vlans in the future to avoid having so many vlans ? Would there be any issues with broadcasts etc.
05-15-2015 05:28 AM