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In the User guide, Why are the similar entries in the Home Agent Address (in IP mobility)?

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In the User Guide, Why are the similar entries in the Home Agent Address (in IP mobility)?

 

What does the IP addresses mean?

Shold we put in subnets instead?

"If there's a will, there's a way."

Re: In the User guide, Why are the similar entries in the Home Agent Address (in IP mobility)?

What does the IP addresses mean?

The IP address of the controller

Shold we put in subnets instead?

And you also need to include the Subnet / VLAN that the controller will host 

 

Not sure if that answers your question?

 

Pre-6.3

(HOME-MASTER-CONTROLLER) (mobility-domain) #hat 192.168.1.0 (subnet) 255.255.255.0(subnet mask) 1(vlan) 192.168.1.102(home agent)

 

Post-6.3

Another question what AOS are you using ? There were some changes made in the 6.3 code that instead using the IP address it uses the mac address to do the lookup 

 

HOME-MASTER-CONTROLLER) (mobility-domain) #hat 192.168.1.102 (home agent) 1 (VLAN)

 

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Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
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