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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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Hi,

 

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?

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

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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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