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AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

Dear all, I am not an expert in configuring Aruba controllers, so my question may not be appropriate if you will.  I followed a video training and I applied that config as close as I could into my 3200XM which is my lab equipment.  I do have licenses loaded, but I can not end up seeing the AP on the controller.  Below is the config could you please help?  thanks

 

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Guru Elite

Re: AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

is the access point on the same subnet as the controller?

Is something supplying DHCP to the AP?

 

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Re: AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

I am plugging the AP on Port 1/1 which is on the native VLAN1, 172.16.0.254/24.

 

 

Guru Elite

Re: AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

Something needs to provide DHCP on that VLAN.  You need to create a DHCP scope on that controller so that the AP can get an ip address.   Go to Configuration> Network> IP > DHCP to create a DHCP scope in that range and enable the DHCP service.

 

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Re: AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

This is the management VLAN that is the default of the controller.  So at this point i am not sure how to do it.  thanks

Guru Elite

Re: AP-105 cannot associate with 3200XM Controller

Go to configuration> Network > IP> DHCP Server.  Click on the enable checkbox to enable the DHCP server.  Next, Add a DHCP server pool and make the network 172.16.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 dns 8.8.8.8 and default gateway 172.16.0.254 and click on apply.

 

 

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