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Contributor I

Aruba 3200 drops clients

I have a mobility controller 3200, and four ap 125s.

I also have a cisco aironet 3600 (just one, no controller)

 

When clients are on the aruba gear, they routinely get booted off the wireless network, but absolutely never from the cisco, and I can't for the life of me figure out why. 

 

I'm not good enough with the aruba equipment to really be successful in figuring out how to troubleshoot this either. 

 

is there a way to 'watch' a specific mac address and find every log associated with it to sort out why it's dropping off the network?

 

I'm running AirOS 6.4.4.9, by the way - its the latest version of AirOS that I think this controller will run.

 

 

Guru Elite

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients

Do you have "Drop Broadcast and Unknown Multicast" enabled on all of your Virtual APS?

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients

Nope!

Contributor II

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients

A good point to start can be to debug a specific user. You can enable debug for a specific user with below command:

 

(Jibran-TEST) (config) #logging level debugging user-debug <mac> 
  

Jibran Aziz
ACDX | ACCP | ACMP | ACMA | CCIE (RnS, SP, DC) | JNCIS | JNCIA
Guru Elite

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients


Viss wrote:

Nope!


Okay.  Please do that and retest.

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients

Apologies for the delay.

Turning on the dropping of unknown multicast didn't change the behavior at all.

Guru Elite

Re: Aruba 3200 drops clients

Please PM me your email address so I can send you a link for your tech support..

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