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Super Contributor II

Aruba Central disconnection

Hi guys,

 

I have some APs which were disconnected from Aruba Central minutes ago, I can see the messages in the Notifications page:

 

central_disconnect.JPG

 

Right now I have access to the APs only via Aruba Central, what commands can I use to see the reason of this disconnection?

 

Regards,

Julián

Contributor II

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Hello !

Post the output of the commands below:

show ap debug cloud-server
show log ap-debug

|ATP FLEXNETWORK V3|ACSA
Super Contributor II

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Hi John,

 

Attached the output of the commands. The second one only shows the most recent logs, because I see in the Nofications page the disconnection was at around 11 am.

central_disconnect.JPG

Is it a keep alive timeout between the VC and the Aruba Central?

 

Cloud Last connect fail status
-------------------------
Last fail server :34.214.28.103
Last fail time :2018-02-07 12:04:30
Last fail reason :connect timeout

Cloud Last login down status
-------------------------
Last down server :34.208.111.11
Last down time :2018-02-07 10:34:21
Last down reason :keep alive timeout

 

Regards,

Julián

Super Contributor II

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Hi John,

 

Did you find anything in the logs I attached?

 

Regards,

Julián

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Are you seeing and bandwidth issues or saturation on the uplink to Central? Seems like there is a few time outs? Any errors or dropped packets on the switch ports either?

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Super Contributor II

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Hi zailon0,

 

Do you mean issues over all the path from the VC toward Central? Right now I only have access to the APs from Central, if I console to the VC I can get this:

 

GerGeneral-3P# show int counters
bond0 is up, line protocol is up
Hardware is Gigabit Ethernet, address is 20:a6:cd:c5:c6:e2
Speed 1000Mb/s, duplex full
Received packets 120429081
Received bytes 37111146330
Receive dropped 395
Receive errors 0
Receive missed errors 0
Receive overrun errors 0
Receive frame errors 0
Receive CRC errors 0
Receive length errors 0
Transmitted packets 21815327
Transmitted bytes 4916030070
Transmitted dropped 0
Transmission errors 0
Lost carrier 0
GerGeneral-3P#
 
I see some receive dropped (packets or bytes?) but not much. Is there any option to have a historical of this to see the counters at the moment of the issue?
 
Regards,
Julián

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

I don’t believe there is historical logs but there should be some further info in the system logs. Are you able to check a perimeter device such as the firewall. Does it affect all the AP’s or just certain ones?

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Super Contributor II

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Hi,

 

I guessed so. When you say system logs do you refer to the command "show log system"? Because this command only shows the most recent logs, not yesterday's logs. I will check with client about the firewall bandwitdh...

 

Regards,

Julián

Re: Aruba Central disconnection

Yep that's the one, the IAP only has a short buffer for storing logs so I suspect the logs are being over written quite quickly. If you have a syslog configured, point the IAP to this to ensure all logs are captured. The fact that you are seeing more than 1 IAP reporting issues makes me suspect that there is a wider spread issue occurring.


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