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Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Hi,

 

we do initial config on controller 7010,after the first configuration finished the controller get reload,and then when the controller is up,the controller back to controller setup :

 

here the log from the controller CLI :

 

Current choices are:

System name: Test
Switch Role: standalone
VLAN 1 interface IP address: 172.16.0.254
VLAN 1 interface subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Option to configure VLAN 1 interface IPV6 address: no
Country code: us
Time Zone: pst-8:0
Ports shutdown: no

If you accept the changes the switch will restart!
Type <ctrl-P> to go back and change answer for any question
Do you wish to accept the changes (yes|no)yes
Creating configuration... Done.

System will now restart!


Shutdown processing started
Syncing data....done.
Time sync [Done]
Please stand by while rebooting the system.


Stage 1 Loader 1.0.5.0 (build 56553)
Built: 2016-09-22 at 05:02:10

Secure Boot Enabled on the Processor

Bank: Primary
CPLD: rev: 3.0 (30:0060|32:0002|33:0000|34:0000|35:0000)
PRID: 000C1203
POWER ON RESET CFG:30CC0FF2
Initialized I2C0 Controller.
Initialized I2C1 Controller.
SPD Rev:0x11 DIMM:0 Type:2 Speed:666MHz #Rank:1
DDR3: Node 0 Channel 0 Mem size = 4096 MB UDIMM
set freq:666666
DDR3: Node 0 DRAM frequency 666 MHz
DDR3: Node 0 CPU frequency 800 MHz
mtb_ps:125 clock:1500 trc:33 trcd:9 trp:9
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
Board DDR VDD set to 1.5V.
N:0 CH:0 additional rdlvl rdly:1
N:0 Ch:0 m:32 s:32 R OK.
Rank:0 HW WLVL Passed Mask:1FF
AP3:A0CFFF0 ODTP1:10000
n:0 ch:0 RTT WR:0200
===N:0 Ch:0 m:32 s:32 RW OK.
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:4096 MB value:FF FF -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:4096 MB value:FF 00 -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:4096 MB value:AA 55 -- PASS
Node:0 Ch:0 TGE Set Memory:4096 MB value:00 00 -- PASS

DDR3 Initialization Passed.
NBU0 DRAM BAR0 base: 00000000 limit: 0013f000 xlate: 00000001 node: 00000000 ( 0 MB -> 320 MB, size: 320 MB)
NBU0 DRAM BAR1 base: 001d0000 limit: 00bff000 xlate: 00090001 node: 00000000 ( 464 MB -> 3072 MB, size: 2608 MB)
NBU0 DRAM BAR2 base: 00e00000 limit: 0128f000 xlate: 00290001 node: 00000000 ( 3584 MB -> 4752 MB, size: 1168 MB)
Hit Ctrl + X keys to stop autoboot: 0

CPBoot image is signed
Verifying CPBoot checksum...
CPBoot check passed
Signer Cert OK
Policy Cert OK
RSA signature verified.
## Starting application at 0x8C100000 ...


CPBoot 1.0.7.0 (build 56553)
Built: 2016-09-22 at 04:52:12

DRAM: 4 GB
Detected [XLP208 Rev B1 (Secure Boot) ] (6a|6a)
CPLD: rev: 3.0 (30:0060|32:0002|33:0000|34:0000|35:0000)
Flash: 16 MB
PCIE (B0:D01:F0) : Link up (Gen(1))
Bank: Primary
Board: A7010
CPU: XLP208 Rev B1 (Secure Boot)
Clock: Core 800 MHz / SoC 800 MHz (30cc0ff2)
Net: ge-0, ge-2, ge-3, ge-4, ge-1
Inventory Verification: PASS
Hit Ctrl + X key to stop autoboot: 0
USB0: setting speed to USB_SPEED_HIGH
2 USB Device(s) found
#1 Storage Device(s) found
##Loading image 0:0######################################
Image is signed; verifying checksum...
passed
Signer Cert OK
Policy Cert OK
RSA signature verified.
0:xlp_napi_vc_mask 0xf
0:sae frequency is 500
0:nlm_hal_set_sae_engine_sel: xlp2xx return
0:-- SAE Frequency set to 500
0:cde frequency is 333
0:CDE Frequency set to 333MHz
0:MSGRING_NAPI: Initializing NLM NAPI subsystem


Aruba Networks
ArubaOS Version 6.4.3.4 (build 51619 / label #51619)
Built by p4build@formentera.arubanetworks.com on 2015-09-10 at 20:14:07 PDT (gcc version 4.4.5)
Copyright (c) 2002-2015, Aruba Networks, Inc.

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Probing for EEPROM devices [ OK ]
Probing for real-time clock [ OK ]
Initializing LCD module [ OK ]
Uncompressing core image files [ OK ]
Extracting corefs [ OK ]

Enabling watchdog [ OK ]
Starting device manager [ OK ]
Performing eUSB Flash fast test... [ DONE ]
[ OK ]
Mounting flash [ OK ]
PoE firmware [ OK ]
Checking system inventory [ OK ]
Installing ancillary FS [ OK ]
Performing integrity check on ancillary partition 0 [ OK ]

Reboot Cause: User reboot (Intent:cause:register 78:86:50:60)
Starting syslog service [ OK ]
Restoring the database [ OK ]
Generating SSH keys [ OK ]
Initializing TPM and certificates [ OK ]
Checking for configuration upgrade [ OK: Intra-Version Upgrade ]
Starting OS services [ OK ]

Starting auto provisioning
Using port gigabitethernet 0/0/15 for auto provisioning
Initiated DHCP, awaiting DHCP response

Auto-provisioning is in progress. Choose one of the following options to override or debug...
'enable-debug' : Enable auto-provisioning debug logs
'disable-debug' : Disable auto-provisioning debug logs
'mini-setup' : Stop auto-provisioning and start mini setup dialog for branch role
'full-setup' : Stop auto-provisioning and start full setup dialog for any role

Enter Option (partial string is acceptable): full-setup

 

please help us to resolve this issue..

 

Thank You All.

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Do you have any USB storage devices connected? Can you try removing these and starting the initial setup again?

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Hi Craig,

 

we do not use any USB storage,previously we do factory default to this controller,because we want change from mini setup to full setup,is there any step might have missed?

 

Thank You.

Guru Elite

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Did you set the cfgfile variable?



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Hi Colin,
Yes,previously we set cfgfile variable to do factory reset,is the issue happen regarding that configuration?

Thank You.
Guru Elite

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Yes.  You need to "unset" the cfgfile variable like this:

 

apboot> setenv cfgfile

apboot> save

apboot> boot

 



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Hi colin,
I will try this config later,i will inform if this can solving our problem.

Thank You.
Guru Elite

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

The procedure to recover from a corrupt configuration is here:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/How-do-I-use-the-controller-boot-parameter-cfgfile-to-recover/ta-p/177922



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Initial Setup

Hi Colin,
It's working great,thank you for help.
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