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ArubaPhyType dot11n support

 ArubaPhyType defined in aruba-tc.mib does not include dot11n type. The what ArubaPhyType  values do 802.11n APs take?

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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

 

I am guessing this is an old MIB and there is probably a replacement to this in another.

 

My 11n and 11ac APs have dot11a(1) for the 5GHz radio and dot11g(3) for the 2.4GHz

 

Super Contributor I
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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

 

 

I am guessing this is an old MIB and there is probably a replacement to this in another.

 

My 11n and 11ac APs have dot11a(1) for the 5GHz radio anddot11g(3)   for the 2.4GHz

 

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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

Thanks. Does anyone know about the replacement MIB?

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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

ssmith,

 

The current Mibs for each software release are in the downloads folder for each release.

 

 



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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

Thanks. What is the name of the replacement MIB for aruba-tc.mib?

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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

Did you download the Mibs from the software folder for the Verson of ArubaOS you are running?

 



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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

The MIBs was downloaded from www.oidview.com. Can you please post the link for downloading the MIBSs for Aruba OS 3.1? Thanks.

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Re: ArubaPhyType dot11n support

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You need an Aruba Support Site login to do this:

 

Go to support.arubanetworks.com and Login.  Go to Download Software> ArubaOS> General Availability> Archives and find your version of code.  The Mibs will be in the same folder.



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