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IAP-0205: Restore Configuration all Accesspoints at once (cli)

Hello.

 

One small qusition: how can I restore a configuration from a tftp server via ssh and force the controller to push this configuration to all accesspoints?

 

I do (on controller)

# tftp [tftp-server-ip] [filename] system config 

and get

please reboot the AP to apply the new configuration

All fine after "# reload" if there is only one accesspoint.

 

Not, if there are more than one.

 

What happens then is:

 

If I reload the contoller accesspoint is, that the controller accesspoint reboots and after that gets the old config from one of the other accesspoint which is now the new controller.

 

In this way I will never be able to restore the configuration of all present accesspoints.

 

So my question ist:

How can I force the controller to push the uploaded configuration to all accesspoints and force all accesspoints to reboot?

 

(This is what happens if the restore is done on the web interface)

 

 

 

Best regards,

All-X

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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: IAP-0205: Restore Configuration all Accesspoints at once (cli)

Do you have an instant cluster?  You should reboot them all at once.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Re: IAP-0205: Restore Configuration all Accesspoints at once (cli)

Yes, i do.

Is there a way to do this reboot of all access-points via cli on the controller?

 

 

 

 

 

Best regards.

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Re: IAP-0205: Restore Configuration all Accesspoints at once (cli)

http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/Instant_423_WebHelp/InstantWebHelp.htm#CLI_commands/reload.htm?Highlight=reboot



Colin Joseph
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