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If master controller down, client authentication request on local controller point to local DB?

Hi, according to controller user manual,

"by default, By default, the local controllers forward the authentication requests for the RAP whitelist and the local user database to the master controller. Therefore, this data does not have to be manually replicated unless the default behavior has been altered. The user table is NOT synchronized, so if an AP fails over to a master from a local or vice versa, that AP will have to re-authenticate."

So if master controller is down, the local controller won't forward the authentication request to master, it will use own local DB for authentication, right?  Please advise, thanks in advance.

 

 

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Re: If master controller down, client authentication request on local controller point to local DB?

What version of ArubaOS?

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Contributor I

Re: If master controller down, client authentication request on local controller point to local DB?

Thanks for reply.

 

The controller version is 6.4.3.1 , AP 205

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