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Import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database

Can i import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database?

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Re: Import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database

You cannot.  The best way to do this is to format it in a spreadsheet just like the commands to add them, then paste them into the controller:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/aruba/attachments/aruba/67/17/1/local-userdb.jpg

 



Colin Joseph
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Re: Import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database

Hi, i need to do this now, but your link has stopped working, any chance of  a re-upload ?

 

cheers

Stephen


cjoseph wrote:

You cannot.  The best way to do this is to format it in a spreadsheet just like the commands to add them, then paste them into the controller:  http://community.arubanetworks.com/aruba/attachments/aruba/67/17/1/local-userdb.jpg

 


 

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Re: Import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database

I am not sure why that is not coming up.  Basically you would just have a spreadsheet where a list of the command "local-userdb-add username <mac address>" for all of your entries.  You would then just copy and paste the list of commands, adding all your mac addresses, into the terminal session for your controller.

 



Colin Joseph
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Re: Import MAC address list to Aruba controller internal database

cheers

Tested and working :-)


cjoseph wrote:

I am not sure why that is not coming up.  Basically you would just have a spreadsheet where a list of the command "local-userdb-add username <mac address>" for all of your entries.  You would then just copy and paste the list of commands, adding all your mac addresses, into the terminal session for your controller.

 


 

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