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Occasional Contributor I

LDAP logs

Hello,

I need some help getting the logs from my aruba 7005 controller.  I currently have the Aruba trying to send logs to syslog-ng on CentOS 7.x. 

 

logging level debugging security
logging level warnings security subcat ids
logging level warnings security subcat ids-ap
logging level debugging user
logging level debugging user subcat dot1x
logging facility local7
logging 10.1.6.146 type arm-user-debug severity debugging
logging level debugging user-debug f4:5c:89:94:64:6d
logging level debugging user-debug 94:65:2d:c5:93:63

This is what I have currenlty. 

My question is 1) is this setup correctly? 2) is there a way to get more granular w/ the logging?

Guru Elite

Re: LDAP logs

What are you trying to capture? 

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: LDAP logs

In the past 4 months i've implemented a new LDAP system.  FreeIPA from Redhat (formerly 389 Directory Services).  I had it working and authenticating users to wireless for about 2 months no issues.  I did some updates and it stopped.  I'm sure something changed.  We also upgraded Aruba Controller to 6.4.4.16.  I have tried changing the auth method from clear-text to ldap-s (port 689).

 

And yes FreeIPA is listening on that port.

 

I'm still trying to learn the aruba (realy cool hardware).  But have come from a Cisco side of things.  So any and all help is greatly appreciated.

Guru Elite

Re: LDAP logs

Okay, do this:

 

config t
logging level debugging security process authmgr
logging level debugging security subcat aaa

Type "show log security 50" to see details on what happened after.

 

ldap-s requires certificates and that is an advanced topic.  You should be able to get it to first work with on port 389.

 

 

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: LDAP logs

So I switched it back and BOOM.  Everything started working....

 

So now I want to make sure that I send all those logs to syslog-ng.  How do I do that with my current logging config?

Guru Elite

Re: LDAP logs

http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_6_5_4_X_Web_Help/Web_Help_Index.htm#ArubaFrameStyles/Management_Utilities/Configuring_Logging.htm?Highlight=logging

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