11-20-2014 09:05 AM
I'm working in a school and I inherited an aruba wlan with 24 AP and a controller "3200" acting as master.
I'm new to aruba interfaces and partially also to wifi.
Actually clients (100 more or less) connect thru a wpa-psk key to a single ssid but now we would like to introduce a MAC based authentication. I read how to do that but i'd like to understand which would be the best practice to implement the service without causing interruption (i need some times to collect mac address from clients).
In other words (I apologize for my english), may I introduce gradually the mac based authentication? Should I create a new ssid, or a new profile? Thank you.
11-20-2014 05:47 PM
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11-21-2014 02:35 AM
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I read one more time the chapter but I understand that to activate MAC autentication I had to chenge the AAA profile anf this will affect all user of the current SSID.
Instead, I would like to migrate gradually clients STA towards MAC authentication.
11-21-2014 02:38 AM
11-21-2014 07:34 AM - edited 11-23-2014 05:30 AM
Just make your initial and MAC default role the same and you can slowly add in users manually.
Just to be safer and to get better understanding of how things work, which are the steps to follow to get a new SSID with the new feature? I understand that the question could seems too wide but the manual I'm reading is too much detailed and I need some "glue" to put pieces together and I'd like to have a kind of sand-box to play with it.