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Re: PEF license needed for captive portal

 

 

After removing the PEF eval license, all the APs I reboot come up with IL flags. And yes, centralized licensing is enabled.

I am not at customer side these days so I can't run the commands to answer your two last questions.

Regards,

Julián


When removing licenses, you'll need to reboot the controller (not just the AP) for the change to take place. I suspect what's happening here is that the AP was rebooted, finds the controller still has PEF active, but has not available PEF licenses for the AP to join, and thus the IL flag. With the controller reboot, PEF will not longer be active and so available PEF licenses will not be considered.


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering

Re: PEF license needed for captive portal

Hi Charlie,

 

Thanks for the information, then I will try that. Both master and local controllers or just the master controller?

 

Regards,

Julián

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Aruba Employee

Re: PEF license needed for captive portal


fjulianom@hotmail.com wrote:

Hi Charlie,

 

Thanks for the information, then I will try that. Both master and local controllers or just the master controller?

 

Regards,

Julián


Ideally both, but at least the controller where the AP terminates (local?).

 

Once the local is rebooted, you can check for profile errors to make sure there wasn't any non-default profiles configured on the master that the local can't install due to licensing. (show profile-errors)


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering
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Re: PEF license needed for captive portal

Hi Julian,

 

Please use a seperated VLAN for Guest and don't assign an IP for this vlan on the Controller. So no guest can access the internal VLAN's. You don't have a firewall on the controller!

Cheers, Frank
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