03-05-2013 02:11 PM - edited 03-05-2013 02:20 PM
I am an underqualified manager of a small charter school network. I have been able to get our Dell Branded Aruba w-620 up and functioning using radius authentication thanks to the help I have received from this forum.
Things have been working great, but today I came in and one of our broadcasting WLANs was completely gone.
I have two WLANs setup, one using radius authentication for teachers/byod, and one with a WPA2 PSK for the mobile labs and other devices that I need to pre-configure en-masse.
The PSK network wasn't broadcasting, so I power cycled the controller, and it still didnt show up, but the Radius Network was there.
I logged into my controller, and there was no sign of a second WLAN.
We are not hack proof, and there are a lot of areas that our security could be improved, but I am just not sure if this was a tech-savvy student with a PS2 keylogger that got bored and deleted one of my WLANs or if the Aruba Controller can just forget something like this...
Is there a log that I can call on to view authenticated changes? something that would show that someone actually hit the delete key?
03-05-2013 02:28 PM
The "show audit-trail" command will show you who made changes, BUT it does not survive a reboot...
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03-05-2013 02:38 PM
**bleep**. that thought crossed my mind after I had pulled the plug....
Thanks for the reply.
Its obvious that these controllers are designed not to bug-out in this manner, but has it ever been reported that a controller will just drop the configuration of one of its WLANs? Have you ever heard of that happening?
03-05-2013 03:40 PM
Do you by any chance have Airwave running as well. I have seen this issue occur if airwave has been configured to auto repair configurations and it does not have the right config imported into airwave.