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Which AP-models do not support "Aruba's proprietary LLDP TLV"?

Hi!

 

I´m implementing "device-group" configuration in the Aruba switches and noticed that while an AP225 is detected without issues, and AP125 isn´t. In the user guide for the switch I can read this:


"In this release, the Mobility Access Switch provides support only for the device-type and Aruba APs that support Aruba's proprietary LLDP TLV."

 

So then my question arises, what AP models are not supported? I can´t seem to find this value in datasheets or feature matrix.

 

Cheers,

Christoffer Jacobsson | Aranya AB
Aruba Partner Ambassador
Aruba: ACMX #537 ACCP | CWNP: CWNA CWDP CWSP CWAP
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Re: Which AP-models do not support "Aruba's proprietary LLDP TLV"?

I would say any 802.11n access point newer than the AP-125.  The AP-125 is older and did not have enough memory to run the LLDP daemon.  You should also not expect it in the AP92/93, which is also older, but does not have enough memory.

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