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via client: assigning multiple pools

Hi,

 

We recently had an increase of Aruba Via usage. The 20 IP addresses from the VIA pool are no longer enough. I have created a second VIA pool, however the addresses are a different block than the first VIA pool. Example:

VIA pool1 = 192.168.50.1-192.168.50.20

VIA pool2 = 192.168.50.50-192.168.50.60

 

The user role for VIA however only lets me assign 1 L2tp pool in the GUI. Is it somehow possible to assisng 2 pools? Perhaps through CLI?

Guru Elite

Re: via client: assigning multiple pools

Unfortunately, the user is only assigned the pool in the role.  If you are source-natting traffic or there is a route in your network pointing to the controller for that subnet, you can certainly make it any ip subnet you want and expand it.

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Frequent Contributor II

Re: via client: assigning multiple pools

The VPN pools are in the same subnet as the 'normal' plugged-in users at the office, there's not NAT.

I guess I'll try to free 192.168.50.21 - 192.168.50.30 somehow and expand the pool with that.

Thanks C

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