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For LLDP-MAD the following must be supported by the neighbor switch: - IP-address reachable from V...
For LLDP-MAD the following must be supported by the neighbor switch:
- IP-address reachable from VSF
VSF system performs a number of checks to verify if all requirements have been met. You can verfify with "show vsf lldp-mad parameters" the "MAD readiness status".
=> therefore there is no need for an Aruba/HPE switch if the above is supported.
Hi Kamikaze, Aruba OS-Switch doesn't support any other key exchange algorithms ...
Aruba OS-Switch doesn't support any other key exchange algorithms other than “diffie-hellman-group14-sha1” for SSH Connections by default. Any SSH client will have to support the same key exchange algorithm to the switch.
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you can use "isolate-list" feature on the vlan. Isolate-list feature creates a list of isolate...
you can use "isolate-list" feature on the vlan. Isolate-list feature creates a list of isolated ports for the VLAN. Traffic received on isolated ports will not be forwarded to other isolated ports in the VLAN. Traffice will be forwarded only to non-isolated ports on that vlan.For example if ports a1-a23 is part of vlan 1,and if "isolate-list" is created with ports a1-a22, then ports a1-a22 will not be able to talk to each other. only port a23 can talk to a1-a22.
HP-Switch-5406Rzl2(vlan-1)# isolate-list a1-a22
...the list. We'll change a setting called `LeaveBootpParametersInOptions` to True which will...
I think I have an idea of what's going wrong here. It looks as though QIP is including Option 66 in a different part of the packet.
In the image I've attached, you'll notice that Option 66 is set in QIP. However, the DHCP Offer holds it in the Server field (similar to the File field) rather than listing it in the DHCP options. QIP also treats the field as Text, not an IP, which may be out of the format that the Aruba switches expect. . .
QIP does not allow for multiple Option values to be defined in its database (e.g. I cannot create another Option 66 field under a different folder and change the type), so it looks like I have a few calls to make in order to get this figured out.
Update: We've discovered that QIP will, by default, move Options 66 and 67 into the Bootp header as `sname` and `file`, respectively. This is why the options are not in the list. We'll change a setting called `LeaveBootpParametersInOptions` to True which will instead copy the values. Hopefully this will work and not impact other Bootp-/TFTP-reliant devices (e.g. IP phones)
Honestly, the recommendation is to turn of spanning tree on the controller and allow your layer 2/3...
Honestly, the recommendation is to turn of spanning tree on the controller and allow your layer 2/3 switch to manage the links using whatever version of spanning tree it is running. Quite frankly, spanning tree is not a very controlled method of redundancy. Typically you would want to do link aggregation on two links of the same size to the same switch. You would enjoy twice the bandwidth, instead of having to manually set things like the root bridge.
Hi, Just wanted to update this old thread. All the issues I was having were relat...
Just wanted to update this old thread.
All the issues I was having were related to the firmware on the controller. I was initially trying to have the AP itself perform 802.1x against our Cisco switch, which was failing.
I opened a ticket with Aruba Support and they confirmed that there was an issue with the AP205H receiving the 802.1x information from the controller (username and password). I upgraded our controller to the latest firmware it would support (18.104.22.168). After doing this the AP worked perfectly and all the strange behavior I was getting went away.