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Go to Configuration> Wireless> AP Configuration. Click on your new ap-group. Clic...
Go to Configuration> Wireless> AP Configuration. Click on your new ap-group. Click on AP. Click on AP System. In the right pane, find the LMS IP box and type in the IP address of the controller that you want your access points to be on. Click on "save as" in the upper right hand corner to create a new profile and give it a new name. Click on Apply in the lower right hand corner to apply the new profile. You have to click on save configuration to push the change from the master to the local controller.
Setting the LMS IP and saving it as a new AP System Profile defines the ip address of the controller that access points in that AP-Group will terminate their user traffic on.
Hi Alex, Let's see if I can help you 8-) First of all you're correct on the t...
Let's see if I can help you 8-)
First of all you're correct on the two MAD technologies. So VLAN MAD will be more applicable in different use models. In your post I couldn't see if you had two or four switches in the stack. There is a different in the set-up since you can have only configure 1 port in the MAD VLAN per stack member switch. So if you have 2 stack members you can directly interconect the switch ports. If you have more than 2 stack members you'll need an external switch to provide connectivity for all stack members but this can also be used for management traffic when you want to. There are some limits on the specific MAD VLAN but these are well described in the manual. Let's dive in some configuration. In commands below I only focus on the MAD part and not complete VSF config.
# Configure MAD VLAN
vlan 123 name MAD-VLAN
#Add untag (only untag supported) port
VLAN 123 untag 1/1 (or ,2/1 etc for multiple members in one config)
# Add VLAN to VSF configuration
vsf vlan-mad 123
That's it if you want to view the config:
show vsf vlan-mad
Hoep this will help you. If you have any questions / remarks let me know!
You're are correct. These switches support IPv4 BGP only. They do support IPv6 but the followinf fu...
You're are correct. These switches support IPv4 BGP only. They do support IPv6 but the followinf functions:
– IPv6 host
enables switch management in an IPv6 network
– Dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6)
transitions IPv4 to IPv6, supporting connectivity for both protocols
– MLD snooping
forwards IPv6 multicast traffic to the appropriate interface
– IPv6 ACL/QoS
supports ACL and QoS for IPv6 traffic
– IPv6 routing
supports static, RIPng, OSPFv3 routing protocols
– 6in4 tunneling
supports encapsulation of IPv6 traffic in IPv4 packets
provides RA guard, DHCPv6 protection, dynamic IPv6 lockdown, and ND snooping
Hope you find this helpfull.
Aruba switches run ArubaOS-Switch (examples: 2930, 5400, 3810) HPE FlexFabric/FlexNetwork switche...
Aruba switches run ArubaOS-Switch (examples: 2930, 5400, 3810)
HPE FlexFabric/FlexNetwork switches run Comware (5130, 5510)
Aruba switches: http://www.arubanetworks.com/products/networking/switches/
Not sure about routers.
Hi, the 2530 switch is an L2 only switch you shoud change it by a 2930F or 3810 that supports L3 fe...
Hi, the 2530 switch is an L2 only switch you shoud change it by a 2930F or 3810 that supports L3 features (PBR, RIP, OSPF, static routing and inter vlan routing).
If you want a ring topology you should configure Spanning Tree but it is hard to maintain and can cause loops.
Hi, yes, 5412zl should do inter-vlan routing just check if the command 'ip routing' is in ...
yes, 5412zl should do inter-vlan routing just check if the command 'ip routing' is in your configuration.
If not you have to enable it and then create some interfaces vlan (L3) that operates as the networks default gateways.
interface vlan 10
ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0
Note: If you enable 'ip routing' you have to erase the 'default gateway' command on the switch
Super! Can you now maybe try the following? interface 23-24 broadcast-limit ...
Can you now maybe try the following?
interface 23-24 broadcast-limit 11 <#percentage you need>
-or- at least try
broadcast-limit 11 <#percentage you need>
This is always hard to anwser since there are a lot of different factors that can be depended on th...
This is always hard to anwser since there are a lot of different factors that can be depended on this. More or less a rule of thumb can be more than 20% is excessive in a network segement.
A high capcity swithing fabric is integrated in the backplane. Therefore it's an active backplane. ...
A high capcity swithing fabric is integrated in the backplane. Therefore it's an active backplane. But the product is designed for redudancy due to fact of dual management and redudant power supplies options. The latency between the ports is also really low. Hope this anwsers your questions. Regards, Dobias