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In your guest user role you can configure a reauthentication interval.Set this to 60 minutes. &nbs...
In your guest user role you can configure a reauthentication interval.Set this to 60 minutes.
Re-authentication Interval (optional)
Time, in minutes, after which the client is required to reauthenticate. Enter a value between 0-4096. 0 disables reauthentication.
Default: 0 (disabled)
Hey, the only method I know is to use Putty or similiar to access the CLI and then record the putty...
Hey, the only method I know is to use Putty or similiar to access the CLI and then record the putty session as such to a text file then view offline.
If client drivers later on start preferring or weighting W2 APs, then it will matter, but for now t...
If client drivers later on start preferring or weighting W2 APs, then it will matter, but for now that has not really been seen or been an issue so long as proper design guidelines are followed in terms of coverage, AP power, etc.
I ended up solving this, but I'm not entirely sure where the problem actually was. I did reboot the...
I ended up solving this, but I'm not entirely sure where the problem actually was. I did reboot the local controller to force all the AP's back to the master and I did some CPPM updates, but I THINK the problem may have actually been on the OSX "server".
Either way, it's working...and working is good!
Hi Victor, thank you for your input. Meanwhile the only thing I did is rebooting the 7005...
thank you for your input.
Meanwhile the only thing I did is rebooting the 7005 - and now config is shown like this:
interface gigabitethernet 0/0/3
trusted vlan 1
lacp group 0 mode active
interface port-channel 0
trusted vlan 1
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-4094
(OK, the "switchport mode trunk" for port channel 0 I added just right now).
So why my config does not change reproduceable by
Do I really have to reboot the whole controller?
And I was wondering, too, that after my initial configuration via GUI just eth 0+1 did show "mode: PC-0" - eth 2+3 still were shown as "access".
Even after removing them from PC-0 and rejoining I had to change the state via CLI.
So the question is: is there any newer realease of ArubaOS than mine?
Thanks again - F.One
I cannot confirm that the things are now working as expected because I´m at home now and just connected via VPN.