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If you are to configure the DHCP server on both controllers in the same VLAN they will both respond...
If you are to configure the DHCP server on both controllers in the same VLAN they will both respond to DHCP requests. You are better off using a dedicated DHCP controller to ensure only a single location is offering DHCP.
You need to look in the radius server logs (event viewer) and see why the NPS server is rejecting. ...
You need to look in the radius server logs (event viewer) and see why the NPS server is rejecting. You are probably not allowing authentication to the group Domain Computers, is probably why the NPS server is rejecting the auth. This has to be configured on the NPS server and has nothing to do with the Aruba Controller.
So 650m is supportable with the 277 *IF* a) the RF channel is clean and there's not ...
So 650m is supportable with the 277 *IF*
a) the RF channel is clean and there's not a lot of interference on the resident PtP channel
b) there is good line of sight between the two APs (applies to any PtP though).
Expected throughput should be around ~250Mbps (HT80), 150Mbs (HT40), 100mbps (HT20) for a 277 PtP at 650m.
If you need MORE speed (figure 350Mbps HT80, 200Mbps HT40, and around 100Mbls HT20) *OR* you have a bunch of interference in the area where you need much smaller / narrower antennas to get more RF isolation, the a 274+5314 will be your goal on each end.
The MST200 is an 11n AP (not 11ac) so it will not be as fast, it also is 5Ghz only for mesh, so if ...
The MST200 is an 11n AP (not 11ac) so it will not be as fast, it also is 5Ghz only for mesh, so if you wanted to support an outdoor client SSID, you would need another AP of some kind. Rought throughput is approx 50-90mbps at 650m depending on environment and configuration.
Hey, did the IAP actually accept this configuration? My thoughts are that your client has an I...
Hey, did the IAP actually accept this configuration? My thoughts are that your client has an IP in the 172.16.2.x range but the clients default gateway is 10.10.10.1 which I expect wouldn't work? In Local L2 mode, the DHCP is completed by the IAP but the gateway would be hosted by another device in the same subnet e.g a core switch for the client vlan.
Are the VLAN's defined on 10.10.10.1 as well?
There is no upgrade path to go from M3 6.x to 8.x VMM/7240. You would either first need to migrate ...
There is no upgrade path to go from M3 6.x to 8.x VMM/7240. You would either first need to migrate your 184.108.40.206 M3 to 220.127.116.11 7240, THEN migrate that to VMM, or you would start from scratch, build out your VMM config and add the 7240s to it, then start swinging over APs from the old M3 to the new 18.104.22.168 VMM/7240.
The migration tool only support migration from/to the same hardware.