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thanks ,but i just know does the ap 93 can work on Aruba OS 6.4.X? I wan to konw ap 93...
thanks ,but i just know does the ap 93 can work on Aruba OS 6.4.X? I wan to konw ap 93 support The latest os version ?
TBD means "To Be Decided". In the case of ArubaOS 6.4.3, the guide describes AP-93. In the IAPs w...
TBD means "To Be Decided".
In the case of ArubaOS 6.4.3, the guide describes AP-93.
In the IAPs with version 220.127.116.11-4.1, the release note said: "Support for IAP-92/93 is reintroduced in Instant 18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124 and will continue in future 6.4.x.x-4.1.x.x releases."
There are some limitations described in both guides.
You can either do individual apps or entire app categories.
You can create the policies on 3000 and M3 controllers but they will only be enforced on 7200 seri...You can create the policies on 3000 and M3 controllers but they will only
be enforced on 7200 series controllers that are terminating APs. This
allows you to use a 3000 or M3 as a master with 7200 locals.
Any updates on the Netflow support for Aruba OS? Is there a version that has this feature targeted?
Exporing flow records out of Aruba Controllers is a roadmap item. We can take detailed...
Exporing flow records out of Aruba Controllers is a roadmap item. We can take detailed roadmap discussions offline and my contact number is 408 754 8003.
Aruba Product Mgmt.
...things running using an unstable dev server, which isn't ideal, but at least we can start playing with OS...
So.... It looks like the issue is related to the vNetwork Distributed Switch. If we configure the VM with a vNetwork standard switch then we have no problem. We can kill the MM VM by switching it to our infrastructure standard of the vDS, almost immediately kernel panics.
My guess is it's something to do with the driver for the paravirtualised interface. Could also be a VMware bug, but we're not in a position to do any further testing of this.
For now I've got things running using an unstable dev server, which isn't ideal, but at least we can start playing with OS 8, and the issue we've found is nicely reproducable (at least on our servers).
Hey John, You can run the mac os x wireless diagnostic tool to troubleshoot wireless/network...Hey John,
You can run the mac os x wireless diagnostic tool to troubleshoot wireless/network issues in combination with the Controller show datapath session table to see what ports are getting dropped or allowed :
More effectively you can use the controllers capabilities to do a packet capture based on the wireless traffic seen by the Aruba Aps:
...Interface . We do not have a MAC to use but I will try and go from the Aruba APs. Thanks for the ideas...I saw online about hooking up your iPad to a MAC and using Wireshark with the Remote Virtual Interface . We do not have a MAC to use but I will try and go from the Aruba APs. Thanks for the ideas.
presuming your VAP is in tunnel mode, to do a capture from the controller datapath ...
presuming your VAP is in tunnel mode, to do a capture from the controller datapath of a single users traffic, look into the following CLI commands:
packet-capture destination ip-address <ip of pc with wireshark running> packet-capture datapath wifi-client <mac> all (or decrypted)
"all" includes the wifi traffic that is probably going to be encrypted - whether you need that depends on whether your problem is more at the mac layer or not. If you just want the IP traffic of a single client, then use "decryped" instead of "all".
The wireshark pc can be anything that is reachable from the controller, make sure it has it's firewall disabled etc. Perhaps validate on a known working user before capturing on a suspect user. The traffic is encapsulated in GRE and will traverse most networks without any drama.
Don't forget to disable it with "no packet-capture datapath wifi-client" when you are finished.
hope that helps.