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You will need a 500 MM license to cover all those devices (that's not considering growth of course)...You will need a 500 MM license to cover all those devices (that's not considering growth of course)
All the licenses AP , PEF , RFProtect , WEB-CC and VMC will be installed on the MM except for controller local licenses like PEF-V , if you need license redundancy
Between two controllers for PEF-V you will need to purchase 2 since those are not shared with centralized licensing
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Hey, I believe is possible to run the AP135 and AP305 on the same controller (7030) . Arub...
Hey, I believe is possible to run the AP135 and AP305 on the same controller (7030) .
Aruba 3400 controller will support the latest version of ArubaOS 6.4.x.
The AP135 is showing TBD for the latest supported firmware on the EOL page (http://www.arubanetworks.com/support-services/end-
of-life/) which suggests that 6.5.1 is still valid for the AP135.
The AP305 needs a minimum of ArubaOS 18.104.22.168 to work.
We can see that the AP135 was not in the deprecated list of hardware introduced in 6.5 (this list isn't available for 6.5.1.x)
So I believe AP135 + AP305 + Controller 7030 is the way forward.
Hello, The SDN Controller has to be on a different subnet as the member vlans. There are...
The SDN Controller has to be on a different subnet as the member vlans. There are valid reasons to separate the controller traffic from the data. It is common practice to have a separate control plane and dataplane. This ensures that data plane performance does not interfere with control traffic. In addition, also consider the security risks. Users of that VLAN can access the controller as well because control plane and dataplane are on the same VLAN.
This means that you have to create a VLAN for data traffic and a VLAN for control traffic. From the drawing I can see that you have a class C network, so what you can do is split up the class C. You can use a /30 on the controller VLAN and a /25 on the data VLAN. This means that you will lose 50% of your addressing space. You can potentially solve this by adding IP addresses with /26 /27 /28 /29 /30. You will still lose some IP addresses though for network/broadcast and IP address assignment to the switches of these subnets (lose 28 IP addresses). You also have to consider the additional routing for the added subnets.
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You can either do a clear cache manually under sources > your ad Or decrease the cache value ...You can either do a clear cache manually under sources > your ad
Or decrease the cache value
Noté: be careful decreasing the value because that means that clearpass will contact the AD more often
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This log message indicates that the OCSP certificate validation is not working properly. You should...
This log message indicates that the OCSP certificate validation is not working properly. You should fix this in the OCSP settings in the Onboard CA (so it will add a reachable OCSP URL to the client certificates), or for now create a custom [EAP-TLS] Authentication Method that has an overridden OCSP URL; or switch off OCSP validation. This screenshot shows the OCSP override as an example:
In here you can also disable Verify Certificate, to check that it is indeed the OCSP. The OCSP URL can be found in the CA list.