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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.
And another example for ArubaOS switch in this video: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Video...
And another example for ArubaOS switch in this video:
Alcatel switch manual is here. It doesn't mention special requirements, so returning privilege level 15 and service Shell would be my first try. Then under commands 'Permit unmatched commands'. That is the pretty basic. Some switches require more specific information, like in the video we had to add priv-lvl=15 as a Service attribute to skip the enable prompt; but that is for ArubaOS switches specific.
Hope this helps you in the right direction.
I don't think this is intended to be a high security mechanism; I think it is to provide some prote...
I don't think this is intended to be a high security mechanism; I think it is to provide some protection from totally open guest access. The sponsor does not have to answer if he does not know the user, or does not know the email address of the user.
Yes. The sponsor is usually expecting the guest. There's nothing really you can do about this. Not ...
Yes. The sponsor is usually expecting the guest. There's nothing really you can do about this. Not a technical issue. It's just guest access.
Hey, sorry for the late answer, but I wasn't at the customer since 2 weeks. Yesterday I unchecked...
sorry for the late answer, but I wasn't at the customer since 2 weeks.
Yesterday I unchecked "Convert Broadcast ARP requests to unicast" at the controller.
I think, this solved the problem. We can print now also if the printer is in sleep mode and it wakes up with the magic packet.
Thanks for your replies.
Hi, In report definition we could run report against particular device/client or use folde...
In report definition we could run report against particular device/client or use folder option to run report for a specific AP.
Note: If you are using folder option then , we need to have only single AP in that folder, best option is use device or client filter option to run report against matching devices
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Not that I am aware of. So you can not reprovision the AP from the controller and put it in a...
Not that I am aware of. So you can not reprovision the AP from the controller and put it in a different AP group with a different system profile to a controller you want to move the AP to?
If not then you have to physically console into the device and purge it.